MantisBT 1.3.0-beta.3 Released

This third 1.3.x beta release has 60 bug fixes and improvements including both functional and performance related ones.  Some of the highlights include: Email notification fixes #17460 Access denied issues – #19648, #19634, #20002 Ability to load javascript and CSS from … Continue reading

BTS Video | RuneFest Announcements

There is now less than 30 days remaining until RuneFest 2015! Tune in to this week’s BTS to catch up on all of the latest RuneFest details.

Devcorner: Macros Are Evil

The joys of programming – hours spent scratching one’s head whilst trying to figure out why the seemingly correct code does not produce correct results.Hi, Charlie here. I used to post often.Where was I? Ah, yes, this nugget of brain fudgery from the V…

Treasure Hunter – Dungeoneering Wildcards

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Joomla Community Magazine | September 2015

Joomla! Community Magazine (JCM) - September 2015 issue

The September 2015 issue of the Joomla! Community Magazine is here! Our stories this month:

Editors Introduction

Happy 10th Birthday Joomla!, by Alice Grevet

Happy Birthday to you! Happy Birthday to you! Happy Birthday Dear Joomla! Happy 10th Birthday to you!

Xonotic 0.8.1 released & related news

For those that are not keeping up to the latest development branch (via the autobuilds), the Xonotic developers have released a new version with various smaller changes and new official maps.From the user “Antibody” (known for his duel commentary video…

GNOME Foundation: Minutes of the Board Meeting of August, 26th, 2015

= Minutes for Wednesday, August 26th, 2015, 19:00 UTC =

Next meeting date Tuesday, September 1st, 2015, 19:00UTC

== Attending ==

* Shaun McCance
* JF Fortin T.
* Allan Day
* Cosimo Cecchi
* Rosanna Yuen
* Christian Hergert
* Ekaterina Gerasim…

GNOME Foundation: Minutes of the Board Meeting of August, 05th, 2015 (GUADEC)

= Minutes for Wednesday, August 05th, 2015, 10:00 CEST =

Next meeting date TBD

== Attending ==
 * Shaun !McCance
 * Ekaterina Gerasimova
 * Rosanna Yuen
 * Jeff Fortin
 * Allan Day
 * Andrea Veri

* Old board members attending:
 * Tobias Mueller

== Regrets ==
 * Cosimo Cecchi
 * Christian Hergert
 * Old board members:
  * Karen Sandler
  * Marina Zhurakhinskaya
  * Sriram Ramkrishna

== Missing ==

== Board meeting ==

 * Quick round of introduction for new and old members
  * Motivations and what they'd like to see happening this year
  * Tactical evaluation of everybody's capabilities and availability for board work (a.k.a. character profiles or "specializations & interests")

 * Introspection — what went well in 2014, what didn't, and understanding the constraints the board was dealing with beneath the surface
  * Kat: The first part of the year has been very busy for the whole Board with the Groupon's legal matter
  * Kat: In the ending part of the term a few members lost interest in Board's activities as they found a new job
  * An ED kept the advisory board members in touch with the GNOME Foundation and kept them engaged with GNOME's activities
  * ACTION: Jeff to get advisory board contact details from Karen. If this fails, we need to start developing our own contacts and record them on the wiki. (Once we have these, we need to discuss how to make use of them!)
  * ACTION: start doing quarterly advisory board meetings again.
  * ACTION: complete the 2014-15 annual report.
  * ACTION: ensure that we have an ambassadorial presence at key conferences. Remind Sri to do this at the conferences he attends. Review which  conferences we should be at; organise people to attend (Christian could help with this - need to identify other individuals).
  * ACTION: Shaun to get in contact with Emily to have an hand off of the GNOME box she still owns
  * An ED was also responsible of keeping the engagement / marketing team running
   * We should find concrete tasks contributors can take care of when on the team
   * The website needs a revamp, it's important on this side that whether we want to hire a web developer to do that we should come up with a clear design and a job description
   * We should make a list of conferences we would want to have a GNOME representative on
   * Shaun: The advisory-board list appears to be useless, we should make sure to *always* mail adboard members individually
   * Tobi mentions how the board could reinvent itself, ponders about meetings form and frequency

