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<p>SEATTLE—At its annual Build developer conference, Microsoft took the wraps off the next major Windows 10 version, the <a href="">Fall Creators Update</a>, and announced some of its new features.</p>
<p>One of these new features, Timeline, is going to be good when you're using Windows 10—but even better when you're not. Timeline tracks what you're doing—which documents you have in which apps, which e-mails you're writing, what Web pages you have open, that kind of thing—and lets you retrieve that information later.</p>
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In his session at @ThingsExpo, Sudarshan Krishnamurthi, a Senior Manager, Business Strategy, at Cisco Systems, will discuss how IT and operational technology (OT) work together, as opposed to being in separate siloes as once was traditional. Attendees will learn how to fully leverage the power of IoT in their organization by bringing the two sides together and bridging the communication gap. He will also look at what good leadership must entail in order to accomplish this, and how IT managers can be the drivers of change within their organizations. He also will discuss the skill sets needed to ensure that the full power of the IoT can be harnessed.<p><a href="" target="_blank">read more</a></p>
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Package.el has gotten a series of improvements after the release of 24.4.
Since Ive found that people like to read about upcoming features, Im starting
a new series exclusively about our favorite package manager. Today, we talk
Package.els dependency management has always been just enough to do the job
its supposed to do. If you install a package that has dependencies, those
requirements get installed as well. End of story.
This leaves a little to be desired for two reasons. Firstly, if you later remove
the first package, the dependencies will be left on your computer. Secondly,
even if you notice those dependencies lying around and want to remove them, you
never know if thats safe because Package.el wont tell you if another package
depends on them and, whats worse, it will let you remove it even if another
installed package does depend on them (which will lead to breakage).
The situation is being improved on both accounts, thanks to <a href="">Thierry Volpiatto</a>.
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<li>Package.el will differentiate between packages youve installed explicitly
and those which were just pulled along as dependencies. So you get a new
<code>package-autoremove</code> command to cleanup dependencies that are no longer
<li>Package.el will never let you remove a package if some other package depends
on it. So youre free to try to delete anything you dont want, and nothing
is going to break if it happens to be a dependency (youll just fail).
And this led to some UI improvements to the package menu, thanks to yours truly.
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<li>Packages that were pulled in as dependencies are marked as such in the
package menu.
<li>The description buffer (the one you get when hitting <kbd>RET</kbd> on a package) is
now kind enough to list all packages that depend on this one.
<a href="/images/package-menu-dependencies-1.png"><img src="/images/package-menu-dependencies-1.png" alt="package-menu-dependencies-1.png" /></a>
<a href="/images/package-menu-dependencies-2.png"><img src="/images/package-menu-dependencies-2.png" alt="package-menu-dependencies-2.png" /></a>
As a whole, this is a great user experience improvement. Instead of seeing
<code>installed</code> packages that they never actually installed, the user will see
<code>dependency</code> packages. Every once in a while, after removing some package, they
might get notified that <i>these dependencies are no longer necessary</i>, and can
easily clean them up with <code>package-autoremove</code>.
If you want more 25.1 news, theres also a <a href="/new-in-emacs-25-1-query-replace-history-is-enhanced-.html">whole series</a> just about that, and you
can always just check out the <a href="/tags-expanded.html#emacs-25">emacs-25</a> tag.</p>
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<p>BlackBerry CEO John Chen insists that he has put in place much-needed changes that will help turn around the struggling phone maker.</p>
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<p>&#8220;It was important to make swift and impactful changes to ensure that our customers&#8217; investments in BlackBerry&#8217;s infrastructure and solutions are secure,&#8221; <a href="">Chen wrote in an op-ed for CNBC</a> that posted on Monday. </p>
<p>Chen has made some key changes, most notably outsourcing a chunk of device manufacturing to Foxconn and reorganizing the company around a few key areas, including services for businesses, the BBM messaging product, the handset business and the world of non-phone devices that use the QNX operating system BlackBerry acquired a couple years back.</p>
<p>He&#8217;s also <a href="">committed the company to being profitable by fiscal 2016</a>, canceled some planned products and spiked plans for a major customer conference for 2014.</p>
<p>However, the bigger challenges remain those that BlackBerry has faced for several years now. While some BlackBerry-dependent businesses have remained loyal, many other corporations have opened up to iPhones and Android. Meanwhile, demand for new BlackBerry 10 phones has been anemic, leading BlackBerry to take huge charges reflecting the large volumes of unsold inventory for those products.</p>
<p>In his piece, Chen points out that BlackBerry remains the leader in the business of managing mobile devices, larger than upstarts Mobile Iron, Good and AirWatch combined.</p>
<p>&#8220;When it comes to enterprise, we&#8217;re still the leader,&#8221; Chen said. &#8220;Don&#8217;t be fooled by the competition&#8217;s rhetoric claiming to be more secure or having more experience than BlackBerry.&#8221;</p>
<p>Again, that&#8217;s true, but much of BlackBerry&#8217;s strength is tied to its past, with plenty of stock brokers and government workers carrying around devices running the older BlackBerry operating system (and many of those also carry an iPhone or Android for their personal stuff.)</p>
<p>BlackBerry has made some moves to transition its server software to manage those rival devices, in addition to BlackBerry phones. It has also, for the first time, allowed BBM to run on non-BlackBerry devices.</p>
