More broadly: if I recall correctly, any committer who has been released from mentorship can commit to any of the usual trees.
@thindil here's a more refined (but still, imperfect) list of reports for ports and packages where there's a non-obsolete patch and not yet a human assignee:
If customs and port operations organizations want to enable greater efficiency by deploying AI, there are a few unique challenges they need to overcome.
Here are three keys to successful AI adoption:
"3 keys to transforming customs and port operations with generative AI" - Microsoft Industry Blogs
I sat in a session today with representatives of DP World, CMA CGN, and Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore, talking about port resilience in the face of climate change.
When you run into those people that “don’t believe in climate change,” you can tell them two of the largest shipping companies and the world’s largest transshipment port are already dealing with what they don’t believe in.
Well, I agree these BUF_* functions (renamed to OPENSSL_* in #OpenSSL since 1.1) are stupid and pointless indeed. Still, "nothing uses these anymore" is a rather bold statement. 🤨
Someone else just gave me this idea:
If you work for an outlet or publication that’s pulling together an end-of-year book list, I’d love to get you a review copy of #OilBeach for consideration. Let me know! 🛢️ 🏖️ 📙
Exciting to see this beautiful direct action take place in #Newcastle this weekend. Wish I could have been there in person.
I am loving these Pacific coast #LandBack areas 💚
But I want this for Southern #California too. #OilBeach has a speculative bit about imagining taking the #ports away from commercial & US empire control & asserting tribal & civilian stewardship. It's so impossible to imagine San Pedro Bay as a marine sanctuary but this is why we have to.
"Trade Unions across Six Countries disrupt Arms Trade with Israel"
Workers in Palestine: https://www.workersinpalestine.org/news/trade-unions-across-six-countries-disrupt-arms-trade-with-israel
"Des syndicats de six pays différents perturbent le commerce des armes avec Israël."
Workers in Palestine : https://agencemediapalestine.fr/blog/2023/11/13/des-syndicats-de-six-pays-differents-empechent-les-ventes-darmes-a-israel/
@adufray thanks, I'm sure I'm not the first person to have the idea, probably just the first person to (literally) make an issue of it, in GitHub 🙂
@dvl is a star.
💚 FreshPorts @freshports
<https://www.freshports.org/ports-mgmt/pkg#man> is a good example of a port with numerous manual pages.
Australian Ports Resume Operation After Crippling Cyber Disruption – Source: www.darkreading.com https://ciso2ciso.com/australian-ports-resume-operation-after-crippling-cyber-disruption-source-www-darkreading-com/ #rssfeedpostgeneratorecho #DarkReadingSecurity #CyberSecurityNews #DARKReading #Australian #Ports
Major #Cyberattack Against Shipping Company Paralyzes #Ports across #Australia in #Threat to #Supply Chains; Ports Could Be "Closed for Days", Incident Days after #Optus Outage Left Millions of #Australians without #Phone or #Internet Service: https://independent.co.uk/news/world/australasia/australia-ports-cyber-attack-dp-world-b2445634.html
Friday, #Optus goes AWOL for the better part of the day. Today, #ports in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Fremantle have an attack of the cybers. It’ll look like carelessness if something else happens next week.
Shameful that there's not a peep about this ongoing cyber-security incident across multiple Australian ports on the ABC.
An answer to Daniel's question should have been in the rewrite of frequently asked questions.
I use poudriere,
Note to self: update for 14.0-RELEASE, and review the pkg+http stuff.
I HATE to link to that "X" site but! protesters at the Port of Oakland are trying to block a ship set for Israel 👀 🚢
This is what we mean when we say that ports are chokepoints.
*edited to Nitter link
Alaska is the new California, apparently. (This is not a good thing)
@retronianne in some ways. I use variants of #Linux exclusively elsewhere. Had Apple not undone #Ives stupid on the #MacBook Pto for M1 (#ports, #keyboard, #MagSafe) I was prepared to switch off #macOS. I felt no temptation ever to upgrade to any of the intervening models after 2013… so many issues.
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#anniversary #CruiseIndustry #cruisenews #guests #Passengers #ports #princesscruise #shorts #Singapore #travel #Yokohama #Yokohamadestinations #Yokohamatour #YokohamaTravel #Yokohamatrip #Yokohamavacation #横浜
I guess I'm pleased that this NYT story admits that there is not really a viable path forward for "green" shipping at present? (I've been saying this for a while... the current scale is just not sustainable for a zillion reasons)
https://www.thestar.com/news/gta/port-of-montreal-a-theft-hub-for-toronto-s-stolen-vehicles-shipped-abroad/article_e2049b4a-d9b4-5360-9b5a-b09cd479336a.html There's quite literally thousands of stolen cars every week just easily paaasssssiiinnnggg through #canadian #ports Zero security in ports and zero Fs given by the federal government #canada #news
@garyhtech Hello GaryH, thank you for your videos.
