Low power, SOHO, integration: where is my router in Europe...

I've been searching for a long time to find a router that is for the year 2009. My requirements are simple:
  1. ADSL2+
  2. Firewall with VPN
  3. VoIP (SIP)
  4. WLan (802.11N draft a bonus)
  5. Giga Ethernet
  6. 3G/UMTS/EDGE backup a (another bonus)
Well, believe it or not, there is such a product. It does not come from Linksys (as I am a big fun) nor from D-Link, Marvel, etc. I could not find it anywhere but here. Yep, Billion has it. They got it right. They have all the features and in one device. What is my problem then? Well, digg that: I cannot find a place to buy it in Europe.


Today I became associate member for the FSF...


SourceForge.net: Migrating from SVN to GIT...

Ok, so after posting last week about how to move from CVS to GIT in sourceforge.net, I got this task of moving the libdc1394 svn project to GIT and here are some of the things that I did to get the job done.
  1. I went to find out where the repository is for the project (i.e. http://sourceforge.net/scm/?type=svn&group_id=8157.
  2. Then, since I already had the svn2git, I just did:
    /var/lib/gems/1.8/bin/svn2git https://PROJECTNAME.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/PROJECTNAME
  3. And then push the master:
    git remote add origin ssh://USERNAME@PROJECTNAME.git.sourceforge.net/gitroot/PROJECTNAME
    git config branch.master.remote origin
    git config branch.master.merge refs/heads/master
    git push origin master # etc...
    git push --tags # not to forget the tags...
  4. That's all folks... You can see the results for git:libdc1394...