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 🙂 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

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

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De LaTeX a ePub, experimentos con publicación multiformato

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

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Conversión de Identi.ca a pump.io

Este documento es la traducción al español del original en inglés Identi.ca conversion to pump.io, escrito por Evan Prodromou. Este artículo está bajo una licencia CC-By (Creative Commons Reconocimiento 3.0 Unported). El servicio de red social Identi.ca se cambiará a … Continue reading

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