• El futuro ya está aquí, sólo que desigualmente repartido - W. Gibson
  • Me sentí como un punk que hubiera salido a comprar una navaja automática y volviera a casa con una pequeña bomba de neutrones - W. Gibson
  • —¿Un sol azul? —dijo Karellen, no muchas horas más tarde—. La identificación no puede ser muy difícil - Arthur C. Clarke
  • Aun así, en ese brillante interior había un núcleo oscuro, un indicio de algo encapsulado - Alastair Reynolds
  • El cielo sobre el puerto tenía el color de una pantalla de televisor sintonizado en un canal muerto - W. Gibson
  • Hace frío señor, en este campo —dijo el señor Tagomi—. Podemos regresar al centro de la ciudad en el helicóptero de la Misión, ¿le parece correcto? - Philip K. Dik
  • ¿Que es el ciberespacio? - El mundo - W. Gibson
  • Tengo sus anotaciones, estaban en su escritorio - Philip K. Dik
  • Esta formación constituye, en su totalidad, un desarrollo tridimensional de algún tipo de ecuación de orden superior - Stanislaw Lem
  • De nuevo la mezcla de rojo y verde, mirándole desde la naturaleza - Kim Stanley Robinson
  • Había un lugar en el Nostromo donde Dallas ocasionalmente encontraba algunos momentos de completa intimidad y al mismo tiempo se sentía razonablemente seguro. Era como una matriz artificial - Alan Dean Foster

#Jolla. Sailfish Virgin – my first experience with Sailfish OS

Entrada escrita por: Fernando Lanero Barbero
#Jolla
Sailfish Virgin – my first experience with Sailfish OS
Aug 12th 2016, 14:00

(see original Finnish version below!)

There are quite rarely guest bloggers in blog.jolla.com, but here you have one! My name is Juha Jalonen, and on August 11th I was working in Jolla's Helsinki office for one day. I have a project to try 100 different professions/work places during this year and yesterday it was time for some Jolla work with a title "Sailfish Virgin". My assignment was to get familiarized with Sailfish OS, give feedback and possibly some ideas as well. Here's my report from that day:

I'm using a Jolla C phone running Sailfish OS 2.0. As my title says, I have never touched a Jolla device or used Sailfish OS before. I'm aware of what Jolla as a company does, how it was started, but other than that I'm as green as one can be. 

Now I've played with the OS for a couple of hours, and I have to say that I'm possibly surprised. In such a short time I know the basics of the OS, and more. Back in the day when I switched from an old Nokia phone to iPhone the beginning was a big struggle. Of course that jump was bigger than it is from iPhone to Jolla. 

In this report I give my first impressions on how Sailfish OS works – most of you readers probably already know all of this. But at least for me all of this is totally new. Of course there's a lot more to learn, but I'm quite satisfied of my progress in just a few hours – and I have to point out that I learned all this by myself.    

The missing home button?

I start by checking the tutorial on the phone. This definitely speeds things up a bit, as now I know which way to swipe and when. 

For me the hardest thing to get used to in this short test is the missing home button. In Jolla's web pages it says that "the home button is always under your thumb", but there are no physical buttons.  After a short while of swiping away, the usage became quite natural and I did not really miss the physical button at all. The "button" really was under my thumb all the time.    

The device wakes up by either pressing the power button or double tapping the screen. In the lock screen I can see the clock, date, power indicator, notifications and the current connections. When I pull down I get a menu with three most important shortcuts. From the lock screen I need to edge-swipe to get to the home screen. The application grid is always accessible swiping up from the bottom, no matter where you are or which way the phone is in your hand. In my iPhone I always need to press the home button and if I'm not on the first page of the app grid, I need to press twice. And if I'm somewhere else in the OS I need to press the button several times. Not that hard of course, but apparently this can be simplified quite a bit.      

In the home view I can always see the open applications. By swiping again to the side I access the Events view, and swiping down from there I get a quick access to different tools like the flash light. I'm not yet sure whether these swipes and tools can be customized. To me the Settings is a bit tough to use, mainly because the terminology is so different compared to iOS. I think this part could be a bit clearer. Or at least this is my first impression. 