 * Preparing the GUADEC Advisory Board Meeting
   * Christian will be arriving in the afternoon only, so will be an afternoon only meeting.
   * Attendees: Christian Schaller at noon, Scott Reeves, current board (7), Rosanna, Tobi, Sri (?)
   * ACTION: book lunch for 12:30, somewhere closer to the center, inform Christian and Scott about our lunch plan and that we'll be back at the venue for 14:00 to start the meeting.
    * VOTE: invite two representatives from Pelagicore to the GUADEC Advisory Board meeting, to invite them to present their work and entice them about joining the adboard (or sponsoring events).
     * +1 Allan, Andrea, Kat, Jeff
   * ACTION: Jeff and Andrea to send out the phone numbers to adboard members dialling in

 * Policies to agree on (derived from the [[FoundationBoardPrivate/GUADEC/2009/Agenda|2009 agenda]])
  * What happens if someone goes M.I.A.? (get buy-in from everyone now before it's an issue)
    * ACTION: Jeff to check the bylaws, and if there isn't a written down rule there are probably state/fed default laws about that
  * What happens if there's no quorum for a decision:
    * A majority of of the board must be present (currently 4/7) to a meeting for the board to have voting power, and this number must remain true at the time of the voting
  * What do negative votes mean? What does silence mean?
    * Silence/abstaining means 0, as a person left the meeting at the time of the vote
    * A -1 is a vote against, but it doesn't "cancel out" a positive vote, so if there is a majority of positive votes it still passes
    * ACTION: update the wiki (DONE) -

 * Review all pending action items/tasks in
  * Discuss our preferred methodology and tooling going forward, get buy-in for whichever we choose
  * ACTION: Allan to make a proposal for a different way to use the wiki/etherpad for action items, instead of using kanboard

 * Getting GUADEC 2014 videos released
  * actually has some videos
  * Professional recording for multitrack 2-3 days is normally between 20-40k, way over budget
  * a couple of us ought to approach him about that during GUADEC

 * GUADEC 2016 - review current state of bidding, how to stimulate additional bids
  * No bids yet
  * Italy is a possible bid, Andrea is waiting for Flavia's updates on this side but the proposed budget (120k) seems prohibitive
  * Dublin could be a possibility, need to look into the potential of a free venue?
  * Need to make it more attractive for local organisers.
   * ACTION: name releases after GUADEC locations.
  * Possible places to chase:
      * Berlin - Endocode (Chris, etc), Alban, 
      * Prague - Andre Klapper, John Stowers, Florian Nadge, Janac(?)
      * Seville - contact the team
      * Madrid - contact the team - Allan to ask Florian
      * Athens - contact the local SUSE team there
      * French Conspiracy
        * Lyon - Allan to ask Bastien, Jeff to ask Mathieu Duponchelle 
& Thibault Saunier
        * Bordeaux - Jeff to ask Étienne
        * Montpellier - Jeff to ask Edward
      * Manchester - Allan to ask Javier and Sam
      * Hamburg - Lasse
      * Munich - RH has offices there
      * Somewhere in Kosovo - Shaun to inquire
      * Aarhus (Denmark)? - Kat to talk to Bastian
      * Amsterdam
      * Nurnberg - talk search to Scott tomorrow
  * Reuse the same location throughout the years?
    * Pro: Saves on efforts/increases experience of the local organizer team, allows doing a special deal with a free venue
    * Con: Turns it into a job/recurrent committment
  * Co-locate with another conference?
      * Libreoffice?
      * GStreamer/Linuxcon?
      * FOSDEM?
      * As a fallback plan.
  * ACTION: highly visible call for bids - Engagement Team to do this
  * ACTION: board members to contact local contacts (see list above)

