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.
- New comment by larjona September 9, 2017@tuttle ¿qué Debian? En portátiles nuevos quizá testing te de mejor resultado: núcleo linux más nuevo...
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- Contributing to libre software
- Creative Commons
- data mining
- Developer motivations
- Development tools
- Economic Aspects
- FaiF SaaS
- Free Cultural Works
- Free culture
- Free Software
- Free Software Foundation
- libre software
- Libre software for Windows
- Moving into free software
- Project Management
- social networks
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: mswl-legal
I am a newcomer as free culture user and producer, but thanks to the Master on Libre Software that I studied these last two years, and many people that I try to follow (reading their blogposts, at identi.ca, reading research … Continue reading
Exprimiendo las Creative Commons: “Traducir (con) software libre”, bibliotecas, y pesquisas sobre digitalización
Nota: este artículo no es una reseña del libro, sino que explica los retos que me ha planteado su redistribución (autorizada, pues se ha publicado con licencia CC-By-NC). Si quieres el libro en formato digital, lee hasta el final 😉 … Continue reading
Exprimiendo las Creative Commons: la producción académica sobre software libre, y el proyecto e-Ciencia
Todos los contenidos docentes del Máster en Software Libre de la Universidad Rey Juan Carlos, que he cursado durante los años 2010 a 2012, se publican con licencias libres en el sitio Moodle del Máster. Los profesores publican además artículos … Continue reading
El que me conoce, o lee mi blog, sabe que soy feliz con la libertad que da el software libre y las licencias libres para obras culturales, y las aprovecho para traducir y difundir trabajos que creo que pueden resultar … 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
In other post I talked about the list that the Free Software Foundation maintains with words to avoid or use with care when talking about free software. I will continue to summarize this list, now with the words about legal … Continue reading
In other post I introduced the free software Git, a distributed revision control system with an emphasis on speed. This time I will talk about the legal aspects of an interesting book about git, “Pro Git” written by Scott Chacon … Continue reading
A distributed revision control system keeps track of software revisions and allows many developers to work on a given project without necessarily being connected to a common network. Using a revision control system is clue for free software projects: The … Continue reading
First of all, I don’t use drugs. But from time to time I like to think about some topics, mixing concepts and having some fun imagining (im)possible futures about them. In the last week my course of Legal Aspects of … Continue reading