Peaking to the Home view e.g. from inside an app happens by swiping over the edge and sliding back without lifting your finger. By doing this you don't need to stop what you're currently doing.   

There are of course a lot of other functions and features that I haven't tried yet, but this is such a limited time.  

Quick, but a positive experience

According to web information the first version of Sailfish OS was relatively complex, but to me at least it seems that the version 2.0 is really clear and smooth to use – perhaps the settings could be more clear to me. A lot of improvement has clearly happened.  

All in all, Jolla C and Sailfish OS was a positive and pleasant experience and I'm confident that Sailfish OS can make it big. Of course there is always room for improvement, but I've understood that the OS receives content updates. 

What would I then suggest to change with my short experience? 

I think that the application grid is a natural 'home view', similarly as in iOS, and the lock screen should open to this view. I'd pay more attention to the settings, and would also add a quick access from the lock screen to the camera, especially if a security code is used. How the Android apps work was not fully clear to me, but at least all the ones I got to test, worked flawlessly.   

Change requests like this are of course always a matter of taste. I really believe in Sailfish OS, and if available I'd like to get a Jolla device for my next work phone. If it is not available, then I’d consider perhaps some other device running Sailfish OS. I'm currently using an old iPhone as my work phone, and a slightly newer iPhone as my private device. It remains to be seen if even the private phone could change into a Sailfish OS device.   

I recommend getting to know Jolla and Sailfish OS, if you haven't already. For me this was a nice and interesting experience. Thanks Jolla. 

And please do check out my project article from my blog. It is unfortunately only in Finnish, but that's why you have translators.  

Cheers,
Juha Jalonen

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Sailfish Virgin – Ensikosketus Sailfish OS -käyttöjärjestelmään

Jollan blogissa on harvemmin vierailijoiden kirjoituksia, mutta nyt sellainen tulee. Nimeni on Juha Jalonen, ja olin 11.8. päivän Jollan Helsingin toimistolla töissä. Tavoitteeni on kokeilla sataa eri ammattia tämän vuoden aikana, ja kyseisenä torstaina olin Jollan palveluksessa tittelillä “Sailfish Virgin”. Tehtäväni oli tutustua Sailfish OS -käyttöjärjestelmään, antaa siitä palautetta ja mahdollisesti myös ideoita. Tässä raporttini päivästä: 

Käytössäni on Jolla C -puhelin, jossa on käyttöjärjestelmänä Sailfish OS:n versio 2.0. Kuten tittelistäkin voi päätellä, en ole ikinä ennen pitänyt kädessä Jollan puhelinta, enkä ole ikinä ennen tutustunut Sailfish OS -käyttikseen. Tiedän kyllä mitä Jolla tekee, miten yritys ja koko käyttöjärjestelmä on syntynyt, mutta käytönnön kokemusta ei ole ollut ennen tätä päivää.

Nyt olen pari tuntia tutustunut Sailfish -käyttikseen, ja yllätyin positiivisesti. Näin lyhyellä tutustumisella käyttis on jo perusteiltaan hallussa, ja enemmänkin. Aikoinaan kun siirryin Nokian perusluurista iPhoneen, muistan kuinka tuskaa oli opetella iOS. Tosin hyppy perusluurista iPhoneen oli suurempi kun iPhonesta Jollaan.

Tässä tekstissä on lähinnä huomioita ja tietoa miten käyttöjärjestelmä toimii, eli jos olet tottunut käyttäjä, tiedät jo nämä asiat. Mutta minulle tämä on uutta, ehkä myös joillekkin muille. Kaikkea en varmasti tähän saa kirjoitettua, ja kaikkea en vielä edes oppinut… mutta aika paljon parissa tunnissa. Ja tärkeä huomio on, että opin tämän kaiken itse. 

Kotinappi puuttuu? 

Ihan ensimmäiseksi katsoin luurista opetusohjelman, joka aika kattavasti kertoi mihin suuntaan pyyhkäistään ja mitä silloin tapahtuu. Tämä nopeutti käyttöönottoa ainakin jonkin verran.

