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 April 30, 2017@zagur Quizá Transportr
- New comment by larjona April 30, 2017@ondiz en las bibliotecas que frecuento, verifican que el disco esté bien antes de prestarlas. Si no lo hicieron, no pueden acusarte.
- New comment by larjona April 29, 2017@andersbateva Thanks for the suggestion. That would work for the blog posts but not other pump.io notes. I'll find my way, no worries ;)
- New note by larjona April 29, 2017New blogpost: "Underestimating #Debian" https://larjona.wordpress.com/2017/04/14/underestimating-debian/
- New note by larjona April 29, 2017Well, the bridge that I was using for pump.io -> GNU Social is broken since long; so I'll try to repost here until I find better solution
- New comment by larjona April 30, 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: LaTeX
TL;DR I don’t know much about fonts, I just use the stock ones that come with my system. From time to time I have issues with docs that others create, and use other fonts. This post is about my plans … Continue reading
También puedes encontrar este artículo en español. Didn’t I say this before?: (#iloveplaintext). You can be sure that there is a way to switch the format you chose for writing a document, into a different format, probably keeping most of … Continue reading
You can find this article in English. ¿He dicho esto antes? Me encanta el texto sencillo (#iloveplaintext). Puedes estar segura de que hay alguna manera para cambiar del formato que elegiste para escribir un documento, a otro formato diferente, probablemente … Continue reading
Next June 2-3 I will be in Zurich attending to 2012 MSR Conference (The 9th Working Conference on Mining Software Repositories, an ICSE co-located event). It will be my first time going to a conference, I will introduce a short … 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
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
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
In this post I will introduce some tools that made my life easier when working with LaTeX documents: the Texmaker editor and the Calc2Latex macro for OpenOffice’s Calc.