Monthly Archives: February 2017

PostX Gnu/Linux 0.5 release goals

I have released a draft of PostX Gnu/Linux 0.5 release goals. The draft might change during the development. Still, it does provide some guidance towards what is coming next. PostX Gnu/Linux 0.5 has no release date set yet. The release date will come in later months.

You can view to proposed release goals from PostX 0.5 Trello page. Continue reading

New distribution planned and Git and Scrum coming soon

I am currently planning on making another distribution which will likely end up being Gentoo based.  Before things get started with the the distribution develepment I would like to annouce two upcoming features.

PostX Gnu/Linux will continue as Debian based. To make the development easier to follow,  I will be setting up Scrum with tickets. Scrum will give you an idea of the timetable and features, which will end up to the next version of PostX Gnu/Linux. Continue reading

Most common security mistakes people do

To be fair, some of these issues are getting quite ancient while some of them are new. The common ground is that they never seem to go away, as there is always some people that keep on doing them. Here is my list of security “horrors” that you or anyone you know should take care of. Continue reading