Joe Dalton | 23 Oct 17:27 2014

Re: [Debian] pakkebeskrivelse electrum (bitcoin-program) til gennemlæsning

Tak Klaus, er rettet

Den tors 23/10/14 skrev Klaus Rasmussen <claudius01 <at>>:

 Emne: Re: [Debian] pakkebeskrivelse electrum (bitcoin-program) til gennemlæsning
 Til: "Joe Dalton" <joedalton2 <at>>
 Dato: torsdag 23. oktober 2014 09.11

 Næstsidste punkt: ti skal være til.
 Ser ellers OK ud.


 Klaus Rasmussen

 2014-10-23 8:44 GMT+02:00
 Joe Dalton <joedalton2 <at>>:
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 # Package(s): electrum

 # Prioritize: 47

 # Versions: electrum (1.9.8-2)

 # This Description is active
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Joe Dalton | 23 Oct 08:44 2014

[Debian] pakkebeskrivelse electrum (bitcoin-program) til gennemlæsning

# Source: electrum
# Package(s): electrum
# Prioritize: 47
# Versions: electrum (1.9.8-2)
# This Description is active
# This Description is owned
Description: Easy to use bitcoin client
 This package provides a lightweight Bitcoin client which protects
 you from losing your bitcoins in a backup mistake or computer
 failure. Also, Electrum does not require waiting time because it does
 not download the Bitcoin blockchain.
 Features of Electrum:
   * Instant on: Your client does not download the blockchain. It uses a
     network of specialized servers that index the blockchain.
   * Forgiving: Your wallet can be recovered from a secret seed.
   * Safe: Your seed and private keys are encrypted on your hard drive.
     They are never sent to the servers.
   * Low trust: Information received from the servers is verified using
     SPV. Servers are authenticated using SSL
   * No downtimes: Your client is not tied to a particular server; it
     will switch instantly if your server is down.
   * Ubiquitous: You can use the same wallet on different computers, they
     will synchronize automatically.
   * Cold Storage: Sign transactions from a computer that is always
     offline. Broadcast them using a machine that does not have your keys.
   * Reachable: You can export your private keys into other Bitcoin
    * Established: Electrum is open source and was first released in
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Joe Dalton | 22 Oct 23:44 2014

[Debian] pakkebeskrivelse sympow til gennemlæsning (matematik)

# Source: sympow
# Package(s): sympow
# Prioritize: 50
# Versions: sympow (1.023-1)
# This Description is active
# This Description is owned
Description: mathematical program for SYMmetric POWer elliptic curve L-functions -- program
 SYMPOW is a mathematical program to compute special values of symmetric
 power elliptic curve L-functions; it can compute up to about 64 digits
 of precision.
 This package provides the SYMPOW program itself.
Description-da: Matematisk program for SÝMmetric POWer elliptiske kurve-L-funktioner - program
 SYMPOW er et matematisk program til beregning af specielle værdier for
 symmetriske kraft elliptiske kurve-L-funktioner; det kan beregne op til
 cirka 64-cifres præcision.
 Denne pakke tilbyder selve programmet SYMPOW.

Joe Dalton | 21 Oct 20:34 2014

[Debian] pakkebeskrivelse ergo til gennemlæsning

# Source: ergo
# Package(s): ergo
# Prioritize: 47
# Versions: ergo (3.4.0-1), ergo (3.3.1-3), ergo (3.2.1-1), ergo (3.3.1-1), ergo (3.3.1-2)
# This Description is active
# This Description is owned
Description: Quantum chemistry program for large-scale calculations
 ErgoSCF is a quantum chemistry program for large-scale self-consistent field
 calculations.  It employs modern linear scaling techniques like fast multipole
 methods, hierarchic sparse matrix algebra, density matrix purification, and
 efficient integral screening.  Linear scaling is achieved not only in terms of
 CPU usage but also memory utilization.  It uses Gaussian basis sets.
 It can compute single-point energies for the following methods:
  * Restricted and unrestricted Hartree-Fock (HF) theory
  * Restricted and unrestricted Kohn-Sham density functional theory (DFT)
  * Full Configuration-Interaction (FCI)
 The following Exchange-Correlational (XC) density functionals are included:
  * Local Density Approximation (LDA)
  * Gradient-corrected (GGA) XC functionals BLYP, BP86, PW91 and PBE
  * Hybrid XC functionals B3LYP, BHandHLYP, PBE0 and CAMB3LYP
 Further features include:
  * Linear response calculations (polarizabilities and excitation energies) for
    restricted reference densities
  * External electric fields
  * Electron dynamics via Time-Dependent Hartree-Fock (TDHF)
Description-da: Kvante-kemiprogram for beregninger i stor skala
 ErgoSCF er et kvantekemisk program for storstilet selvkonsistent
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Joe Dalton | 21 Oct 20:30 2014

