Archives par mot-clé : ubuntu-co

Help FACIL improve MultiSystem with UEFI support and produce up to 350 Live USB keys including multiple GNU/Linux systems

FACIL, pour l’appropriation collective de l’informatique libre (FACIL), a Quebec-based non-profit, has decided to crowd-fund the development production of a 16 GB USB key bearing the FACIL logo and capable of booting from a selection of free-software operating systems (such as GNU/Linux and BSD) on a large set of target computers, specifically those using UEFI.… Lire la suite »

Debian Quebec is here :)

As many of you already know by now, Debian 7 is here! I’ve been using Debian as my primary work environment for a few months now and Trisquel at home for the past year and a half or so. My advocacy work has changed as a result, and I stopped focusing on Ubuntu, while still… Lire la suite »

Moving on: how?

I am really sad to see so much energy spent by the community criticizing Canonical and on Canonical’s side, trying to explain and justify so many decisions and actions. My main concern is all this energy being directed where it doesn’t stand a chance to make a difference, as we know all the rocket pieces… Lire la suite »

Ubuntu Spyware: What to Do?

One of the major advantages of free software is that the community protects users from malicious software. Now Ubuntu GNU/Linux has become a counterexample. What should we do? For the full original English version, see here. Voici un texte de Richard Stallman. La version originale en anglais est ici. Update: Une traduction en français est… Lire la suite »

Software Freedom Day tomorrow in Montreal / demain à Montréal

Don’t miss it! À ne pas manquer! This year I was able to bring two simultaneaous events together, in different locations. Cette année j’ai pu programmer 2 événements différents, ça se passe demain, à deux endroits différents :). Les détails à / All details at: http://wiki.softwarefreedomday.org/2011/Canada/Montreal See you there! À demain!