Posts with tag awesome

The bad practice in FOSS projects management

During the OpenStack summit a few weeks ago, I had the chance to talk to some people about my experience on running open source projects. It turns out that after hanging out in communities and contributing to many projects for years, I may be able to provide some hindsight and an external eye to many of those who are new to it.

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FOSDEM 2016, recap

Saturday 06 February 2016 FOSDEM, awesome, Lua, Guile Comments

Last week-end, I was in Brussels, Belgium for the FOSDEM, one of the greatest open source developer conference. I was not sure to go there this year (I already skipped it in 2015), but it turned out I was requested to do a talk in the shared Lua & GNU Guile devroom.

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10 years as a Debian developer

Friday 24 February 2012 Debian, OpenStack, Xen, Emacs, awesome, VHFFS, TuxFamily Comments

Ten years ago, I joined the Debian project as a developer.

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Various news: what happend during summer

Tuesday 22 September 2009 Lua, awesome, XCB Comments

It's been a while since I blogged about something. So here's a bunch of things I've done the last month.

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Taking the other direction

Wednesday 15 April 2009 awesome Comments

I've started to develop awesome more than 18 months ago, and somehow I feel it's time to stop a bit and think where we come from and where we are going to.

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OpenOffice is better as a pager than as a text processor

Wednesday 11 February 2009 Freedesktop, awesome Comments

Since several month, awesome users have reported a bug with OpenOffice.org. When using OOo and clicking on a menu, or using the mouse wheel to read a document, the currently selected tag (desktop) will change automagically to another one.

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