<p>Chen also promised to continue to use QNX, which BlackBerry bought to form the basis of BB10, for non-phone devices.</p>
<p>&#8220;Already the dominant machine-to-machine technology of the automotive industry, new capabilities and cloud services are being unveiled at CES in January, and we&#8217;re looking toward adjacent verticals for expansion,&#8221; Chen said. There QNX is ahead of rivals, but faces increasing competition as Apple lands automakers for its <a href="">iOS in the Car</a> initiative and <a href="">Google is reportedly aiming to do something similar with Android</a>.</p>
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<!-- SC_OFF --><div class="md"><p>Curious to hear a few opinions on this as to what others have done. Basically I&#39;m going to install Arch on my laptop (thinkpad 420s). Currently running Arch on my desktop full time.</p> <p>When migrating to a new machine, do you just install packages as-needed, or are you in the corner of scripting out the old machine&#39;s installed packed and getting those installed on the new machine?</p> <p>Obviously with the latter approach, less things break. But the downside to that is you are carrying over packages that you don&#39;t use anymore, and not to mention the time invested in writing the script.</p> <p>Thoughts?</p> </div><!-- SC_ON --> &#32; submitted by &#32; <a href=""> /u/chillysurfer </a> <br/> <span><a href="">[link]</a></span> &#32; <span><a href="">[comments]</a></span>
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<a href=""><img src="//" width="200" class="picture" alt="Angular Foundation" style="margin-top: -12px"></a>
A couple weeks ago I wrote about <a href="//">using Foundation with AngularJS</a>. Based on research I'd done, I concluded that it was best to use <a href="">Foundation for Apps</a> for any webapps my client created and <a href="">Foundation for Sites</a> for any websites (e.g. a WordPress-based intranet).</p>
<p>After doing my initial research, I did some prototyping with Foundation for Apps (F4A). What I discovered is that F4A does <em>not</em> include all the same components as Foundation for Sites (F5). For example, the top-bar and dropdown functionality are missing. I <a href="">posted my issues to the Foundation Forums</a>.</p>
<p>The response I received:</p>
<blockquote class="quote">
It should work. You would need to copy over all the Scss and global mixins that you used in top-bar or at least all the output CSS from it. Otherwise there is no reason the components won't fit into the grid.</blockquote>
<p>I was able to import Foundation for Sites into my project by adding it to bower.json:</p>
<pre class="brush: js"> "dependencies": {
"foundation-apps": "~1.0.2",
"foundation": "~5.5.1"
<p>After doing this, I added the new path to Gulpfile.js:</p>
<pre class="brush: js">var sassPaths = [
After making this change, the top-bar rendered and my dropdowns worked. Since there was no jQuery in the page, I thought this might be a viable option. However, <a href="">Jason Demitri</a> quickly pointed out it probably wouldn't work with mobile. He was right.</p>
<p>While using F4A, I noticed that its components, and much of its look-n-feel, was different than F5. If you look at its <a href="!/">Email App template</a>, you'll see it looks kinda like a mobile app, even in a desktop browser. After trying F4A myself, I decided that F4A wasn't for us. First of all, it doesn't seem to provide a consistent look and feel with a website that's written using F5. Furthermore, F4A only supports IE10+. In the healthcare industry, there's a lot of older browsers out there, so my client needs to support IE9 as a minimum.</p>
<p>For these reasons, I decided to try <a href="">Angular directives for Foundation</a>. I took a prototype I'd written with F5, removed its JavaScript, added Angular Foundation + Foundation dependencies to bower.json, added references to the respective scripts in index.html and added '' as a dependency in app.js. The experiment worked beautifully and I was quite happy with the results. I shared my findings with the team and we decided <strong>Angular Foundation is the best way to integrate Foundation and AngularJS</strong>.</p>
<p>F4A is pretty new and I imagine it'll add more of F5's features as it evolves. However, I don't know if the two will ever be so similar that they can live side-by-side and allow a seamless experience for users. If you're interested in mixing F4A and F5, you might want to watch Jason Demitri's <a href="">foundationUltra</a>. This project combines Angular Foundation, Foundation for Sites, Foundation for Apps and Font Awesome. You can see a demo at <a href=""></a>.
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<p>My system uses lightdm for log in, log out&#160; and switch user.&#160; I do not use lightdm for lock screen. I am able to suspend the system for one user. Not sure if it can be used for multiple users.<br />In the beginning, I use the above codes with slight modification, but was not able to kill the process if I &#039;switch user&#039;, suspend and log back in.&#160; I am able to kill by adding </p><div class="codebox"><pre><code>session-cleanup-script=/usr/share/ &amp;</code></pre></div><p> It seems like need to have that if the user is still active e.g. like when switch but log back in. Is that the same as lock screen in your situation?</p><p>The modifications are as below (I am a newbie thus some lines could be simplified further):</p><div class="codebox"><pre><code>#!/bin/sh
(while true; do sleep 60; systemctl suspend; done) &amp;
echo $! &gt; $file</code></pre></div><div class="codebox"><pre><code>#!/bin/sh
if [ -f &quot;$file&quot; ]
kill `cat $file`
rm $file
fi</code></pre></div><div class="codebox"><pre><code># in lightdm.conf
greeter-setup-script =/usr/share/ &amp;
session-setup-script =/usr/share/ &amp;
session-cleanup-script=/usr/share/ &amp; </code></pre></div><p>So far the system behave as I expected.</p>
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<p>Acer Inc. said Monday that three senior executives had recently left the company and some of them won&#8217;t be replaced as the embattled personal-computer maker tries to keep costs low.</p>
<p>The management changes are the latest of Acer&#8217;s efforts to pull itself out of a major crisis as sales of tablets and smartphones eclipse those of personal computers.</p>