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Dimitri Merejkowsky @dmerej@mamot.fr

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"In this day and age, optimism is a revolutionary act"

This is the first in a series called "Quantum of Ideas". More info here:

dmerej.info/blog/post/introduc

mit.edu/~jcb/tact.html

Tact filters, and how you can apply them when talking to nerds or non-nerds. Old, but still pretty relevant.

Via @legrugru, la blague ultime. Show more

The Difference Between Free/Libre and Open Source

“Free/Libre = Open Source + Ethics
<=>
Open Source = Free/Libre - Ethics”

—Christophe Lafon-Roudier, @Framasoft

Nice alternative to OSM AND:

maps.me

Open source, usable offline, and the maps are great!

is this week-end !

For those interested, I wrote a blog post shortly after FOSDEM 2017

dmerej.info/blog/post/heard-an

There will be a similar blog post somewhere in the next two weeks for of course :)

Bon ça y est j'ai un vélo à moi.

Bye bye Vélib' c'était cool mais il est temps de tourner la page.

me voila !

Give someone a fish and you feed them for a day, teach them to fish and you feed them for a lifetime, but sell them a license for fishing software and they will forever depend on you for their fish because they never learned to make their own fishing software and the software and hardware architecture of contemporary computers is so complex that to learn to automate something in them is an incredibly lengthy process.

Il y a maintenant du code à moi sur un site en bortzmeyer.org \o/

Ça concerne le style de cette page:

mercredifiction.bortzmeyer.org

Merci @bortzmeyer pour la création du site et l'acceptation de ma modeste pull request ;)

C'est l'illustration d'un de mes vieux pouets:

mamot.fr/@dmerej/1591203

Le même lien posté sur twitter donne ça a la place:

twitter.com/d_merej/status/948

:)

Looking for an Amazon S3 alternative.

I need to host =~ 100Go of data and I'd rather not use any GAFAM stuff.

Any ideas ?

Just watched this nice talk:

destroyallsoftware.com/talks/i

Excerpt:

"[this is important] mostly because it will make you better programmers, but also because it will stop you from making angry hacker news comments."

Enjoy!