[Debian] pakkebeskrivelse elasticsearch til gennemlæsning

# Source: elasticsearch
# Package(s): elasticsearch
# Prioritize: 47
# Versions: elasticsearch (1.0.3+dfsg-3), elasticsearch (1.0.3+dfsg-2)
# This Description is active
# This Description is owned
Description: Open Source, Distributed, RESTful Search Engine
 Elasticsearch is a distributed RESTful search engine built for the cloud.
 Features include:
 + Distributed and Highly Available Search Engine.
   - Each index is fully sharded with a configurable number of shards.
   - Each shard can have one or more replicas.
   - Read / Search operations performed on either one of the replica shard.
 + Multi Tenant with Multi Types.
   - Support for more than one index.
   - Support for more than one type per index.
   - Index level configuration (number of shards, index storage, ...).
 + Various set of APIs
   - Native Java API.
   - All APIs perform automatic node operation rerouting.
 + Document oriented
   - No need for upfront schema definition.
   - Schema can be defined per type for customization of the indexing process.
 + Reliable, Asynchronous Write Behind for long term persistency.
 + (Near) Real Time Search.
 + Built on top of Lucene
   - Each shard is a fully functional Lucene index
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Joe Dalton | 21 Oct 20:29 2014

[Debian] pakkebeskrivelse python-tables til gennemlæsning

# Source: pytables
# Package(s): python-tables
# Prioritize: 48
# Versions: python-tables (3.1.1-3), python-tables (3.1.1-2), python-tables (3.1.1-1),
python-tables (3.1.0-2), python-tables (3.1.0-1), python-tables (3.0.0-2)
# This Description is active
# This Description is owned
Description: hierarchical database for Python based on HDF5
 PyTables is a hierarchical database package designed to efficiently
 manage very large amounts of data. PyTables is built on top of the
 HDF5 library and the NumPy package. It features an object-oriented
 interface that, combined with natural naming and C-code generated
 from Pyrex sources, makes it a fast, yet extremely easy to use tool
 for interactively save and retrieve large amounts of data.
  - Compound types (records) can be used entirely from Python (i.e. it
    is not necessary to use C for taking advantage of them).
  - The tables are both enlargeable and compressible.
  - I/O is buffered, so you can get very fast I/O, specially with
    large tables.
  - Very easy to select data through the use of iterators over the
    rows in tables. Extended slicing is supported as well.
  - It supports the complete set of NumPy, Numeric and numarray objects.
 This is the Python 2 version of the package.
Description-da: Hierarkisk database for Python baseret på HDF5
 PyTables er en hierarkisk database designet til effektivt at håndtere
 meget store mængder af data. PyTables er bygget oven på HDF5-biblioteket
 og pakken NumPy. Den indeholder en objektorienteret grænseflade som,
 kombineret med naturlig navngivning og C-kode oprettet fra Pyrex-kilder,
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Joe Dalton | 21 Oct 18:03 2014

