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Aujourd'hui 8 nouvelles :

  • GroupWise Resource Archive – January 2018, par Advansys, 7 février 2018

    mercredi 7 février 2018 :: Novell News :: RSS
    The January 2018 release of the free GroupWise Resource Archive, which provides easy research of the NGW Digest email discussions between GroupWise administrators, partners, and consultants, is now available. Use the high speed text search capabilities to discover invaluable...
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    The post GroupWise Resource Archive – January 2018 appeared first on Cool Solutions. Advansys Lire la suite Advansys
  • LXD weekly status #33, par Stéphane Graber, 7 février 2018

    mercredi 7 février 2018 :: Ubuntu - news, usn :: RSS

    Weekly status for the week of the 29th of January to the 5th of February 2018.


    This past week, the entire LXD team was meeting in Brussels to work together for a few days ahead of FOSDEM.
    During those days, we’ve been looking into our short and long term plans, worked together on our upcoming clustering feature, discussed the ongoing work on the new image building tooling and got to debug a number of kernel issues.
    A few friends from Cisco, NVIDIA, Kinvolk, Efficios and Emesa also joined us, spending some time chatting and working with us.
    Over the weekend, we headed to FOSDEM, attending a few talks on the Saturday and catching up with various people there.
    On Sunday we were running the containers devroom which ended up pretty much full all day long with about 400 attendees. We had a good mix of container related talks, covering everything from low level kernel features to much higher level orchestration and management tools. We’ll be publishing a separate post with links to the video recordings as soon as they’re all up.
    As we’re all back home now, we’ll now be focusing on getting the few last pieces of our various 3.0 releases in order before we can start tagging alphas and betas very soon!

    Upcoming conferences and events

    Ongoing projects

    The list below is feature or refactoring work which will span several weeks/months and can’t be tied directly to a single Github issue or pull request.

    Upstream changes

    The items listed below are highlights of the work which happened upstream over the past week and which will be included in the next release.




    • Nothing to report

    Distribution work

    This section is used to track the work done in downstream Linux distributions to ship the latest LXC, LXD and LXCFS as well as work to get various software to work properly inside containers.


    • LXD 2.21-0ubuntu3 was uploaded to Ubuntu 18.04 including a variety of fixes.


    • Added code to include both ZFS 0.6 and 0.7 in the snap, selecting the tools based on the available kernel module version.
    • Moved the LXD database from the versioned path to the common path.
    Lire la suite Stéphane Graber
  • La Cour des comptes valide le recours aux logiciels libres au sein de l'État, par egonnu, 7 février 2018

    mercredi 7 février 2018 :: Nouvelles de l’April :: RSS
    Communiqué de presse, le 7 février 2018. Dans son rapport public annuel 2018, la Cour des comptes valide la stratégie de la DINSIC (Direction interministérielle du numérique et du système d'information et de communication de l'État), notamment sur le recours aux logiciels libres, et émet des (...) Lire la suite egonnu
  • Use AMP to Make Your WordPress Site Load Faster, par Lisa Wang, 7 février 2018

    mercredi 7 février 2018 :: WooThemes :: RSS
    It’s no secret that as a retailer, your mobile strategy has become more and more important to staying competitive. As much as 50% of eCommerce transactions come from mobile today. In the holiday season of 2017, mobile purchases (tablet + smartphone) set a new holiday record, generating 47% of visits and 33% of revenue. Despite […]
    The post Use AMP to Make Your WordPress Site Load Faster appeared first on WooCommerce. Lire la suite Lisa Wang
  • Développeur PHP Fullstack (H/F) en CDI à Labège, 7 février 2018

    mercredi 7 février 2018 :: Remixjobs : emplois linux :: RSS
    Société : France Pari     Lieu : Labège     Type : CDI     Rémunération : En fonction du profil     Posté le : 7 févr. 2018
    Au sein de cette équipe, vous serez en charge d'analyser et de développer des applicatifs Web en PHP, sur différents frameworks tels Phalcon et Zend.

    Le développement de ces projets s'effectuera sous la responsabilité d'un chef de projet, avec l'aide et la formation de nos Lead Developper.

