Tuesday 2024-06-11 Assorted Links
Assorted Links links
Published: 2024-06-11
Tuesday 2024-06-11 Assorted Links

Assorted links for Tuesday, June 11:

  1. Experimental Windows Containers Support for BuildKit Released in v0.13.0

    BuildKit is a toolkit for converting source code to build artifacts (like container images) in an efficient, expressive, and repeatable manner.

  2. OpenAI training its next major AI model, forms new safety committee

    On Monday, OpenAI announced the formation of a new “Safety and Security Committee” to oversee risk management for its projects and operations. The announcement comes as the company says it has “recently begun” training its next frontier model, which it expects to bring the company closer to its goal of achieving artificial general intelligence (AGI), though some critics say AGI is farther off than we might think. It also comes as a reaction to two weeks of public setbacks for the company.

  3. Canonical Developing “Flamenco” For Enhancing .NET Developer Experience On Ubuntu

    “Flamenco is a CLI tool that helps toolchain developers manage many different package versions and releases from a single debian folder source tree.”

  4. GitHub and JFrog partner to unify code and binaries for DevSecOps

    Together, we’ve built an integration that includes intuitive navigation and traceability between source code and binaries, CI/CD with GitHub Actions and JFrog Artifactory, and a unified view of security findings across the software supply chain. By providing full control and visibility across the entire software supply chain, we are accelerating our joint vision of making developers’ lives easier and happier.

  5. Amazon Cloud Traffic Is Suffocating Fedora’s Mirrors

    A massive uptick in traffic to Fedora’s package mirrors is causing problems for the Linux distribution. Some five million additional systems have started putting additional strain on Fedora’s mirror resources since March and appear to be coming from Amazon’s cloud.