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 comment by larjona September 15, 2017@tuttle gracias por elegir Debian!
- New comment by larjona September 15, 2017@6gain I've always thought opposite: people thinks webdev more "suitable" for women because it includes design, and sysop/net/bd "for men"
- New comment by larjona September 15, 2017@6gain hello, I've had two females web developers as colleagues and they called themselves like that, and people call them like that, too.
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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
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Pulse aquí para Español. I loved the speech “Innovation under austerity”, given by Eben Moglen at the 2012 Freedom to Connect conference in Washington DC on May 22, 2012. If you want to watch the video, it’s here. The transcription … Continue reading
Me ha encantado el discurso “Innovación en la austeridad”, que dio (en inglés) Eben Moglen en la conferencia Freedom to Connect 2012 en Washington DC, el 22 de mayo de 2012. Si quieres ver el vídeo, está aquí. La transcripción … Continue reading
Empecé a usar software libre hace años (esporádicamente), aunque fue desde Septiembre de 2010, cuando comencé mis estudios del Máster en Software Libre de la Universidad Rey Juan Carlos, cuando decidí sumergirme “de lleno”, instalando sistemas libres tanto en casa … Continue reading
This year I will try to finish my (academic) studies about libre software and I have to write a master thesis. I decided to work on translations on libre software. In this post I will explain my current status of … Continue reading
It is common to find that libre software developers use certain tools to improve their productivity and facilitate the collaborative work. I don’t work as software developer, nor write code in my free time, but I use some of these … Continue reading
Git is a distributed control version system, and it is widely used for maintaining source code in libre software projects. Git can track changes to any text file (not only source code), so may be used also to maintain text-based … Continue reading
I am beginning my new academic year at MSWL and my first subject is Development and Tools. I opened my eyes, closed them, opened again and three weeks are gone! Israel Herraiz introduced Git and Python, and Micael Gallego introduced … Continue reading
I am licensing the papers that I have to submit to pass my Master of Libre Software courses with a CC-BY-SA license, and I wanted to make the sources available to anybody wanting to use or improve them. I also … Continue reading
In the first semester of the Master of Libre Software that I am attending, we had a course called Case Studies I in which the teachers introduced us several interesting tools for the own master homework. It was an opportunity … Continue reading