    Chaque projet est géré en méthode agile en appliquant les principes de SCRUM. Vous devrez suivre les bonnes pratiques de l'entreprise avec méthodologie et rigueur, tout en apportant vos idées pour améliorer le travail d'équipe. Lire la suite
  • Dr House en Performance Réseaux & Apps H/F en CDI à Lyon 25000-34000, 7 février 2018

    mercredi 7 février 2018 :: Remixjobs : emplois linux :: RSS
    Société : ISIS Performance     Lieu : Lyon     Type : CDI     Rémunération : 25000-34000     Posté le : 5 févr. 2018
    Après une période de montée en compétence avec nos experts, vous interviendrez en soutien à distance , de quelques clients PME ou Grandes Entreprises pour traiter leurs problèmes de performance réseau grâce à nos outils de monitoring et avec le renfort permanent des experts d'ISIS Performance. 

    La formation aux outils et technologies utilisés est continue et sera particulièrement importante les premiers mois. 
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  • Project for Yuri Z. by bloommark3, 7 février 2018

    mercredi 7 février 2018 :: CMS projects and jobs for freelancer :: RSS
    Hi Yuri Z., I noticed your profile and would like to offer you my project. We can discuss any details over chat. (Budget: $250 USD, Jobs: Adobe Premiere Pro, C# Programming, C++ Programming, CMS, CSS, Hire me) Lire la suite
  • Announcing the Winners of Google Code-in 2017, par Open Source Programs Office, 7 février 2018

    mercredi 7 février 2018 :: Google Open Source Blog :: RSS
    Google Code-in (GCI) 2017 was epic in every regard. It was a very, very busy 7 weeks for everyone - we had 3,555 students from 78 countries completing 16,468 tasks with a record 25 open source organizations!

    Today we are excited to announce the Grand Prize Winners and Finalists with each organization. The 50 Grand Prize Winners completed an impressive 1,739 tasks between them while also helping other students.

    Each of the Grand Prize Winners will be awarded a four day trip to Google’s campus in northern California to meet with Google engineers, meet with one of the mentors they worked with during the contest, and enjoy some fun in the California sun with the other winners. We look forward to meeting these winners in a few months!

    Grand Prize Winners

    The Grand Prize Winners hail from 12 countries, listed by first name alphabetically below:
    Name Organization Country
    Aadi Bajpai CCExtractor India
    Aarnav Bos OpenWISP India
    Abishek V Ashok FOSSASIA India
    Aditya Giri OpenWISP India
    Akshit Dewan XWiki United States
    Albert Wolszon Wikimedia Poland
    Andrew Dassonville coala United States
    Arav Singhal MovingBlocks India
    Arun Pattni XWiki United Kingdom
    Aryaman Agrawal Systers Community India
    Bartłomiej Rasztabiga OpenMRS Poland
    Carol Chen Sugar Labs Canada
    Chandra Catrobat Indonesia
    Chirag Gupta The Mifos Initiative India
    Cynthia Lin Zulip United States
    Erika Tan Systers Community United States
    Eshan Singh MetaBrainz India
    Euan Ong Sugar Labs United Kingdom
    Fawwaz Yusran OpenMRS Indonesia
    Grzegorz Stark Apertium Poland
    Hiếu Lê Haiku Vietnam
    Jake Du LibreHealth United States
    Jatin Luthra JBoss Community India
    Jeff Sieu BRL-CAD Singapore
    Jerry Huang OSGeo United States
    Jonathan Pan Apertium United States
    Jude Birch Catrobat United Kingdom
    Konrad Krawiec Ubuntu Poland
    Mahdi Dolatabadi BRL-CAD Canada
    Marcin Mikołajczak Ubuntu Poland
    Marco Burstein Zulip United States
    Mateusz Grzonka LibreHealth Poland
    Matthew Katz The Mifos Initiative Canada
    Mehant Kammakomati SCoRe India
    Nalin Bhardwaj coala India
    Naveen Rajan FOSSASIA Sri Lanka
    Nikita Volobuiev Wikimedia Ukraine
    Omshi Samal Liquid Galaxy Project India
    Owen Pan Haiku United States
    Padam Chopra SCoRe India
    Palash Taneja CloudCV India
    Pavan Agrawal CloudCV United States
    Sheik Meeran Ashmith Kifah Drupal Mauritius
    Shiyuan Yu CCExtractor China
    Sunveer Singh OSGeo India
    Tanvish Jha Drupal India
    Tarun Ravi Liquid Galaxy Project United States
    Thomas O'Keeffe MovingBlocks United States
    Vriyas Hartama Adesaputra MetaBrainz Indonesia
    Zhao Wei Liew JBoss Community Singapore


