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17 August 2021

Debian 11 "Bullseye" Released

Congratulations to the Debian Community The Debian Project just released version 11 (aka “bullseye”) of their free operating system. In total, over 6,208 contributors worked on this release and were indispensable in making this launch happen. We would like to thank everyone involved for their combined efforts, hard work, and many hours spent in recent […]

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06 July 2020

credativ announces OpenChain 2.0 conformance

credativ, leading open source support and services provider, announces OpenChain 2.0 conformance. credativ was an early adopter of the industry standard for open source compliance, and the adoption of 2.0 further demonstrates their commitment to continual improvement across all aspects of their business. “Nowadays most businesses benefit from open source software or even employ it […]

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24 June 2020

credativ Group announces new PostgreSQL-Enterprise package

100% Open Source – 100% Cost Control The PostgreSQL Competence Center of the credativ Group announces the creation of a new comprehensive service and support package that includes all services necessary for the operation of PostgreSQL in enterprise environments. This new offering will be available starting August 1st, 2020. “Motivated by the requirements of many […]

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03 June 2020

Retrieve credativ PGP keys via WKD

Even after almost 30 years, PGP is still considered a standard for secure and confidential email communication. We use PGP internally and with our customers to transmit sensitive data. In practice SKS-Keyservers are often used for key exchange. Because anyone can publish keys for any address there, the key need to be verified over an […]

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24 March 2020

Announcing apt-archive.postgresql.org

Users had often asked where they could find older versions of packages from apt.postgresql.org. I had been collecting these since about April 2013, and in July 2016, I made the packages available via an ad-hoc URL on the repository master host, called “the morgue”. There was little repository structure, all files belonging to a source […]

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