Itsellseni suurin tottumiskysymys oli iPhonestakin tutun kotinapin puuttuminen. Jolla sanoo kotisivuillaan, että kotinappi on aina peukalon alla, mutta mitään fyysistä nappia ei puhelimesta löydy. Ei mennyt kuitenkaan kauan, kun käyttäminen oli jo ihan luontevaa, eikä mitään painettavaa nappia enää kaivannut. “Nappi” oli tosiaankin aina peukalon alla.

Luuri herää valmiustilasta lukituskytkintä painamalla tai näyttöä kaksi kertaa napauttamalla. Lukitusnäkymässä (aloitusnäyttö) näkyy kello, päivä, päivämäärä, akun tila, onko hälytyksiä sekä käytettävät yhteydet. Kun vedät keskeltä ruutua alas, aukeaa pikavalikko johon saa kome tärkeintä oikopolkua. Lukitusnäkymästä pääset kotinäkymään kun pyyhkäiset sormella vasemman tai oikean reunan yli.  Sovellusnäkymään pääsee kätevästi yhdellä alareunan yli menevällä pyyhkäisyllä, olit sitten käyttämässä juuri vaikka sovellusta, tai oli luuri miten päin tahansa. iPhonessa olen tottunut painamaan kotinappia, ja jos ei ole sovellusvalikon ekalla sivulla, niin painalluksia pitää tehdä kaksi. Jos on jossakin kansiossa sisällä, painalluksia tehdään kolme. Ei siis kamalan vaikeata sekään, mutta näemmä asiat voi tehdä helpomminkin.

Lukitusnäytöltä tai kaikkialta muualtakin voit pyyhkäistä oikealle tai vasemmalle, ja näet aina avoinna olevat sovellukset kotinäkymässä. Pyyhkäise uudelleen, niin aukeaa ilmoituskeskus (tässä kun pyyhkäisee keskeltä alas, aukeaa pikavalikko, jossa on mm. taskulamppu). Sitä en vielä tiedä, saako asetuksista valita itse, mitä milläkin pyyhkäisyllä aukeaa. Asetukset ovat hieman hankala käyttää, tai lähinnä sanasto on vain hieman erillaista kun mihin olen iPhonen kanssa tottunut. Asetukset-valikko saisi olla joka tapauksessa selkeämpi. Se on ainakin ensifiilis.

Puhelimella voi myös kurkistaa vaikka sovelluksen sisältä pyyhkäisemällä oikealle siten, että et irrota sormea näytöstä. Tällöin toiminto ei tapahdu loppuun, mutta voit kurkata vaikka mitä kello on. Palauta sormi vain takaisin siihen mistä aloitit pyyhkäisyn, ja jatka siitä mitä olit tekemässä.

Käyttöjärjestelmässä on tietenkin paljon, paljon muutakin, mutta ihan kaikkea en vielä oppinut tässä ajassa.

Nopea, mutta positiivinen kokemus

Edellinen Sailfish OS on nettitietojen mukaan ollut suhteellisen monimutkainen ja kankea, mutta Sailfish OS 2.0 -versiossa käyttöliittymä on asetuksia lukuun ottamatta selkeä ja sulava käyttää. Ilmeisesti parannusta on siis tapahtunut.

Kaiken kaikkiaan Jolla ja Sailfish OS 2.0 oli positiivinen kokemus, ja käyttis on aika lailla valmis isommillekin markkinoille. Pientä hiottavaa on tietenkin aina, mutta parannuspäivityksiä tuleekin varmaan tasaiseen tahtiin.

Mitä sitten itse parantaisin?

No, mielestäni kun luurin avaa, sen pitäisi mennä suoraan sovellusvalikkoon, joka on esim. iPhonessa kotinäkymä. Siellä toivoisin näkyvän mm. kellon. Asetuksia selkeyttäisin, ja lukitusnäytöltä olisi hyvä päästä suoraan kameraan, varsinkin jos puhelin on lukittu suojakoodilla. Sovellusten toimivuudesta en ihan täysin päässyt kartalle, mutta käsittääkseni Android-sovellusten toimivuus on hyvä. Ainakin kaikki testaamani sovellukset toimivat kuten pitää. 