    And a big congratulations to our 75 Finalists from 20 countries who will receive a special hoodie to commemorate their achievements in the contest. They are listed alphabetically by organization below:
    Name Organization Name Organization
    Alexander Mamaev Apertium Shamroy Pellew MetaBrainz
    Robin Richtsfeld Apertium Aleksander Wójtowicz MovingBlocks
    Ryan Chi Apertium Jindřich Dítě MovingBlocks
    Caleb Parks BRL-CAD Nicholas Bates MovingBlocks
    Lucas Prieels BRL-CAD Jyothsna Ashok OpenMRS
    Mitesh Gulecha BRL-CAD Matthew Whitaker OpenMRS
    Aditya Rathore Catrobat Tomasz Domagała OpenMRS
    Andreas Lukita Catrobat Alan Zhu OpenWISP
    Martina Hanusova Catrobat Hizkia Felix Winata OpenWISP
    John Chew CCExtractor Vidya Haikal OpenWISP
    Matej Plavevski CCExtractor Ethan Zhao OSGeo
    William CCExtractor Neev Mistry OSGeo
    Adam Štafa CloudCV Shailesh Kadam OSGeo
    Adarsh Kumar CloudCV Emily Ong Hui Qi Sugar Labs
    Naman Sood CloudCV Koh Pi Rong Sugar Labs
    Anu Dookna coala Sanatan Chaudhary Sugar Labs
    Marcos Gómez Bracamonte coala Adhyan Dhull SCoRe
    Wonsang Chung coala Gaurav Pandey SCoRe
    Kartik Goel Drupal Moses Paul SCoRe
    Sagar Khatri Drupal Fidella Widjojo Systers Community
    Tanish Kapur Drupal Valentin Sergeev Systers Community
    Aditya Dutt FOSSASIA Yuyuan Luo Systers Community
    Saarthak Chaturvedi FOSSASIA Janice Kim The Mifos Initiative
    Yash Kumar Verma FOSSASIA Muhammad Rafly Andrianza The Mifos Initiative
    Bach Nguyen Haiku Shivam Kumar Singh The Mifos Initiative
    Đắc Tùng Dương Haiku Daniel Lim Ubuntu
    Xiang Fan Haiku Qazi Omair Ahmed Ubuntu
    Anhai Wang JBoss Community Simran Ubuntu
    Divyansh Kulshreshtha JBoss Community David Siedtmann Wikimedia
    Sachin Rammoorthy JBoss Community Rafid Aslam Wikimedia
    Adrien Zier LibreHealth Yifei He Wikimedia
    Miguel Dinis LibreHealth Akash Chandrasekaran XWiki
    Vishwas Adiga LibreHealth Siddh Raman Pant XWiki
    Shruti Singh Liquid Galaxy Project Srijan Jha XWiki
    Kshitijaa Jaglan Liquid Galaxy Project Freddie Miller Zulip
    Surya Tanwar Liquid Galaxy Project Priyank Patel Zulip
    Enjeck Mbeh Cleopatra MetaBrainz Steven Hans Zulip
    Kartik Ohri MetaBrainz

    GCI is a contest that the Google Open Source team is honored to run every year. We saw immense growth this year, the seventh year of the contest, both in the number of students participating and the number of countries represented by these students. 

    Our 730+ mentors, the heart and soul of GCI, are the reason the contest thrives. Mentors volunteer their time to help these bright students become open source contributors. Mentors spend hundreds of hours during their holiday breaks answering questions, reviewing submitted tasks, and welcoming the students to their communities. GCI would not be possible without their patience and tireless efforts.

    We will post more statistics and fun stories that came from GCI 2017 here on the Google Open Source Blog over the next few months, so please stay tuned!

    Congratulations to our Grand Prize Winners, Finalists, and all of the students who spent the last couple of months learning about and contributing to open source.

    By Stephanie Taylor, Google Open Source
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