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@debian Debian Linux wins the best linux distro ! by linux journal : http://www.linuxjournal.com/content/best-linux-distribution
@Oye vistes lo que te encie antes ? acerca de las mujeres hindues en el opensource ?
@fanta estaba viendo esto tal vez te interese, sobre como las mujeres hindues ayudan con el opensource :
RISC-V processor with linux capabilities!
It is amazing some people believe they are free just using some programs. Just watch your steps, you will be free if you do the right thing if you make a mistake (in anyway) then you are not going to be free. Freedom does not depend on programs, webpages and etc.... it depends on us. I always be free if I know what it is right and what it is wrong I don't depend on a program to have freedom.
Wao it is the first time in a social network that I reach the 100 post ! this is a record for me ! LOL! 😂
- Some constructs run off the edge of the page (especially if you put them in tables or bullet lists)
- It doesn't lay out figures quite right, leaving large amounts of white-space on pages,
- LyX cannot be made to recognize all the different "environments" that exist for LaTeX or TeX in general.
@neomoevius @jjg All sources are available at all times, and documentation on the register maps, bits, et. al. are considered part of the deliverables. One of my motivations is to make a book (or *small!!* set of books) that documents the Kestrel just like the C64 Programmers Reference Guide or Amiga ROM Kernel Reference Manuals.
So, if I have five files that are MPLv2, and another six that are BSD, then copyleft requirements *only* applies to those five so-licensed. The BSD files need not have copyleft stipulations.
However, if someone were to contribute material with GPLv3 license AND was not willing to license to MPLv2 for the project, then I'm not *too* heart-broken by switching to *L*GPLv3 going forward.
The only reason I don't want to adopt GPLv3 en toto is because of an ambiguity in what "linked against" means when it comes to hardware/software interface.