The International Free and Open Source Software Law Review (IFOSS L. Rev.) is a collaborative legal publication aiming to increase knowledge and understanding among lawyers about Free and Open Source Software issues.
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Un logiciel Open Source pour gérer la fabrication de vos bières maison. Via Scoop.it – Veille Techno “Autrement” Une pratique qui est en train de prendre de plus en plus d'ampleur est le brassage de sa propre bière chez soi.
This article will explain the basic steps involved in developing custom OpenERP modules. It is a “Hello World” kind of guideline, therefore you won’t be able to find out all the theories behind OpenObject platform here. Instead you will get all the necessary information to get started with. Sample module given here is fully functional and tested on OpenERP version 6.0.2 (with Web Client on Chrome browser). You will be able to download the complete source code at the end of this article.
The International Free and Open Source Software Law Book is a collaborative effort to create a coherent publication on legal aspects of FOSS in various jurisdictions. Marcus O'Leary kindly accepted to have his review republished on IFOSS L. Rev.
Transcript of a presentation given by Ned Batcheler at Boston Python in April of 2012
This is a short talk for a Boston Python night called "Fundamental Topics." It's intended to help beginners understand Python at a deeper level, and also to give intermediate learners some new tidbits.
L'innovation peut résider dans l'adaptation ou l'amélioration de contenus préexistants (logiciels, textes, images, musiques, etc.). Dans ce contexte, il peut être tentant de réutiliser un contenu disponible gratuitement sur internet et distribué sous une licence dite "libre". Nous passerons en revue les types de licences "libres" les plus courantes pour montrer que les libertés sont généralement assorties d'obligations pour celui qui se propose de réutiliser le contenu. Le non-respect de ces obligations entraîne des risques juridiques, voire des sanctions. Nous illustrerons ces risques et sanctions en parcourant la jurisprudence récente dans le domaine.
Android is a mostly free operating system mainly developed by Google. Unfortunately, the drivers for most devices and most applications from the "market" are not free (as in free speech, not free beer). They frequently work against the interest of the users, spy on them and sometimes can not even be removed.
This campaign can help you to regain control of your Android device and your data. It collects information about running an Android system as free as possible and tries to coordinate the efforts in this area.
OpenERP a publié la semaine dernière une première Release Candidate (RC1) de sa version 6.1. C'est l'occasion pour nous de revenir sur les nouveautés et améliorations apportées par cette version. S'il s'agit d'une version mineure dans sa dénomination avec le “.1”, elle comprend une véritable rupture technologique au niveau des fondations. Ainsi l'interface web a été intégralement réécrite à l'état de l'art, définissant le socle des futures évolutions ergonomiques.
Adeona is the first Open Source system for tracking the location of your lost or stolen laptop that does not rely on a proprietary, central service. This means that you can install Adeona on your laptop and go — there's no need to rely on a single third party. What's more, Adeona addresses a critical privacy goal different from existing commercial offerings. It is privacy-preserving. This means that no one besides the owner (or an agent of the owner's choosing) can use Adeona to track a laptop. Unlike other systems, users of Adeona can rest assured that no one can abuse the system in order to track where they use their laptop.
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