The pkg-postgresql team packages the core Postgres database server/client, the supporting postgresql-common infrastructure, as well as numerous extensions and 3rd party projects around it. In addition, some of its members also maintain the official Postgres APT repository at apt.postgresql.org. This repository hosts not only the default Postgres version per Debian (and Ubuntu) relase, but also all other upstream supported versions.
This talk will present how Postgres works in Debian/Ubuntu, give an overview of the pkg-postgresql team’s work, highlight some of the most useful extensions and projects and also briefly present the changes in Postgres between the releases for jessie (9.4) and stretch (9.6), as well as in the upcoming 10 release.
Debichem is a Debian pure blend that focuses on chemistry-related software. While it was easy to package all FLOSS projects in the field back in the early 2000s when Debichem started, nowadays the number of upstream projects has increased considerably while the number of project members as stayed consistently low over the years.
This talk will give an overview of what’s new for Debichem in stretch, and what the plans for buster are.
This will be a screening of the film “The Internet’s Own Boy: The Story of Aaron Swartz” by Brian Knappenberger.
See https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Internet%27s_Own_Boy and http://www.imdb.com/title/tt3268458/ for more information.
Discussing about future fundraising ideas for DebConf18