Re: [REPORT] AOO 4.1.2 Deployment and Take-Up through 2016Q2

2016-07-18 Thread Dave Fisher
In a funny way:

224 is SS. Is that Hitler's group?
238 is St Helena. Is that Napoleon?

If it isn't funny to you. Apologies.

238 "countries" is impressive. Are any missed?

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> On Jul 18, 2016, at 4:27 PM, toki  wrote:
> 
>> On 16/07/2016 20:00, Dennis E. Hamilton wrote:
>> 
>> It turns out that downloads-by-destination (to within IP-address analysis) 
>> is easy to get.
> 
> That makes for some very interesting results.
> 
> jonathon
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Re: [REPORT] AOO 4.1.2 Deployment and Take-Up through 2016Q2

2016-07-18 Thread toki
On 16/07/2016 20:00, Dennis E. Hamilton wrote:

> It turns out that downloads-by-destination (to within IP-address analysis) is 
> easy to get. 

That makes for some very interesting results.

jonathon

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ApacheCon: Getting the word out internally

2016-07-18 Thread Melissa Warnkin
ApacheCon: Getting the word out internally
Dear Apache Enthusiast,

As you are no doubt already aware, we will be holding ApacheCon in
Seville, Spain, the week of November 14th, 2016. The call for papers
(CFP) for this event is now open, and will remain open until
September 9th.

The event is divided into two parts, each with its own CFP. The first
part of the event, called Apache Big Data, focuses on Big Data
projects and related technologies.

Website: http://events.linuxfoundation.org/events/apache-big-data-europe
CFP:
http://events.linuxfoundation.org/events/apache-big-data-europe/program/cfp

The second part, called ApacheCon Europe, focuses on the Apache
Software Foundation as a whole, covering all projects, community
issues, governance, and so on.

Website: http://events.linuxfoundation.org/events/apachecon-europe
CFP: http://events.linuxfoundation.org/events/apachecon-europe/program/cfp

ApacheCon is the official conference of the Apache Software
Foundation, and is the best place to meet members of your project and
other ASF projects, and strengthen your project's community.

If your organization is interested in sponsoring ApacheCon, contact Rich Bowen
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developers in the world, and experts on a huge range of technologies.

I hope to see you in Seville!
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GPL vs Apple Store (was Re: null)

2016-07-18 Thread Pedro Giffuni

Hi Damjan;
...

GPL apps are apparently not allowed in the Apple App Store (
http://www.zdnet.com/article/no-gpl-apps-for-apples-app-store/), and if the
source code is under the GPL, it doesn't stop being so in binary form, so
I'd love to know how they get away with it.

Damjan


The GPL vs Apple thing is pure propaganda: as long as the copyright 
owners don't complain Apple will not pull down the application.


In the VLC case one of the copyright owners complained so the community
ended up relicensing the code[1] and now the application is back.

The Battle of Wesnoth is another case where the game is GPLv2 and 
available (for money) on iOS. There is some internal agreement the

resulting money helps someone in the community and the sourcecode
is available.

NeoOffice does ship in the Apple store and the source code is rather
hard to get by (they use a private CVS, I think). They (ab)use the fact
that the copyright owners don't really care about making money from OOo
anymore.

They use code from LibreOffice but TDF doesn't have much control over 
the complete codebase. I think the ASF could stop it from being

distributed but we are not in the business of enforcing the GPL.

This said, the NeoOffice app store version seems to have way
too many limitations, and this is something that tends to happen with
all such "app stores" that expect some sort of sandboxing.

Just my $0.02,

Pedro.

[1] http://www.videolan.org/press/lgpl-libvlc.html


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openoffice-linux64-nightly

2016-07-18 Thread Don Lewis
I'm not openoffice-linux64-nightly fail in bootstrap due to
LWP::Protocol::https being missing.  I think it was before.

There is a MD5 checksum mismatch in commons-lang3-3.3-src.tar.gz.

The openssl download fails, but the error is "500 Can't connect to
www.openssl.org:443", so it looks like the http -> https redirect is
working.

There are also a bunch of connection failures to archive.apache.org port
80.


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