New/Updated Applications

The last days i’ve updated or added new Packages.

Have a lot of fun with it 🙂

New Rubrique in the openSUSE Weekly News

We are planning a new Rubric "In the Community/Why i’m using SUSE / openSUSE."

The please feel free to post here your experiences. Talk about why LINUX, and why openSUSE? Interesting Anektotes? What makes openSUSE better than other LINUX Distribution.

Now you can choose. One way for submit your Article is to put it in this Discussion field from our Facebook Site . As alternative you can send your Article to:

Please come to us and talk about yourself. We planning to publish each Week one of this collected experiences.

New site for submitting news to the openSUSE Weekly News

The openSUSE Weekly News team is proud to release a new Facebook Site for the news. You can reach this Fansite there: As alternative you also can use our Emai: On both places you can submit news, discuss about the news and you can place feedback. So we hope you become a "Fan" of the openSUSE Weekly News. May the Lizard be with you.

openSUSE medical Team releases stable version

Some month our team was busy, and so you hasn’t heard about us. But we are alive. We are pleased to announce our new openSUSE Distribution who still medical needs.

Whats happened? In the beginning of the project we tried to package some stuff just as beginning. Then we published 2 pre versions, but there we found some things to fix. We have worked hard for you, and now we are pleased to announce openSUSE medical version 0.0.6 with fresh packaged packages.

What’s new?

FreeMedForms (FMF) is a multi-platform software (available on MacOS, Linux, FreeBSD, Windows), multilingual, free and open source, released under the new BSD license.
FreeMedForms is developed by medical doctors and is mainly intended for health professionals. Currently, the suite is under development. It is available only for testing purposes. The main objective of FreeMedForms is to manage the electronic medical records based on your medical practice or the practice of clinical research groups. Your records will be fully customizable through the use of plugins. Some parts of the suite are already operational and usable in practice as the prescriber FreeDiams (formerly DrugsInteractions). If you like to use FreeMedForms, you have to login yourself in the application as user “admin” with password “admin”.

FreeDiams prescriber is the result of FreeMedForms prescriber plugins built into a standalone application.
FreeDiams is a multi-platform (MacOS, Linux, FreeBSD, Windows), free and open source released under the GPLv3 license. It is developed by medical doctors and is intended for use by these same professionals. It can be used alone to prescribe and / or test drug interactions within a prescription. It can be linked to any application thanks to its command line parameters. FreeDiams can use several drugs database. Are currently available: Drugs database FDA_USA, the french AFSSAPS drugs database, the Canadian drugs databases (HCDPD), and the South African (SAEPI) are available. Drugs interactions calculation is available for all these drugs databases beginning with the upcoming v0.5.0.

The GNUmed project builds free, liberated open source Electronic Medical Record software in multiple languages to assist and improve longitudinal care (specifically in ambulatory settings, i.e. multi-professional practices and clinics). It is made available at no charge and is capable of running on GNU/Linux, Windows and Mac OS X. It is developed by a handful of medical doctors and programmers from all over the world. It can be useful to anyone documenting the health of patients including, but not limited to, doctors, physical therapists, occupational therapists, acupuncturists, nurses, psychologists …

TEMPO is open source software for 3D visualization of brain electrical activity. TEMPO accepts EEG file in standard EDF format and creates animated sequence of topographic maps. Topographic maps are generated over 3D head model and user is able to navigate around head and examine maps from different viewpoints. Most mapping parameters are adjustable through appropriate graphical user interface controls. Also, individual topographic maps could be saved in PNG format for future examination or publishing.

But the openSUSE medical Distribution has more inside the DVD. The openSUSE medical team has hand-selected which package to add into the Distribution.

So we can say, that we have a good solution for Doctors, Students, Clinics and other people who trying to spread the word about Open Source.

We also have added a complete package, multimedia-codecs and multimediaplayer. So you can play with different inputformats. And the last addition was the KMyMoney Package, so you can know how to make money 🙂

Thanks a lot on this time for the Upstream Coder: Eric Maeker from France, Sebastian Siebert from Germany and the TEMPO Team.

Technically: From this version on we have fixed the *.desktop files. Now all medical desktop applications can found under Menu/Education/Science/. So it is easier for our users to find the needed software. Tomorrow i’ll starting to create a list of “Must have” applications for our project. So every Packager can choose the the product he like to package. But we need more Packagers in our team. So if you know the BuildService and don’t know what should you do, just join the team.