Kaikista käyttöjärjestelmistä löytyy tietenkin aina parannettavaa, mutta monesti ne ovat vain makuasioita. Uskon Sailfishiin, ja tulen myös hankkimaan Jolla-puhelimen työluurikseni tulevaisuudessa, mikäli niitä tulee saataville. Jos ei, niin sitten joku muu puhelin missä on Sailfish OS -käyttis. Nyt työluurina on vanhempi iPhone. Privaattiluurina on hieman uudenpi iPhone, ja jääkin nähtäväksi, vaihtuuko sekin joskus puhelimeen, jossa on Sailfish OS.

Kannattaa tutustua Jollaan ja Sailfishiin, mikäli se ei vielä ole tuttu. Tämä oli ainakin itselleni mukava kokemus, ja ennen kaikkea mielenkiintoinen sellainen. Kiitos Jolla. Ja tsekatkaa ihmeessä myös projektiartikkelini aiheesta.

Terveisin,
Juha Jalonen
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#Arch Linux. TeXLive 2016 packages are now available

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TeXLive 2016 packages are now available
Aug 6th 2016, 20:35

TeXLive packages have been updated to the 2016 version.

The most notable change is that the biber utility is now provided as a separate package. You can install it normally using pacman.

Pacman hooks are now used in the TeXLive packages so the update will be less verbose than in past years.

 

https://www.archlinux.org/news/texlive-2016-packages-are-now-available/

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#Jolla. Jolla C shipments & what’s next?

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Jolla C shipments & what's next?
Aug 5th 2016, 11:00

We're happy to tell you that all of the community device program Jolla C devices have now been shipped. These also include the few challenging cases, which for different reasons did not ship during July as promised. So if you were among these rare exceptions, you should receive your device in a few days. We hope you all enjoy your new Jolla devices.  

The Sailfish Community Device Program continues soon in August with the first online sessions – in mid-August we'll arrange two sessions with working titles "Sailfish OS tips and tricks" and "Community Pootle". All program participants will be invited to attend the live sessions, and for others we'll post the sessions later to SailfishOS.org. Our community manager James Noori will email event invitations to you in a few days.      

Any ideas, suggestions or questions related to the community program? Please email community@jolla.com or comment here in the blog. 

On behalf of the Jolla team,
Juhani

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#Jolla. [Early Access] Sailfish OS 2.0.2 Aurajoki

Entrada escrita por: Fernando Lanero Barbero
#Jolla
[Early Access] Sailfish OS 2.0.2 Aurajoki
Jul 29th 2016, 15:59

We have now released the early access version of the update Aurajoki to the Jolla phone, Jolla C and Jolla Tablet.

This update contains of many bug fixes and new added features such as taking screenshot by holding down volume buttons for 0.5 seconds, added keyboard layouts for  Indian languages Telugu, Malayalam, Kannada, Punjabi, Tamil and Bengali, new layout on Media app’s front page, new Sailfish OS logo and many more. 

 

Highlights of Aurajoki update

Ambiences

  • Wallpapers are always copied to system memory to avoid losing ambiences when removing SD card

Backup

  • Simplified backup experience
  • Backup of local (personal, non-synced) calendar is now possible
  • Backups can be made to cloud services (supported for DropBox and OneDrive)

Browser

  • Open external links to new tabs
  • Fixes missing search engines

Camera

  • Flash can now be used while taking video
  • Added reset to default settings option to Camera application
  • Improved Camera launch time

Cloud services

  • Added support for VK
  • Connectivity
  • Dual SIM support for devices with Dual SIM

Email

  • 3rd party email API supports attachments

Events view

  • ‘Flashlight switch’ for events view Actions and shortcuts
  • Five-day weather forecast updates now automatically

Gallery

  • Dropbox gallery integration.
  • OneDrive gallery integration.
  • Large photos open faster

Home and Lock screen

  • Press volume up and down together for 0.5 seconds to create a screenshot

HW adaptation & kernel

  • Support for Intex Aqua Fish & Jolla C
  • Fix support for certain SD cards that were failing

Positioning

  • Support for Mozilla Location Service positioning assistance, which can use nearby wifi access points and cell towers to help determine your location.