I suggest #crowdsec that works fine for blocking intruders IPs. It strength is all intruders IPs addresses database is shared with crowdsec community, instead of only the local machine (like #Fail2ban and #SSHGuard).
I like Fail2Ban and SSHGuard but Crowdsec seems more powerful for me. Of course, crowdsec is in #FreeBSD #ports and #pkg
My answer (ASAP) is an approximation.
For the base system, I read the published #advisories ASAP. I decide whether I'm affected, and how exposed my different machines are. If necessary, I rebuild base from source and update all machines needing the update ASAP.
For ports, I try to keep an eye on "exposed services" (like e.g. my MTA) for servers and at least browsers for desktops. Actually installing an update can take two or three days because I'm building my own package repository using #poudriere.
"However, she does offer glimpses of sustainable, just futures.
All of them are coalitional and collective, and they entail seeing the Southern #California Bight as a contentious, multiplicative, ongoing site of struggle."
So please @torproject allow people - if you don't want to change the UI for https://bridges.torproject.org - to at least craft requests that allow users to select #IPv4 and/or #IPv6 #Bridges as well as #Transports [regardless inf #vanilla, #meek, #snowflake, #obfs4 or #webtunnel] and #ports [i.e. 443 & 80] are often the only known working ones!
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Some "USB-C power banks might be incompatible with the iPhone 15 series."
"Some users have found that instead of their iPhone 15 drawing power from power banks, it inadvertently charges the battery pack."
"the union has landed in bankruptcy protection as it figures out how to pay a hefty court judgment involving accusations of slowdowns and other labor actions during a 2011 dispute — the same kind of tactics employed during the recent contentious contract negotiation. Labor experts are concerned that a serious precedent is being set" 🤔
#unions #ILWU #shipping #ports #SupplyChain
2/2 I regularly encourage developers (and help to #debug #linux #ports), but I'm not a developer myself, so there's only so much I can do. 🤔️ So it happens from time to time that one of these developers gives up on certain problems (especially in relation with #flatpak #daw setups), which is of course a pity. ️ But it is also clear that these vendors need to keep their efforts limited, since the #linuxaudio market is (still) small.
The 15-member #UNSC voted to authorize a #security mission that would guard critical #infrastructure such as #airports, #ports, #schools, #hospitals & key #traffic intersections & carry out “targeted operations” along w/the Haitian National Police. #Kenya has pledged at least 1,000 security personnel & several other nations are expected to offer other resources.
The Council voted 13 in favor of the resolution, w/ 2 abstentions.
Romania investigates another possible airspace violation by Russia
As Russia was attacking Ukraine’s ports on the #Danube river, air alert sirens were activated in the nearby #Romanian cities of Tulcea and Galati as radar systems detected an unsanctioned object heading towards the latter in Romania’s airspace.
Local residents said that they saw something fall from the sky & heard of low-flying military jets
By Heath Parkes-Hupton
Posted Fri 1 Apr 2022
"The NSW Parliament has passed tough new punishments for protesters the state government says wish to wreak 'economic chaos' on #SydneyAustralia.
"Under legislation that cleared both houses today, people could be fined up to $22,000 and/or jailed for a maximum of two years for #protesting illegally on #PublicRoads, #rail lines, #tunnels, #bridges and #industrial #estates.
"Attorney-General Mark Speakman said the laws applied to activities that 'shut down major economic activity'.
"It comes after a string of demonstrations by #ClimateActivists last month disrupted operations around Sydney's Port Botany, the largest container hub in NSW.
"This morning, four people were arrested after blocking peak-hour traffic on the Princes Highway in Sylvania.
"#FireproofAustralia has claimed responsibility for that incident, which saw traffic blocked by people holding banners across the road."
I meanwhile created a #ports #overlay, for easy testing in different environments, and trying it on my "productive" builder, there were suddenly lots of failures. The "weirdest" one now took me many days to fully understand: For some ports, "stage" seemed to install the files just fine, yet "package" didn't find any files. 🤯
Turns out installing using #Linux tools created the stagedir below /compat/linux instead. Trying to understand why, the answer was "because it could".