But, where you can get this nice stuff?

You can get it there:

How can you see our good Team?

You can visit our teampage: The site explains how you can be a part of our Mailinglist or Project.

All the other things you can find in our Portalpage: There you can find all important Links, and how to file a Bug or how to drop a openFATE Entry.

The Horizon: We can see good clouds on the horizon. ATM our team plans a collaboration between openSUSE and Fedora and Debian. The goal is that we can create new packages and share the package and all needed Informations and Experiences with other medical teams on the screen. We hope to arrange a shared Guideline for packaging medical Software and find new Ideas and Enhencements for the medical Community. Thats our Part for “Collaboration across Borders”.

Now enjoy your openSUSE medical.

Live from the openSUSE Conference 2010 in Nuremberg

Today it starts: The new openSUSE Conference. We have over 240 Registrations before start. Some Registrants sleeping in the Hotel from the Berufsbildungswerk. I’m living in the third floor. And i am happy, a clean and convenient room.
Today the Conference starts at 09:30 with Henne Vogelsangs Talk „Get your ass up!“. He motivates us, not just to talk about what is to do. We should just doing anything and have fun.
The next Talk i’ve listened was Lubos Lunaks talk about „Easy multi – distribution package builds with the buid service. Lubos explained us, how to use the kde-obs-generator. This Program needs just a singe INFO File with the needed Inforations, and the Program creates from that a *.spec File and two debian*.control Files. So we have all for building Packages for Fedora, Mandriva, Debian and Ubuntu. This talk motivates me to try it out. Maybe i can support in Future my Packages who i maintain in more Destinations.
The next talk i’ve listened was „Tracking the latest Upstream“ from Vincent Untz. This talk was very interesting. All of the Packagers knowing this. Have i packaged the last available Source? Maybe yesterday comes a new Source update? So we have to proof that. For this, Vincent explained, that we can use for that the plugin osc colab. This tool can track the Sourcecode. So i have to try it out if i come home at Sunday.
ATM i’m llistening to Adrian Schröters talk „Maintainance made easy with OBS“. Adrian has explained us, what OBS is, what are the present features (like services), and what is to be done.
All in all i’m very happy to learn such things. The next Talks i’m listen to are „More openSUSE at Home and in the Office“, „Effective Packaging“, „Spreading Applications as LiveCD using OBS & SUSE Studio“ and „Alice in Wonderland – virtualizing openSUSE“. At 19:00 we have a open Kino there. That means a non commercial Movie. And so on.
All in all i would like to invite all of our Readers to come to us and stay in Nürnberg. The next Days are fully compressed with interesting Talks and BOFs. So come to us and stay with us. 🙂

New Package for openSUSE: Skrooge 0.7.2

I’m pleased to announce the new Package 0.7.2 of the financial Software skrooge.

What happens in this Version?

The release announcement says:


  • Use standard KDE dialogs for password management
  • Applet for dashboard to display tip of the day
  • CSV import of splits and transfers
  • CSV import is able to oncatenate many attributes in „comment“ or „payee“
  • CSV import can import unknown attributes as properties
  • Export XML
  • „Search & Process“ is able to search, update, insert and delete properties
  • All currencies are now available in unit page
  • Open property picture associated to an object
  • Customisable date formats


  • bug 233895: Switching account from 1 type to another with multi-sel is modifying the initial balance
  • bug 233930: QIF address field is not imported
  • bug 234595: Better handling of category deletion ==> Reparent operations on parent category when a category is removed
  • bug 234608: Some gnucash notes are lost during import phase
  • bug 234771: Problem importing ofx file
  • bug 234845: Bad Account after importing ofx

As usual, the changelog contains the complete list of changes.

Where to find openSUSE Packages?

In the Past i have published skrooge in the KDE:KDE4:Community. But now i have moved to the new KDE Community Repository: KDE:Extra ( There you can find now the new Version.

You like skrooge? Then join our Ohloh Group

ohloh – where users meet developers

Maybe you have heard about an site called „ohloh“. Ohloh is a plattform from the Company behind Sourceforge (GeekNet, Inc.). The Idea behind Ohloh is to create a space (social network) who users can meet developers.

