JanKusanagi @i jankusanagi@identi.ca

Between Jabberia and the Pumpiverse!

Developer of the Dianara pump.io client. Mageia GNU/Linux + KDE Plasma user. I also use Debian GNU/Linux and Archlinux. Jabber/XMPP chatter, Pumper, C/C++/Qt coder. Pump.io User Guide: https://pumpio.readthedocs.org/en/latest/userguide.html Users by language: https://github.com/e14n/pump.io/wiki/Users-by-language Some tips: http://communicationfreedom.wordpress.com/2014/03/17/pump-io-tips/ And if your Pump.io server is identi.ca, check this out: https://identi.ca/jankusanagi/note/IpfiW7kBQYuXt6H7odMzQQ This is a secondary account to jankusanagi@datamost.com, so you should probably follow that one.

  • Mageia 6 Sta2 (aka "Beta") is out!

    2017-03-07T00:36:31Z via Dianara To: Public CC: Followers

    The next step towards Mageia 6 is here, announcing sta2

    Everyone at Mageia is delighted to announce the release of our latest development milestone, our second stabilisation snapshot (sta2). We are now one step closer to the release of Mageia 6! ”



    blog.mageia.org/en/2017/03/06/the-next-step-towards-mageia-6-is-here-announcing-sta2


    \o/



    Downloading+seeding ISOs as we speak =)

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    Claes Wallin (韋嘉誠), Claes Wallin (韋嘉誠), Claes Wallin (韋嘉誠), Freemor and 3 others shared this.

    I don't remember if I asked this before, but why did you choose (Mandrake/Mandriva/)Mageia?

    EVAnaRkISTO at 2017-03-07T10:56:30Z

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    >> EVAnaRkISTO:

    “[...] but why did you choose (Mandrake/Mandriva/)Mageia?”

    Initially, because it was, IMHO, the best GNU distribution for beginners. I was no beginner, but I figured, I should know such a system well, if I was to recommend it and install it to other (newbie) people.


    So I made it my main system, and over a decade has gone by =)


    Nowadays, in its "Mageia incarnation", there's the added bonus of being a community-based distribution. Back in the day it was managed by a community-friendly company, but still a company.


    Since, besides being newbie-friendly and community-based, it works really well, I've had zero reasons to change ;)

    JanKusanagi at 2017-03-07T14:43:29Z

    Claes Wallin (韋嘉誠), EVAnaRkISTO, George Standish likes this.

    Thanks for your answer. I'm gonna share why I chose (open)SUSE:


    I must confess that when I started learning and testing GNU/Linux the main distributions I knew where Red Hat, Mandrake and SuSE (I don't remeber if I knew Debian existed or if it seemed too complicated to install the GUI). I didn't want to depend on an USAmerican distribution, and because of historical rivalry with France I didn't want a french distribution either. So I chose the german distribution: SuSE 7.2.


    It was a pain in the ass to install any program, searching for the rpm for the program I wanted to install, that depended on another package I had to search and install, and so on. I was about to switch back to Windows but I didn't want to hear my colleages mocking at me (I was the "free software advocate" in the company), so I kept with SuSE.


    That experience gave me quite confidence with the distribution and I don't remeber in what version everything seemed easier to me. I still continued testing Mandrake, Red Hat and other distributions (*BSD, for instance) once in a while but SuSE seemed to me the one with more programs preinstalled for the regular user, and it seemed easy for newbies as well.


    There was a moment of uncertainty when Novell acquired SuSE, but when it became a community distribution named openSUSE everything went better and better. That was the moment when I started to recomend to my family and friends to instal openSuSE, and those who accepted are happy with their choice.


    And now with a rolling distribution as openSUSE Tumbleweed I'm more than happy.

    EVAnaRkISTO at 2017-03-07T23:00:36Z

  • KDE and Slimbook Release a Laptop for KDE Fans

    2017-01-26T14:34:18Z via Dianara To: Public CC: Followers

    The KDE community is now co-producing a laptop =)


    “Today KDE is proud to announce the immediate availability of the KDE Slimbook, a KDE-branded laptop that comes pre-installed with Plasma and KDE Applications (running on Linux) and is assured to work with our software as smoothly as possible. ”

    dot.kde.org/2017/01/26/kde-and-slimbook-release-laptop-kde-fans


    http://kde.slimbook.es/



    Here's hoping it's free of proprietary blobs and IntelME too, though that's hard to accomplish.

