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SwissPost putting another nail in the coffin of Swiss sovereignty

February 18, 2018
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SwissPost putting another nail in the coffin of Swiss sovereignty

A few people have recently asked me about the SwissID, as SwissPost has just been sending spam emails out to people telling them "Link your Swiss Post user account to SwissID". SwissID is not the only digital identity solution in Switzerland but as it ...

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What is the best online dating site and the best way to use it?

February 14, 2018
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What is the best online dating site and the best way to use it?

Somebody recently shared this with me, this is what happens when you attempt to access Parship, an online dating site, from the anonymous Tor Browser. Experian is basically a private spy agency. Their website boasts about how they can: Know who your ...

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Fair communication requires mutual consent

January 30, 2018
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Fair communication requires mutual consent

I was pleased to read Shirish Agarwal's blog in reply to the blog I posted last week Do the little things matter? Given the militaristic theme used in my own post, I was also somewhat amused to see news this week of the Strava app leaking locations and...

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Do the little things matter?

January 25, 2018
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Do the little things matter?

In a widely shared video, US Admiral McRaven addressing University of Texas at Austin's Class of 2014 chooses to deliver a simple message: make your bed every day. A highlight of this talk is the quote The little things in life matter. If you can't do...

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A step change in managing your calendar, without social media

October 8, 2017
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A step change in managing your calendar, without social media

Have you been to an event recently involving free software or a related topic? How did you find it? Are you organizing an event and don't want to fall into the trap of using Facebook or Meetup or other services that compete for a share of your commun...

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Machine Learning for Hackers with Debian and Ubuntu

March 4, 2016
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Data Science and Machine Learning are hot topics at the moment. Many people are considering how to extend their skills into these areas and many solutions have appeared, including full online degrees, free online courses combined with free software an...

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Machine Learning for Hackers with Debian and Ubuntu

March 4, 2016
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Data Science and Machine Learning are hot topics at the moment. Many people are considering how to extend their skills into these areas and many solutions have appeared, including full online degrees, free online courses combined with free software an...

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Help needed reviewing Ganglia GSoC changes

August 8, 2014
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Help needed reviewing Ganglia GSoC changes

The Ganglia project has been delighted to have Google's support for 5 students in Google Summer of Code 2014. The program officially finishes in ten more days, on 18 August. If you are a user of Ganglia, Nagios, RRDtool or R or just an enthusiastic C ...

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Ganglia welcomes Google Summer of Code students for 2014

May 20, 2014
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Ganglia has been granted funding for five students in the 2014 Google Summer of Code The names of the students chosen for the program were announced on 21 April and the official coding period has started this week. The students are: Project Student Dat...

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Google Summer of Code opportunities in data science and machine learning with Ganglia

February 28, 2014
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Google Summer of Code opportunities in data science and machine learning with Ganglia

As mentioned in my blog on Monday, the Ganglia Project is proud to be part of Google Summer of Code in 2014 The Ganglia team are offering various types of projects and different parts of Ganglia would welcome students with different skills, for example: Component Skills gmond agent C gmond modules C or Python JMXetric Java gmetad and rrdtool for storing time series data C, R Ganglia web interface JavaScript and jQuery Ganglia...

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