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SCSI subsystem maintainer James Bottomley has posted a different view on the issue of civility on the kernel's mailing lists. "So, by and large, I’m proud of the achievements we’ve made in civility and the way we have improved over the years. Are we perfect? by no means (but then perfection in such a large community isn’t a realistic goal). However, we have passed our stress test: that an individual with bad patches to several mailing lists was met with courtesy and helpful advice, in spite of serially repeating the behaviour."
The LWN.net Weekly Edition for October 8, 2015 is available.
Drivers for graphics hardware are an important part of the graphics stack, so it was not unexpected that the 2015 X.Org Developers Conference had several status updates for free graphics drivers. Three projects had talks: the Nouveau driver for NVIDIA devices, the amdgpu driver for AMD hardware, and the Etnaviv driver for Vivante GPUs. Each presented an update on its progress and plans.
Ubuntu has updated spice (15.04, 14.04: multiple vulnerabilities).
Back in the distant past (May 2015), LWN looked at a couple of efforts to provide improved string-handling primitives to the kernel. One of those two was recently merged, while the other has run into trouble; both cases highlight a fundamental concern Linus has about this type of kernel patch. The end result is that it is possible to evolve the kernel toward safer interfaces, but attempts to do so as a series of mass changes will probably not end well.
Open Invention Network (OIN) marks its ten year anniversary. "Since its founding in 2005, Open Invention Network has grown its community to over 1,700 participants – from sizable multinational companies to key open source projects to emerging businesses. OIN has expanded its strategic patent portfolio to more than 1,000 worldwide patents and applications. In parallel, the zone of patent non-aggression that is defined by OIN’s Linux System definition has evolved to include more than 2,300 software packages, which ensures freedom of action in core functionality for global open source projects and technology platforms such as Linux, Red Hat, SUSE, Android, Open Stack and Apache."
Arch Linux has updated nodejs (denial of service).
Fedora has updated libvpx (F21: denial of service), openjpeg2 (F22: code execution), pixman (F22: buffer overflow), unzip (F21: two vulnerabilities), webkitgtk (F22; F21: denial of service), and webkitgtk3 (F22; F21: denial of service).
openSUSE has updated apache2 (13.2, 13.1: multiple vulnerabilities), conntrack-tools (13.2, 13.1: denial of service), froxlor (13.2, 13.1: privilege escalation), redis (13.2, 13.1: code execution), seamonkey (13.2, 13.1: multiple vulnerabilities), thunderbird (13.2, 13.1: multiple vulnerabilities), and vorbis-tools (13.2, 13.1: code execution).
SUSE has updated firefox, nspr (SLE12: multiple vulnerabilities).
Ubuntu has updated kernel (15.04; 14.04: multiple vulnerabilities), linux-lts-trusty (12.04: multiple vulnerabilities), linux-lts-utopic (14.04: multiple vulnerabilities), linux-lts-vivid (14.04: multiple vulnerabilities), and lxc (14.04: regression in previous update).
The nomination process has begun for the 2015 election of the Technical Advisory Board for the Linux Foundation. That election will happen on October 26 at the Kernel Summit in Seoul, South Korea. There are five positions to be filled; terms are for two years.
Ars Technica presents a lengthy review of Android 6.0 "Marshmallow". "While this is a review of the final build of "Android 6.0," we're going to cover many of Google's apps along with some other bits that aren't technically exclusive to Marshmallow. Indeed, big chunks of "Android" don't actually live in the operating system anymore. Google offloads as much of Android as possible to Google Play Services and to the Play Store for easier updating and backporting to older versions, and this structure allows the company to retain control over its open source platform. As such, consider this a look at the shipping Google Android software package rather than just the base operating system. "Review: New Android stuff Google has released recently" would be a more accurate title, though not as catchy."
Fedora has updated activemq (F22: information disclosure), bind (F21: denial of service), jenkins-script-security-plugin (F22: unspecified vulnerability), kernel (F22; F21: denial of service), libwmf (F22: two vulnerabilities), scap-security-guide (F22; F21: unspecified vulnerability), seamonkey (F22; F21: multiple vulnerabilities), thunderbird (F22: multiple vulnerabilities), and xen (F22; F21: multiple vulnerabilities).
openSUSE has updated phpMyAdmin (13.2, 13.1: guessable user credentials).
Sarah Sharp has made official her departure from the kernel development community. "I didn’t take the decision to step down lightly. I felt guilty, for a long time, for stepping down. However, I finally realized that I could no longer contribute to a community where I was technically respected, but I could not ask for personal respect. I could not work with people who helpfully encouraged newcomers to send patches, and then argued that maintainers should be allowed to spew whatever vile words they needed to in order to maintain radical emotional honesty. I did not want to work professionally with people who were allowed to get away with subtle sexist or homophobic jokes. I feel powerless in a community that had a 'Code of Conflict' without a specific list of behaviors to avoid and a community with no teeth to enforce it."
