It is November 2018. I was searching for articles on linux security and came across reproducible builds here :- https://www.privateinternetaccess.com/blog/2018/07/reproducible-builds-solving-an-old-open-source-problem-to-improve-security/ “Inconsistent Compiling Environments Lead to Inconsistent Behavior. different compilers will produce different machine code, even from identical source code. These … Continue reading
HPR is a podcast community for those that want to have a go at podcasting but don’t have the resources or skills to be able to go it alone from the start (although some of the regular contributors do also … Continue reading
Nine people attended during the course of the day, and Linux was discussed in detail. Multiple Linux distributions were on display: Slackware, Debian, Suse, Fedora, Ubuntu, Lubuntu and one of the highlights, Linux Mint running on a quad core Raspberry … Continue reading
Is Linux being helped or hijacked by corporate involvement? AKA has Linux lost its way? Who knows, but here are some thoughts: Linux started as a student project and gathered an enthusiastic band of volunteers …..but look at it now. … Continue reading
Attending: Mike Hull, Mike Hewitt, Ricky and Arthur. Basement update. With the deadline for opening in October getting ever closer, we started work at 10 today and finished at 6. Washing machine and kitchen sink taken out of the area … Continue reading
Attending: Mike Hull, Ricky, Geoff and Ted. Basement update More of the floor is down. In the background, the opening in the wall will become a separate/private entrance for members to get in to the basement space.