    Steve Dowe, GNUstav Huarcaya, Mike Linksvayer, James Dearing 🐲 and 4 others likes this.

    Nice! But would RMS approve?

    James Dearing 🐲 at 2017-01-26T16:52:41Z

  • Plasma 5.9 Beta is out!

    2017-01-13T09:43:17Z via Dianara To: Public CC: Followers

    Lots of workspace improvements all over the place, and some old Plasma 4 features making a comeback =)




    dot.kde.org/2017/01/12/kde-plasma-59-beta-kicks-2017-style

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    Oh yes, global menu is back. =)

    coyote (cuenta inactiva) at 2017-01-13T12:48:44Z

    For those of us who use stable distributions, Plasma 5.8.6 LTS is out =)

    JanKusanagi @i at 2017-02-26T16:54:37Z

  • Happy GNU year!!

    2016-12-31T23:51:33Z via Dianara To: Public CC: Followers

    Or almost, depending on where in the marble you are at the moment =)


    Happy 2039!! \o/

    Carol Chen, kenyahhtah, Matteo Bechini, ghostdancer and 8 others likes this.

    >> hammerron:

    “2039 ?”

    Sorry, I meant 2053! =)

    JanKusanagi @i at 2017-01-03T19:20:32Z

  • Dianara v1.3.6 is out =)

    2016-12-17T22:35:48Z via Dianara To: Public CC: Followers

    Hey there, Pumpers! o/


    A new version of my Pump.io client, Dianara, is out!


    It's a rather small release. Main changes are:

    • HTTP redirections will be followed when loading images (Qt 5 only).
    • Duration of popup notifications is now configurable, and notifications can be set to be persistent.
    • Some input fields will show a button to clear them (Qt 5 only).
    • Added Galician translation by @EVAnaRkISTO (thanks!).


    As you can see, a couple of the changes will only be present if you build Dianara with Qt 5.x. You'll need a Qt5-built version of QOAuth for that. Mageia Cauldron (future Mageia 6), the Debian Experimental repository (and soon in Sid, directly) and Archlinux, among others, offer this already.


    As for the future, I'll probably make a small-ish 1.3.7 release still supporting Qt 4, and then jump to a 1.4.0, supporting only Qt 5.x and dropping support for Qt 4.x. That would be around mid-2017, which I think makes sense ;)

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    AUR PKGBUILD still using qoauth-git. Qoauth is now available in Community.

    coyote (cuenta inactiva) at 2016-12-18T00:01:09Z

    Icaro Perseo likes this.

    Ubuntu backports are on hold as I'm trying to figure out if there is still a backports team left. Will advise as there have been too many people standing down lately.


    By the way, I'm looking at tracker and not seeing anything in Experimental yet.

    Stephen Michael Kellat at 2016-12-18T02:34:13Z

    Update now. :)

    cronos at 2016-12-18T12:55:23Z

    Already available in Mageia 6 repos =)


    >> Stephen Michael Kellat:

    “[...] By the way, I'm looking at tracker and not seeing anything in Experimental yet. [...]”

    No, Debian has a qt5 version of qoauth in experimental, but not Dianara. There's ongoing work on this on the VCS though.

    JanKusanagi @i at 2016-12-18T13:25:48Z

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  • Testing Dianara 1.3.6 beta

    2016-12-08T00:17:16Z via Dianara To: Public, EVAnaRkISTO, Bd Sn CC: Followers

    Hi! I'm planning to release Dianara before the end of the month. This will be a small release, with the following improvements:

    • HTTP redirections will be followed when loading images (Qt 5 only).
    • Duration of popup notifications is now configurable, and notifications can be set to be persistent. What making a notification "persistent" means, is up to the desktop environment.
    • Several input fields will show a button to clear them (Qt 5 only).
    • Added full Galician translation by @EVAnaRkISTO. Thanks! =)


    Building with Qt 5.x is the recommended option, if your distribution provides a Qt5-built version of QOAuth. As you can see, a couple of the new things will only be there if Qt 5 is used.

