Here’s a summary of new items from Thursday, January 3 that did not have their own blog entry:
1. Pulp 2.0 released. Pulp, a Red Hat-sponsored project, is a “platform for managing repositories of content, such as software packages, and pushing that content out to large numbers of consumers.” The image below gives a visual summary of what you can do with Pulp. Read the release announcement here.
2. OpenMediaVault updated to version 0.4.11. OpenMediaVault is a Debian-based network attached storage (NAS) distribution. It features a Web-based management interface, support for LVM via a plugin system, link aggregation, Wake On Lan, etc. The update announcement is available here.
3. OpenMandriva Association is officially incorporated. OpenMandriva Association is the French non-governmental organization, an Association de loi 1901, set up to oversee the development of Open Mandriva, a community-supported version of the former Mandriva Linux. Details here.
4. Two TurkTrust certificates revoked – The Mozilla Foundation revoked trust in two TurkTrust root certificates included in its certificate authority (CA) certificate program. TurkTrust mis-issued two intermediate certificates, one of which has likely been used in a man-in-the-middle (MITM) traffic manipulation. More information here.