Drupal 7 and 8 core critical release on April 25th, 2018 PSA-2018-003

There will be a security release of Drupal 7.x, 8.4.x, and 8.5.x on April 25th, 2018 between 16:00 – 18:00 UTC. This PSA is to notify that the Drupal core release is outside of the regular schedule of security releases. For all security updates, the Drupal Security Team urges you to reserve time for core updates at that time because there is some risk that exploits might be developed within hours or days. Security release announcements will appear on the Drupal.org security advisory page.
This security release is a follow-up to the one released as SA-CORE-2018-002 on March 28.
Sites on 7.x or 8.5.x can immediately update when the advisory is released using the normal procedure.
Sites on 8.4.x should immediately update to the 8.4.8 release that will be provided in the advisory, and then plan to update to 8.5.3 or the latest security release as soon as possible (since 8.4.x no longer

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Heptio launches an open-source load balancer for Kubernetes and OpenStack

Heptio is one of the more interesting companies in the container ecosystem. In part, that’s due to the simple fact that it was founded by Craig McLuckie and Joe Beda, two of the three engineers behind the original Kubernetes project, but also because of the technology it’s developing and the large amount of funding it has raised to date.

As the company announced today, it saw its revenue grow 140 percent from the last quarter of 2017 to the first quarter of 2018. In addition, Heptio says its headcount quadrupled since the beginning of 2017. Without any actual numbers, that kind of data doesn’t mean all that much. It’s easy to achieve high-growth numbers if you’re starting out from zero, after all. But it looks like things are going well at the company and that the team is finding its place in the fast-growing Kubernetes ecosystem.
In addition to announcing these numbers,

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Why it took a long time to build the tiny link preview on Wikipedia

Preview cards now show when you hover over a link ohhh yeeehh (and yes, I use Wikipedia’s mobile skin for my desktop browsing). Text from the indicated Wikipedia articles, CC BY-SA 3.0.
A few days ago, my team launched a new feature on Wikipedia called “page previews”. People seem to like it— we are seeing 5,000 hits to our API a minute to serve those cards that show when you hover over any link.
On the surface it looks quite simple. It’s something many websites have already. It has an image and some text and shows when you hover over a link. Hardly groundbreaking stuff … or so it may seem.
The original idea was conceived four years ago, based on an idea from a volunteer/editor many years before that.
It’s thus taken a few years for us to get this out to everyone. That might seem strange, but like an iceberg, once you start looking below it, it all makes

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Linux Kernel 4.15 Reached End of Life, Users Urged to Move to Linux 4.16 Now

softpedia: Now, nearly three months and only eighteen maintenance updates later, the Linux 4.15 kernel series reached end of life and it will no longer receive support.

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How to install Coppermine Photo Gallery on Ubuntu 16.04 LTS

Coppermine is a free, open source, fully featured and integrated photo gallery software written in PHP that allows us to publish and manage a collection of pictures, create personal photo albums, group albums by categories, send e-cards, organize images and photos. In this tutorial, we will learn how to install Coppermine Photo Gallery on Ubuntu 16.04 LTS.

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