From Users point of view, a User can visit all Projectsites inside ohloh and he can talk with the developers. The User can vote on an Projectsite for an Project, so everyone can see, you like this Project. The ohloh User can give or recieve Kudos. You can place messages to the project, or the other users.

If you’re a Project leader, you can add your Profile to ohloh. Then you can manage releaseplanning with our ohloh, You can give or recieve Kudos from other in the ohloh Network. If you ohloh let know where the Source is, he makes analysis from the Sourcecode. You can see where commits things in your Source or who has made the last commit. The codebase history informs about the amount of activity for each project. Software stacks (list of software applications used by Ohloh’s members) and tags are used to calculate the similarity between projects. Ohloh also offers an download service.

Contributor statistics are also available, measuring open source developers‘ experience as observable in code committed to revision control repositories. Social network features (kudos) have been introduced to allow users to rank open source contributors. A KudoRank for each user and open source contributor on a scale of 1 to 10 is automatically extracted from all kudos in the system. The idea of measuring open source developers‘ skills and productivity on the basis of commit statistics or mutual rating has received mixed reactions in technology blogs.

You’re now invited to visit the Site. Enjoy it…

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openSUSE Weekly News, Issue 124 is out!

We are pleased to announce our new openSUSE Weekly News, Issue 124.



  • 1 Editors Note
  • 2 Announcements
    • 2.1 openSUSE News: openSUSE Strategy Meeting
    • 2.2 Pascal Bleser: How to add the openSUSE 11.3 counter to your site
  • 3 Status Updates
    • 3.1 Distribution
      • 3.1.1 Javier Llorente: apache2-icons-oxygen is now in Factory
      • 3.1.2 Bugzilla
  • 4 Team Reports
    • 4.1 Build Service Team
      • 4.1.1 OBS: Release 1.8.0 RC1 Release Candidate
      • 4.1.2 Build Team Meeting
      • 4.1.3 Build Service Statistics
    • 4.2 Mono Team
      • 4.2.1 MonoDroid – Mono for Android Beta Program
    • 4.3 openFATE Team
      • 4.3.1 Q7Basic
      • 4.3.2 Better maintenance of src.rpm changes
      • 4.3.3 auto remove unused dependencies using YaST and zypper
      • 4.3.4 GUI for reviewing and analysing solver testcases
      • 4.3.5 Statistics
    • 4.4 Testing Team
      • 4.4.1 Larry Finger: openSUSE-Testing Report for the Weekly News – May 22
    • 4.5 Translation Team
      • 4.5.1 Localization
    • 4.6 Wiki-Team
