1. DUCK challenge: week 3

    Fri 24 July 2015

    One more update on the the DUCK challenge: In the current week, the following packages were fixed and uploaded into unstable:

    So we had 10 packages fixed and uploaded by 8 different uploaders. A big "Thank You" to you!!

    Since the start of this challenge, a total of 35 packages, uploaded by 25 different persons were fixed.

    Here is a quick overview:

    Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4 Week 5 Week 6 Week 7
    # Packages 10 15 10 - - - -
    Total 10 25 35 - - - -

    The list of the fixed and updated packages is availabe here. I will try to update this ~daily. If I missed one of your uploads, please drop me a line.

    There is still lots of time till the end of DebConf15 and the end of the DUCK Challenge, so please get involved.

    Pevious articles are here: Week 1, Week 2.

  2. DUCK challenge: week 2

    Fri 17 July 2015

    Just a litte update on the DUCK challenge: In the last week, the following packages were fixed and uploaded into unstable:

    Last week we had 10 packages uploaded & fixed, the current week resulted in 15 fixed packages.

    So there are currently 25 packages fixed by 20 different uploaders. I really hope i can meet you all at DebConf15!! The list of the fixed and updated packages is availabe here. I will try to update this ~daily. If I missed one of your uploads, please drop me a line.

    A big "Thank You" to you.

    There is still lots of time till the end of DebConf15 and the end of the DUCK Challenge, so please get involved.

    And rememeber:

    debcheckout fails? FIX MORE URLS

  3. DUCK challenge: week 1

    Thu 09 July 2015

    After announcing the DUCK challenge last week the following packages were fixed and uploaded into unstable:

    A big "Thank You" to you.

    The list of the fixed and updated packages is availabe here. I will try to update this ~daily. If I missed one of your uploads, please drop me a line.

    There is still lots of time till the end of DebConf15 and the end of the DUCK Challenge, so please get involved.

  4. DUCK challenge at DebConf15

    Thu 02 July 2015

    New features in DUCK

    Carnivore-* data

    DUCK now uses carnivore-{names,email} tables from UDD, giving a nice list of packages grouped by Maintainer/Uploader names.

    Domain grouping

    A per-domain-listing is now also available here.

    DUCK challenge at DebConf15

    After announcing DUCK in mid-june 2012, the number of source packages with issues is still somewhat stable around 1700. After a recent update of the curl libs, i also managed to get rid of 200 false positives, caused by SSL-verification issues, as can be seen here.

    To speed things up a bit and lower the number of broken links, i hereby propose the following challenge:

    The first 99 persons who fix at least 1 broken URL and upload the fixed package before end of DebConf15 will get an awesome "200 OK" DUCK-branded lighter at DebConf15!

    Lighter Army of Lighters

    The challenge starts right now!

    I will try hard to not forget anyone who fixes packages (note the s , but if you feel missed out, please contact me at DC15.

    Also, please remember that this is not a valid excuse to NMU packages .

    su

  5. Pigs-in-a-mud-pond Cake

    Thu 01 January 2015

    In lack of some New-Years-Charms, this is our attempt at creating something by ourselves:

    Step 1

    Make some pigs (Pigs being a symbol of luck!)

    1

    2 (Closeup, probably NSFW )

    Step 2

    Make some pie. We made a simple, two layeres chocolate pie, topped with some jam to prevent that is all gets very dry. We then made the pond "walls" by sticking KitKat on the side of the pie. We used molten chocolate as "glue".

    3

    Step 3

    Add some more chocolate and add the pigs! 4 5 (Piggy relaxing in liquid chocolate!

    Step 4

    Enjoy! Happy 2015!

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