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27 de Maio de 2009, 0:00 , por Software Livre Brasil - | Ninguém está seguindo este artigo ainda.

Welcome to new Mageia Linux Distribution!

7 de Julho de 2011, 0:00, por Software Livre Brasil - 0sem comentários ainda

As a (former) user of Mandriva, I was willing to change for another Linux distribution. Indeed, I had some difficulties to understand the strategy of the Mandriva Company and, more important, I had some problems with updates of my favorites softwares ...But what other distribution should i use?  As a French man living in Brazil, Mandriva (a French-Brasilian company) was a perfect match! But really it was time to change... At the Fisl 12 in Porto Alegre, I met both Debian and Ubuntu users. Both passionated by their Linux distribution... I was going to try Debian (thanks  Daniela ...) when I saw that a Mandriva fork called Mageia had come out.  And well, it really really rocks! It's fast, updated and ,last but not least, a lot like Mandriva.
Plus, the community - formers Mandriva developers - is very well organised, and motivated. Like Debian, no more company will rule the Mageia distribution. Who says "perfect"?   

Geolocation is nice with OpenstreetMap !

28 de Junho de 2011, 0:00, por Software Livre Brasil - 0sem comentários ainda

OpenStreetMap is a great project. We all know that… And recently I finally had the pleasure to use it to geolocate partners and events of a french think-tank. The project can be see here : . Beyond OpenstreetMap, this geolocation software uses Jquery UI, and OpenLayers and a JS library called BDIS. Everything is under GNU GPL.

The XML file that contains the data of the 2 layers is quite simple :

Another project, using the same software and much easier to understand, is available here

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