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Kate Stewart announces the release of the Ubuntu 12.10 (Quantal Quetzal) Beta 1: Kate Stewart announces the release of Ubuntu 12.10 (Quantal Quetzal) Beta 1:
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Nizar Kerkeni announces the Tunisia’s Software Freedom Day 2012. The event “aims to spread the culture of free and open source software and its concepts, to raise awareness of free software and its virtues, and to educate the benefits of using this kind of software everywhere: in education, in government, at home, and in business.” Nizar Kerkeni announces the Tunisia Software Freedom Day 2012. The event “aims to spread the culture of free and open source software and its concepts, to raise awareness of free software and its virtues, and to educate the benefits of using this kind of software everywhere: in education, in government, at home, and in business.”
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Robert Collins of Launchpad writes that the “ page performance report can now be used on regular Apache log files, rather than just the zserver trace log files that Launchpad’s middle tier generates.” The code is in the dev-utils project on launchpad and Collins shares instructions for checking it out and configuring it. Robert Collins of Launchpad writes that the “ page performance report can now be used on regular Apache log files, rather than just the zserver trace log files that Launchpad’s middle tier generates.” The code is in the dev-utils project on launchpad, and Collins shares instructions for checking it out and configuring it.
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Jonathan Riddell shares some comments from a Kubuntu forum thread which asks users "Why have you stuck with Kubuntu?" Comments include preference for KDE, familiar look compassionate community and that it “allows me to do more with fewer keystrokes or mouse clicks.” Jonathan Riddell shares some comments from a Kubuntu forum thread, which asks users "Why have you stuck with Kubuntu?" Comments include preference for KDE, familiar look, compassionate community and that it “allows me to do more with fewer keystrokes or mouse clicks.”
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Michael Hall shares some insights on how the proposed new specification for developers to get their applications into the Software Center was created. He highlights some of the problems with the previous process, and discusses how the team collaborated together to put together a possible solution to fix the issues. The spec was released to the community to gain feedback, and is not yet final. Michael Hall shares some insights on how the proposed new specification for developers to get their applications into the Software Center was created. He highlights some of the problems with the previous process, and discusses how the team collaborated to put together a possible solution to fix the issues. The spec was released to the community to gain feedback, and is not yet final.
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The Ubuntu TV update this week covers some of the latest developments, including work to add the Unity Preview features into the TV and a shifted focus into fixing bugs following the feature freeze that went into effect last week. The Ubuntu TV update this week covers some of the latest developments, including work to add the Unity Preview features into the TV, and a shifted focus into fixing bugs following the feature freeze that went into effect last week.
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Jono Bacon writes on the recently-drafted specification that details how application developers can get their current stable software into Ubuntu. He discusses some of the old issues and how the new spec addresses them to better serve developers and help move the project forward. Jono Bacon writes about the recently-drafted specification that details how application developers can get their current stable software into Ubuntu. He discusses some of the old issues, and how the new spec addresses them to better serve developers and help move the project forward.
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The Xubuntu team didn’t release Beta 1 this cycle, citing a desire to fix several important bugs and reduce image size in order to make Beta 2 the very best possible among the reasons. Despite the absence of Beta 1, daily updates will be released and there will be a Xubuntu Beta 2 released toward the end of the month. The Xubuntu team didn’t release Beta 1 this cycle citing, among the reasons, a desire to fix several important bugs and reduce the image size in order to make Beta 2 the very best possible. Despite the absence of Beta 1, daily updates will be released and Xubuntu Beta 2 will be released toward the end of the month.
