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Preventing and giving an answer to Child, Early and Forced wedding

Saturday, December 14th, 2019

Within the last few ten years, child, early and forced wedding (CEFM) has impacted more or less 58 million girls, nearly all whom had been married against their might as well as in breach of worldwide laws and regulations and conventions. When you look at the world that is developing 1 in 7 girls is married before her fifteenth birthday celebration with a few brides as early as 8 or 9.

Married girls under 15 are 5 times more prone to perish in childbirth than married ladies in their 20s.

Also, they are very likely to experience problems of childbirth including fistula that is obstetric hemorrhaging. Youngster brides will also be at greater risk for contracting HIV as well as other sexually transmitted conditions because of the failure to reject unsafe practices that are sexual.

Perpetuated by cultural norms, poverty, and not enough usage of training, CEFM is a person liberties breach that undermines efforts to deal with health that is maternal training, meals protection, poverty eradication, HIV/AIDS, and gender equality. CEFM stifles boys’ and girls’ abilities to cultivate into empowered both women and men who can better on their own, their own families, and their communities. [more…]

Blind Alley of Data

Sunday, December 16th, 2007

I don’t know whether you once thought about the following interesting fact: many people in the IT are really exited about easy branching in version control, data replication for database/directory systems, hot-standby services in server computing, etc… But wouldn’t you really expect that those people actually better be excited about multi-master support for database/directory systems, real clustering of servers and subsequent branch merging in version control? Do you already see the major difference here? If not, let me describe in more detail why I think people are without any reason excited about blind alley approaches…
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FreeBSD UFS/ZFS Snapshot Management Environment

Sunday, November 11th, 2007

Based on various feedback I’ve now improved my FreeBSD Snapshot Management Environment. The new version 20071111.2 is now available. In the past this was an abstraction layer for UFS snapshots only. Now it is an abstraction layer for both UFS and ZFS snapshot management and this way allows one to deal with snapshots during daily work independent whether one works on UFS or ZFS.To recap, this abstraction layer mainly provides three aspects:
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RPM 5.0a1 released

Sunday, November 11th, 2007

The RPM 5 project team now entered the official release engineering phase for RPM 5.0. Details of the proposed release engineering roadmap for RPM 5.0 can be found under http://rpm5.org/team.php. The first step towards RPM 5.0.0 (scheduled for release end of this year) is the release of RPM 5.0a1 today. Find it under the rpm5.org files area http://rpm5.org/files/rpm/rpm-5.0/.
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Locksmith for Server & Bad RAID Command Line Interface

Wednesday, September 26th, 2007

Yesterday one of our primary servers had a disk failure on its 3ware RAID disk controller. Fortunately, we had bought in advance about 2 years ago the suitable replacement “cold standby” disk, went towards the datacenter where the server is located for replacing the disk — and especially expected no major problems…
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Unix vs. Linux

Wednesday, September 26th, 2007

A large part of the world listens carefully to every word spreaded by analysts like Gartner, Forrester, etc. So much the worse those analysts still have not stopped using confusing wordings all the time:

“I expect that, around 2009, we will have seen the last application developed specifically for Unix, after which no applications will be developed just for that operating system, though updates to existing applications will continue for some time to come,” George Weiss, a Gartner vice president and distinguished analyst, according to eWeek, told attendees in his presentation titled “Planning a Third-Generation Linux Enterprise”, at Gartner‘s annual Open Source Summit at September 20th, 2007.
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Distributed VCS + Central ACL

Sunday, September 16th, 2007

In the Version Control System (VCS) area there are currently mainly two camps: the centralized ones like the good old CVS, the successor Subversion, etc and the distributed ones like the modern Monotone, Mercurial, Git, Bazaar, etc.

The interesting point is that the central VCS style of working inherently allows strong access control while in the distributed VCS style of working the “share everything between everybody” is the primary mantra. If one wants to combine both distributed version control and central access control, it becomes between interesting and partly impossible.
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