en-US: Yesterday, I completed 5 years working for Red Hat. I’m proud to be a part of this company, helping to make Free/Open Source software better and sharing a great deal of what I produce with everybody. I’m looking forward to the next years :) pt-BR: Ontem, completei 5 anos trabalhando para a Red Hat.… Read More 5 years of Red Hat!
Hello boys and girls, on 04/04 Lucas 34.0 was just released! Without further ado, here are the new features of the project: The offspring project called Victoria had its 11th release last December and is starting to show the first bugs of a project in its teenage cycle The dating subsystem is about to complete… Read More Lucas 34.0 released!
Have you ever been in that awkward spot where an rpm package had a scriptlet error, and you can’t remove it from your system, ever? I have to do this from time to time, but end up forgetting how it’s done. Let’s change that by keeping it in this blog (incidentally helping other people): rpm… Read More Remove rpm packages with failed scriptlets execution
This is an auspicious post, given it is my 100th post on this blog. I thought I wouldn’t make this far, but anyway… Is that time of the year again! Lucas 33.0 was just released. This mature yet ever evolving project reaches its 33rd milestone. Among the new features and news we have: The offspring… Read More Lucas version 33.0 released!
Autotest 0.15.0 is a new major release of autotest! The goal here is to provide the latest advances on autotest while providing a stable ground for groups and organizations looking for autotest, such as distro packagers and newcomers. For the impatient Check out our main web page at: http://autotest.github.com/ Direct download link: https://github.com/autotest/autotest/archive/autotest-0.15.0.tar.gz Now that… Read More Autotest 0.15.0 released!
One more great FUDCon is over, my goals in the conference were accomplished: Discussed with the Fedora QA folks about distribution-wide and package specific test automation. I also presented a refresher on Autotest architecture and recent improvements. Configured Fedora virtualization daily Autotest jobs, as an auxiliary tool for Cole to detect problems in virt-related Fedora… Read More FUDCon 2013
I wish I had a long, well thought post to write about 2012, but I don’t :) Some things that come to my mind looking at the year retrospectively: * I’ve completed 1 year living in Piracicaba. * Quality of life was improved all round. * Work is great. Autotest and virt-tests had many improvements… Read More Happy 2013