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2011 Jul 11
2
Congratulations to the Centos Team for the hard work on Centos 6
I just wanted to say Congratulations and thank you to the Centos Team for all of the work on Centos 6 - I know the last few months have not been easy - but the real benefit will be that Centos 6 will be as good and as stable as Centos 5 has been for me and everyone who has been using it for the past 4 years. It has never a matter of just getting it done - but getting it done right. Thank You
2010 Jun 09
0
[LLVMdev] Congratulations: First-Time SIGPLAN Award to Apple's Chris Lattner for Developing Popular LLVM Infrastructure with Applications in Commercial, Research, Teaching, and Open Source Projects
My congratulations to Chris as well! For those who don't follow the ACM world much, SIGPLAN is the primary research organization for PL and Compilers, and I expect this award to become one of the most prestigious awards in the field. It's quite a coup for Chris and for LLVM to have won it, and moreover to win it in the first year of the award. And it's remarkable that it has
2010 Jun 08
3
[LLVMdev] Congratulations: First-Time SIGPLAN Award to Apple's Chris Lattner for Developing Popular LLVM Infrastructure with Applications in Commercial, Research, Teaching, and Open Source Projects
First-Time SIGPLAN Award to Apple's Chris Lattner for Developing Popular LLVM Infrastructure with Applications in Commercial, Research, Teaching, and Open Source Projects From the press release: June 7, 2010 – The ACM Special Interest Group on Programming Languages (SIGPLAN) today presents its first-ever Programming Languages Software Award to Chris Lattner of Apple Inc. for his design
2000 Feb 29
1
Congratulations on the release of 1.0.0
I see Peter has just announced the release of 1.0.0, on time, even here in Australia, in accordance with a timetable privately announced about 6 months ago. At that time it seemed optimistic to put it mildly. I am not a member of the core team, but as an ordinary user of R with a more privileged inside view than most I'd like to offer my personal congratulations and thanks. This is the
2006 May 26
1
Congratulations to CentOS f@h team
Congratulations to all active members of the CentOS Folding at home team for breaking through the 500 barrier for team rankings. Well done all. But we still need more members for work unit crunching and more machines too. Further information can be found at http://www.sharons.org.uk/cf.html, along with information about the use of munin and foldingathome. Sharon. -- 17:00:06 up
2009 Sep 01
0
Congratulations to Kamailio - Infoworld Best of Open Source Awards
Friends, I would like to congratulate kamailio.org - a project we're cooperating a lot with. They have just been awarded the BOSSIE award by InfoWorld. Kamailio is the OpenSER SIP proxy project with a new name, a product widely used in Asterisk installations. And of course, the motivation mentions Asterisk :-) From InfoWo...
2007 Apr 13
53
v1.0.0 released
http://dovecot.org/releases/dovecot-1.0.0.tar.gz http://dovecot.org/releases/dovecot-1.0.0.tar.gz.sig It took almost 5 years, but it's finally ready. I'm not expecting to release v1.0.1 anytime soon, unless someone's been sitting on a major bug just waiting for v1.0 to be released. :) People wanting new features should start testing the upcoming v1.1.
2007 Apr 13
53
v1.0.0 released
http://dovecot.org/releases/dovecot-1.0.0.tar.gz http://dovecot.org/releases/dovecot-1.0.0.tar.gz.sig It took almost 5 years, but it's finally ready. I'm not expecting to release v1.0.1 anytime soon, unless someone's been sitting on a major bug just waiting for v1.0 to be released. :) People wanting new features should start testing the upcoming v1.1.
2002 Jul 19
2
Congratulations to 1.0, cheers! :)
Not much more to say, thanks a lot to all developers for your hard work! I have no chance to reach vorbis.com (CVS works, slowly ;) ), I take that as a very good and promising sign. <p>Moritz --- >8 ---- List archives: http://www.xiph.org/archives/ Ogg project homepage: http://www.xiph.org/ogg/ To unsubscribe from this list, send a message to
2009 Apr 07
1
Re: congratulation.
