How to Install OwnCloud in Debian 10

Owncloud is a market-leading online file sharing system that lets you back up and shares your files with ease. If you are not a fan of DropBox or Google Drive, then OwnCloud is a…
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Microsoft Releases PowerShell 7 for Windows, macOS and Linux

Microsoft has announced that its cross-platform automation tool and configuration framework PowerShell 7 is now generally available. From a report: Available for Windows, macOS and Linux, PowerShell 7 sees Microsoft moving from .NET Core 2.x to 3.1 which enables greater backwards compatibility with existing Windows PowerShell modules thanks to the resurrection of numerous .NET Framework APIs. The cross-platform nature of PowerShell 7 means that Ubuntu, openSUSE, Fedora, Debian and other Linux distro are embraced. Joey Aiello, product manager of PowerShell, says: “If you weren’t able to use PowerShell Core 6.x in the past because of module compatibility issues, this might be the first time you get to take advantage of some of the awesome features we already delivered since we started the Core project!”

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RedHat Summit 2020 Cancelled, Now a Free Virtual Event

bobthesungeek76036 writes: COVID-19 has another victim: RedHat has cancelled this year’s Summit event in San Francisco and it will now be a virtual event. “We are taking this precautionary measure after closely monitoring developments with coronavirus (COVID-19) and guidance from the CDC, WHO, and other health authorities,” reads a statement on Red Hat’s website. “We know you have questions, and we will continue to share answers as they become available. Stay tuned to the Red Hat blog for additional information.”

The free, multi-day, virtual event will take place April 28-29, 2020. Attendees who were registered for Red Hat Summit will automatically be registered for Red Hat Summit Virtual Experience at no charge. Those who registered will also have the option to either roll over their pass to Red Hat Summit 2021 or receive a refund.

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SXSW Canceled Due To Coronavirus After Austin Declares ‘Local Disaster’

South by Southwest, the annual tech, film and music conference held in Austin, Texas, has been canceled due to concerns surrounding the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak. From a report: Local government officials announced the update at a press conference Friday afternoon discussing the status of the outbreak and events in the city. Austin’s Mayor Steve Adler said he had declared a local disaster in the city and issued an order canceling the conference. In a statement on its website, SXSW said it would “faithfully follow the City’s directions.” “We are devastated to share this news with you,” organizers wrote in a statement on the SXSW website. The show must go on is in our DNA, and this is the first time in 34 years that the March event will not take place. We are now working through the ramifications of this unprecedented situation.” Austin officials said there are no confirmed cases


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Announcing a New Open Database of Court Information, IDs, and Parsers

One court, many names: The “Supreme Court of Massachusetts”, the “Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts”, “The State of Mass. Supreme Court”, the “Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court”, and the list goes on. Courtesy of Wikipedia

Since 2010 when we launched CourtListener, one of our goals has been to build a complete, accurate, and audited collection of open case law. Today that goal takes a major step forward as we announce a new tool we have built to parse court data.
A critical step in parsing court opinions is knowing which court produced the opinion. Unfortunately, courts change their names over time and so we encounter opinions from the “Supreme Court of Massachusetts”, the “Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts”, and the “Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court”, among others. These are all names for the very same court of last resort in Massachusetts, so we created a tool that recognizes all these varied names.
We


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