Recent Posts

Fedora November Worklog

26 December 2017

This is a list of the activities I have performed as a Fedora Project contributor in November, 2017. This was a slow month for my Fedora contributions (as December will be), since I am quite busy working on my master’s degree dissertation. Packaging Activities Updates Update rubygem-cri to 2.10.1 Update python-ufolib to 2.1.1 Update python-mutatormath to 2.1.0 Update flawfinder to 2.0.5 Update go-i18n to 1.10.0 Updated hugo to 0.

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Last weekend I attended the first Linux Developer Conference Brazil at Universidade Estadual de Campinas (Unicamp). It was an event focused on the upstream development of low level components related to Linux, such as gcc, systemtap and the Linux kernel itself. The event was organized by a few contributors of some of these upstream projects, like the kernel, and was sponsored by companies that work directly with it (among them were openSUSE and Collabora).

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Fedora October Worklog

6 November 2017

This is a list of the activities I have performed as a Fedora Project contributor in October, 2017. The most time consuming task was related to hugo maintenance: we finally got hugo packaged in Fedora >= 27 on its latest version. I decided not to package it into Fedora 26 and under, since Fedora 27 is almost out and providing a f26 package would require a lot of extra work.

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Fedora September Work Log

2 October 2017

Hugo review is finally over. It is already in rawhide and I will try to push it to f27 before the final release is out. Thanks for everyone that helped with all the (never ending) reviews. Joined the x86 SIG and built the kernel applying a specific patch on it to make sure a specific bug was fixed. Here are my raw notes: 2017-09-06: First review on golang-github-golang-sync input on https://pagure.

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My Fedora Work Logs

2 October 2017

Since the end of June, I have been logging some of the activities I perform in the Fedora project. I say some, because it is hard to log every thing you do inside the community (e.g.: does patching a project upstream count as Fedora activity?). Essentially, the logs contain packaging activity. I will try to post these logs in this blog often. In this post I will aggregate all the past logs I have, which were not posted anywhere else.

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Recent Publications

  • “A study on low complexity models to predict flaws in the Linux source code” Lucas Kanashiro, Athos Ribeiro, David Carlos Silva, Paulo Meirelles, Antonio Terceiro Kanashiro, L., Ribeiro, A., Silva, D., Meirelles, P., & Terceiro, A. (2017, June). A study on low complexity models to predict flaws in the Linux source code. In Information Systems and Technologies (CISTI), 2017 12th Iberian Conference on (pp. 1-6). IEEE. Abstract  pdf  Proceedings
  • “SATE V Ockham Sound Analysis Criteria” Paul E. Black and Athos Ribeiro. March 2016, NIST Internal Report (IR) 8113. DOI 10.6028/NIST.IR.8113 or The data and programs to reproduce these results are available at DOI 10.18434/T4WC7V or (9.3 Megabytes download, 390 Megabytes uncompressed). A README file is available at Abstract  pdf
  • “Password policy languages: usable translation from the informal to the formal.” Michelle Steves, Mary Theofanos, Celia Paulsen, Athos Ribeiro. In Human Aspects of Information Security, Privacy and Trust: 3rd International Conference, HAS 2015, Held as Part of HCI International 2015, Los Angeles, CA, USA, August 2-7, 2015. Proceedings, pp. 119-130. Springer International Publishing, 2015. Abstract  Proceedings

Recent Presentations


Athos Ribeiro, Software Engineer, Graduate Student in the Institute of Mathematics and Statistics at University of São Paulo and contributor at the Fedora Project



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