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blog post in No Food for Thought A Great Source of Developer Happiness Open to All After many years contributing to open source projects, I can't say [https://www.techrepublic.com/article/what-makes-developers-happy-contributing-to-open-source/|results of SlashData's developer surve
blog post in No Food for Thought ASUS F2A85-M Last month I bought my first desktop in a decade. Ordering and getting the parts from DirectCanada was already an experience. I expected some surprises as t
blog post in No Food for Thought Bugs So after a long time, summer is back in Quebec... what we call summer anyway. With these high temperatures, bugs are back too. Yesterday I came back at 1 AM. With the street lamps, I noticed that - ob
blog post in No Food for Thought FOSS Security, and Transparency at the Linux Foundation In December, the Linux Foundation released a report on its 2020 FOSS Contributor Survey . The most important an
blog post in No Food for Thought Goodbye Flash, Hello Complete Freedom! Although Debian has been my main home PC's OS for more than a decade, I've always used proprietary software on it. Usually various drivers or firmwares, and sometimes applications. But always, the 2 m
blog post in No Food for Thought Heartbleed no more - EU-FOSSA budget doubled In early 2016, [http://philippecloutier.com/blogpost37-Issues-using-GNU-Linux-as-a-desktop-PC|I expressed some satisfaction and a touch of pride regarding the multi-million USD ''Core Infrastructure I
blog post in No Food for Thought Launches and updates Around 1997, when I entered high school, I learned HTML (version 3!) and started LinkOPlaza, a website whose purpose was to share links to the webpages I liked. Although I found nice background pictur
blog post in No Food for Thought Linus Torvalds awarded the Millennium Technology Prize So, for the first time, the 2012 Millennium Technology Prize was [http://linux.slashdot.org/story/12/06/13/1314250/linus-torvalds-awarded-the-millenial-technology-pr
blog post in No Food for Thought Modestly Moving Away from a Monstruously Mad Mozilla In 2003, I was using Internet Explorer, Hotmail and Microsoft Windows when I discovered the Mozilla Suite. I could certainly count the number of open source applications I used on a single hand at tha
blog post in No Food for Thought Open Source Security Foundation A couple of months ago, when writing about the end of EU-FOSSA 2 , I criticized its reactionary nature. Just like [http://www.philippeclout
blog post in No Food for Thought Selected Select2? Better go with option #2 I haven't contributed much to Select2 , a JavaScript library to replace native HTML sel
blog post in No Food for Thought The Hacktivist's ABCD This week I witnessed an exchange on KDE's community mailing list. Someone made a reasonable request, quite decently formulated. Someone else, who visibly didn't appreciate that request, sent a reply
blog post in No Food for Thought Twitter's Bootstrap shall now bootstrap itself Last Summer, as I was working on the Tiki project, which uses Twitter's Bootstrap framework a lot, I realized that Bootstrap is quite hard to discover organically and I decided to bite the bullet and

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