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GStreamer 1.12 released

The 1.12 release of the GStreamer multimedia framework is out. It contains many new features and bug fixes. New features include support for Intel’s Media SDK for hardware-accelerated video encoding and decoding, multi-threaded video scaling a… Continue Reading — GStreamer 1.12 released


Limit Increase for IPSet Conditions for AWS WAF

We are announcing today a limit increase to the number of CIDR or IP Address entries customers can have within an IPSet condition in an AWS WAF Rule. We have increased the limit from 1,000 to 10,000 entries per condition. Customers who want even larger… ...


[$] Machine learning for lawyers

Machine learning is a technique that has taken the computing world by storm over the last few years. As Luis Villa discussed in his 2017 Free Software Legal and Licensing Workshop (LLW) talk, there are legal implications that need to be conside… Continue Reading —...


[$] Intel’s zero-day problem

In his talk at FOSDEM 2017, Georg Greve mentioned that every recent Intel CPU contains a second, internal CPU that you cannot audit but which can take over your machine. His contention was that this could be used to do bad things without your c… ...


Java EE 8 – April recap

With a few days delay, here is a short recap of some the April news related to Java EE 8. First an important update regarding Java.net that will be shutdown shortly. All the GlassFish development and most of the Java development is being migrated to GitHub...


SUSE Package Hub officially released!

The following article has been contributed by Wolfgang Engel, Enterprise Build Service Engineer at SUSE.       I’m happy to announce that in April we switched the status of SUSE Package Hub from “beta” to “fully released” on SUSE Customer Center (SCC). SUSE Package Hub...


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