I can finally reveal some research I've been involved with over the past year or so.
We (@redford, @mrtick and I) have reverse engineered the PLC code of NEWAG Impuls EMUs. These trains were locking up for arbitrary reasons after being serviced at third-party workshops. The manufacturer argued that this was because of malpractice by these workshops, and that they should be serviced by them instead of third parti
A reminder about what Muscovy did to us in 1932/33: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Holodomor. Today is the Remembrance Day: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Holodomor_Memorial_Day
Today is the annual day of remembrance for the Holodomor, the Ukrainian famine. 90 years ago Stalin sent activists to confiscate food from Ukrainian peasants. Millions died.
To mark this day, Putin sent dozens of drones to attack Kyiv.
Like Stalin, Putin wants to erase Ukraine.
A talk for fresh Kernel Maintainers and anyone looking to optimize their workflow @linuxplumbersconf with @krzk
1. Get improvements to email workflow: b4, useful simple hooks for verifying commits (because checkpatch is not enough).
2. Get yourself in linux-next and get tested by community Continuous Integration/Testing.
3. Add yourself to kernel.org keyring, sign your tags and pushes (for transparency log).
4. Dump the mailing lists: use lei and lore