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jSMPP project update, 2.1.1 and 2.2.1 releases

The jSMPP project on Github stopped processing pull requests over a year ago and appeared to be needing some help.

I've recently started hosting it under https://github.com/opentelecoms-org/jsmpp and tried to merge some of the backlog of pull requests myself.

There have been new releases:

Storage controllers for small Linux NFS networks

While contemplating the disk capacity upgrade for my Microserver at home, I've also been thinking about adding a proper storage controller.

Currently I just use the built-in controller in the Microserver. It is an AMD SB820M SATA controller. It is a bottleneck for the SSD IOPS.

Disk expansion

A persistent problem that I encounter with hard disks is the capacity limit. If only hard disks could expand like the Tardis.

Silent data loss exposed

I was moving a large number of image files around and decided to compare checksums after putting them in their new home.

Ouf of several thousand files, about 80GB of data, I found that seventeen of them had a checksum mismatch.

Running md5sum manually on each of those was showing a correct checksum, well, up until the sixth file and then I found this:

Lumicall: big steps forward, help needed

I've recently made more updates to Lumicall, the free, open source and secure alternative to Viber and Skype.

Free and open WebRTC for the Fedora Community

In January 2014, we launched the rtc.debian.org service for the Debian community. An equivalent service has been in testing for the Fedora community at FedRTC.org.

Some key points about the Fedora service:

PostBooks 4.7 packages available, xTupleCon 2014 award

I recently updated the PostBooks packages in Debian and Ubuntu to version 4.7. This is the version that was released in Ubuntu 14.10 (Utopic Unicorn) and is part of the upcoming Debian 8 (jessie) release.

Positive results from Outreach Program for Women

In 2013, Debian participated in both rounds of the GNOME Outreach Program for Women (OPW). The first round was run in conjunction with GSoC and the second round was a standalone program.

reSIProcate migration from SVN to Git completed

This week, the reSIProcate project completed the move from SVN to Git.

With many people using the SIP stack in both open source and commercial projects, the migration was carefully planned and tested over an extended period of time. Hopefully some of the experience from this migration can help other projects too.

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