Localisation

  • Locale specific numbers are now supported around OS
  • Common smiley characters supported
  • Keyboard layouts and fonts added for Indian languages Telugu, Malayalam, Kannada, Punjabi, Tamil and Bengali
  • Keyboard layout for Greek
  • New Russian ruble symbol taken into use

Lock screen

  • Setting to add favorite actions and app shortcuts to lock screen pulley menu
  • Lock screen transition shortened
  • Media controls are hidden if no music is played for 30 minutes

Media

  • New layout for front page
  • Support for FM Radio (only on devices with FM radio hardware). Big thanks to Matti Lehtimäki (mal-) for writing its middleware plugin!

Messages

  • Setting to display remaining character counts for text messages (SMS)
  • Show MMS download progress

Office

  • Allow copying text to clipboard

People

  • Ability to delete and share multiple contacts at once

Phone

  • Long tap * in dialer for +
  • Setting to enable automatic call recording on Jolla C and Aqua Fish
  • Faster dialing transition

Settings

  • SD Card settings for formatting SD cards, and for safely removing them
  • Setting to add reboot button on top menu
  • Factory reset is not be allowed if battery is under 15%
  • Show app version number in Android app settings page
  • Storage settings with a simple file manager
  • “Flip-to-silence” gesture setting

Security

  • Untrusted software installation no longer requires Jolla account

UI elements

  • New Sailfish logo

 

Please give together.jolla.com a visit for the full changelog, known issues, how to update and more!

Cheers,
James

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#Jolla. Introducing The Sailfish OS Wiki

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Introducing The Sailfish OS Wiki
Jul 20th 2016, 15:30

In this blog post, we’d like to introduce you to the Sailfish OS Wiki. Over the last few months, various sailors have been busy writing documentation and adding it to the wiki, and while there is much more work to be done, it is now complete enough that we consider it to be “beta” stage. This blog post intends to describe why we consider the wiki to be so important, what sort of information can be found in it, our plan for community contributions to the wiki, and to point out some specific sections of the wiki which might be of most interest to our community.

About The Wiki

The Sailfish OS Wiki is intended to be a comprehensive, evolving, living document which describes in detail the various components which make up the Sailfish OS platform, and the interactions between each of those components. Having extensive documentation for Sailfish OS is extremely important for its growth as an open platform, as it greatly lowers the barrier to entry for contributions. Furthermore, as the platform evolves, it is important that the documentation evolves along with it – and it is precisely this aspect of the wiki format which makes it ideal for Sailfish OS documentation. The eventual goal we have for the Sailfish OS Wiki is that as community members contribute to the Sailfish OS platform through code contributions, they simultaneously contribute to the Sailfish OS platform by updating the documentation in the wiki related to the software component they have modified.

Having comprehensive platform documentation is critically important, however it is also vital that the information it contains be easily accessible. This means that the information must be separated into logical categories, cross-linked with related information, formatted appropriately for the intended audience, and edited both for consistency of form and style, and to ensure that copyrighted content is not added without permission. In that respect, we see the Sailfish OS Wiki as being similar to a software repository hosted on the Mer Project GitLab or on GitHub: the wiki will have maintainers and every change should be subject to review and approval by various contributors. We haven’t yet finalised what sort of process could be used for this type of contribution review, or how different access rights will be granted to contributing members of the project (including corporate contributors and community contributors), and this is something we are looking to discuss further with the community in the near future.

Architecture And Collaborative Development Documentation

Recently, sailors from Jolla have been adding documentation to a variety of sections in the wiki relating to both application development (that is, how to develop on top of the Sailfish OS platform) and system development (that is, how to develop the Sailfish OS platform itself). In this blog post, we’d like to point out two areas in particular: the architecture documentation, and the collaboration and contribution documentation. After reading those sections of the Sailfish OS Wiki, a prospective contributor should feel like they have the information they need to contribute to the Sailfish OS platform, be it a bug report, a unit test, a documentation improvement, or a bug fix or a new feature in a software component.

