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Your is important equipment because it connects your devices to the internet. However, many Internet Service Providers in Europe are imposing their specific routers to customers. The helps you to become active for !

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October 28, 2019
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For , we dive into the fight between academic publisher, Elsevier, and the researchers who are calling foul over their resistance to open access.

October 25, 2019
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˗ˏˋ wakest ˎˊ˗

Just discovered ! An event platform that (partially) supports and is already being used!

There are already two instances! (Torino, Italy) (Firenze, Italy)

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October 11, 2019
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Les universités du @tetalab sont de retour :

Vendredi 1er novembre à 14h, j'y causerai et création d'interfaces graphiques avec , la vénérable boîte à outils graphique fournie avec ce merveilleux langage, non sans rappeler l'Histoire ainsi que quelques pratiques.

Vous avez tous rêvé de coder un bouton "F*ck" en quelques lignes et déclencher du chaos, lire un port série, afficher les données en rose fluo. Inscrivez-vous ! ;)

October 24, 2019
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CPU ⬜ Carré Petit Utile

Du 30 Octobre au 3 Novembre, ce sont les Universités d'après-midi d'Automne du @tetalab !
Le programme :

October 25, 2019
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Software Freedom Conservancy

Do you have *strong* opinions about free software licenses -- that you'd like to respectfully share & discuss with other license aficionados? We have just the CFP for you! Feb. 3rd in Brussels,

October 22, 2019
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@dfr ... whatever they want or need to do with technology without having to go through CS study classes and without having to trust corporations or individuals in their environment to do "the right thing"...?

October 23, 2019
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@dfr ... "privileged" in terms of money (that's why these services are "gratis") or skills (that's why these services are low-bareer and very focussed on usability). Maybe this is the evolution the (Software)Libre movement has to take as well: was at some point (Four Freedoms) about empowering and providing freedoms to users back then, rather than being forced into arcane EULAs and NDAs. Maybe "Libre" right now needs to be about empowering untrained end users to be able to do ...

October 23, 2019
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@dfr Well, I partially agree, but "privilege" is a good starting point. From what I see, the "internet of creation" indeed was an internet of the "privileged few" who both could afford access to it and were skilled enough to use it. In a sinister way, the current tech companies did a really (no sarcasm here) great job in making digital technology and all of its means of communication, expression, creativity, ... affordable and easily available to a vast load of people who aren't ...

October 23, 2019
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@z428 this is personal opinion, but: I think democracy came with the lack of centralization and open access for those privileged enough to have access to it. Also I think it means free as in freedom, because companies always charged you to access to the internet from your landline, etc. I guess traffic was never free, but use was. It's an opinionated article but still has good points.

October 22, 2019