[Debian] pakkebeskrivelse elog til gennemlæsning

# Source: elog
# Package(s): elog
# Prioritize: 47
# Versions: elog (2.9.2+2014.05.11git44800a7-1)
# This Description is active
# This Description is owned
Description: Logbook system to manage notes through a Web interface
 The Electronic Logbook (ELOG) provides a Web interface to manage notes.  Its
 general purpose is to make it easy for people to put and access information
 online; in the form of short, time stamped text messages with optional HTML
 markup for presentation, and optional file attachments.  ELOG has its own
 daemon, there is no need for a full-fledged server (e.g. Apache).  It stores
 notes as simple as plain text; no special formatting.  Its features:
   * Personal logbooks: Personal notes can be written into ELOG and can then be
     retrieved from anywhere with a Web browser.
   * Shared logbooks: Logbooks can be shared by several people, for reading and
     optionally for writing.  Work groups can share and exchange information
     like in a (simplified) news group.
   * Small databases: Since arbitrary attributes can be defined for a logbook,
     it can be used as a small database with search facilities.
   * Problem collections: A system can consist of two logbooks, in one of which
     users enter bugs or problems.  Whenever someone adds a problem, an email
     is automatically sent to the administrator.
   * Shift logbooks: If the Allow delete and Allow edit flags are off, an entry
     cannot be modified once it's been entered.  This can be useful for shift
     logbooks for example in Physics experiments where each entry becomes a
     "document" with a time and author stamp.
   * File collections: Since files can be attached to ELOG entries, the system
     can be used to store and retrieve files.
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Lars Tørnes Hansen | 20 Oct 23:17 2014

Hver email fra email listen sendes 2 gange.

Jeg får af uransagelige årsager altid den samme email fra listen 
tilsendt 2 gange.

Jeg tror derfor at min email adresse er indsat 2 gange i email listen.
Er der nogen der kan lave det sådan at jeg kun modtager en email fra 
email listen?


Lars Tørnes Hansen | 19 Oct 02:06 2014



Jeg loggede ind på Transifex via min GitHub konto, så mit brugernavn på 
Transifex blev: larsth, Lars Tørnes Hansen

Jeg har lavet noget oversættelse (ca 13%) til den nye galculator, men 
jeg skal være medlem af dansk gruppen på Transifex først.
Efter at have ledt noget tid efter en "request" for medlemsskab af 
danskgruppen og absolut intet har fundet, (hvilket fortæller om hvor 
dårligt den funktion er lavet,) så ville det være fint hvis nogen lige 
sender et invite til mig på Transifex.


Den 18-10-2014 kl. 14:53 skrev Joe Dalton:
> Velkommen til Lars, du er kommet til et sted hvor der altid er noget at lave/hjælpe med. :o)
> kunne se at du skrev MATE, er også selv glad for den version.
> det meste af MATE er oversat (via den gamle gnome 2 og de ting som er fælles med gnome 3 samt de forskelle der
har udviklet sig), men der kommer en ny videnskabelig lommeregner til den næste MATE-version
galculator, den kunne vi godt bruge lidt hjælp til. Det foregår på Transifex og kræver en konto der.
Halvdelen er oversat p.t.
> mvh
> Joe
> --------------------------------------------
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Lars Tørnes Hansen | 17 Oct 21:30 2014


Hej Dansk Gruppen

Ask har bedt mig om lige at skrive en introduktion af mig selv.

Jeg hedder Lars Tørnes Hansen, og har følgende andre navne på sociale medier:
  • Goggle+: Mit fulde navn.
  • Twitter: <at> LarsTHansen (advarsel: Mange tweets om rummet/rumfart, mange tweets med billeder, og en hel del om Go programmering, )
  • Forum på lath
  • IRC, Freenode: lars_t_h
  • Facebook: Jeg er ikke på FB og kommer aldrig til det!
Af uddannelser har jeg 2: Datamatiker, og ingeniør ud i Information og kommunikationsteknolgi (IKT/IT) med specialisering i Teknisk IT, og indlejrede systemer.
Jeg har været bruger af Linux siden November 1999. Ubuntu bruger siden April 2008.

Jeg har været bruger af Linux styresystemer i rigtig mange år, så synes jeg at jeg også burde give noget tilbage.
For nogle år siden begynde jeg så altid at bruge tid på at melde om fejl i de programmer jeg bruger.

Hvad angår oversættelser kom jeg ind i det fordi Ubuntu MATE 14.10 installationsprogrammet (Ubiquity) manglede dansk oversættelser. Det var sjovt nok at lave oversættelser, så det vil jeg godt fortsætte med - og senere håber jeg at kunne lave noget ny software.

Jeg har lige installeret Gtranslator med Synaptic.

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