Category Archives: Koji

Presenting at UTOSC 2012

Well, it looks like I’ve been roped into presenting at the Utah Open Source Conference (UTOSC) 2012 again! :) I’ll be presenting three times, in fact. The first will be on my latest project, GoOSe Linux – Rebuilding Enterprise Linux … Continue reading

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Flying through RPM Builds with Koji: Pass #1 Results

Well, it looks like we’re just about finished with Pass #1 to build all of the imported SRPMs we can from upstream. The GoOSe Project results are looking good. Build statistics from 2011-11-01 through 2011-12-09 Completed Builds: 658 Failed Builds: … Continue reading

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Releasing skein 2.0 into the wild – Grapple gets a client function

The GoOSe Project has been very busy over the past two weeks. This evening, after dinner, I will be releasing skein 2.0. It’s major functionality will be documented and placed in the RELEASE.rst file on github. Essentially, the request, query, … Continue reading

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Building an OS: The workflow!

Over the past few months, I’ve been working on a project which has inspired me to think about how a complete Operating System is built from the ground up. Luckily for me, this process is pretty well documented by the … Continue reading

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