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 and FSF Latin America board member. LibrePlanet São Paulo activist. 0G foreseer. Maintainer of GNU Linux-libre, and co-maintainer of the GNU Compiler Collection, GNU binutils and GNU libc. GNU tools engineer at AdaCore.
- #GNU #Linux-libre 5.8.8-gnu, 5.4.64-gnu, 4.19.144-gnu, and 4.14.197-gnu sources and #Freesh .debs are now available#Freed-ora 5.8.6-gnu rpms for f32 are in stable updates; 5.8.7-gnu rpms for f32 and f33, and 5.8.6-gnu ones for f31 are in testing
- #GNU #Linux-libre 5.8.4-gnu, 5.7.18-gnu, 5.4.61-gnu, 4.19.142-gnu, 4.14.195-gnu, 4.9.234-gnu, and 4.4.234-gnu sources are now available
#Freed-ora 5.7.17-gnu rpms for f32 are now available as stable updates; those for f31 remain in testing
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- #GNU #Linux-libre 5.8.3-gnu, 5.7.17-gnu, 5.4.60-gnu, 4.19.141-gnu, 4.14.194-gnu, 4.9.233-gnu, and 4.4.233-gnu sources are now available in git; tarballs and patches will not be done before I fall asleep, hopefully they will when jxself pushes #Freesh .debs
- .oO accessing some cloudflare sites from anti-surveillance networks like Tor, I'm often asked to pass an infinite sequence of CAPTCHAs (Completely Automated Public Turing Test to Tell Computers and Humans Apart)
does that qualify as a Tor-Turing test?
- .oO compiler writer's guide to interpret COVID-19 test results:
positive: > 19
inconclusive: == 19
negative: < 19 && >= INT_MIN + 19
false positive: < INT_MIN + 19 /* sets overflow flag */false negative: COVID is NaN (presumably non-signaling)#nerdhumor
- .oO new war story blog post: phantom breakin
- #GNU #Linux-libre 5.8.2-gnu, 5.7.16-gnu, 5.4.59-gnu, and 4.19.140-gnu sources and updated cleaning-up scripts are now available from the git repo
#Freed-ora 5.7.15-gnu rpms for f31 and f32 are now in stable updates; 5.8.1-gnu ones for f33 are in -detesting