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Thomas Ward writes that the PHP FPM package modified in both Debian and Ubuntu to haveis listen on a UNIX socket by default, running at /var/run/php5-fpm.sock and stresses: “Anyone upgrading to Quantal from Precise or earlier which have servers using php5-fpm assuming that it’ll continue to listen on 127.0.0.1:9000 will need to change their configurations to adapt for this change!” Thomas Ward writes that the PHP FPM package has been modified in both Debian and Ubuntu to listen on a UNIX socket by default, running at /var/run/php5-fpm.sock, and stresses: “Anyone upgrading to Quantal from Precise or earlier which have servers using php5-fpm assuming that it’ll continue to listen on 127.0.0.1:9000 will need to change their configurations to adapt for this change!”
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Cheri Francis of the Ubuntu Women team announces the tie in the election of an additional member of the Ubuntu Women Leadership team. As a result, both Silvia and Flavia have been added to the team. Cheri Francis of the Ubuntu Women team announces a tie in the election of an additional member of the Ubuntu Women Leadership team. As a result, both Silvia and Flavia have been added to the team.
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Joey Sneddon of OMG!Ubuntu! writes about new Ubuntu GNOME Remix and its Alpha 1 release. Sneddon points out that this new GNOME flavoured spin of Ubuntu has next features: GNOME 3.6. as its default desktop, apps - Web, Abiword, Gnumeric, Evolution, GDM, ‘Software’ package manager. Joey Sneddon of OMG!Ubuntu! writes about the new Ubuntu GNOME Remix, and its Alpha 1 release. Sneddon points out that this new GNOME-flavoured spin of Ubuntu features: GNOME 3.6. as its default desktop, apps - Web, Abiword, Gnumeric, Evolution, GDM, ‘Software’ package manager.
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Christoper Tozzi from The Var Guy brings Canonical’s selling points considering Ubuntu and employees work satisfaction: productivity, security, management and support. Christoper Tozzi from The Var Guy reports on Canonical’s selling points. He reports on a survey discussing Ubuntu and employees' work satisfaction, productivity, security, management and support.
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Joey Sneddon of OMG!Ubuntu! writes about latest version of Libre Office and its native app menu integration. Sneddon explains that the main initial reason for app menu integration was “saving the vertical space for Netbook users.” Joey Sneddon of OMG!Ubuntu! writes about the latest version of Libre Office and its native app menu integration. Sneddon explains that the main initial reason for app menu integration was “saving the vertical space for Netbook users.”
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Joey Sneddon of OMG!Ubuntu! brings us spec review of Ubuntu ‘Keyboard PC’ which includes internals  like CPU, RAM, HDD and much more. Joey Sneddon of OMG!Ubuntu! brings us a specification review of the Ubuntu ‘Keyboard PC’, which includes internals like CPU, RAM, HDD and much more.
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Seth Colaner from Hot``Hardware introduces us with tiny cubieboard ARM platform which supports Ubuntu and Android 4.0. Ice Cream Sandwich. “Those who like to tinker with and build computers have a new toy to play with.” Seth Colaner from Hot``Hardware introduces us to the tiny cubieboard ARM platform, which supports Ubuntu and Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. “Those who like to tinker with and build computers have a new toy to play with.”
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Michael Larabel of Phoronix brings benchmarking results comparingthe following desktops: Unity 6.4, KDE SC 4.9, KDE SC 4.9 with KWin automatically suspending desktop effects on full-screen applications, GNOME Shell 3.5.4, GNOME Classic 3.5.5, Xfce 4.10, and LXDE 0.5.11. Michael Larabel of Phoronix brings benchmarking results comparing the following desktops: Unity 6.4, KDE SC 4.9, KDE SC 4.9 with KWin automatically suspending desktop effects on full-screen applications, GNOME Shell 3.5.4, GNOME Classic 3.5.5, Xfce 4.10, and LXDE 0.5.11.
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Contents