The architecture documentation in the Sailfish OS Wiki contains an overview of the Sailfish OS platform architecture. It describes the various levels of software components which build upon each other to provide the final user experience, from the low-level components like the Hardware Abstraction Layer, to various middleware components providing system services and access APIs, and high-level applications and services providing user-experience on top of the UI subsystem. After reading through those pages, you should have an understanding of how the various components of Sailfish OS fit together, and which components you might like to contribute to.

The collaborative development documentation in the Sailfish OS Wiki describes how to contribute to Sailfish OS. It includes information about filing bug reports, cloning source code repositories, editing code and creating change requests to the repository, how changes get reviewed and accepted and finally released, and how the quality assurance process works. It also includes a step-by-step example of how to contribute a patch to the Sailfish OS Browser, and finally includes a list of various components of the Sailfish OS platforms along with some developers who have experience developing those components, with whom you can get in contact if you wish to contribute there too!

Next Steps

The next steps for us include allowing community members to create accounts and add content and make changes themselves. As noted above, since we wish to have some process whereby contributions to the wiki can be reviewed similarly to how code is reviewed before being accepted into the repositories, we aren’t quite ready to open it up to everyone just yet. We need to devise some proposals for what this process might look like and what form it might take, and then discuss those proposals with the community, before implementing the best one. We will organise a Sailfish OS Community Meeting on IRC to discuss this topic in great detail, at some point in the near future.

Until then, if you have suggestions or want to report issues like poor formatting or broken links in the wiki, please contact David Greaves or Jarkko Lehtoranta via email or IRC.

We look forward to collaborating with everyone more closely in the future, and to building a more open future!

 

Regards,
Sailfish OS Wiki Team

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#Arch Linux. test-sec-flags: Call for Assistance

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test-sec-flags: Call for Assistance
Jul 18th 2016, 07:25

Inspired by discussions on the arch-general mailing list, test-sec-flags was created by pid1 (with help from anthraxx, strcat, sangy, and rgacogne) to test the performance impact of various security-oriented compilation and linking flags. The goal is to determine if these flags can be the new default for all Arch Linux packages. Preliminary results suggest that the performance impact is almost nonexistent compare to the compilation flags we already use, but we would like to collect and compare more results before moving forwards.

Download the source here and see the README for installation and usage instructions. The results subdirectory contains instructions on how to pull out the relevant statistics from the result files.

We are collecting results in the test-sec-flags wiki on Github. Please add your results there. In particular, we would very much like i686 results, as all of the previous contributors have been on x86_64 devices.

Patches welcome.

 

https://www.archlinux.org/news/test-sec-flags-call-for-assistance/

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#Jolla. Jolla C Shipping Update

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Jolla C Shipping Update
Jul 15th 2016, 16:51

Today we are coming to you with some superb news regarding Jolla C shipments!

Many of our valued community members might have already noticed an email regarding the shipment of their Jolla C device on their inboxes.
We have successfully started shipping the Jolla C devices and over half of the total orders have already been dispatched to their owners. We will continue working hard on to get more devices on their way soon.

We would like to thank you all for joining the Sailfish Community Device Program!

What do we expect from the community:

As communicated before, there is more to this program than the Jolla C device. If you are a developer, or even interested in designing and making applications for Sailfish OS, this program is designed for you. We would like you to use this program to the max and develop as many of your ideas as possible into applications for Sailfish OS.

We have workshops planned which will be streamed live for the program members.
We would like all of the program participants to take part in our workshops and give feedback/ideas for the future of this program!

Quick update on plans for our next Sailfish OS sessions:

We already have had 3 workshops at the International Sailfish Community Event about Sailfish Design, Sailfish User Interface and hardware adaptation which you can watch in our previous post.

The next online sessions will be held in mid-August.

Our working title for the first session is ‘Sailfish OS tips and tricks’. We will also have a session about the Community Pootle to all interested in contributing in our language versions.
Program members will be invited to these sessions in the beginnig of August (So keep an eye on your inbox please!)

Happy hacking!

Cheers,
James

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