CopyCamp: Public Money, Public Code

If it is public money, it should be public code as well

This weekend, I attended CopyCamp in Warsaw. I arrived in a hurry and on a whim, because I was substituting for someone who could not attend last-minute. Erik Da Silva and I together held a talk on the FSFE’s latest campaign, «Public Money, Public Code». It is a campaign that postulates that software used or created by public institutions ought become Free Software and available to the public that paid for it. [Read More]

How I do my computing

There are a lot of conscious choices and efforts I make when it comes to how I do my computing. I list them here for me to review once in a while, or for your entertainment. Devices I have five devices that I use at least semi-regularly. In order of use: Thinkpad T470. A self-built desktop computer (A10-7850k, R9 380). Some Kobo e-reader. Moto G (I believe it’s the 2015 model, but I’m not too sure). [Read More]