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VyOS 2.0 development digest #2

In the previous post we talked about the reasons for rewrite, design and implementation issues, and basic ideas. Now it's time to get to details. Today we'll mostly talk about ...
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VyOS talk at the SDN meetup in Barcelona

Looks like it's a blogging day, with the VyOS 2.0 digest #2 on the way... Tomorrow at 19:45 local time, Yuriy Andamasov (that's syncer on #vyos) gives a talk at the SDN and ...
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Why services and not donations

This was originally intended as a reply to a comment in the VyOS 2.0 digest #1 post, but that would be a rather long reply to post in comments I guess. This question is brought ...
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VyOS 2.0 development digest #1

I keep talking about the future VyOS 2.0 and how we all should be doing it, but I guess my biggest mistake is not being public enough, and not being structured enough. In the ...
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Sentrium Cyber Monday promotion: get some free hands on assistance hours with every VyOS commercial support plan

Hi everyone, This summer,  Sentrium, an IT consulting company ran by some of long time VyOS developers and users, launched commercial support for VyOS, something that we think ...
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VyOS servers issue resolved

Hi everyone, The hardware issue is resolved, and our servers are back to life. Thanks to http://openitc.co.uk/ for hosting those machines, and for always being helpful and ...
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Some VyOS servers are down

Hi everyone, Due to a hardware issue our hoster is having, some our servers are down. What's down is the wiki.vyos.net/forum.vyos.net host and the packages.vyos.net hosts. The ...
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Informal meeting of VyOS users in Barcelona

If you are in Barcelona this October, we have some news for you. There is a plan to organize an informal meeting of VyOS users and all interested in open source routing, roughly ...
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CVE-2016-5696, development meeting, and other things

TCP vulnerability and its fix There was a vulnerability discovered in the implementation of TCP in Linux (CVE-2016-5696) that is remotely exploitable and allows an attacker to ...
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VyOS remote management library for Python

Someone on Facebook rightfully noted that lately there's been more work on the infrastructure than development. This is true, but that work on infrastructure was long overdue and ...
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