While I don't know what F5 is *supposed* to do on that certain other platform, I agree with the sentiment.
The New York Times web folks share in their open source blog.
I was not happy about continuing to be a Zope developer. Now I'm better.
Tres Seaver, Paul Everitt and I decided after two years to record another podcast broadly about Zope (the "zopecast").
Buildit makes it easier to create a repeatable deployment of software in a particular configuration. This is release 1.1.
Release 3.0a3 of the UNIX process controller known as supervisor.
With a police escort.
bogeymill complained that I didn't offer alternatives to each point in my "What Not To Do When Writing Python Software".
Kindly take note.
I'm sad about logging.
Guilty. But this is useful.
From what I can tell, Theo de Raadt can be pretty abrasive. Acknowledging that, he's still right.
meld3 is an HTML/XML templating system for Python 2.3+ which keeps template markup and dynamic rendering logic separate from one another.
Another alpha release in the 3.0 line of the supervisor UNIX process controller.
I talk too much about nontech stuff here, so I'm going to start a tech-only RSS feed to submit to the boring-only aggregators.