  1. In This Issue
  2. General Community News
    1. Ubuntu 12.10 (Quantal Quetzal) Beta 1 Released.
    2. Ubuntu 12.10 Beta 1 Reviews
    3. Welcome New Members and Developers
  3. Ubuntu Stats
    1. Bug Stats
    2. Translation Stats Quantal
    3. Ubuntu Brainstorm Top 5 this week
    4. Ask Ubuntu Top 5 Questions this week
  4. LoCo News
    1. SFD Tunisia 2012
    2. Local LoCo Team Portal Install
  5. Launchpad News
    1. Launchpads page performance report now reusable
  6. The Planet
    1. Jonathan Riddell: Why have you stuck with Kubuntu?
    2. Michael Hall: How the AppDevUploadProcess was written
    3. James Hunt: Call for Testing: Upstart stateful re-exec
    4. Ubuntu TV: Ubuntu TV Weekly Update #9
    5. Canonical Design Team: 12.10 wallpaper selection finalised
    6. Jono Bacon: Opening Ubuntu Up To the World
    7. Daniel Holbach:Hanging out with Ubuntu developers
    8. No Quantal Beta 1 for Xubuntu
    9. Thomas Ward: Servers and PHP FPM: The New Method in Quantal
    10. Ted Gould: Desktop in the Cloud
    11. Ubuntu Women: Ubuntu Women Leadership Election Results!
  7. In The Press
    1. Ubuntu made ... fun! (Book Review: Ubuntu Made Easy)
    2. 20 Must Have Ubuntu Apps for Productivity
    3. The Five best things coming in Ubuntu 12.10 Linux
  8. In The Blogosphere
    1. Ubuntu GNOME Remix Releases First Alpha
    2. Ubuntu vs Windows 8
    3. Canonical Targets Corporate Desktops for Ubuntu
    4. Libre Office Adds Ubuntu App Menu Support - No Plugin Needed
    5. Meet The Ubuntu ‘Keyboard PC’
  9. In Other News
    1. Ubuntu's Unity Is Also Painful For 2D Performance
    2. Tiny cubieboard ARM Platform Offers Solid Specs with Android and Ubuntu Support for $49
    3. Ubuntu Unity Proves Very Slow To KDE, GNOME, Xfce, LXDE
  10. Other Articles of Interest
  11. Weekly Ubuntu Development Team Meetings
  12. Upcoming Meetings and Events
  13. Updates and Security for 8.04, 10.04, 11.04, 11.10 and 12.04
    1. Security Updates
    2. Ubuntu 8.04 Updates
    3. Ubuntu 10.04 Updates
    4. Ubuntu 11.04 Updates
    5. Ubuntu 11.10 Updates
    6. Ubuntu 12.04 Updates
  14. Subscribe
  15. Archives
  16. Additional Ubuntu News
  17. Conclusion
  18. Credits
  19. Glossary of Terms
  20. Ubuntu - Get Involved
  21. Feedback