      • 4.6.1 Rajko Matovic: Wiki structure: New tools
  • 5 In the Community
    • 5.1 Andrew Wafaa: Community Discussion – Part 8
    • 5.2 Events
    • 5.3 openSUSE for your ears
    • 5.4 openSUSE in $COUNTRY
    • 5.5 Communication
    • 5.6 Contributors
  • 6 New/Updated Applications @ openSUSE
    • 6.1 Packman: worldwind (openSUSE 11.2/noarch)
    • 6.2 Petr Mladek: OpenOffice_org 3.2.1 rc1 available for openSUSE
    • 6.3 Miro (openSUSE 11.2/x86_64)
  • 7 Security Updates
  • 8 Kernel Review
    • 8.1 h-online/Thorsten Leemhuis: The H Week – Linux 2.6.34 approaches
    • 8.2 h-online/Thorsten Leemhuis: What’s new in Linux 2.6.34
    • 8.3 Rares Aioanei: Kernel Review with openSUSE Flavor
  • 9 Tips and Tricks
    • 9.1 For Desktop Users
      • 9.1.1 How to use media in’s Impress
    • 9.2 For Commandline/Script Newbies
      • 9.2.1 Pascal Bleser: GNU Screen: open new window with same working directory
      • 9.2.2 Understanding Linux File Permissions
    • 9.3 For Developers and Programmers
      • 9.3.1 The Geek Stuff/Balakrishnan Mariyappan: Perl Debugger Tutorial: 10 Easy Steps to Debug Perl Program
      • 9.3.2 Vittorio Cagnetta: easybashgui
    • 9.4 For System Administrators
      • 9.4.1 Fred Blaise: Counting documents in Alfresco
      • 9.4.2 Linux Magazine/Dmitri Popov: Monitor Servers from Your Android Device with httpmon
  • 10 Planet SUSE
    • 10.1 Vincent Untz: GNOME Foundation Elections 2010
  • 11 openSUSE Forums
    • 11.1 Grub Problem
    • 11.2 Accessing Package Manager Failed
    • 11.3 Wireless Networking Not working
    • 11.4 Samba / Win7 Issue
  • 12 On the Web
    • 12.1 Announcements
      • 12.1.1 New Podcast: KDE and the Masters of the Universe
      • 12.1.2 Alvaro Soliverez (Hei_Ku): KMyMoney announces release candidate for KDE platform 4
    • 12.2 Call for participation
      • 12.2.1 h-online: Conference 2010: Call for Papers
    • 12.3 Reports
      • 12.3.1 Tom Albers: Akonadi Meeting Day 3: Productivity is amazing..
      • 12.3.2 InfoWorld/Paul Krill: Suse Linux gets virtualization, high availability, and desktop boosts
      • 12.3.3 LWN: VirtualBox 3.2 released
      • 12.3.4 ComputerWeekly/Cliff Saran: How BMW virtualised with SuSE Linux and Xen
      • 12.3.5 It runs on Linux: Google TV Platform introduced
    • 12.4 Reviews and Essays
      • 12.4.1 ghacks/Jack Wallen: What IS Linux (and what it should be)?
      • 12.4.2 25 Fresh and Cool Linux Wallpapers
      • 12.4.3 nixCraft/Vivek Gite: The Novice Guide To Buying A Linux Laptop
      • 12.4.4 Windows 7 Geeko Theme Pack
  • 13 Feedback / Communicate / Get Involved
  • 14 Credits
  • 15 Translations