    Mageia 6, Debian Sid+Experimental and Archlinux provide a Qt5-based QOAuth.


    You can clone it with git. See https://gitlab.com/dianara/dianara-dev.

    If you maintain any of the translations, now is a good time to update them. Thanks!


    Testing and feedback is appreciated, as always!

    Cheers! o/

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    having a go at compiling it in qt on FreeBSD

    looks like compiling Dianara succeeded!


    trying an edit of my comment with it now


    Michael at 2016-12-09T00:05:53Z

    >> Michael:

    “it works :-)”

    Great! Thanks for the feedback =)

    JanKusanagi @i at 2016-12-09T00:45:15Z

  • Cierra el refugio para perros de Olescan Odena y necesitan ayuda

    2016-11-27T15:47:43Z via Dianara To: Public CC: Followers

    “El refugio para perros de Olescan Odena, que hacia las recogidas de perros abandonados en Igualada (Barcelona) y otras poblaciones, cierra dentro de aproximadamente un mes por cuestiones burocraticas, y 100 perros se quedan literalmente sin un sitio en el que estar.

    Si alguien quiere un perro o sabe de alguien que lo quiera: www.olescan.org (animales Odena), 683400189, 662289910, 674519233.

    Estamos desesperados.”


    olescan.org/s36/refugio-odena

    Alberto Moshpirit, Alberto Moshpirit, Alberto Moshpirit, Alberto Moshpirit and 1 others shared this.

    La madre que los parió a algunos...
    En fin.

    Suerte!


    Def at 2016-11-27T16:20:10Z

  • Mageia 5 Support Extension and General Update

    2016-11-25T09:44:16Z via Dianara To: Public

    “[...] Since Mageia 6 is being delayed, Mageia 5’s support is automatically extended in order to give users 3 months to upgrade before Mageia 5 stops receiving security updates. ”

     

    “We will also be releasing the Mageia 5.1 ISOs very soon [...] This will allow for new systems to be installed with all the updates that Mageia 5 has received ”

     

    “[...] Mageia 6 has not been forgotten. We had issues with the ISO building server but now that these have been resolved and progress on 5.1 is good, the next milestone release towards Mageia 6 will shortly follow the release of Mageia 5.1. [...] and Cauldron is in a very good shape with many updates and fixes, so we hope that the next milestones (stabilisation snapshot 2, release candidate(s), final) will arrive soon and close to each other. ”



    Full post: blog.mageia.org/en/2016/11/24/mageia-5-support-extension-and-general-update


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    I recently converted one laptop from Linux Mint to Mageia 5. So far, it has been good.

    lnxwalt@microca.st at 2016-11-25T17:29:40Z

  • Dianara v1.3.5 is out!

    2016-10-09T18:10:51Z via Dianara To: Public, XRevan86, Mònica CC: Followers

    It's release time! A new version of my Pump.io client for desktop systems just came out of the oven.

    The most noticeable changes since v1.3.4, as illustrated in the screenshot, are:

    • Items highlighted due to filtering rules will show the reason for highlighting. As visible on the left side of the screenshot, that post was highlighted due to it matching the words “Pump.io” and “Security” in the post contents or title, which I had configured as a filtering rule previously.
    • After downloading an attachment, a button will appear, to open the file using the default program from the user’s desktop environment. So if a post has audio attached, after saving it, an “Open” button will appear (right side of the screenshot), and clicking it will open the file with Amarok, Qmmp, VLC, or whatever your default audio player is =)
    • Added buttons to rotate images in the image viewer. Also via keyboard, with Ctrl+Left and Ctrl+Right, and via context menu. This is mostly for the case of images uploaded upside down, or not taken in the right direction for whatever reason. (Lower part of the screenshot)
    • Some windows that used to block input (modal) to the rest of the program until they were closed, such as posts opened from the Meanwhile feed, will be independent now. You can keep them around for as long as you like, until you close the program.

