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### mason * exploring distros-list, OSS community * I've joined ##distro-security on Freenode per Seth Arnold's suggestion to get a feel for how to participate. * wiki/general * We're gated on my unfamiliarity with nginx, so I'm learning how to plug stuff into it. * ikiwiki * Rough edges on internal version, in my home infrastructure. I'm working those out. There's a distinct lack of new/usable/correct documentation, so I'm reading a bunch and applying things that make sense. (As of end of work Wednesday evening.) * ikiwiki breaks out of the box with Subversion, but works fine with git, which is probably okay given that it's what we want. * foswiki * pending - goal is to see if it does better permissions defaults than TWiki. (Reading some docs suggests it doesn't make config and executables non-writeable by the web server.) * pmwiki * pending - will keep this in reserve in case I end up wildly unhappy with the first two, as this one's PHP. * contact FlibberTGibbet
### plasma41 * I've been teaching myself Debian packaging, using my desire for Debian packages of [Guix](https://guix.gnu.org/) and [Space Nerds In Space](https://spacenerdsinspace.com/) as my motivation and as learn-by-doing targets. I've been learning all about debian/rules and dh. dh is a pretty neat little tool. * I'm running runit-init on both my home and work computers, by the way. On my work computer the transition from sysvinit went off without a hitch. On my home computer, which has packages installed spanning multiple releases, after the transition lightdm failed to launch. :-/ After switching from lightdm+elogind to slim+consolekit and purging old configs, my display manager launches and I can login to my Xfce session. I don't know whether the intermediate breakage was because I knowingly run unsupported configs or if it's a bug we need to address. * Repeats from two weeks ago: * What's the status of eudev? My understanding is that the 3.1 release isn't out yet because we're waiting on eudev. What is the issue with eudev that we're waiting to be fixed? Could someone fill me in? * (fsr) Problem: start-stop-daemon starts too soon, so not all modules get loaded. See bug [#483](https://bugs.devuan.org/cgi/bugreport.cgi?bug=483) * dbus in Beowulf is a CVE-fixing update behind dbus in Buster.
https://tracker.debian.org/media/packages/d/dbus/changelog-1.12.20-0deb10u1 This is fixed in beowulf-proposed-updates, but that looks like it won't be pushed to beowulf until the 3.1 release. Should we wait until then or would it be prudent to migrate it now?
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