Alexandre Oliva firstname.lastname@example.org
Campinas, SP, Brazil
Free Software Evangelist. GNU speaker. Recipient of FSF's 2016 Award for the Advancement of Free Software. FSF Latin America board member. LibrePlanet São Paulo activist. Maintainer of GNU Linux-libre, and co-maintainer of the GNU Compiler Collection, GNU binutils and GNU libc. GNU tools engineer at Red Hat Brasil.
- .oO this weekend, don't you miss #LibrePlanet if you have a chance to be there, or to watch its sessions remotely. it's the most amazing conference, run by the #FSF. I couldn't make it this year, but last year was amazing and I plan to be there next year
- .oO a contrariedade de Gilmar Mendes me dá medo de que, para julgar o Habeas Corpus de Lula, tenha rolado um acordo com supremo, com tudo, pra "votarem" de acordo com o entendimento de 2016, sem revisitar o mérito como exigiriam as ADCs pendentes
- #GNU #Linux-libre #Freesh 4.15.10-gnu and 4.14.27-gnu .debs for amd64 and i686 are now available (thanks @jxself!)
Jason Self shared this.that is true. I'm just not used to, though. probably because I often publish such announcements at different times: it isn't usually the case that I promote Freed-ora packages around just as a new source release comes out and Freesh isn't ready yet and Freeloong packages go through testing ;-)
but then, I also publish the same announcements in other networks that prefer shorter notes. should I consolidate them here when I'm publishing them at about the same time? does it matter?