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Using pacapt universal package manager (pacman for all)

pacapt is a shell script that wraps native package managers in a pacman@arch syntax. Intended for Arch users having to temporarily deal with another distribution. 95 more words

Gerrit Ver. 2.11 is now available for download

Gerrit version 2.11 is now available.

Release highlights:

  • Inline editing in the browser
  • Removal of the old change screen
  • Many improvements in the change screen UI…
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Visiting 3 Beautiful Parks with Agra Tour Packages

Agra, the city known for the famous Taj Mahal, lies in the state of Uttar Pradesh in the northern part of India. It once served as the capital of India during the times of the Mughals, who built some wonderful architectural wonders in this city, including Taj Mahal, Red Fort, Fatehpur Sikri and Jama Masjid. 289 more words

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7 Activities to Enjoy on Sri Lanka Holidays

The island nation of Sri Lanka is famous for its natural beauty and picturesque landscapes that draw visitors in large numbers from across the globe. On Sri Lanka holidays, tourists can do a lot of things, starting from visiting religious sites, national parks and museums to tasting local delicacies, partaking in festivals and enjoying the nightlife. 287 more words

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Witnessing 3 Colourful Events on Sri Lanka Holidays

Sri Lanka, located in the Indian subcontinent, is an island nation and a popular tourist destination in Asia. Ever year, hordes of travellers opt for Sri Lanka holidays to witness its grand temples, rich flora and fauna, famous monasteries and serene beaches. 561 more words

Holidays

dealing with packages in R

While impressive, R’s base functionality is only a fraction of the language’s true power. R packages are the crux of the application. If you’re using R from the command line (instead of a GUI such as RStudio), then here are some useful commands for dealing with packages. 230 more words

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Package: DC Kite Festival

A package on the 2015 Cherry Blossom Kite Festival.

Made for my Backpack Journalism class, Spring 2015.

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