2019-01-31: Upload new upstream release of gnome-shell-extension-remove-dropdown-arrows (11-1) to debian unstable 2019-01-31: Test lastest d-i build with updated buster artwork upload. First time I added official new Debian artwork to d-i, doesn’t look too horrible eh? 2019-02-02: Day 1 of...
New blog entry 'My Debian 10 Buster report' https://jonathancarter.org/2019/07/12/my-debian-10-buster-report
New blog entry: 'Peertube and LBRY' https://jonathancarter.org/2019/06/25/peertube-and-lbry/
100 Papercuts project Debian edition is kicking off in 10 minutes https://bits.debian.org/2019/06/100-papercuts-kickoff.html
Debian Buster release party in Cape Town is happening on release day. BOOM! https://wiki.debian.org/ReleasePartyBuster/South%20Africa/Cape%20Town
Can't wait for this Buster thing to just be released.
New blog post '#debian-meeting revival' https://jonathancarter.org/2019/05/10/debian-meeting-revival/
Free Software Activities for April 2019 https://jonathancarter.org/2019/05/01/free-software-activities-2019-04/
New blog post: "Debian project leader elections 2019" https://jonathancarter.org/2019/04/20/debian-project-leader-elections-2019/
My free software activities log for March: https://jonathancarter.org/2019/03/31/free-software-activities-2019-03/
I'm running for Debian Project Leader: https://jonathancarter.org/2019/03/19/running-for-dpl/
My Free Software Activity Log for February 2019. https://jonathancarter.org/2019/02/03/free-software-activities-2019-02/ #FSAL
Today I learned about this very handy GNU Bash feature:
cat < /dev/tcp/127.0.0.1/22
How do you check if a remote port is reachable when you do not have any of nc, telnet, wget, curl, and the such? This is how you do it!