 * Finances
  * Income down, but expenses down
  * Any ED would need to be able to pay for themselves; add ~100-150k to the foundation's annual income
  * Should we be encouraging people to attend hackfests & other such events? Yes, that's what the Foundation is for.
  * Review Friends of GNOME
    * Works great when running targetted campaigns, but that doesn't help with general funds/operating expenses
    * ACTION: Allan and Tobi to create a list of to do items for Friends of GNOME. Then we'll do something with them, right?
  * Employee compensation proposal for Rosanna:
   * New proposed salary: 52000 USD
   * One time bonus of 5000 USD
   * Make sure COLA adjustements are taken into account by future Boards, ideally have Rosanna remind next Boards to do that
   * The Board is fine with the following proposal, Rosanna will evaluate it and get back to the Board
    * Rosanna's response:
     * While Rosanna appreciates the salary adaptation to COLA, she feels her work has increased a lot in the past two years without the Foundation having an ED
     * A salary raise of 120 USD per year seems to be less than her expectations
     * She asks the Board whether it would be possible to evaluate a greater salary raise
     * She commits to have perfomance reviews in place
      * Should we wait for the performance review to happen before raising the salary?
       * If we do, that's surely going to take some time
       * We also don't have benchmarks in place for these
        * An idea would be to have Rosanna to mail board-list about her activities / accomplishments
       * Kat has offered to prepare a performance review with Rosanna for the end of August, subjected to Rosanna's ack
   * 20k USD to 48K USD salary increase in 2010 when Rosanna switched to a full time position (over 100% of salary rise)
   * While we would definitely want to increase her salary we have to cope with the planned budget for the year
    * The minimum salary increase is going to be 54600 USD
   * VOTE: COLA adjustements should happen immediately (52000 USD + 5000 USD one time bonus) and COLA adjustements to happen automatically for the next years when the SS will announce new values, performance based salary raise at the beginning of the next fiscal year (1st of October), performance review to happen during this week
    * +1 unanimous

 * Preparing the GUADEC Team Reports session & AGM (see to steal ideas)
  * Outgoing board member to introduce the new board and officers
  * President's opening, on crack
   * Achivements from the past year? Groupon, announce that we are officially recruiting an ED (hopefully), WHS agreement, balancing the books, high number of applicants for the board.
   * If it's your first GUADEC, please stand up. ? (Unless already done at the opening.)
  * Team reports (5 mins each, maximum): release (fred/matthias), a11y, bugsquad (andre), engagement (oliver), sysadmin (av), design (allan), i18n (Andre/Alexandre), docs (kat), friends of gnome (tobi), travel committee (kat/emily), membership committee (fabiana), outreach (lasse)
  * Finances
  * Board Q&A
  * Pants award (by the president)

 * Executive director hiring process - where are we, what next?
  * Job description -
  * Hiring Committee members:
      * Sriram Ramkrishna
      * Josh Triplett
      * Karen Sandler
      * Scott Reeves
      * Matthias Clasen
      * John Sullivan
      * Jonathan Blandford
  * One of the recent problems have been what the hiring committee will be able to broadcast with candidates or not (i.e salary)
  * Another problem that arised was whether having an european candidate is actually possible
   * Should we open an entity where the possible european ED lives?
   * The person should represent GNOME at the major FOSS conferences, many are in the EU

 * Filling in for the ED - how is this going, is there anything else we should be doing?
  * Update from Sri - hiring committee is assembled and looks good, job description is done, interview questions are ready.
  * We are close to being able to publicly announce the job.

 * Privacy money from 2013 campaign
  * Kat has assembled a team to set bounties
  * ACTION: Kat to follow up

 * Officers elections
  * President
   * Nominees for the position
    * Shaun, +1 unanimous
    * Jeff, +1 Kat, Andrea, Allan
    * Allan, +1 Christian, Cosimo, Shaun
    * Shaun is the new president of the GNOME Foundation Board

  * Secretary
   * Nominees for the position
    * Andrea, +1 Allan, Jeff, Allan, Christian, Cosimo, Shaun. Andrea abstains.
    * Andrea is confirmed as the Secretary of the GNOME Foundation Board

  * Treasurer
   * Nominees for the position
    * Kat, +1 unanimous
    * Kat is confirmed as the Treasurer of the GNOME Foundation Board

  * Vice-president
   * Nominees for the position
    * Christian, +1 unanimous
    * Allan, +1 Allan, Andrea, Shaun, Cosimo
    * Jeff, +1 Allan, Andrea, Cosimo
    * Christian is the new vice-president of the GNOME Foundation Board

 * Vice-secretary
  * Nominees for the position
   * Cosimo, +1 unanimous
   * Cosimo is the new vice-secretary of the GNOME Foundation Board