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WORK IN PROGRESS

Welcome to the Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter, Issue 282 for the week September 3 - 9, 2012.

In This Issue

General Community News

Ubuntu 12.10 (Quantal Quetzal) Beta 1 Released.

Kate Stewart announces the release of Ubuntu 12.10 (Quantal Quetzal) Beta 1:

“The Ubuntu team is pleased to announce the first beta release of Ubuntu 12.10 Desktop, Server, Cloud, and Core products.

Codenamed "Quantal Quetzal", 12.10 continues Ubuntu's proud tradition of integrating the latest and greatest open source technologies into a high-quality, easy-to-use Linux distribution. The team has been hard at work through this cycle, introducing new features and fixing bugs.

For the client, this release now has a consolidated Ubuntu image. There is no longer a traditional CD sized image, DVD or alternate image, but rather a single 800MB Ubuntu image that can be used from USB or DVD. This change does not affect Ubuntu Server, which remains a traditional CD sized image.

With Ubuntu 12.10, Kubuntu, Edubuntu, Lubuntu, and Ubuntu Studio also reached Beta 1 status today. These images, along with Xubuntu will continue to have daily updates for the remainder of the release.”

https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/ubuntu-release/2012-September/001883.html

Ubuntu 12.10 Beta 1 Reviews

Several blogs covered the release with details, screenshots and videos. The following are a sampling of those reviews selected by our editors. Summary writers: No need for summaries on each of these articles

Welcome New Members and Developers

Results from the 2200 UTC Membership Board Meeting, September 6, 2012:

https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/ubuntu-news-team/2012-September/001628.html

Ubuntu Stats

Bug Stats

  • Open (95376) -836 over last week
  • Critical (73) +8 over last week
  • Unconfirmed (46119) -959 over last week

As always, the Bug Squad needs more help. If you want to get started, please see https://wiki.ubuntu.com/BugSquad

Translation Stats Quantal

  • English (United Kingdom) (10613)
  • Spanish (12072)
  • English (Australia) (18455)
  • Brazilian Portuguese (37339)
  • German (48988)

Remaining strings to translate in Ubuntu 12.10 "Quantal Quetzal", see more at: https://translations.launchpad.net/ubuntu/quantal/ and https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Translations

Ubuntu Brainstorm Top 5 this week

Ubuntu Brainstorm is a community site geared toward letting you add your ideas for Ubuntu. You can submit your own idea, or vote for or against another idea. http://brainstorm.ubuntu.com/

Ask Ubuntu Top 5 Questions this week

Ask (and answer!) your own questions at http://askubuntu.com

LoCo News

SFD Tunisia 2012

Nizar Kerkeni announces the Tunisia Software Freedom Day 2012. The event “aims to spread the culture of free and open source software and its concepts, to raise awareness of free software and its virtues, and to educate the benefits of using this kind of software everywhere: in education, in government, at home, and in business.”

http://blog.nizarus.org/2012/09/sfd-tunisia-2012

Local LoCo Team Portal Install

Elizabeth Krumbach writes about the low number of developers currently contributing to the LoCo Team Portal and gives instructions for how to create a virtual machine with a development version of the portal for development. Krumbach writes that it “would be great to have experienced folks pitching in.“

http://princessleia.com/journal/?p=6662

Launchpad News

Launchpads page performance report now reusable

Robert Collins of Launchpad writes that the “ page performance report can now be used on regular Apache log files, rather than just the zserver trace log files that Launchpad’s middle tier generates.” The code is in the dev-utils project on launchpad, and Collins shares instructions for checking it out and configuring it.

http://www.advogato.org/person/robertc/diary.html?start=166

The Planet

Jonathan Riddell: Why have you stuck with Kubuntu?

Jonathan Riddell shares some comments from a Kubuntu forum thread, which asks users "Why have you stuck with Kubuntu?" Comments include preference for KDE, familiar look, compassionate community and that it “allows me to do more with fewer keystrokes or mouse clicks.”

http://werghdf.blogspot.com/2012/09/why-have-you-stuck-with-kubuntu.html

Michael Hall: How the AppDevUploadProcess was written

Michael Hall shares some insights on how the proposed new specification for developers to get their applications into the Software Center was created. He highlights some of the problems with the previous process, and discusses how the team collaborated to put together a possible solution to fix the issues. The spec was released to the community to gain feedback, and is not yet final.

http://mhall119.com/2012/09/how-the-appdevuploadprocess-was-written/

James Hunt: Call for Testing: Upstart stateful re-exec

James Hunt, from the Canonical Foundations Team, makes a call for testing the new stateful re-exec feature, that is hoped to land in Quantal. ‘If you'd like to help out testing the new "stateful re-exec" feature of Upstart [...], see the details in the link’, Hunt says.

http://ifdeflinux.blogspot.com/2012/09/call-for-testing-upstart-stateful-re.html

Ubuntu TV: Ubuntu TV Weekly Update #9

The Ubuntu TV update this week covers some of the latest developments, including work to add the Unity Preview features into the TV, and a shifted focus into fixing bugs following the feature freeze that went into effect last week.

http://www.doadjustyourset.com/2012/09/04/ubuntu-tv-weekly-update-9/

Canonical Design Team: 12.10 wallpaper selection finalised

Canonical has announced the final wallpaper selection for 12.10. The collection includes 11 images submitted by the community. While the winning entries will be included in the 12.10 release, you can view the entire shortlist in the Flickr gallery now.

