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Opat budeme scrapovat datasety pre opendata.sk
Akcia sa uskutocni cez vikend 10.-11.10.
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vo formate: meno alebo nick, mesto
(aby sme vedeli kolko ludi mame kde cakat)
Kedze scraperwiki sa zatvorila, budeme pouzivat morph.io ktore podporuje aj
perl, thanks to Lubko ♥
(dalsie podporovane jazyky su: python, ruby, php, node.js)
Komunikacia bude prebiehat na #soit.sk na irc.freenode.net
I'm wondering if there's anyone out there (be it in the hackerspace or
outside), who'd like to get familiar with Linux kernel development
process? Be it for whichever reason -- fixing bugs, making your
hardware work or just widening your insight into your software stack.
I'm thinking of starting regular Linux hacking sessions if there's
Please sign up. If there's at least 5 people, then I think this is
We often stumble across Linux computers with poor support in mainline
kernels and then get stuck to ancient kernel forks and shitty vendor
supplied software stacks.
Raspberry Pi is one such example. A very widely available board that's
run with a myriad of out of tree patches of questionable quality
bringing in terrible and often insecure APIs and impossible to keep up
with mainline developments.
I made some effort to improve this; added some drivers but failed to
attract others to join the effort (maybe the workshops were missing!):
While the situation with Raspberrpy Pi is largely improving these days,
there's a lot that remains to be done for it and for other similar
boards as well. Novena, anyone? OpenWRT-based routers?
Cleaning up an already existing drivers for embedded hardware is a good
ramp-up task for anyone who'd like to get involved with kernel
I'd like to help anyone who's interested in joining forces.
As a follow-up to the git workshop, I would like to announce an ansible
basics workshop held on Tuesday (2015-08-04) at 20:00. Ansible is simple
yet powerful tool for configuring and managing (unix-like) computers.
The aim of this (and following) workshops will be to set up a personal
"cloud" - server that provides useful services but is fully under your
control (like ).
If you'd like to attend, please sign up here. If you're interested
but the date doesn't work for you, please also write your name and
preferred date to the etherpad.