The Linux Foundation has announced the formation of a collaborative project to support the ongoing development of the realtime kernel patch set. "The RTL Collaborative Project will focus on pushing critical code upstream to be reviewed and eventually merged into the mainline Linux kernel where it will receive ongoing support. This will save the industry millions of dollars in research and development. It will also improve quality of the code through robust upstream kernel test infrastructure, since anything maintained in the mainline kernel is collectively supported by thousands of developers and hundreds of companies around the world." As part of the project, the Foundation has appointed Thomas Gleixner into a Fellow position.
The 4.3-rc4 kernel prepatch is out. "You all know the drill by now. It's Sunday, and there is a new release candidate out there."
Greg Kroah-Hartman has released the 4.2.3 and 4.1.10 stable kernels. The fix for the deadlocks reported for 4.1.9 did not make it into 4.1.10. As usual, these stable kernels contain fixes throughout the tree.
Many online media outlets are reporting the news that ownership of the popular ad-blocking browser extension AdBlock has been sold to a new owner. Not to be confused with similarly named projects AdBlock Plus and AdBlock Edge, this AdBlock announced the news of the sale to its users in a pop-up window. TheNextWeb reports that AdBlock employees refused to identify the buyer. In related news, the new owner has decided to join the "Acceptable Ads" whitelisting program run by rival AdBlock Plus. An announcement on the AdBlock Plus site confirms the move, and notes that an "independent review board" will now decide which advertisements are included the Acceptable Ads whitelist. Public nominations for the board are said to be open.
Debian-LTS has updated binutils (multiple vulnerabilities).
Fedora has updated freeimage (F22; F21: integer overflow), golang (F22; F21: multiple vulnerabilities), jakarta-commons-httpclient (F22; F21: denial of service), and openjpeg2 (F22; F21: use-after-free vulnerability).
Mageia has updated thunderbird (M5: multiple vulnerabilities).
openSUSE has updated bind (11.4: denial of service).
Red Hat has updated mod_proxy_fcgi (RHEL6: denial of service).
Scientific Linux has updated thunderbird (SL5, 6, 7: multiple vulnerabilities).
Slackware has updated mozilla-thunderbird (14.0, 14.1, current: multiple vulnerabilities), php (14.0, 14.1, current: multiple vulnerabilities), and seamonkey (14.0, 14.1, current: multiple vulnerabilities).
The GNOME Foundation has announced the release of its Annual Report [PDF] for the 2014 fiscal year, which ran from October 1, 2013 through September 30, 2014. The report covers topics like finances, the Groupon trademark battle, conferences, outreach, accessibility, and lots more. "Jean-François Fortin Tam, president of the GNOME Foundation for 2014-2015, states in the introduction letter: '2014 is on record as one of the most challenging years in the Foundation's history. It is also the year that has given us the most demonstrative and passionate display of support—from our members, our contributors, and the Free Software community—that we have ever experienced.'"
Joanna Rutkowska has announced the release of Qubes OS 3.0, which has a new hypervisor abstraction layer (HAL) as one of its "killer features". Qubes OS uses a hypervisor as part of its "security by compartmentalization" strategy for creating a more secure operating system. The HAL "will allow us to easily switch the underlying hypervisors in the near future, perhaps even during the installation time, depending on the user needs (think tradeoffs between hardware compatibility and performance vs. security properties desired, such as e.g. reduction of covert channels between VMs, which might be of importance to some users). More philosophically-wise, this is a nice manifestation of how Qubes OS is really "not yet another virtualization system", but rather: a user of a virtualization system (such as Xen)." We looked at Qubes OS 3.0 back in May.
Greg Kroah-Hartman has announced the release of the 3.14.54 and 3.10.90 stable kernels. As usual, they contain important fixes throughout the tree and users should upgrade.
The Free Software Foundation (FSF) has announced a collaboration with Software Freedom Conservancy (SFC) on "The Principles of Community-Oriented GPL Enforcement", which describes what it means to do GPL enforcement in a way that is oriented toward gaining compliance (also: SFC announcement). "'GPL enforcement is mostly an educational process working with people who have made honest mistakes, but it must be undertaken with care and thoughtfulness. Our goal is not to punish or censure violators, but to help them come into compliance. Abiding by these principles aids our work in bringing about that outcome,' said FSF's licensing and compliance manager, Joshua Gay.
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