    Also, building Dianara with Qt 5 is officially supported now (that’s how I’ve been using it for a while). Note that your system will need a Qt 5 build of the QOAuth library, which most GNU/linux distributions don’t provide yet. Mageia 6 does, and so does openSUSE (in a separate repository). This required some changes in the buildsystem. Hopefully it will still build successfully for everyone. If it doesn’t, your QOAuth might be missing a feature file (.prf).

    If your system’s language is German, you’ll also have an updated German translation, thanks to Mightyscoopa, who got the translation up to date again!


    Full blog announcement: jancoding.wordpress.com/2016/10/09/dianara-v1-3-5-released/

    Christopher Allan Webber, Daniel E. Renfer, Krugor, Christophe Schockaert and 8 others likes this.

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    Wow, wonderful work Jan' :)

    Christophe Schockaert at 2016-10-10T21:10:57Z

    Thank you all =)


    I'm already working on making this version obsolete xD

    JanKusanagi @i at 2016-10-12T15:44:37Z

    Christopher Allan Webber likes this.

    We really need to get Dianara packaged in Guix!

    If I wasn't so swamped in ActivityPub stuff I'd give it a spin myself. :)

    Christopher Allan Webber at 2016-10-12T16:18:55Z

    >> Christopher Allan Webber:

    “We really need to get Dianara packaged in Guix!”

    That would be cool! =)

    JanKusanagi @i at 2016-10-12T22:57:33Z

  • Plasma 5.8 (LTS) is out!

    2016-10-04T12:23:24Z via Dianara To: Public CC: Followers

    “Today KDE releases its first Long Term Support edition of its flagship desktop software, Plasma. This marks the point where the developers and designers are happy to recommend Plasma for the widest possible audience be they enterprise or non-techy home users. If you tried a KDE desktop previously and have moved away, now is the time to re-assess, Plasma is simple by default, powerful when needed. ”

    dot.kde.org/2016/10/04/kde-20-plasma-58-lts-out-now-comprehensive-features



    I've been using it since the beta, and it's working really great =)

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  • Call for testing: Dianara 1.3.5 RC

    2016-09-29T15:24:43Z via Dianara To: Public CC: Followers

    I've just tagged the development version of my Pump.io client, Dianara, as "RC", hoping for a final release by the end of next week.


    The most noticeable changes, as illustrated in the screenshot, are:

    • Items highlighted due to filtering rules will show the reason for highlighting. As visible on the left side of the screenshot, that post was highlighted due to it matching the words "Pump.io" and "Security" in the post contents or title, which I had configured as a filtering rule previously.
    • After downloading an attachment, a button will appear, to open the file using the default program from the user's desktop environment. So if a post has audio attached, after saving it, an "Open" button will appear (right side of the screenshot), and clicking it will open the file with Amarok, Qmmp, VLC, or whatever your default audio player is =)
    • Added buttons to rotate images in the image viewer. Also via keyboard, with Ctrl+Left and Ctrl+Right, and via context menu. This is mostly for the case of images uploaded upside down, or not taken in the right direction for whatever reason. (Lower part of the screenshot)
    • Some windows that used to block input (modal) to the rest of the program until they were closed, such as posts opened from the Meanwhile feed, will be independent now. You can keep them around for as long as you like, until you close the program.


    Also, building Dianara with Qt 5 is officially supported now (that's how I've been using it for a while). Note that your system will need a Qt 5 build of the QOAuth library, which most GNU/linux distributions don't provide yet. Mageia 6 does, and so does openSUSE (in a separate repository). This required some changes in the buildsystem. Hopefully it will still build successfully for everyone. If it doesn't, your QOAuth might be missing a feature file (.prf).


    If your system's language is German, you'll also have a full German translation, thanks to @Bd Sn, who got the translation up to date again!


    As always, code is here: gitlab.com/dianara/dianara-dev, and instructions to build can be found in the INSTALL file.


    Testing and feedback would be most appreciated!


    Cheers! o/

    eomer, Jorge likes this.

