Among a variety of deliberations concerning the security and transparency of a little Kolab thing running anywhere — at home, rented space or hybrid cloud — this post is about the transparency of the hardware layer, and our ongoing efforts to make that so. We have said what, why and how on LWN, at events… Continue reading Kolab for Open Power
Aside from other anti-spam measures, we have applied a concept known as grey listing. Here’s a summary of how grey listing works: When an email delivery attempt is made, we know the sending server’s IP address, the sender address, and the recipient address. If this is a previously unseen combination of facts, the delivery attempt… Continue reading Kolab Now: Grey Listing Applied
Using Pagure and COPR, Tim Flink and I have settled on using common infrastructure to further the inclusion of Phabricator in to the Fedora repositories (and EPEL). I’m hoping this will bear fruit and get more people on board. Our Pagure repository is at Phab Phour Phedora — a mix of Fabuluous Four, Phabricator for… Continue reading Phabricator Packages for EPEL, Fedora
This is an announcement I just know you’re going to want to read: Kolab 16.1 will become available for the following platforms, with more details to come soon; Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 and CentOS 7, Debian Jessie (8) This week, I’ll be working to make Kolab:16 for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 (Maipo) the… Continue reading Kolab 16.1: What’s on the Horizon
Many distributions, among which Fedora in 23 & 24, and Arch Linux, have recently shipped NSS 3.27, sometimes packaged as 3.27.0, or even 3.27.1. This release may just have triggered some confusion about disabling, enabling, and defaulting to or not, the NSS implementation of TLS version 1.3 (currently in draft). Fun! We’ve received reports from… Continue reading Heads-up on NSS 3.27, Guam
One of them taster workstations at our beer-and-food-and-freedom taster in Vienna is just simply going to be the greatest experience you’ll have ever had.
The reason is not the Fedora LiveCD I composed from a tweaked and tuned, running workstation. The reason is not that we run these off of an up-to-date “Install to hard-drive”. The reason is I stole it, and are going to let my wife create that all-important feedback cycle over the weekend.
Grab your free tickets now, and we may have beers on Wednesday the 22nd of June, in beautiful Vienna/Wien, discussing precisely how awesome this is.
If you work with Phabricator, by engaging with Kolab (for example), you may be interested to know about our Infrastructure and Tools repositories. These contain Phabricator’s stable branches for Phabricator itself, arcanist and libphutil. The reason I mention this is because the client (your workstation) needs arcanist and libphutil to be as outdated or as… Continue reading Phabricator RPMs for RHEL, Fedora