http://design.canonical.com/2012/09/12-10-wallpaper-selection-finalised/

Jono Bacon: Opening Ubuntu Up To the World

Jono Bacon writes about the recently-drafted specification that details how application developers can get their current stable software into Ubuntu. He discusses some of the old issues, and how the new spec addresses them to better serve developers and help move the project forward.

http://www.jonobacon.org/2012/09/06/opening-ubuntu-up-to-the-world/

Daniel Holbach:Hanging out with Ubuntu developers

Daniel Holbach blogs about a new series of Google Hangouts where developers interested in helping to make 12.10 a great release can join to learn more about development and bug fixing. It also serves as a great way to get to know the developers a little better. Sessions start this week and will be on Tuesdays and Thursdays for anyone interested in attending.

http://daniel.holba.ch/blog/2012/09/hanging-out-with-ubuntu-developers/

No Quantal Beta 1 for Xubuntu

The Xubuntu team didn’t release Beta 1 this cycle citing, among the reasons, a desire to fix several important bugs and reduce the image size in order to make Beta 2 the very best possible. Despite the absence of Beta 1, daily updates will be released and Xubuntu Beta 2 will be released toward the end of the month.

http://xubuntu.org/news/no-quantal-beta-1-for-xubuntu/

Thomas Ward: Servers and PHP FPM: The New Method in Quantal

Thomas Ward writes that the PHP FPM package has been modified in both Debian and Ubuntu to listen on a UNIX socket by default, running at /var/run/php5-fpm.sock, and stresses: “Anyone upgrading to Quantal from Precise or earlier which have servers using php5-fpm assuming that it’ll continue to listen on 127.0.0.1:9000 will need to change their configurations to adapt for this change!”

http://lordoftime.info/?p=39

Ted Gould: Desktop in the Cloud

Ted Gould details a new feature in Ubuntu 12.10 that he is excited about: the ability to log in to a remote desktop. By using the guest account feature, users can connect to their remote desktops located anywhere on the Internet. The remote desktop is integrated with your Ubuntu SSO, meaning that a user needs only to provide their SSO to be able to see a list of their available servers to connect to.

http://gould.cx/ted/blog/Desktop_in_the_cloud

Ubuntu Women: Ubuntu Women Leadership Election Results!

Cheri Francis of the Ubuntu Women team announces a tie in the election of an additional member of the Ubuntu Women Leadership team. As a result, both Silvia and Flavia have been added to the team.

http://blog.ubuntu-women.org/2012/09/ubuntu-women-leadership-election-results/

In The Press

Ubuntu made ... fun! (Book Review: Ubuntu Made Easy)

Sandra Henry-Stocker of ITWire gives a short overview of the new “Ubuntu Made Easy” book released by No Starch Press. “I would recommend this book to anyone who is starting out with Ubuntu (whether new to Linux or not) or anyone looking to get a lot more value out of his/her Ubuntu system. It's well written, easy to understand and thoroughly fun to read.”

http://www.itworld.com/open-source/292953/ubuntu-made-fun-book-review-ubuntu-made-easy

20 Must Have Ubuntu Apps for Productivity

Matt Hartley of Datamation has a write up of 20 essential productivity applications for Ubuntu users including FocusWriter, Freeplane, gSTM, Unity Mail, Giver, Wake On Plan and Diodon clipboard, and explains “how they lend themselves to a more productive workstation environment.”

http://www.datamation.com/open-source/20-must-have-ubuntu-apps-for-productivity-1.html

The Five best things coming in Ubuntu 12.10 Linux

Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols of ZDNet shares his thoughts on what the five best things coming in Ubuntu 12.10 are: Unity Previews, Online account and Web service desktop integration, Ubuntu One adds file sharing, Ubuntu moves to Python 3 and Unified Unity desktop.

http://www.zdnet.com/the-five-best-things-coming-in-ubuntu-12-10-linux-7000003927/

