16 episodes

Welcome to The Manifest, a podcast all about package management. Your hosts are Alex Pounds and Andrew Nesbitt. Together they explore the technical details of package management, the stories and the history of various projects, and the communities around them too. Every so often there will be a brand new interview with a package manager maintainer.

The Manifest Andrew Nesbitt and Alex Pounds

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Welcome to The Manifest, a podcast all about package management. Your hosts are Alex Pounds and Andrew Nesbitt. Together they explore the technical details of package management, the stories and the history of various projects, and the communities around them too. Every so often there will be a brand new interview with a package manager maintainer.

    Episode 16: Conda Forge, Mamba, and Packaging Con with Wolf Vollprecht

    Episode 16: Conda Forge, Mamba, and Packaging Con with Wolf Vollprecht

    Wherein we talk with Wolf Vollprecht about his work on Conda Forge and Mamba and the upcoming Packaging-Con event that he's organizing.


    The Packaging Con 2021: Call for Presentations is open until 1st September 2021,14:00 (UTC) if you'd like to speak: https://pretalx.com/packagingcon-2021/cfp
    Special Guest: Wolf Vollprecht.
    Links:
    conda-forgeconda-forge on GitHubAnaconda.orgPackagingCon 2021PackagingCon 2021: Call for PresentationsPackage Management devroom FOSDEM 2018Wolf Vollprecht on GitHubWolf VollprechtWolf Vollprecht on TwitterQuantStackQuantStack on GitHub

    • 35 min
    Episode 15: Packagist with Nils Adermann

    Episode 15: Packagist with Nils Adermann

    Wherein Alex talks with Nils Adermann, the co-founder of Packagist and co-creator of Composer, about package management in PHP.
    Special Guest: Nils Adermann.

    • 56 min
    Episode 14: Debian and Reproducible Builds with Chris Lamb

    Episode 14: Debian and Reproducible Builds with Chris Lamb

    Wherein we discuss how package management works in Debian and the Reproducible Builds project with Chris Lamb, a director of both the Open Source Initiative and of Software in the Public Interest, previously the Debian Project Leader and a core developer on the Reproducible Builds project.
    Special Guest: Chris Lamb.

    • 56 min
    Episode 13: Conan with Diego Rodriguez-Losada

    Episode 13: Conan with Diego Rodriguez-Losada

    Wherein we discuss Conan, the C and C++ package manager with Diego Rodriguez-Losada as it reaches 1.0. We talk about what inspired the development of Conan, package management problems specific to C/C++ package management and the plans for the future.


    Note: This episode was recorded 9 months before it was published, so some details may be out of date.
    Special Guest: Diego Rodriguez-Losada.
    Links:
    ConanConan on GitHubBintrayBincraftersbiicodeJFrog XrayConan hits 1.0Cpplang SlackDiego's websiteDiego on TwitterDiego on GitHubSwampUP

    • 1 hr 9 min
    Episode 12: Clojars with Daniel Compton

    Episode 12: Clojars with Daniel Compton

    Wherein we discuss Clojars, the clojure package manager registry and it's relationship to Maven with Daniel Compton.
    Special Guest: Daniel Compton.
    Links:
    ClojarsDatomicClojureMicrosoft Dynamics NAVC/AL programming languageMavenThe Manifest Episode 6: Maven with Brian FoxLeiningenBoot: build tooling for ClojurecljdocMaven Artifact ResolverOpenJDKGraalClojureScriptGoogle Closure CompilervgoGit Deps for ClojureDeps - Private Maven Repository HostingDaniel Compton's websiteDaniel Compton on GitHubDaniel Compton on TwitterClojars on GitHub

    • 1 hr 4 min
    Episode 11: Spack with Todd Gamblin

    Episode 11: Spack with Todd Gamblin

    Wherein we chat with Todd Gamblin about Spack, the package manager for supercomputers. We talk the unique challenges that packaging for High-performance computing platforms bring to package management, whether you should mine bitcoins on super computers and what's planned for the future of spack.
    Special Guest: Todd Gamblin.
    Links:
    SpackSpack on GitHubSpack documentationLawrence Livermore National LaboratoryHigh-performance computering on WikipediaEasyBuildSpack white paperHow To Make Package Managers CryPubGrub: Next-Generation Version Solving – Natalie WeizenbaumTodd Gamblin on GitHubTodd Gamblin on TwitterTodd Gamblin on The Changelog

    • 56 min

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