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Selling Exceptions to the GNU GPL - GNU Project - Free Software Foundation
tl;dr it's generally okay to sell an exception to embed free software in non-free other software, because of business strategy. Apparently this is not the same as dual licensing, though I'm not sure why.
gnu  fsf  license  gpl 
2 days ago by tobym
Now available from GNU Press, the NeuG True Random Number Generator — Free Software Foundation — working together for free software
The most common uses of a TRNG include generating cryptographic keys, input for a simulation, and games (including video games and slot machines).

NeuG uses four sensors for input, and reads them with a STM32F103 microcontroller. These sensors take input from the voltage reference pin on the STM32F103 (VRef), a temperature sensor (Temp), and two analog input pins on the STM32F103 (A0 and A1). These inputs are then combined into the following pairs: VRef and A0, Temp and A1, VRef and A1, and Temp and A0. Next, the sensor data is converted into a digital signal and passed four times through a cyclic redundancy check (CRC) module. Finally, the data is sent to a SHA-256 function to condition the output before it is ready for use via USB.
gnu  hardware  security 
10 days ago by msurbey
GNU Make Standard Library download | SourceForge.net
Download GNU Make Standard Library for free. GNU Make Standard Library: a library of functions written for GNU Make using GNU Make's built in functions.
gnu  make  makefile  bash  build  devops 
15 days ago by devnulled
Effective awk Programming, 4th Edition [Book]
This practical guide serves as both a reference and tutorial for POSIX-standard awk and for the GNU implementation, called gawk. This book is useful for novices and awk experts alike. In this thoroughly revised edition, author and gawk lead developer Arnold Robbins describes the awk language and gawk program in detail, shows you how to use awk and gawk for problem solving, and then dives into specific features of gawk.
awk  ebook  online  free  programming  scripting  unix  linux  windows  macosx  gnu  language  guide  tips 
17 days ago by ezequiel
Getopt (The GNU C Library)
"The getopt and getopt_long functions automate some of the chore involved in parsing typical unix command line options." (lol)
c  libraries  warelogging  documentation  gnu  option-parsing  cli 
27 days ago by brennen
Decline and Fall: What Next for May’s Deal? | Novara Media
The third option is a general election. Without the fixed-term Act passed to shore up the Cameron-Clegg coalition, such an election would already be underway; it is the natural remedy for political impasse. An election allows not only a conversation about Brexit in narrow technical terms, but to put to the country the profoundly differing visions of the future which now exist between the two major parties, including a throughgoing rejection of Conservative economics, a rebalancing of the country’s disgorged financial sector, and an end to the punitive austerity of the past Tory administrations. Such an election would be difficult for Labour: it would require the party to clarify its Brexit plans beyond the six tests, in explicit propositional terms, and require a future Labour government to push for renegotiation under an extended Article 50, in order to rectify the mess and incompetence of the Tory negotiating team. This seems the best strategy for the left in Labour: it will require those active in the party to demand their MPs refuse Tory fear-mongering and the siren call of Soubry’s national government.

As we enter what looks like the endgame of May’s ministry, the sights of the left ought to be focused on the possibility of a transformational, socialist government. Behind the political churn, deep questions lurk: what sovereignty looks like in a globalised world, how to rectify the decades of wreckage inflicted by successive governments on this country and its working class, how to adequately tackle the planetary death spiral capitalism has locked us into. Only the left can answer those questions – and it now must.
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4 weeks ago by petej

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