The indirect reason was #ccache, forcing #poudriere to do everything as root by default, and for root, /compat/linux is writable. There are still some other fails, maybe also ccache-related, but at least I just committed a workaround (including a warning) for *this* issue:
We looked into the importance of the #Danube #ports (like Reni and Ismail) in a special episode of #TheGlobalJigsaw a few days ago - don't miss it:
Visualisation is coming soon, too
p2k23 Hackathon Report: Jeremy Evans (jeremy@) on Ruby ports cleanup, database progress, and more https://undeadly.org/cgi?action=article;sid=20230910194038 #openbsd #packages #ports #hackathon
Top global #ports may be unusable by 2050 without more climate action, report says
""Of the world’s 3,800 ports, a third are located in a tropical band vulnerable to the most powerful effects of #ClimateChange."
"The ports of #Shanghai, #Houston and #LazaroCardenas (in Mexico), some of the world’s largest, could potentially be inoperable by 2050 with a rise in sea levels of only 40 cm."
Other key ports including #Rotterdam are already under pressure,."
@ramin_hal9001 This commit history doesn't look promising. First the original maintainer abandoned it, later someone else marked it broken.
But talking about reproducible builds, you get that with #poudriere (enabling a few options that avoid surpising sources of inconsistencies) and the #ports tree as well. Poudriere builds every package in a clean #jail that only gets the named dependencies installed. Official #FreeBSD packages are built that way.
I'm going to be talking about the #ports in #LosAngeles / #LongBeach at 3pm Pacific on Saturday, Sept 9 as part of a daylong event: "Delivering the Goods: A Socialist Day School on #Logistics", organized by #DSA-LA:
*Update! Yes, there will be a streaming option. RSVP ⬆️ & drop an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
They're all supported with their original #ports "USES", by some #bmake trickery in my new "USES=linuxsrc", fixing up just the parts that are different when building from/for the Linuxulator (like adjusting dependencies and commands to use the #Linux-native versions).
Ok, no #scons yet, didn't need it so far 🙈
☑️ Metaports "linuxsrc_base" for a minimal base userland and "linuxsrc-devtools" for minimal basic tools needed to build #Linux software (just C and C++ and some common tools)
☑️ Automatic selection of the Linux kernel version based on target FreeBSD version, overridable in DEFAULT_VERSIONS (but checked for compatibility of course)
☑️ A new "USES=linuxsrc" to do all the ugly "plumbing" needed for building Linux software using FreeBSD #ports, offering different configurations.
Guess now I could start adding some optional packages and try to get some *real* Linux application working 😎
So far, looks like officials are not predicting much disruption from the tropical storm at the ports in LA/Long Beach. No mention of impacts on fueling or refining in this, either:
@thindil I'm actually using #LFS as a reference to get around the weirdest issues "bootstrapping" some #GNU toolchain at all. But of course it can't be used as is, LFS expects to be built on some Linux system and even uses #chroot to build some packages, definitely impossible using #FreeBSD #ports.
I certainly don't want two package managers on my system. Plus, a #Linuxulator userland should only install what's *different* from the normal FreeBSD userland, because /compat/linux works as an "overlay".
Trying to create new ports/packages for the Linuxulator userland is cumbersome, first you have to rely on what the repackaged distro offers, second you have to understand the special repackaging magic used.... that's exactly what I *hope* to improve by just building from source. No, I'm not convinced myself yet this is a good idea, I have to try!
One thing I'd really love to try is to come up with a new set of #linux #ports that don't re-package some dist but instead build from source, using some #GNU cross-toolchain (which *can* be bootstrapped on FreeBSD, BTDT when it was once required for #MakeMKV). In a perfect world, this could maybe enable to create slave-ports of existing FreeBSD ports, building them for /compat/linux instead ... 🤔
It does a 3-way compare of /etc (local, old upstream and new upstream) and automatically updates/merges configs, or, as a last resort, marks conflicts.
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A "repost" from (formerly) Twitter, maybe someone on here is interested as well ...
If you're maintaining some #FreeBSD #ports and want to test them on #arm64/#aarch64 (now that it's tier-1 in base), but don't own suitable hardware yourself, you might be annoyed some things don't work with #qemu-user (like, building #rust)
Then, the "always-free" tier in #Oracle cloud could come to the rescue, they offer arm64 VMs! But: What you get from the template is some -RELEASE on #UFS, for testing ports you will need -CURRENT on #ZFS!