    >> jankusanagi@identi.ca:

    Great! Congrats :-)

    Manuel - Cuenta abandonada at 2016-09-29T18:43:55Z

    I'm trying to build Dianara with Qt5 for Windows, and practically nobody are brave enought to supply these libraries. and unfortunately, I'm searching to get it and compile it to be used for Windows-based builds using entirely Libre SDK's such MinGW and QT.

    eliotime™ at 2016-09-30T04:04:37Z

    >> eliotime™:

    “I'm trying to build Dianara with Qt5 for Windows [...]”

    Maybe installing Qt Creator could help. I have no idea, I don't have any MSwindows machines.


    I guess not all software is available for MSwindows, like some people like to claim =)

    JanKusanagi @i at 2016-09-30T13:30:37Z

    eliotime™ likes this.

    @JanKusanagi I added QT Creator, but some dependences as QOauth and QCA are not avariable for Windows. I'll try with MinGW-w64.

    eliotime™ at 2016-09-30T22:35:16Z

  • Announcing upcoming Mageia 5.1 ISOs and an update on Mageia 6 progress

    2016-09-17T21:39:55Z via Dianara To: Public CC: Followers

    The development cycle for Mageia 6 has been delayed for several reasons, but now the team has things on track for a release before the end of the year =)


    Due to this delay, they'll be releasing ISOs for Mageia 5.1, a "refreshed" version of Mageia 5 with all updates applied. Also, thanks to the delay, newer versions of key software will be included, like Plasma 5.8 (which is LTS) and Gnome 3.22.


    blog.mageia.org/en/2016/09/17/announcing-upcoming-mageia-5-1-isos-and-an-update-on-mageia-6-progress/


    I've been using this future Mageia 6 for a while now, and it's working great over here.

    Kudos, Mageia team, and thanks! \o/

    Kalaberas, Claes Wallin (韋嘉誠), lnxwalt@microca.st likes this.

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  • Plasma 5.8 beta is here =)

    2016-09-15T21:20:55Z via Dianara To: Public CC: Followers

    “Thursday, 15 September 2016. Today KDE releases a beta of its first Long Term Support edition of its flagship desktop software, Plasma. This marks the point where the developers and designers are happy to recommend Plasma for the widest possible audience be they enterprise or non-techy home users. If you tried a KDE desktop previously and have moved away, now is the time to re-assess, Plasma is simple by default, powerful when needed. ”


    This one will be a Long Term Support version.

    I'm using Plasma 5.7.4 daily, and it's already awesome! I have to say I love it with the Oxygen themes, not with the default Breeze themes... but that's what the amazing configuration possibilities are for. One size can't fit all ;)


    kde.org/announcements/plasma-5.7.95.php

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  • Mageia sticker!

    2016-09-12T17:39:04Z via Dianara To: Public, Laura Arjona CC: Followers

    I've recently acquired a new PC, and as promised, I've used the Mageia sticker @Laura Arjona gave me on it =)


    Thanks Laura!

    Kalaberas, Carol Chen, anxel g, Laura Arjona and 2 others likes this.

  • Now installing Red Hat... 5.2

    2016-09-06T23:15:23Z via Dianara To: Public CC: Followers

    Yes, 5.2. No, not RHEL 5.2... bare "Red Hat Linux 5.2", from 1999.

    The first CD of GNU/linux I ever had, and also, the first one I installed, on a 486 machine.


    Installing it now on a QEmu machine... =)

    Christophe Schockaert, Andrew E, der.hans, Carol Chen and 4 others likes this.

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    red hat 2.1 sep 96. later slackware and now debian. I feel old.

    FLWNQWUD at 2016-09-07T20:30:15Z

    I had CDs for Red Hat 6.x and 7.x ... probably tossed them during my move across the pond (US to Finland). Many other distros later (mainly Ubuntu and its variations) I'm using Fedora now that I've started working for Red Hat :P

    Carol Chen at 2016-09-07T22:56:28Z

    I had a 5.2 CD, but never installed it. I used RH 6.1 through 8.0.

    lnxwalt@microca.st at 2016-09-13T04:25:42Z

    Waaahhh, real memories. I remember my first 6 CDs Linux boxed set with RedHat, Slackware, Mandrake, Suse and Debian, I think the last one was for docs and sources... Back in 1995-1996's ^^

    Christophe Schockaert at 2016-10-09T09:21:03Z

  • Testing Dianara v1.3.5 Alpha...