-------- deferred -------
  * European funds collection

 * Legalese galore (if time allows)
  * Trademarks galore
    * New standard trademark agreement for swag
      * Hellotux variant (with details filled in to sign)
    * Trademark request for the GNOME foot in a menu on a website
    * Trademark-infringing swag (mousepads)
    * New Ubuntu GNOME logotype
    * Registered mark vs TM symbol, and worldwide jurisdictions, oh my!
     * The question of international trademark registrations
    * Should we extend the trademarks to cover promotional goods?
  * Standardized contract for organizations for which we handle money

  * NDA for sysadmins

  * Photography policy

== Discussed on the mailing list ==

 * GNOME Summit 2015
  * Allan reached out to Colin for organizing the event in Boston
  * Colin confirmed the bookings for the venue, thanks to Walter Bender for the help on this!
  * The event will take place in Boston and will be hosted at MIT

 * New Ubuntu GNOME logo
  * The current logo is not compliant to the GNOME licensing guidelines as the GNOME foot is represented on its own
 * The Ubuntu GNOME Design team come up with a different logo which should address the issue
 * The Board is currently evaluating Ubuntu GNOME's proposal

== Completed actions ==
 * Sri to forward the HELLOTUX brand use agreement to Pam for a first review 
 * Kat to create a private wiki page on the web services accounts holders and passwords
  * Allan and Kat decided to go for a private git account instead for security reasons
 * Tobi to continue pursuing the fund collection in Europe
 * Tobi to talk to Andrea to move the PayPal data extraction scripts over to the GNOME infrastructure (obsolete)
 * Sri to investigate better uses of adsense/adwords on the GNOME websites (dropped)
 * Sri to communicate to Rosanna and work on the donation for the West Coast hackfest
 * Sri, Marina, Kat to work on establishing criteria for drafting for the hiring committee for the ED role

== Pending action items ==
 * Allan to make a proposal for a different way to use the wiki/etherpad for action items, instead of using kanboard
 * Jeff to get advisory board contact details from Karen. If this fails, we need to start developing our own contacts and record them on the wiki.
 *  Create a webpage for prior pants winners (Shaun and Allan)
 * Advisory Board meeting at GUADEC: Jeff to contact advisory board members by phone about joining the call on the 4th
 * Allan to follow up with Oliver Propst on Annual Report
 * Trademark-infringing swag (mousepads): Cosimo to follow up about possible future actions and send a proposal to the board
 * Cosimo to follow up in the upcoming meetings and prepare a version of the CoC to be finally considered final over all the GNOME yearly events
 * Kat to draft a proposal for a privacy policy for review
 * Kat to draft a contract template for future use organizations for which we handle money
 * Kat to propose privacy bounty T&C/rules for review
 * Andrea to write the Privacy policy for GNOME services
 * Allan will look at gnome-software privacy issues from a legal standpoint
 * Cosimo to draft a proposal for the photography policy at GNOME conferences to discuss on foundation-list
 * Christian to investigate the GNOME gifts situation
 * Sri to coordinate with engagement team to better standardize the licensing of GNOME artwork
 * Jeff to find existing fundraising brochure/proposal documents and come up with one for fundraising for a sysadmin

Full Circle #100 is unleashed!

At 100 pages this is the biggest issue EVAR! This month: * Our Great Ancestor: Warty Warthog * Command & Conquer * How-To : Python, LibreOffice, Website with Infrastructure, and Programming COBOL * Graphics : Inkscape. * Survey Results * Chrome Cult * Linux Labs: How I Learned To Love Ubuntu * Site Review *

GNOME Foundation: GUADEC 2016 intent to bid for Karlsruhe

Hi everyone,

there is a small team of people currently working on a bid to host
GUADEC in Karlsruhe, Germany next year.

The plan is taking shape as of now, but there are still many unknowns
(the focus right now is on securing a venue). If you have an…

At 24, Linux Has Come Out of the Basement

Happy Birthday, Linux Project — this week you turned 24. The Linux OS has grown up everywhere. Its code and the open source model are found worldwide. People often use linux without knowing it — when they search on Google, buy metro tickets or surf the Web. Linux travels worldwide on airplanes, and it’s embedded in many of the smart devices that bring ultra convenience to our homes and cars.

