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With summer fast approaching in Boston, I appreciate the FSF office's air conditioning system. It keeps us comfortable in the heat, but during the record-breaking snowfall this winter, the system broke down, and as a result I found myself on an unexpected adventure.
A new vulnerability, known as "Padding Oracle On Downloaded Legacy Encryption" (POODLE), has been discovered in the SSL protocol.
The FSF has a new out-of-band notification account at https://pumprock.net/fsfstatus. We post updates on planned and unplanned service outages there.
We want to commend Google for doing the right thing.
Google users can still send subscription requests to contacts whose accounts are hosted elsewhere. But they cannot accept incoming requests. This change is akin to Google no longer accepting incoming e-mail for @gmail.com addresses from non-Google domains. That would be unthinkable.
I would like to take a few moments to introduce Buffalo, the access point and router which provides network connectivity to portable computers in the FSF's office.
June 6th, 2012 is World IPv6 Day. The most important GNU/FSF sites are available on native IPv6.
The GNU/FSF servers are moving between February 22nd and March 1st, 2012. There will be service interruptions during that period. There will be a multi-hour outage for most services on February 28th, 2012, starting at 10am EST (UTC/GMT -5).
If you know a Boston-area company or institution that could offer us colocated hosting and bandwidth, we could use your help!
Hi! My name is Martin Dluhos and I am very fortunate to have an opportunity to intern with the systems team at the FSF this summer.