Wine couldn't win a less appropiate award than this one.
2006 Mar 17
1
Congratulations!Both Rails book and framework win Jolt Award
http://www.sdmagazine.com/jolts/2006index.html BOOKS TECHNICAL Jolt Winner: Agile Web Development with Rails by Dave Thomas, David Hansson, Leon Breedt and Mike Clark (Pragmatic Bookshelf) Productivity Winners: ? Framework Design Guidelines: Conventions, Idioms, and Patterns for Reusable .NET Libraries by Krzysztof Cwalina and Brad Abrams (Addison-Wesley) ? Practical Common
2015 Mar 23
0
[CentOS-devel] Congratulations for selection in GSOC-2015
Hi all, do you have a process in mind for selecting GSoC applicants? Regards Lars > On 10 Mar 2015, at 23:28, Karsten Wade <kwade at redhat.com> wrote: > > -----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- > Hash: SHA1 > > On 03/10/2015 05:32 AM, Karanbir Singh wrote: >> Hi, >> >> On 03/09/2015 10:22 PM, Karsten Wade wrote: >>> KB:
2001 Nov 23
1
congratulations :)
..on inclusion in an "official" kernel release. (Well, two if you count 2.5.0 :) Your work is much appreciated. Btw, was the fsync bug fixed in -pre8 potentially a dangerous one?
2011 Jul 31
1
Congratulations!
I've been using Wine ever since I first installed Ubuntu, and it used to be really laggy with almost no programs running well. I can truthfully say, however, that the newest version is absolutely fantastic and I've had almost no issues with it! Keep it up, Wine. Anyone else notice this?
2004 Aug 14
0
congratulations
Hello lartc, Seems in 2.6.8 added option in kernel configuration - to choose clock source (jiffies, gettimeofday, or cpu), on my opinion VERY useable option. Seems Stef Coene can update FAQ on his website ;) -- Best regards, Denis mailto:nuclearcat@nuclearcat.com _______________________________________________ LARTC mailing list / LARTC@mailman.ds9a.nl
2013 Oct 17
0
Gluster Community Congratulates OpenStack Developers on Havana Release
The Gluster Community would like to congratulate the OpenStack Foundation and developers on the Havana release. With performance-boosting enhancements for OpenStack Block Storage (Cinder), Compute (Nova) and Image Service (Glance), as well as a native template language for OpenStack Orchestration (Heat), the OpenStack Havana release points the wa...
2017 Jan 13
9
Dovecot source code audit
Mozilla sponsored source code audit for Dovecot. So thanks to them we have our first public code audit: https://wiki.mozilla.org/MOSS/Secure_Open_Source/Completed#dovecot Dates: October 2016 - January 2017 dovecot is a POP and IMAP mailserver; it is used in 68% of IMAP server deployments worldwide. The audit was performed by Cure53. The team found the following problems: ?
2018 May 11
4
LLVM Social - Beijing: May 19th, 2018
Hi, The first (maybe) LLVM social in Beijing will happen on May 19th, 2018. Everyone interested in LLVM related projects is invited to join. Event details is at https://github.com/hellollvm/website/blob/master/README.md Presentations are welcome :-) Looking forward to meet you ! -- Best wishes, Wei Wu (吴伟)
2006 Aug 04
9
Mongril or Lighthttttp? Yes
I was writing my blob at http://railsblob.blogspot.com/ which is for new people who are new to Rubby and I was learning if Mongril or Lighthttttp? or Web Rick is better for me. Have you any advice. Thanks? Rails Blobber -- Posted via http://www.ruby-forum.com/.
2009 Feb 06
14
I've moved to US
I thought about saying this in v1.2.beta1 release annoouncement, but looks like it'll take a few more days. So I've moved to Blacksburg, Virginia and I'm now working for Mailtrust the rest of this year. Here's some talk about it: http://mailtrust.com/blog (A bit stupid looking picture, but then again all my pictures seem to be that way so I didn't bother getting a