    2016-09-04T00:31:36Z via Dianara To: Public, Bd Sn CC: Followers

    Hey there, Pumpers! o/


    Today I tagged the development version of my Pump.io client, Dianara, as "alpha", in preparation for the next release by the end of the month.


    The most noticeable changes, as illustrated in the screenshot, are:

    • Items highlighted due to filtering rules will show reason for highlighting. As visible on the left side of the screenshot, that post was highlighted due to it matching the words "Pump.io" and "Security" in the post contents, which I had configured as a filtering rule previously.
    • After downloading an attachment, a button will appear, to open the file using the default program from the user's desktop environment. So if a post has audio attached, after saving it, an "Open" button will appear (right side of the screenshot), and clicking it will open the file with Amarok, Qmmp, VLC, or whatever your default audio player is =)
    • Added buttons to rotate images in the image viewer. Also via keyboard, with Ctrl+Left and Ctrl+Right. This is mostly for the case of images uploaded upside down, or not taken in the right direction for whatever reason. (Lower part of the screenshot)


    Also, building Dianara with Qt 5 is officially supported now. Note that your system will need a Qt 5 build of the QOAuth library, which most GNU/linux distributions still don't provide. Mageia 6 does, and so does openSUSE (in a separate repository).


    If your system's language is German, you'll also have a full German translation, thanks to @Bd Sn, who got the translation up to date again!


    As always, code here: gitlab.com/dianara/dianara-dev, and instructions to build in the INSTALL file.


    Testing and feedback is appreciated =)


    Cheers!

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    \o/ Lo probaré en cuanto termine de personalizar mi Slackware :D

    GNUstav Huarcaya at 2016-09-05T13:59:40Z

    Now "almost RC"... testing and feedback appreciated! =)

    JanKusanagi @i at 2016-09-28T16:43:57Z

  • Pump.io community meeting today at 20:00 UTC

    2016-07-22T14:10:15Z via Dianara To: Laura Arjona, AJ Jordan CC: Public

    As usual, our monthly community meeting will be on the #pump.io channel on the Freenode IRC network, which is also mirrored to the pump.io@muc.jappix.com jabber/XMPP MUC room.


    Agenda at: https://github.com/e14n/pump.io/wiki/Meeting-2016-07-15 (link says 15th because we moved the meeting from last Friday to today).



    You're all welcome to join us there =)

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  • How many mobile phone accounts will be hijacked this summer?

    2016-07-21T20:39:21Z via Dianara To: Public CC: Followers

    “while you are relaxing in the sun, scammers fool your phone company into issuing a replacement SIM card or transferring your mobile number to a new provider and then proceed to use it to take over all your email, social media, Paypal and bank accounts”


    A pretty interesting read, via Planet Jabber:


    https://danielpocock.com/how-many-mobile-phone-accounts-will-be-hijacked-this-summer

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    His previous article nailed it, "A more likely reason why it has become popular amongst some firms is that many lenders want to ensure they have mobile phone numbers to contact customers"

    It would have been good for him to note that Google Authenticator can use shared keys rather than SMS.

    He should watch my online account management presentation :)

    SMS often fails the dead zone test for me.

    der.hans at 2016-07-22T21:05:54Z

  • Latest Dianara (v1.3.4) in Debian 8 (Jessie) Backports!

    2016-07-04T16:59:37Z via Dianara To: Public, Mònica

    Until today, the version of Dianara in the Debian Stable repositories was very old, but no more.

    Now, Jessie users can get the current version from the jessie-backports repo, thanks to @Mònica =)


    https://packages.debian.org/jessie-backports/dianara


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    :-))


    You asked me to do it a long long time ago. Finally I did it!

    Enjoy Debian stability with the newest Dianara!

    Mònica at 2016-07-04T22:20:24Z

    >> Mònica:

    “[...] You asked me to do it a long long time ago. [...]”

    Yes, I did! Thank you so much \o/

    JanKusanagi @i at 2016-07-04T22:23:50Z