News

Reproducible Builds joins the Software Freedom Conservancy

Nov 8, 2018

… and receives US$300,000 donation from the Handshake Foundation.

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Reproducible Builds Paris meeting

Sep 13, 2018

People interested in reproducible builds will meet again! This will be the fourth summit following our November 2017 summit in Berlin, the December 2016 summit in Berlin and our December 2015 summit in Athens.

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Reproducible Builds logo and styleguide

Apr 24, 2018

Thanks to the work of Elio Qoshi of Ura Design, the Reproducible Builds project now has a nice logo and a style guide.

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Reproducible Builds Berlin meeting

Oct 30, 2017

People interested in reproducible builds will meet again! Following on from our December 2016 summit in Berlin and our December 2015 summit in Athens, a three-day event in Berlin will welcome both previous attendees and new projects alike. The participants will discuss, connect and exchange ideas in order to grow the reproducible builds effort.

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Reproducible Builds Hamburg Hackathon

May 5, 2017

The Reproducible Builds Hamburg Hackathon 2017 is a 3 day hacking event happening from May 5 to May 7 2017 in northern Germany in the CCC Hamburg Hackerspace which is located inside an collective art space located in a historical monument.

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Reproducing R packages

May 3, 2017

In the past couple of weeks, Ximin Luo worked on making R generate reproducible output. This is now mostly complete, and we’re waiting on feedback from upstream about our patch. In the meantime, there are a few packages that remain unreproducible, but the issue probably lies in those specific packages rather than the R toolchain. Perhaps you can help out with them, after reading this!

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Reproducible Builds Berlin meeting

Dec 13, 2016

People interested in reproducible builds will meet again! Following on from our December 2015 summit in Athens, a three-day event in Berlin will welcome both previous attendees and new projects alike. The participants will discuss, connect and exchange ideas in order to grow the reproducible builds effort.

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Reproducible weekly news

Apr 30, 2016

Since a year now the Debian reproducible builds folks have written a weekly report. The idea of the weekly reports is to inform and update the project and everyone who is curious about the progress we are making. Also it highlights this is a team effort and credits the many people who help towards our goals.

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A new homepage

Oct 16, 2015

While long considered nearly impossible for real software, the idea of reproducible builds has been revived a couple of years ago by developers from Bitcoin and the Tor Project. Since then, several major free software projects are now actively working on supporting reproducible builds.

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Follow us on Twitter @ReproBuilds. Projects working on reproducible builds: Arch Linux, Baserock, Bitcoin, coreboot, Debian, ElectroBSD, F-Droid, FreeBSD, Fedora, GNU Guix, Monero, NetBSD, NixOS, OpenEmbedded, openSUSE, OpenWrt, Qubes OS, Symfony, Tails, Tor Browser, Webconverger, Yocto Project. Content licensed under CC BY-SA 4.0, style licensed under MIT. Templates and styles based on the Tor Styleguide. Logos and trademarks belong to their respective owners. Patches welcome via our Git repository (instructions) or via our mailing list.