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Free Software: Xidel, Scrivano, Response, Apache, and Mozilla

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  • Xidel is an open-source data extraction tool

    Xidel is a command line tool to download and extract data from HTML/XML pages or JSON-APIs, using CSS, XPath 3.0, XQuery 3.0, JSONiq or pattern matching. It can also create new or transformed XML/HTML/JSON documents.

    It is a platform-independent package which runs on Windows, Linux, and macOS.

  • Key stakeholders debated the future of Router Freedom in Austria

    Together with the Alliance of Telecommunication Terminal Equipment Manufacturers (VTKE), the FSFE organised the online event "The Future of Router Freedom in Austria" where decision makers could debate with industry and civil society stakeholders on the future developments regarding the free choice of terminal equipment in Austria.

    The Free Software Foundation Europe (FSFE) and the Alliance of Telecommunication Terminal Equipment Manufacturers (VTKE) organised an online session about the future of Router Freedom in Austria. In this session, key stakeholders had the opportunity to debate and raise arguments supporting free choice of terminal equipment for internet connection.

  • Scrivano is a New App to Take Handwritten Notes on Linux - OMG! Ubuntu!

    If I asked you to name a handwritten note-taking app for Linux chases are you’d namecheck Xournal++. It’s arguably the best one out there as it’s open source, well featured, and a real best-in-class application.

    But there’s always room for more.

    Scrivano is a relatively new hand-written note taking app for Linux (and Windows) that could prove itself handy for anyone looking to jot down hand-written notes, draw simple charts and diagrams, mark-up images, and other similarly nimble tasks.

    The app features four different paper backgrounds: Plain, Lined, Grid, or Dotted. The space between the lines/dots/grid spaces are all configurable too, which is great if you want to get really detailed with sketches and notes.

  • Response is an open-source responsiveness testing tool

    Response is a free, open-source lightweight program built for developers to test their web pages against several screens.

    You can use it to test any live page responsiveness or against your local development pages.

    It is built using Vala for Linux systems, and it is available as a Flatpak package on Flathub, and as a Deb package for Debian and Ubuntu -based distros.

  • The Apache Software Foundation Announces Apache® YuniKorn™ as a Top-Level Project : The Apache Software Foundation Blog

    The Apache Software Foundation (ASF), the all-volunteer developers, stewards, and incubators of more than 350 Open Source projects and initiatives, announced today Apache® YuniKorn™ as a Top-Level Project (TLP).

  • The Apache News Round-up: week ending 13 May 2022

    Hello, everyone --let's review the Apache community's activities from over the past week...

  • Revocation Reason Codes for TLS Server Certificates - Mozilla Security Blog

    In our continued efforts to improve the security of the web PKI, we are taking a multi-pronged approach to tackling some long-existing problems with revocation of TLS server certificates. In addition to our ongoing CRLite work, we added new requirements to version 2.8 of Mozilla’s Root Store Policy that will enable Firefox to depend on revocation reason codes being used consistently, so they can be relied on when verifying the validity of certificates during TLS connections. We also added a new requirement that CA operators provide their full CRL URLs in the CCADB. This will enable Firefox to pre-load more complete certificate revocation data, eliminating dependency on the infrastructure of CAs during the certificate verification part of establishing TLS connections. The combination of these two new sets of requirements will further enable Firefox to enforce revocation checking of TLS server certificates, which makes TLS connections even more secure.

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