openSUSE Weekly News Issue 122 is out!

We pleased to announce our new openSUSE Weekly News #122.


* 1 Editors Note
* 2 Announcements
o 2.1 openSUSE 11.3 Milestone 6: The Dust Begins to Settle
o 2.2 openSUSE News: Updates Go Twitter
o 2.3 openSUSE News: openSUSE@LinuxTag 2010
* 3 Status Updates
o 3.1 Distribution
+ 3.1.1 Thomas Biege: SELinux and openSUSE 11.3 Milestone 6
+ 3.1.2 Bugzilla
* 4 Team Reports
o 4.1 Boosters Team
+ 4.1.1 What are the Boosters up to?
+ 4.1.2 Changes in Staff
o 4.2 Build Service Team
+ 4.2.1 Build Team Meeting
+ 4.2.2 OBS 1.7.4 …. your weekend present 😉
+ 4.2.3 Build Service Statistics
o 4.3 Mono Team
+ 4.3.1 Miguel de Icaza: MonoDevelop’s New Search Bar
o 4.4 openFATE Team
+ 4.4.1 Andreas Jaeger: Preparation for Mounting /var/run as tmpfs
+ 4.4.2 Clean temporary data in SUSE
+ 4.4.3 Rename chromium
+ 4.4.4 improve system administration from commandline
+ 4.4.5 Clean temporary data in SUSE
+ 4.4.6 osc multiple package submit request
+ 4.4.7 Statistics
o 4.5 Translation Team
+ 4.5.1 Localization
o 4.6 Wiki-Team
+ 4.6.1 Rajko Matovic: Wiki: Background
+ 4.6.2 Rajko Matovic: Expanding use of portal page concept
* 5 In the Community
o 5.1 Shayon Mukherjee: Part 1 : Marketing – the other way or the highway
o 5.2 Events
o 5.3 openSUSE for your ears
o 5.4 From Ambassadors
+ 5.4.1 Agustin Chavarria: FLISOL Nicaragua 2010
+ 5.4.2 Alex Barrios: Second round of pictures from the FLISOL Venezuela
+ 5.4.3 Roger Whittaker: Oggcamp event — Liverpool
+ 5.4.4 Vincent Untz: Marketing Hackfest: Day 1
o 5.5 openSUSE in $COUNTRY
o 5.6 Communication
o 5.7 Contributors
* 6 New/Updated Applications @ openSUSE
o 6.1 xmms2 (openSUSE 11.2/x86_64)
o 6.2 Dominique Leuenberger: VLC 1.0.6 Packages for openSUSE
o 6.3 Kohei Yoshida: mdds 0.3.0 released!
o 6.4 Gabriel Burt: Banshee 1.7.0
* 7 Security Updates
o 7.1 SUSE Security Announcement: Linux kernel (SUSE-SA:2010:023)
* 8 Kernel Review
o 8.1 h-online/Thorsten Leemhuis: Kernel Log: Coming in 2.6.34 (Part 3) – Graphics
o 8.2 LinuxUSER&Developer/Jon Masters: The kernel column #86
o 8.3 Rares Aioanai: Kernel Review with openSUSE Flavor (Week18)
* 9 Tips and Tricks
o 9.1 For Desktop Users
+ 9.1.1 MakeUseOf/Ryan Dube: 3 Audacity Tips To Enhance Any Recorded Interview
o 9.2 For Developers and Programmers
+ 9.2.1 HowtoForge/Falko Timme: How To Integrate ClamAV Into PureFTPd For Virus Scanning On OpenSUSE 11.2
* 10 Planet SUSE
o 10.1 Holger Hetterich: SMB Traffic Analyzer v2 and the new clients
o 10.2 Holger Hetterich: SMB Traffic Analyzer v2 on SambaXP 2010
o 10.3 Pascal Bleser: openSUSE repository URL shortening
o 10.4 Cornelius Schumacher: The quest for the perfect permalink
o 10.5 Andrew Wafaa: Getting openSUSE from A to Y
o 10.6 Klaas Freitag: A Blog on Sourceforge
o 10.7 Andrew Wafaa: openSUSE and the ways of a11y
* 11 openSUSE Forums
o 11.1 64 or 32 bit on core2duo?
o 11.2 openSUSE 11.2 Graphics problem
o 11.3 Help re-sizing or expanding SUSE partition
o 11.4 openSUSE 11.3 M6 on 5 different PC’s
* 12 On the Web
o 12.1 Announcements
+ 12.1.1 KDE Software Compilation 4.4.3 Released: Codename „cuality“
+ 12.1.2 Jason McDonald (Qt Development Frameworks): Qt 4.7.0 Beta1
o 12.2 Reports
+ 12.2.1 Phoronix/Michael Larabel: OpenSUSE Says Farewell To RadeonHD Driver
+ 12.2.2 Linux Journal/Justin Ryan: Linux Foundation Announces LinuxCon Keynotes
o 12.3 Reviews and Essays
+ 12.3.1 OStatic/Joe Brockmeier: Too Many Forges, Too Little Time
+ 12.3.2 Computerworld/Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols: Linux needs to do more for programmers
* 13 Feedback / Communicate / Get Involved
* 14 Credits
* 15 Translations

openSUSE Weekly News, Issue 119 is out!

We are pleased to announce our new openSUSE Weekly News, Issue 119!

In this week:


