Naming of the nightly builds

Posted 5 Apr, 2018 by Daniil Baturin

Naming of the nightly builds

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VyOS builds now use the deb.debian.net load balanced mirror

Posted 12 Jan, 2018 by Daniil Baturin

VyOS builds now use the deb.debian.net load balanced mirror

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No new features in Perl and shell and no old style templates since May 2018

Posted 10 Jan, 2018 by Daniil Baturin

No new features in Perl and shell and no old style templates since May 2018

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VyOS 1.2.0 repository re-structuring

Posted 5 Feb, 2017 by Daniil Baturin

VyOS 1.2.0 repository re-structuring

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VyOS 2.0 development digest #9: socket communication functionality, complete parser, and open tasks

Posted 15 Jan, 2017 by Daniil Baturin

VyOS 2.0 development digest #9: socket communication functionality, complete parser, and open tasks

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VyOS 2.0 development digest #8: vote for or against the new tag node syntax, and the protobuf schema

Posted 5 Jan, 2017 by Daniil Baturin

VyOS 2.0 development digest #8: vote for or against the new tag node syntax, and the protobuf schema

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VyOS 2.0 development digest #7: Python coding guidelines for config scripts in 1.2.0, and config parser for VyConf

Posted 4 Jan, 2017 by Daniil Baturin

VyOS 2.0 development digest #7: Python coding guidelines for config scripts in 1.2.0, and config parser for VyConf

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VyOS 2.0 development digest #6: new beginner-friendly tasks, design questions, and the details of the config tree

Posted 31 Dec, 2016 by Daniil Baturin

VyOS 2.0 development digest #6: new beginner-friendly tasks, design questions, and the details of the config tree

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VyOS 2.0 development digest #5: doing 1.2.x and 2.0 development in parallel

Posted 22 Dec, 2016 by Daniil Baturin

VyOS 2.0 development digest #5: doing 1.2.x and 2.0 development in parallel

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VyOS 2.0 development digest #4: simple tasks for beginners, and the reasons to learn (and use) OCaml

Posted 21 Dec, 2016 by Daniil Baturin

VyOS 2.0 development digest #4: simple tasks for beginners, and the reasons to learn (and use) OCaml

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