In The Blogosphere

Ubuntu GNOME Remix Releases First Alpha

Joey Sneddon of OMG!Ubuntu! writes about the new Ubuntu GNOME Remix, and its Alpha 1 release. Sneddon points out that this new GNOME-flavoured spin of Ubuntu features: GNOME 3.6. as its default desktop, apps - Web, Abiword, Gnumeric, Evolution, GDM, ‘Software’ package manager.

http://www.omgubuntu.co.uk/2012/09/gnome-flavoured-ubuntu-spin-releases-alpha

Ubuntu vs Windows 8

TuxRadar brings us Mayank Sharma’s Ubuntu vs Windows 8 review based on a group testing. Review includes following: desktops (Metro vs Unity), Net loss, background apps, app switching, cloud integration and much more.

http://www.tuxradar.com/content/ubuntu-vs-windows-8

Canonical Targets Corporate Desktops for Ubuntu

Christoper Tozzi from The Var Guy reports on Canonical’s selling points. He reports on a survey discussing Ubuntu and employees' work satisfaction, productivity, security, management and support.

http://www.thevarguy.com/2012/09/04/canonical-targets-corporate-desktops-for-ubuntu/

Libre Office Adds Ubuntu App Menu Support - No Plugin Needed

Joey Sneddon of OMG!Ubuntu! writes about the latest version of Libre Office and its native app menu integration. Sneddon explains that the main initial reason for app menu integration was “saving the vertical space for Netbook users.”

http://www.omgubuntu.co.uk/2012/09/libreoffice-adds-ubuntu-app-menu-support-no-plugin-needed

Meet The Ubuntu ‘Keyboard PC’

Joey Sneddon of OMG!Ubuntu! brings us a specification review of the Ubuntu ‘Keyboard PC’, which includes internals like CPU, RAM, HDD and much more.

http://www.omgubuntu.co.uk/2012/09/meet-the-ubuntu-keyboard-pc

In Other News

Ubuntu's Unity Is Also Painful For 2D Performance

Michael Larabel of Phoronix highlights that “besides the Unity desktop and Compiz window manager in Ubuntu impairing the Linux OpenGL performance, the 2D performance is also dramatically affected by this desktop configuration.” Latter is based on Phoronix benchmark tests with 2D.

http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?page=news_item&px=MTE3NjA

Tiny cubieboard ARM Platform Offers Solid Specs with Android and Ubuntu Support for $49

Seth Colaner from HotHardware introduces us to the tiny cubieboard ARM platform, which supports Ubuntu and Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. “Those who like to tinker with and build computers have a new toy to play with.”

http://hothardware.com/News/Tiny-cubieboard-ARM-Platform-Offers-Solid-Specs-with-Android-and-Ubuntu-Support-for-49/

Ubuntu Unity Proves Very Slow To KDE, GNOME, Xfce, LXDE

Michael Larabel of Phoronix brings benchmarking results comparing the following desktops: Unity 6.4, KDE SC 4.9, KDE SC 4.9 with KWin automatically suspending desktop effects on full-screen applications, GNOME Shell 3.5.4, GNOME Classic 3.5.5, Xfce 4.10, and LXDE 0.5.11.

http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?page=article&item=ubuntu_1210beta_desktops&num=1

Weekly Ubuntu Development Team Meetings

Upcoming Meetings and Events

For upcoming meetings and events please visit the calendars at fridge.ubuntu.com: http://fridge.ubuntu.com/calendars/

Updates and Security for 8.04, 10.04, 11.04, 11.10 and 12.04

Security Updates

Ubuntu 8.04 Updates

No updates.

End of life - April 2013 (Server)

Ubuntu 10.04 Updates

End of Life - April 2013 (Desktop) - April 2015 (Server)

Ubuntu 11.04 Updates

End of Life - October 2012

Ubuntu 11.10 Updates

End of Life - April 2013

Ubuntu 12.04 Updates

End of Life - April 2017

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