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Lucas 37.0 released!

With an incredibly reliable cadence, here we have Lucas 37.0 out! This release is mostly about a few bugfixes and improvements, that come with experience, and a new hosting city.

That’s right, after 5 great years in Piracicaba, the entire family project is in the process of moving to Berlin, Germany. The prospect of moving to a different hosting city and country was something contemplated for years, and it has finally happened. We’re looking forward the new adventures in our new home.

On related news, Victoria 14.0 was out of the door last December, and the parent project could not be prouder of the amazing human being she’s turning out to be.

My fiancee Silvia completed her 26th milestone last December as well, and we’re to become companion projects for life in May 2017. I for one wish us luck, love and happiness for the years to come.

And for the readers, I wish peace and prosperity. To another great year, off we go!

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Farewell Red Hat

A couple weeks ago, I worked my last day at Red Hat, after 6 and a half years of service. Once again, I had a great time working with awesome team mates. In the mean time we made a lot of autotest releases and even started the follow up to autotest, avocado. It was a difficult decision to leave an organization that is so near and dear to my heart.

But time has come, and I have a new challenge. I’m starting a new job at ScyllaDB, a company founded by a bunch of other former Red Hatters that is delivering nothing less than the fastest new generation database there is. Wish me luck!

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5 years of Red Hat!

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. Estou orgulhoso por ser parte desta empresa, ajudando a tornar o Software Livre/Open Source melhor, e compartilhando grande parte do que produzo com todos. Aguardo ansioso pelos próximos anos 🙂 

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Autotest 0.13.1 released!

We are proud to announce a new release of autotest, 0.13.1. This is a
fairly boring bugfix release, so nothing really new here, just more of
the same.

What is autotest?

Autotest is a framework for fully automated testing. It is designed
primarily to test the Linux kernel, though it is useful for many other
purposes such as qualifying new hardware, virtualization testing and
general user space program testing under linux platforms. It’s an
open-source project under the GPL and is used and developed by a number
of organizations, including Google, IBM, Red Hat, and many others. You
can see results of kernel test runs on

http://test.kernel.org/tko/

Release repository:

http://test.kernel.org/releases/0.13.1/

Release notes:

http://autotest.kernel.org/wiki/Release0.13.1

Autotest project main page:

http://autotest.kernel.org/

Want to hack on autotest? Please refer to:

http://autotest.kernel.org/wiki/DownloadSource

http://test.kernel.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/autotest

Please report any issues on our bug tracking system:

http://autotest.kernel.org/newticket

In order to be able to open tickets on our bug tracking system, refer
to:

http://autotest.kernel.org/wiki/SiteAminContact

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Happy birthday Linux!

Linus Torvalds, 25 August 1991 on comp.os.minix (original message)

I’m doing a (free) operating system (just a hobby, won’t be big and professional like gnu) for 386(486) AT clones. This has been brewing since april, and is starting to get ready.

I'll be celebrating 20 years of Linux with The Linux Foundation!

Cheers! Happy to be part of the greater Linux ecosystem 😉

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Getting ready for KVM Forum and LinuxCon, 2011 edition!

Hi guys,

I’ve been pretty busy preparing myself to speak at 2 events in Vancouver, Canada, LinuxCon 2011 and KVM Forum 2011. If you want to check out what I’m up to there, here are the slides for both presentations:

It will surely be an awesome and hectic week there 🙂 See you guys in Vancouver!

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Autotest 0.13.0 released!

After months of development, we are proud to announce a new release of autotest, 0.13.0.

What is autotest?

Autotest is a framework for fully automated testing. It is designed primarily to test the Linux kernel, though it is useful for many other purposes such as qualifying new hardware, virtualization testing and general user space program testing under linux platforms. It’s an open-source project under the GPL and is used and developed by a number of organizations, including Google, IBM, Red Hat, and many others. You can see results of kernel test runs on

http://test.kernel.org/tko/

Release repository:

http://test.kernel.org/releases/0.13.0/

Release notes:

http://autotest.kernel.org/wiki/Release0.13.0

Autotest project main page:

http://autotest.kernel.org/

Want to hack on autotest? Please refer to:

http://autotest.kernel.org/wiki/DownloadSource

http://test.kernel.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/autotest

Please report any issues on our bug tracking system:

http://autotest.kernel.org/newticket

In order to be able to open tickets on our bug tracking system, refer to:

http://autotest.kernel.org/wiki/SiteAminContact