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
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Me preguntaron sobre StatusNet para montar una red social de microblogueo interna en una institución. Como usuaria de identi.ca, fan de la federación (aunque aún no he montado mi propio servidor…) y humilde seguidora de la comunidad de Status.Net, he … 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
In MSWL-Communities course (part of the Master on Libre on Libre Software that I am attending), students were told to analyze Eye of Gnome project in order to find the most important developer, and also to create our own definition … Continue reading
Code_swarm is the name of one project of Michael Ogawa. He has been studying libre software communities, how people involved in projects interact with each other. He builds visual representations of his sudies, and one of this visualizations is code_swarm: … Continue reading
FLOSSProject, FLOSSWorld, FLOSSmole, FLOSSmetrics, FLOSSFoundations, FLOSShub… This is a collection of links to (serious) sites about Free, Libre, Open Source Software (FLOSS). I swear to you, I did not steal the bookmarks from my teachers, I found it by myself … Continue reading
I have never liked statistics, but at this point maybe you already know that I am a curious person. And the course “Communities” at the Master of Libre Software that I am attending at Universidad Rey Juan Carlos injected me … Continue reading
When you install a Debian system, if you agree to collaborate sending data about package usage, debian popularity-contest package is installed and sets up a cron job to periodically submit the list of packages installed and the access time of … Continue reading