  • 1 Editors Note
  • 2 Announcements
    • 2.1 openSUSE 11.3 Milestone 5: The Community Strikes Back
    • 2.2 Andrew Wafaa: oSC09 videos
  • 3 Status Updates
    • 3.1 Distribution
      • 3.1.1 Schedules for the next Week
      • 3.1.2 Bugzilla
  • 4 Team Reports
    • 4.1 Build Service Team
      • 4.1.1 Build Team Meeting
      • 4.1.2 Build Service Statistics
    • 4.2 GNOME Team
      • 4.2.1 Marcus Meissner: libgphoto2 2.4.9
      • 4.2.2 Vincent Untz: GSettings Hackfest: Day 1
    • 4.3 KDE Team
      • 4.3.1 Will Stephenson: File Transfers in KDE 4
    • 4.4 Mono Team
      • 4.4.1 Moonlight 3 Preview 6
      • 4.4.2 MonoTouch 3.0
    • 4.5 openFATE Team
      • 4.5.1 New: openFATE 309343 Support release number in (rp-md) repositories
      • 4.5.2 New: openFATE 309342 Do not loose Hermes events ever.
      • 4.5.3 New: openFATE 309341 Make new status for “unsigned”
      • 4.5.4 Statistics
    • 4.6 Testing Team
      • 4.6.1 openSUSE Testing Core Team IRC Meeting 2010-04-19 17:00 UTC
    • 4.7 Translation Team
      • 4.7.1 Bug report against webyast files
      • 4.7.2 Localization
    • 4.8 Wiki-Team
      • 4.8.1 German Wiki & Multi-Language Concept
  • 5 In the Community
    • 5.1 Andrew Wafaa: Community Discussion – Part 5
    • 5.2 Events
    • 5.3 openSUSE for your ears
    • 5.4 From Ambassadors
      • 5.4.1 Agustin Chavarria: Conference in FLISOL Nicaragua 2010
      • 5.4.2 Chuck Payne: Texas Linux Fest
    • 5.5 openSUSE in $COUNTRY
    • 5.6 Communication
    • 5.7 Contributors
  • 6 New/Updated Applications @ openSUSE
    • 6.1 Packman: KDoodle
    • 6.2 OBS: Barrage
    • 6.3 OBS: New Package for openSUSE: assuma (Association Subscribers Manager)
    • 6.4 OBS: new openSUSE Package: bleachbit 0.7.4
    • 6.5 KDE-Apps: KDropbox 0.1.0
  • 7 Security Updates
    • 7.1 SUSE Security Summary Report: SUSE-SR:2010:009
    • 7.2 SUSE Security Announcement: Mozilla Firefox 3.5.9 (SUSE-SA:2010:021)
  • 8 Kernel Review
    • 8.1 KernelTrap: Linux: 2.6.34-rc4, “Hunting A Really Annoying VM Regression”
    • 8.2 h-online/Thorsten Leemhuis: Kernel Log – Coming in 2.6.34 (Part 1) – Network Support
    • 8.3 LinuxWeeklyNews/Corbet: Kernel prepatch 2.6.34-rc4
    • 8.4 Rares Aioanei: Weekly Kernel Review with openSUSE Flavor 15th Week
  • 9 Tips and Tricks
    • 9.1 For Desktop Users
      • 9.1.1 Stefan Seyfried: Rearranging Accounts in Claws-Mail
      • 9.1.2 Free Software Magazine/Daniel Escasa: New-line search & replace in Writer — the lazy way
    • 9.2 For Commandline/Script Newbies
      • 9.2.1 Joe Shaw: avchd to mp4/h264/aac conversion
      • 9.2.2 The Geek Stuff/Sasikala: Unix Bash Alias Tutorial – Handle Alias Command Like Jennifer Garner
    • 9.3 For Developers and Programmers
      • 9.3.1 IBM developerWorks/Roderick W. Smith: Migrate to GRUB 2 – Transitioning to a new boot loader
    • 9.4 For System Administrators
      • 9.4.1 Wallen: Luckybackup: Linux backup made easy
      • 9.4.2 MakeTechEasier/Joshua Price: Choosing The Best Linux Filesystem For Your PC
      • 9.4.3 Brockmeier: Ncat: The Network Swiss Army Knife
  • 10 Planet SUSE
    • 10.1 Mike McCallister: Reminder: Speaking to Milwaukee PHP User Group
    • 10.2 Frank Karlitschek (karli): ownCloud status
  • 11 openSUSE Forums
    • 11.1 su or su – which?
    • 11.2 Browsers won’t play Flash sound!?
    • 11.3 Configure Xen Virtualization
    • 11.4 What You do not like about openSUSE?
  • 12 On the Web
    • 12.1 Announcements
      • 12.1.1 Aaron Seigo: 2010 Plasma Javascript Jam Session Winners Announced
    • 12.2 Call for participation
      • 12.2.1 GNOME 3.0 cleanup: Call to module developers
    • 12.3 Reports
      • 12.3.1 Security Blanket Technical Blog: File Systems
      • 12.3.2 CNET News/Dave Rosenberg: Linux: Strong and getting stronger
      • 12.3.3 LinuxPlanet/Sean Michael Kerner: Linux Kernel Devs: We Need New Blood
    • 12.4 Reviews and Essays
      • 12.4.1 TechRadar/Graham Morrison: How to switch your small or home office to Linux – Save time and money with free, open source software
    • 12.5 Warnings
      • 12.5.1 US-CERT Cyber Security Alert SA10-103C — Adobe Reader and Acrobat Vulnerabilities
    • 12.6 LOL
      • 12.6.1 Datamation/Oliver Widder: Tech Comics: “A Day in the Life of a Coder”
  • 13 Feedback / Communicate / Get Involved
  • 14 Credits
  • 15 Translations

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