Sao Tome - Cemetery Of Lost Images

Roaming around the web and Google maps in the Covid-19-lockdown I noticed there is a special place west of Sao Tome. There are a lot of pictures in the Gulf of Guniea, in the triangle of Sao Tome, St. Helena and Ascension. These pictures don’t belong there. I found no other place in Google maps where are images wrongly placed by geo tags in this quantity. Use street view on the following location link:

pacaudit - v.1.1.2

pacaudit v1.1.2 was released, install it via trizen or any other AUR pkg manager and read the man page. trizen -S pacaudit man pacaudit pacaudit has a alpm-hook (since v1.1.1), so you will get a warning if you try to install a vulnerable package. v1.1.2 checks if security.archlinux.org is up and running. If not a message is shown and pacaudit returns without checking local packages. Comments on AUR, github or via email are highly appreciated!

pacaudit - v.1.1.0

pacaudit v1.1.0 is ready, install it via trizen or any other AUR pkg manager and read the man page. trizen -S pacaudit man pacaudit There is the idea that pacaudit could be a pacman hook to warn the user when she tries to install a vulnerable package. If you’d like to help with this task, checkout the issue page on github. Comments on AUR, github or via email are highly appreciated!

EOL of my XMPP service

After years of not using it I will stop my xmpp/jabber service.

gobagit - A tool to work with the BagIt format

gobagit is a command line tool and golang library to work with the BagIt format I am writing currently. I really like the bagit format because it is simple, a standard (RFC 8493) and widely used. gobagit is available in version 0.2.0 and under heavy development, check the dev branch. I’d like to get some feedback, so drop me an issue or star on github. https://github.com/steffenfritz/bagit You don’t have to build the tool yourself, just download a pre-built from the release page