Another KDE success story – the Incubator – Part 4

Kdenlive is the leading video editor on Linux

To wrap up the KDE Incubator success stories, here’s a bit from the Kdenlive folks.

Kdenlive, one of the rare free-as-in-speech video editors, started its life more than 12 years ago using KDE3 libraries. At that time, it was mostly the effort of a single person—coding, fixing bugs, publishing releases, managing the website. There was no real connection with the KDE Community. Good contributions came in from other people, but no team was built, a risky situation. In 2013, the main developer, Jean-Baptiste Mardelle, was not able to work on the project, so it was on hold for several months and had some technical problems. We tracked him down like a “Giant Spy” to get the project running until his return! That taught us a lesson. When Mario Fux presented the KDE Manifesto, it was the exact answer to our problem.

Kdenlive had already started to use KDE git, forums and translation power after its first contact with the KDE Community at the Randa Meetings in 2011 (where we heard about the KDE Manifesto). Completing the incubation process in 2014 allowed us to benefit from all offered help. Transferring the website (with mailing lists) to the KDE sysadmin team was a great relief for us, the overbooked non-specialists. Joining KDE Applications a few months ago gave us relief from the release tasks, which lets us put the code in good shape 4 times a year instead of once.

We had heard plenty about KDE being much more than a set of libraries or a technical infrastructure, that it is a community. The Kdenlive team needed to experience it. Now that we’ve been to the Randa Meetings and Akademy, we understand why it is worthwhile to interact with people in real life, in focused coding jam sessions. It greatly boosts motivation (smileys can’t beat real smiles), helps us build a clear vision for the future (I’m not developing for myself only, but can’t satisfy everyone…what should the focus be?), and offers opportunity to build bridges with other applications (want to work with drawn animations? Hey, Krita is doing that!). These contacts with many different people—designers, artists, developers, project managers, and users—who are contributing to KDE are also valuable feedback and a source of ideas to make our project evolve in exciting directions.

Kdenlive raised some money in 2013 to fund a huge refactoring task that is only coming out now. However we had refused other donations since then as we were not sure we could use that money fairly. Now we have tasted in-person meetings, but we can’t spend all our pocket money. So no problem; every single cent is welcome 😉

Please donate to the KDE Sprint fundraising campaign. You’ll be helping Kdenlive and other important KDE projects as well.

Thanks to Vincent Pinon and Jean-Baptiste Mardelle for this report.

Donate to the KDE Sprints 2015 fundraising campaign

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Development: GNOME 3.17.90 (first beta release)

Hi all,

GUADEC is now over, we had a great time in Gothenburg (special thanks
to the local organizers!) and got home in time to polish patches and
merge branches, to publish the first beta of this cycle, GNOME 3.17.90.

First beta means we have now en…

Wine 1.7.50 Released

The Wine development release 1.7.50 is now available.
What’s new in this release:

New version of the Gecko engine based on Firefox 40.
First steps of the Direct3D 11 implementation.
Better font m…

KDE Applications 15.08 – Kontact Suite Technical Preview and Dolphin 5

Dolphin’s new look – based on KDE Frameworks 5

Today KDE released KDE Applications 15.08, the collection of more than 150 applications. This release features the Kontact Suite and Dolphin ported to KDE Frameworks 5.

Kontact Suite technical preview

Over the past several months, the KDE PIM team put a lot of effort into porting Kontact to Qt 5 and KDE Frameworks 5. In addition, data access performance has been improved considerably by an optimized communication layer. The KDE PIM team is focused on further polishing the Kontact Suite, and would appreciate feedback. For detailed information about KDE PIM changes, see Laurent Montel’s blog.

Kdenlive and Okular

This release of Kdenlive includes fixes in the DVD wizard, along with many bug-fixes and other features, including the integration of some bigger refactorings. More information about Kdenlive changes can be seen in its changelog. Okular now supports Fade transition in the presentation mode.

KSudoku with a character puzzle

Dolphin, Edu and Games

Dolphin was ported to KDE Frameworks 5. Marble now has improved UTM support as well as better support for annotations, editing and “KML overlays.

