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« Expendables 3 » piraté et diffusé trois semaines avant sa sortie en salles
La super production hollywoodienne doit sortir mi-août au cinéma, mais a ét piratée et diffusée sur les réseaux torrent.
Non-lieu général dans le dossier de la vache folle
Les juges d'instruction chargés du dossier ont délivré un non-lieu général vendredi dans cette enquête ouverte en 1997.
La fiabilité de la compagnie espagnole Swiftair mise en cause
Alors que la compagnie aérienne était jusqu'alors considérée comme « sérieuse », des informations sur la précarité des conditions de travail de ses salariés sont venues semer le trouble sur sa fiabilité.
Irak : la mise en garde de l'ONU sur des mutilations génitales en Irak remise en question
L'ONU a affirmé que les djihadistes de l'Etat islamique (EI) avaient ordonné que toutes les Irakiennes subissent des mutilations génitales. Des informations démenties par beaucoup de sources.
La Russie veut-elle la tête de Tor ?
Sur son portail des marchés publics, la Russie a lancé un appel d'offres pour effectuer des recherches sur le réseau de protection de l'anonymat sur Internet.
Didier Drogba de retour à Chelsea
L'attaquant ivoirien rejoint pour une saison le club britannique, dans lequel il a évolué de 2004 à 2012.
Le président slovaque verse son salaire aux pauvres
Andrej Kiska, qui a pris ses fonctions en juin, a versé son premier salaire à dix de ses compatriotes, en situation de précarité ou malades.
Crash du vol AH 5017 : qui sera chargé de l'enquête ?
Selon les règles internationales de l'aviation civile, les investigations doivent être menées par le pays dans lequel s'est écrasé l'avion. Mais la France aura un rôle de premier plan.
Libye : nouveaux combats violents à l'aéroport de Tripoli
Pour le treizième jour consécutif, de violents combats opposaient, vendredi, des milices rivales pour le contrôle du site.
Google : la France championne d’Europe du « droit à l’oubli »
Depuis la reconnaissance de ce droit, Google a partiellement supprimé de ses résultats près de 150 000 pages Web.

Linux Weekly News

The first stable CoreOS release
The CoreOS developers have announced the release of version 367.1.0 of the CoreOS distribution; this is the first version deemed to be stable and ready for production. "Please note: The stable release is not including etcd and fleet as stable, this release is only targeted at the base OS and Docker 1.0. etcd/fleet stable support will be in subsequent releases." LWN looked at CoreOS last April.
Interview with Nathan Willis, GUADEC Keynote Speaker (GNOME News)
LWN editor Nathan Willis is giving a keynote talk at the upcoming GUADEC (GNOME Users and Developers European Conference) and was interviewed by GNOME News. Willis's talk is titled "Should We Teach The Robot To Kill" and will look at free software and the automotive industry. "And, finally, my ultimate goal would be to persuade some people that the free- software community can — and should — take up the challenge and view the car as a first-rate environment where free software belongs. Because there will naturally be lots of little gaps where the different corporate projects don’t quite have every angle covered. But we don’t have to wait for other giant companies to come along and finish the job. We can get involved now, and if we do, then the next generation of automotive software will be stronger for it, both in terms of features and in terms of free-software ideals." GUADEC is being held in Strasbourg, France July 26–August 1.
Kügler: Plasma’s Road to Wayland
On his blog, Sebastian Kügler looks at what's left to be done for KDE's Plasma desktop to support Wayland. He discusses why the project cares about Wayland, what it means to support Wayland, the current status, the strategy for further work, and how interested folks can get involved.
"One of the important topics which we have (kind of) excluded from Plasma’s recent 5.0 release is support for Wayland. The reason is that much of the work that has gone into renovating our graphics stack was also needed in preparation for Wayland support in Plasma. In order to support Wayland systems properly, we needed to lift the software stack to Qt5, make X11 dependencies in our underlying libraries, Frameworks 5 optional. This part is pretty much done. We now need to ready support for non-X11 systems in our workspace components, the window manager and compositor, and the workspace shell."
Security updates for Friday
CentOS has updated kernel (C7; C6; C5: two vulnerabilities) and qemu-kvm (C7: many vulnerabilities).
Debian has updated apache2 (three vulnerabilities) and transmission (code execution).
Fedora has updated httpd (F20: multiple vulnerabilities), ipython (F20; F19: code execution), java-1.7.0-openjdk (F19: multiple vulnerabilities), java-1.8.0-openjdk (F20; F19: multiple vulnerabilities), and kernel (F19: multiple vulnerabilities).
Oracle has updated enterprise kernel (OL7: three vulnerabilities) and kernel (OL5: two vulnerabilities).
Red Hat has updated openstack-nova (OSP5.0: information disclosure), openstack-swift (OSP5.0: cross-site scripting), python- django-horizon (OSP5.0: three vulnerabilities), and qemu-kvm-rhev (OSP4.0, OSP3.0: multiple vulnerabilities).
Fedora 21 delayed three weeks
At yesterday's Fedora Engineering Steering Committee (FESCo) meeting, the release of Fedora 21 was delayed by three weeks (FESCo ticket), with the final release now scheduled for November 4. There are some problems with "test composes" of the release (creating test ISO images) that mean the deadline for the alpha release would be missed. The original plan was to delay for two weeks, but that put the freeze just before the Flock conference, so it was decided to push out an additional week.
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