Debian 9 "Stretch" is out!!
“After 26 months of development the Debian project is proud to present its new stable version 9 (code name Stretch), which will be supported for the next 5 years thanks to the combined work of the Debian Security team and of the Debian Long Term Support team. ”
Seeding 3 different ISOs now =)
pump.io bugfix release and meeting on Friday!
Hey, pumpiverse! Two awesome things are happening:
First, there's been a new release of pump.io! 2.1.1 is now on npm and GitHub and fixes a regression introduced in 2.0.0 that broke realtime functionality. So that's working again now!
Second, we're having our monthly meeting on Friday, January 20th. It's at 20:00 UTC and everyone is invited. Hope to see you there!
Merry Chrismas - Feliz Navidad
Feliz Navidad. El amor y la buena voluntad van unidos a la lucha por la justicia y la creación de una sociedad que incluya a todos. Cada solsticio, cada día, una oportunidad para ir trabajando en eso. Prohibido rendirse. Bienvenidas #horasdeluz :)
- I dreamt of delivering a Free Software speech in which I invented a joke: "I was home, upgrading my computer to Windows 10," *laughter*
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AS2 hits Candidate Recommendation!
Major props to @Evan Prodromou and James Snell, the two main co-editors on the spec.
This is great news for the fediverse!
Congrats to Boris Bobrov, GNU MediaGoblin co-maintainer!
It's now official, Boris Bobrov (aka breton) is now co-maintainer of GNU MediaGoblin! Join us in extending our congratulations!\o/
Look at your project, all grown up with co-maintainers and stuff! Awesome stuff.
Pump.io 1.0.0 is now available!Greetings, pumpers!
Pump.io 1.0.0 is now available! You can get it from npm or GitHub.
Note that this release does contain security improvements. Admins are strongly encouraged to upgrade.
Curious to find out more? Check out the release announcement!Show all 6 replies
"Why would it not be? =)”
I was watching Alex's talk about the Pump.io network the other day, and he mentioned that Identi.ca is a super special snowflake because it's been modified to read from the old Status.net data store as well as the new Pump.io one, so I figured it might not be a supported configuration.
@Screwtape unfortunately my answer to that particular question was misinformed. Jan is correct - identi.ca is a special snowflake, but that's just because of the sheer size of the database, not because of any custom code. (Maybe I should add a note to the video...)
In any case, identi.ca will, in fact, probably get 1.0.0 at some point :)