Therefore, I wrote a little article how to get there. It's as brief as it can get, certainly doesn't explain every single command, you're expected to know FreeBSD, ZFS and poudriere. Hope it helps someone 😉
I am also a member of the Standing Senate Committee on Transportation and Communications. So I care about transportation policy - whether we're talking about #trains #ports #airports #airtravel #ferries #PassengerRail #highspeedrail #SupplyChain etc. I post about such things - and I'm eager to connect with experts - and with those who are just passionate about transportation policy. (Also? Love trains.) #introduction #SenateofCanada #Canada #TRCM But that's not all!
"Oil Beach is a remarkable example of how #STS (science & technology studies) can engage with what is wondrous about the world while offering rigorous sociopolitical critique. The #Ports of #LosAngeles and #LongBeach are a global nexus for #oil production and trade. Christina Dunbar-Hester employs the concept of infrastructural vitalism to explore how LA port and shipping infrastructure is constructed as +
#UNIX #BSD #MULTICS #1BSD #2BSD #42BSD #43BSD #386BSD #ipfw #FreeBSDCon #BSDCON #ports #jails #FreeBSDFoundation #kqueue #EuroBSDCon #CoreTeam #AsiaBSDCon #BSDCAN #pf #OpenBSD #ZFS #DTrace #VNET #Capsicum #Cheri #Poudriere #clang #llvm #subversion #OpenZFS #git
Is there a meaningful difference between the USB-B plugs that have the little boxy part on top and the ones that don't?
My monitor came with a "USB 3.0 upstream cable" that has the boxy part. But it has vanished. So I used one that didn't (an old printer cable) to connect it to a usb port on my computer, and it seems to be making the usb hub on my monitor operational for peripherals, including hard drives.
But is there a secret bad to this?
Had a nice conversation with Matt Haugen about my new book #OilBeach in his newsletter, Terrain, “exploring political ecology, planetary crises, and what is to be done”
(sorry about my face, haha!)
“Conservation’s entanglement with industry means that “disaster” scenarios are part of normal operations, rather than anomalies.”
I thought this little essay was going to be out sooner, but here it is! https://www.zocalopublicsquare.org/2023/04/12/environmental-conservation-southern-california/ideas/essay/
West coast #ILWU workers are withholding labor from the #ports for the second day in a row; they've been working without a contract since June 2022, which is part of why more #cargo has been flowing to the east coast:
The #ports were sited in San Pedro Bay before #oil was "discovered" locally, but the wealth that oil extraction & trade generated allowed capitalists to (literally) cement San Pedro Bay as an important node in global #trade, pouring oil profits into building up the ports.
I'd argue you can see both refinery & exhaust outputs in the red glow of the moonrise here.
View is from Port of LA looking east #LosAngeles
Piece from @labornotes "Labor Power and Strategy Pushes Organizers to Think Seriously About Chokepoints"
(One of the reasons I was motivated to write a book about the #ports of #LosAngeles and #LongBeach is that the port complex there is a hugely important chokepoint in US goods movement (and petroleum movement). As a potent source of harm, it invites reimagining as a space of liberation. Not that this is easy!)
🛢️ 🦑 📦️ “We should be planning for a future where the success of the ports and the region is not measured by year-over-year growth in goods movement. Indeed, a more livable future in this region might see the #ports planning for fewer ships and fewer goods, handled more slowly and accompanied by good jobs in cleaner #energy, environmental stewardship and #remediation of contaminated sites”
I can now reveal that the reason for this thread is I have an op ed in the LA Times! 📉 🚢
It argues that shipping & freight movement need cleaner fuel but that in addition, we should not consider year-over-year growth as a measure of "success". Given that LA-Long Beach is the biggest container #port in the Western hemisphere, choices here matter quite a bit.
👀 🚢 "Labor unrest took an unusually heavy toll on ports around the world last year, and the outlook for continued economic instability could bring even more upheaval to global supply chains in 2023"
#Labour #Labor #SupplyChain #Ports #Shipping
"Each day, more than 1M #truck trips out of these warehouses cloud the air with 1,450lbs of toxic diesel particulate #pollution and 164,000lbs of nitrogen oxide pollution, which are linked to health problems including respiratory conditions... The new warehouses radiate out from two of the busiest US #ports in #LosAngeles & #LongBeach, along a network of #highways and #rail lines" #California 1/2 https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2022/dec/29/e-commerce-warehouses-amazon-ups-fedex-california-pollution