Tag Archives: translations

Translating (reviewing) Debian package descriptions

Some days I feel super lazy but I still would like to go on contributing translations to Debian. Then, I leave the web translations a bit, and change to translate or review Debian package descriptions. It’s something that anybody can … Continue reading

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I’ve applied to be a (non uploading) Debian Developer

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

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10 short steps to contribute translations to free software for Android

This small guide assumes that you know how to create a public repository with git (or other version control system). Maybe some projects use other VCS, Subversion or whatever; the process would be similar although the commands will be different … Continue reading

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Happy Software Freedom Day!

Today we celebrate the day of free software (each year, a saturday around mid-September) More info at softwarefreedomday.org There are no public events in Madrid, but I’m going to try to hack and write a bit more this weekend, as … Continue reading

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MiniDebConf Barcelona 2014

Wow, I cannot believe it has already been 2 weeks from MiniDebConf Barcelona. It has been the first Debian event (and free software conference) that I have attended in person, and I took the opportunity to get more involved, giving … Continue reading

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Hello, world! I’m a Debian contributor

My blog is included now in Planet Debian, so this post is to say hello ūüôā And what can be better to explain who I am, that saying that I am a Debian Contributor? What does “Debian Contributor” mean? There … Continue reading

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Participating in the Pump.io community

I came ‘late’ to many free software communities (including identi.ca), when the software had been released¬† more than two years before, and the community was already mature. So, when Evan Prodromou announced the migration of Identi.ca to a new software … Continue reading

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LaTeX to ePub, experiments with multiformat publishing

Tambi√©n puedes encontrar este art√≠culo en espa√Īol. 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

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De LaTeX a ePub, experimentos con publicaci√≥n multiformato

You can find this article in English. ¬ŅHe 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

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Conversi√≥n de Identi.ca a pump.io

Este documento es la traducci√≥n al espa√Īol del original en ingl√©s Identi.ca conversion to pump.io, escrito por Evan Prodromou. Este art√≠culo est√° bajo una licencia CC-By (Creative Commons Reconocimiento 3.0 Unported). El servicio de red social Identi.ca se cambiar√° a … Continue reading

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