After three years of slow paced development, IOSACal 0.5 is here. The DOI of the latest release is https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.630455 As before, the preferred installation method is with pip in a virtual environment. The documentation is at https://iosacal.readthedocs.io/ This release brings the new IntCal20 calibration data and several improvements for different use cases, plus one important… Continua a leggere IOSACal 0.5, featuring IntCal20 and more
Lo scorso 12 dicembre ho organizzato e presentato un evento in diretta streaming dedicato alla villa romana di Bussana, uno dei siti archeologici più conosciuti di Sanremo. Non mi sono mai occupato nello specifico di questo sito quindi ho pensato di coinvolgere altri colleghi, persone che hanno svolto ricerche e scavi, che hanno lavorato nel… Continua a leggere La villa romana di Bussana, una diretta streaming
As described in detail by Andy Grover in the article Upgrading to Fedora 33: Removing Your Old Swap File on EFI Machine, Fedora 33 defaults to using a compressed-memory-based swap device using zram. There is no swap partition any more! It’s time to reclaim that disk space. If you follow the guide in the linked… Continua a leggere Fedora 33: recover disk space from swap partitions, and other tips for upgrading
I have moved all my personal source code to Codeberg! Codeberg is the free home for your free projects. Because free and open source software deserves a free and open source platform.
As announced in a previous blog post, the Total Open Station project has a new home! More specifically, we’re still on GitHub but I have moved the main repository from my personal GitHub account to the “totalopenstation” organization, with myself and @psolyca as owners. This seems like a simple step but, in fact, it is… Continua a leggere A new home for the Total Open Station project
Total Open Station 0.5 is here! This release is the result of a short and intense development cycle. The application is now based on Python 3, which means an improved handling of data transfers and a general improvement of the underlying source code. An extensive test suite based on pytest was added to help developers… Continua a leggere Total Open Station 0.5
This article was originally published on the Total Open Station website at https://tops.iosa.it/ After two years of slow development, I took the opportunity of some days off to finally release version 0.4, that was already available in beta since 2017. No open bugs were left and this release is mature enough to hit the repositories.… Continua a leggere Total Open Station 0.4 release
Il 20 febbraio 2019, a Padova, tengo un workshop su Reproducible science per archeologi dentro il convegno FOSS4G-IT 2019. Avete tempo fino a mercoledì 13 febbraio per iscrivervi.
Radiocarbon calibration, HTTP style
IOSACal is an open source program for calibration of radiocarbon dates. A few days ago I released version 0.4, that can be installed from PyPI or from source. The documentation and website is at http://c14.iosa.it/ as usual. You will need to have Python 3 already installed. The main highlight of this release are the new… Continua a leggere IOSACal 0.4