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Migrating a SourceForge project from Subversion to Git

Many projects are now contemplating the move from Subversion to a more modern, distributed version control system (VCS) such as Git or Mercurial.

Until recently, the default strategy was to take the whole source repository from the SourceForge site and import it into the rival GitHub site.

dynalogin presentation at FOSDEM 2011 in Brussels

The annual FOSDEM conference takes place 5-6 February 2011 in Brussels, Belgium

The security devroom features a one-hour session, run by myself, on the dynalogin two-factor authentication framework.

This is an excellent opportunity for

Scalable and convenient Ganglia Nagios integration

Is simplicity a priority for you in network design? Would you prefer to have a single, lightweight monitoring agent that can provide both performance and availability metrics, while guaranteeing the minimum impact on the hosts being monitored?

Nagios is phenomenally popular for network state monitoring, while Ganglia has become the go-to solution for performance monitoring (using the legendary rrdtool to store and graph metrics).

SIP or Jabber?

Three open protocols (SIP, Jabber/XMPP and H.323) have been fighting it out to become the Internet equivalent of a phone call. What does this mean for you?

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