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Gonzalo San Gil, PhD.

Así es Gradio, la radio de linux - 0 views

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    "Hoy os vamos a presentar algo diferente, se trata de Gradio, un programa que permite acceder a un directorio de radios y escuchar nuestras emisoras favoritas desde nuestro linux, sin depender de ningún navegador de internet."
Gonzalo San Gil, PhD.

The Internet Without Connection, Free Endless OS For Emerging Markets - Forbes - 0 views

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    " There are four billion people on the planet without PCs or access to affordable personal computers. That figure should surely be tempered with some contextualization i.e. not everybody actually wants to have an Internet connection and many traditional, native or bucolic ways of live do still exist on the planet"
Gonzalo San Gil, PhD.

mjg59 | Why improving kernel security is important - 0 views

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    "Nov. 6th, 2015 12:48 am mjg59 The Washington Post published an article today which describes the ongoing tension between the security community and Linux kernel developers. This has been roundly denounced as FUD, with Rob Graham going so far as to claim that nobody ever attacks the kernel. Unfortunately he's entirely and demonstrably wrong, it's not FUD and the state of security in the kernel is currently far short of where it should be."
Gonzalo San Gil, PhD.

Samsung's Linux-Based Tizen Phone Proves a Success [# ! see url note] - 0 views

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    "The unexpected success of its low-end Tizen smartphone will see Samsung launch a second version in the Indian market soon, rumours suggest." [http://www.wired.com/2015/04/microsoft-google-cyanogen/]
Gonzalo San Gil, PhD.

A List Of Free And Open Source Control Panels | Unixmen - 0 views

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    "To manage your businesses and your websites remotely you need to use control panel. With such tool you will have the possibility to manage all your web services under the same location which is very fantastic."
Gonzalo San Gil, PhD.

Tonido: A Free, Private Cloud And Streaming Media Server | Unixmen - 0 views

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    "Tonido is a cross platform, free application that allows you to access all files on your computer from a web browser, smartphone, tablet or even DLNA enabled devices. You can access your files from anywhere, and ofcourse you can share them to your friends,"
Gonzalo San Gil, PhD.

GNU Gnash - GNU Project - Free Software Foundation (FSF) - 0 views

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    "GNU Gnash is the GNU Flash movie player - Flash is an animation file format pioneered by Macromedia which continues to be supported by their successor company, Adobe. Flash has been extended to include audio and video content, and programs written in ActionScript, an ECMAScript-compatible language. Gnash is based on GameSWF, and supports most SWF v7 features and some SWF v8 and v9." [installing GNU Gnash http://gnashdev.org/?q=node/11]
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    "GNU Gnash is the GNU Flash movie player - Flash is an animation file format pioneered by Macromedia which continues to be supported by their successor company, Adobe. Flash has been extended to include audio and video content, and programs written in ActionScript, an ECMAScript-compatible language. Gnash is based on GameSWF, and supports most SWF v7 features and some SWF v8 and v9."
Gonzalo San Gil, PhD.

Pursuing adoption of free and open source software in governments - O'Reilly Radar - 0 views

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    "by Andy Oram | @praxagora | +Andy Oram | Comment: 1 | March 26, 2014 Free and open source software creates a natural - and even necessary - fit with government. I joined a panel this past weekend at the Free Software Foundation conference LibrePlanet on this topic and have covered it previously in a journal article and talk. Our panel focused on barriers to its adoption and steps that free software advocates could take to reach out to government agencies."
Gonzalo San Gil, PhD.

Get what you paid for with open source | Opensource.com - 0 views

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    "The other day I heard the phrase every open source educator hates to hear: "Well, you get what you pay for..." So, this time in my talk to the group, instead of explaining that 'free' means 'free as in freedom' not 'free of cost', I changed it up. I replied, "You're right you do.""
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    "The other day I heard the phrase every open source educator hates to hear: "Well, you get what you pay for..." So, this time in my talk to the group, instead of explaining that 'free' means 'free as in freedom' not 'free of cost', I changed it up. I replied, "You're right you do.""
Gonzalo San Gil, PhD.

Free eBook | How to get started with open source | opensource.com - 0 views

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    "Taking the first steps in any journey can be scary. There are new obstacles to hurdle, unfamiliar landscapes to traverse, and usually the destination is shrouded in mystery. But that's also what makes new ventures exciting and worthwhile."
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