About the title of this blogThe first title was "Another blog about free software". Later I changed it to "The bright side" as a tribute of Monty Python's "Always look at the bright side of life" (from Brian's Life film). The background philosophy of free software and its communities also make me feel these good vibrations coming from the bright side of life.
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- New note by larjona January 8, 2017Oferta 2 plazas ayud. invest. en la UCM (Madrid), para proyectos en blockchain y gobernanza de comunidades colaborativas http://qttr.at/1mny
- larjona repeated a notice by cr0n0s December 11, 2016RT @cr0n0s Un nuevo mapero en #OpenStreetMap, el Presidente del Perú Pedro Pablo Kuczynski http://qttr.at/1ljj
- New comment by larjona November 18, 2016@moshpirit Several nodes are down. I pinged the admin today and he said he would look at it.
- New comment by larjona November 12, 2016@revueltafeminista hotpump.net está caído. Avisaré al admin
- New note by larjona November 9, 2016Thanks Russ Allbery for your thoughts on US elections http://www.eyrie.org/~eagle/journal/2016-11/003.html /v planetdebian
- New note by larjona January 8, 2017
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My git repoHere you can find the documents that I wrote about libre software. Most of them are final reports for the subjects of Master of Libre Software at URJC Link to Gitorious mswl-larjona-docs repository
Tag Archives: Free Software
More than 6months since I am Debian Developer and I’m learning new things every day… and trying to organize my time better to accomplish all the things I would like to do. In September I became publicity delegate (and we joined Press+Publicity … Continue reading
I think it’s important that organizations as Software Freedom Conservancy exist. They provide a non-profit home, infrastructure, and advice for FLOSS projects. They take care that the will of the project members, choosing free software licenses, is respected by third … Continue reading
Note: 2015/10/16: I need to add some links but I won’t delay this more, posting now, will edit later. Summer ended long time ago, but believe me, I’m still catching up with all the things that I began in June/July, … Continue reading
I play “Robots” with my kid. I’ve tested the game with other kids and it seems that for ages 5 to 7 they like it. I’ve talked about the game to several adults and it seems they like too, so … Continue reading
Note: This blog post, in English, here. No soy jugona, aunque quizá he jugado a máquinas/ordenador más que la mayoría de las chicas de mi época. Mi ruta fue: maquinita, Pong y tenis en la consola de mi tío, MSX … Continue reading
Nota: Este artículo, en español, aquí. I’m not a gamer, although probably I’ve played with machines/computers more than most of the girls of my age. My path has been: handheld machine, Pong and tenis in my uncle’s console, MSX (with … Continue reading
Today at 18:00 UTC (this evening for me) there will be a Debian Publicity Team IRC meeting (open meeting, everybody invited), and I’m very happy because it will be the first meeting that I know of, since I joined the … Continue reading
Note: In this post I mention some problems and ask questions (to myself, like “thinking aloud”). The goal is not to get answers to those questions (I suppose that I will find them soon or later in the internet, manuals … Continue reading
Note: this is a long overdue post. I upgraded some months ago… but I promised myself to blog about my selfhosting adventures, so here you are. You may know the story… TL;DR I wanted to self host my web services. … Continue reading
I’ve just applied to be a (non uploading) Debian Developer. I’ve just filled in the form, and decrypted the message that I received to confirm my application (I had read the important documents long time ago, and again, some weeks … Continue reading