Ark has had numerous commits including many small fixes. Kstars commits include improving the flat Analog to Digital Unit (ADU) algorithm and checking for out of bound values, saving Meridian Flip, Guide Deviation, and Autofocus HFR limit in the sequence file, and adding telescope rate and unpark support. KSudoku just got better, with commits that include: add GUI and engine for entering in Mathdoku and Killer Sudoku puzzles, and add a new solver based on Donald Knuth’s Dancing Links (DLX) algorithm.

Other Releases

This release continues the new style of releases, introduced with the latest KDE Applications 14.12 release. Along with this release, KDE Workspaces (aka Plasma 4) will be published for the last time in its Long Term Support version (version 4.11.22).

More than half of the KDE Applications have now been ported to KDE Frameworks 5 (KF5). The complete list of the Applications is available on the KDE Applications 15.08 release notes.

See the full list of changes in KDE Applications 15.08. In the next three months, there will be smaller bugfix releases for the KDE Applications, and then a next bigger release in December.

KDE App Dragons

Spread the Word

Non-technical contributors are an important part of KDE’s success. While proprietary software companies have huge advertising budgets, KDE depends on people like you talking with other people! Even for those who are not software developers, there are many ways to support our community and our products. Report bugs. Encourage others to join the KDE Community. Or support the non-profit organization behind the KDE Community.

Please spread the word on the Social Web. Submit stories to news sites, use channels like Delicious, Digg, Reddit and Twitter. Upload screenshots of your new set-up to services like Facebook, Flickr and Picasa and post them to appropriate groups. Create screencasts and upload them to YouTube,, and Vimeo. Please tag posts and uploaded materials with “KDE”. This makes them easy to find, and gives the KDE Promo Team a way to analyze coverage for the 15.08 KDE Applications release.
Follow what is happening on the social web at the KDE live feed, This site aggregates real-time activity from Twitter, YouTube, flickr, PicasaWeb, blogs, and other social networking sites.

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GNOME: Thanks, Gothenburg!

GUADEC is the GNOME project’s primary annual event, held every year in a different European city. This year, it was the turn of Gothenburg, Sweden. The conference brought together contributors, enthusiasts and partners from around the world for three days of talks, followed by three days of workshops (called “Birds of a Feather” sessions). It ran between the 6th and 12th of August.

Presentations covered significant developments in GNOME technologies, such as xdg-app, Builder, and new GTK+ features. There were also talks by GNOME’s partners, including SUSE, ownCloud, LibreOffice, and Endless. Recordings of these talks can be viewed on As always, the conference was also an opportunity for contributors from around the world to meet, make plans, and have fun.

GUADEC couldn’t happen without the work of local volunteers who organize each conference, nor without the support of our sponsors. We would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone who helped to make this year’s conference such a success.

In order to recognise the achievements of this year’s GUADEC organizers, the GNOME Release Team has decided to adopt “Gothenburg” as the code name for the upcoming GNOME release, version 3.18!

GNOME is still looking for a venue for next year’s GUADEC. Check out the wiki if you would like to bring the GNOME project to your city!

Photograph by (, via Wikimedia Commons.

Treasure Hunter | Hearts of Fire

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Patch Week | Solomon’s Store – Character Showcase

Find out about this week’s update, and why we’ve held back the Seren quest release for a week.

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GNOME: Happy 18th Birthday, GNOME!

Today, GNOME turns 18.

On Friday, August 15, 1997, GNOME was founded by two then-university students, Miguel de Icaza and Federico Mena Quintero. Their aim: to produce a free (as in freedom) desktop environment that is beautiful and simple to use. In September, we will welcome the release of GNOME 3.18 which continues to embody those founding principles.

Join us in celebrating GNOME’s birthday! Some ideas: wear your GNOME gear, grab drinks with GNOME friends, thank a contributor, or simply take a moment to reflect upon the significance of this day. How has GNOME impacted your life? We’d love to hear. Tweet us (@gnome), or tell us on Facebook (/GNOMEDesktop).

Spread the word and show how vibrant the GNOME community is! Please use these hashtags in your social media posts: #HappyBirthdayGnome, #IAMGNOME, #GNOME2015.


Federico Mena Quintero at GUADEC 2015.

Photo Credit: Garret LeSage 

Happy birthday, GNOME! Now go get some drinks and cake.