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Posted 4 months ago by David Abbott
LinuxTag 2013 runs from May 22nd to May 25th in Berlin, Germany. With more
than 10,000 visitors last year, it is one of the biggest Linux and open
source events in Europe.

You will find the Gentoo booth at Hall 7.1c, Booth ... [More] 179. Come and visit
us! You will meet many of our developers and users, talk with us, plus get some
of the Gentoo merchandise you have always wanted. [Less]
Posted 4 months ago by Robin H. Johnson
Imagination
Technologies has donated two MIPS64-based Ubiquiti ERLite-3 routers,
plus resources to aid Gentoo in providing up-to-date root file system builds
for MIPS.

Imagination Technologies
is a global leader in ... [More] multimedia, processor and communication technologies. The
company creates and licenses market-leading IP solutions for graphics, video
and vision, CPU/general purpose processing, multi-standard communications and
connectivity, and cross-platform voice and video communications. Imagination's
MIPS CPU cores and architectures range from solutions for ultra low-power
32-bit microcontrollers to high-performance 32/64-bit advanced applications and
network processing. MIPS is supported by a broad ecosystem of tools and
software including open source Linux distributions like Gentoo. [Less]
Posted 4 months ago by Markos Chandras
The November 2013 GMN issue is now available online. This month on GMN:

Interview with Richard Freeman. A Gentoo developer, Council and Trustees
member.Gentoo as a development environment for newcomers.Overall Gentoo activity status with bugzilla, portage and developer
statistics.
Posted 4 months ago by Markos Chandras
The December 2013 GMN issue is now available online.
This month on GMN:

Interview with Sergey Popov. A Gentoo developer and the team leader of
Qt, proxy-maintainers and desktop-effects teams.Overall Gentoo activity status with bugzilla, portage and developer
statistics.
Posted 4 months ago by David Abbott
The
January 2014 GMN issue is now available online.

This month on GMN:

Meet up with Gentoo developers and users at this years FOSDEM'14 event.Give back by helping the proxy-maintainers
project.Latest Gentoo news, job openings, interesting stats and much more.
Posted 4 months ago by David Abbott
The
February 2014 GMN issue is now available online.

This month on GMN:

Interview with Gentoo developer Sven Vermeulen (swift)Latest Gentoo news, job openings, interesting stats and much more.
Posted 4 months ago by David Abbott
The
March 2014 GMN issue is now available online.

This month on GMN:

Interview with Gentoo developer Tom Wijsman (TomWij)Tracking the history of Gentoo: Gentoo GalaxyLatest Gentoo news, tips, interesting stats and much more.
Posted 4 months ago by Alex Legler
Recent versions of OpenSSL were found to be affected by an information disclosure
vulnerability related to TLS heartbeats, nicknamed Heartbleed. It allows attackers
to read up to 64kb of random server memory, possibly including passwords ... [More] , session
IDs or even private keys.

After the public disclosure on April 7, we have confirmed that several services
provided by Gentoo Infrastructure were vulnerable as well.
We have immediately updated the affected software, recreated private keys, reissued
certificates, and invalidated all running user sessions. Despite these measures, we
cannot exclude the possibility of attackers exploiting the issue during the time it
was not publicly known to gain access to credentials or session IDs of our users.
There are currently no indications this has happened.

However, to be safe, we are asking you to reset your passwords used for Gentoo
services within the next 7 days.
You need to take action if you have an account on one of the following sites:

blogs.gentoo.orgbugs.gentoo.orgforums.gentoo.orgwiki.gentoo.org
After 7 days, we will be removing all passwords to avoid abuse.
For more information and the full announcement, visit
http://infra-status.gentoo.org/notice/20140413-heartbleed. [Less]
Posted 4 months ago by Markos Chandras
The May 2014 GMN issue is now available online.

This month on GMN:

Interview with Gentoo developer Brian Dolbec (dol-sen)Samba 4, sys-power/upower updates, infrastructure hosting needsLatest Gentoo news, tips, interesting stats and much more.
Posted 4 months ago by likewhoa
FigureĀ 1.1: Iron Penguin

Gentoo Linux is proud to announce the availability of a new LiveDVD to
celebrate the continued collaboration between Gentoo users and developers,
The LiveDVD features a superb list of packages, some of which ... [More] are listed below.

A special thanks to the Gentoo
Infrastructure Team and
likewhoa. Their hard work behind the scenes provide the resources,
services and technology necessary to support the Gentoo Linux project.

Packages included in this release: Linux Kernel 3.15.6, Xorg 1.16.0,
KDE 4.13.3, Gnome 3.12.2, XFCE 4.10, Fluxbox 1.3.5, LXQT Desktop 0.7.0,
i3 Desktop 2.8, Firefox 31.0, LibreOffice 4.2.5.2, Gimp 2.8.10-r1,
Blender 2.71-r1, Amarok 2.8.0-r2, Chromium 37.0.2062.35 and much more ...

If you want to see if your package is included we have generated both the
x86 package
list, and amd64 package
list.
The FAQ is located at FAQ. DVD cases and
covers for the 20140826 release are located at
Artwork.
Persistence mode is back in the 20140826 release!.

The LiveDVD is available in two flavors: a hybrid x86/x86_64 version, and
an x86_64 multi lib version. The livedvd-x86-amd64-32ul-20140826 version
will work on 32-bit x86 or 64-bit x86_64. If your CPU architecture is x86, then
boot with the default gentoo kernel. If your arch is amd64, boot with the
gentoo64 kernel. This means you can boot a 64-bit kernel and install a
customized 64-bit user land while using the provided 32-bit user land. The
livedvd-amd64-multilib-20140826 version is for x86_64 only.

If you are ready to check it out, let our bouncer direct you to the closest
x86
image or amd64
image file.

If you need support or have any questions, please visit the discussion thread
on our forum.

Thank you for your continued support,
Gentoo Linux Developers,
the Gentoo Foundation, and the
Gentoo-Ten Project. [Less]