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Many FOSS projects that are included in distros seem to be relying mostly on one or two part-time developers, if there are any at all. This is in addition to the usual distro problems of a lack of packagers, maintainers, and bug triagers. This leads to developer burnout, bitrot, contributes to security problems (like Heartbleed in OpenSSL), and an outdated user experience (old GUIs and lack of hardware support). A few projects I know of with this problem are: XSane (scanner front-end for SANE): single dev, last update 2013 foo2 (many printer drivers): single dev, seems often frustrated by ghostscript breakage DansGuardian (Web content filter, used by some libraries): no devs? gphoto (digital photography): One active dev? (I'm not including games because as art they either have mass appeal or they don't, and their abandonment doesn't represent a loss of a fundamental dependency of other programs or expected usability. Steam, Humble Bundle, and GOG.com are solving that problem anyways.) There is a recurring hypothetical question of what happens if Linus is hit by a truck, but this would have limited impact on kernel development due to the number of active developers. But many other projects which greatly enhance the user experience are at risk of abandonment or already have been. Obviously some deficiencies become less important with age like drivers (3dfx, soft modems) and some require expertise and resources that are hard to find (OCR, voice recognition). But there seems to be many mainstream projects that are at risk. Is there any way to identify projects that are at risk? Ubuntu has popcon which shows package popularity by installation and maintainers, but this doesn't show changes from upstream. What I would like to see is a comprehensive list of project development activity and number of developers, ranked by distro popularity. submitted by /u/jhansonxi [link] [comments]

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I want to turn one of my PC's to a Home Server. I will be doing several things with it. One of the main thing is to use it as a DNS,Proxy server and monitor what other people connected to my network are doing online. The problem is I tried to turn it into a gateway/router server but failed. Is there anyway I can make this happen. I do have 2 network cards on my pc. Thank You submitted by /u/mar9a7louwa [link] [comments]

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perf record --call-graph=lbr gets a lot of data and perf report sometimes becomes very slow. However, profiling less data is too sparse. submitted by /u/sstewartgallus [link] [comments]

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