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Make Better Software Public Licence

dimanche 29 septembre 2013 à 19:49

J’avais cette idée depuis quelque temps sous la main, alors je la publie.

MAKE BETTER SOFTWARE PUBLIC LICENCE

Version 1, August 2013

Copyright (c) 2013 Thomas Citharel <tcitattcitdotfr>

Everyone is permitted to copy and distribute verbatim copies of this license document, and changing it is allowed as long as the name is changed.

MAKE BETTER SOFTWARE PUBLIC LICENCE
TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR COPYING, DISTRIBUTION AND MODIFICATION

1. This software can be used, modified and distributed for free as long as you respect the following statement: you must give what you received.
The aim of the project using this license is to improve itself. It’s very simple: you can use it only if you help it.
This can be made by lots of ways. Below are some ways to help. People have worked to give you what you have access to today. So, it’s your turn can give something in return (please continue to read, because it’s not necessary money).

1.a Give a donation to the project or the person which created or helped this software being made.
1.b If you are able to, check out the code, see how you can improve it, then contact the project leaders with your ideas. Help them doing it even better.
1.c Write something about this software, talk to other people about it, diffuse it, share it.
1.d Write something nice to the people in charge for this project.
1.e If you meet one day an other person who helped one way or another this piece of software being made, thank her (it means pay her a drink).
1.f Have a nice day, be happy.

2. Restrictions for profit organizations: Don’t be evil, that’s all.

3. If the conditions above are satisfied, then you can do what the fuck you want with this software.

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Make Better Software Public Licence

dimanche 29 septembre 2013 à 18:03
J'avais cette idée depuis quelque temps sous la main, alors je la publie.

MAKE BETTER SOFTWARE PUBLIC LICENCE

Version 1, August 2013

Copyright (c) 2013 Thomas Citharel <thomas.citharetchezgmail.com>

Everyone is permitted to copy and distribute verbatim copies of this license document, and changing it is allowed as long as the name is changed.

MAKE BETTER SOFTWARE PUBLIC LICENCE
TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR COPYING, DISTRIBUTION AND MODIFICATION

1. This software can be used, modified and distributed for free as long as you respect the following statement: you must give what you received.
The aim of the project using this license is to improve itself. It's very simple: you can use it only if you help it.
This can be made by lots of ways. Below are some ways to help. People have worked to give you what you have access to today. So, it's your turn can give something in return (please continue to read, because it's not necessary money).

1.a Give a donation to the project or the person which created or helped this software being made.
1.b If you are able to, check out the code, see how you can improve it, then contact the project leaders with your ideas. Help them doing it even better.
1.c Write something about this software, talk to other people about it, diffuse it, share it.
1.d Write something nice to the people in charge for this project.
1.e If you meet one day an other person who helped one way or another this piece of software being made, thank her (it means pay her a drink).
1.f Have a nice day, be happy.

2. Restrictions for profit organizations: Don't be evil, that's all.

3. If the conditions above are satisfied, then you can do what the fuck you want with this software.

Make Better Software Public Licence

dimanche 29 septembre 2013 à 16:03
J'avais cette idée depuis quelque temps sous la main, alors je la publie.

MAKE BETTER SOFTWARE PUBLIC LICENCE

Version 1, August 2013

Copyright (c) 2013 Thomas Citharel <thomas.citharetchezgmail.com>

Everyone is permitted to copy and distribute verbatim copies of this license document, and changing it is allowed as long as the name is changed.

MAKE BETTER SOFTWARE PUBLIC LICENCE
TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR COPYING, DISTRIBUTION AND MODIFICATION

1. This software can be used, modified and distributed for free as long as you respect the following statement: you must give what you received.
The aim of the project using this license is to improve itself. It's very simple: you can use it only if you help it.
This can be made by lots of ways. Below are some ways to help. People have worked to give you what you have access to today. So, it's your turn can give something in return (please continue to read, because it's not necessary money).

1.a Give a donation to the project or the person which created or helped this software being made.
1.b If you are able to, check out the code, see how you can improve it, then contact the project leaders with your ideas. Help them doing it even better.
1.c Write something about this software, talk to other people about it, diffuse it, share it.
1.d Write something nice to the people in charge for this project.
1.e If you meet one day an other person who helped one way or another this piece of software being made, thank her (it means pay her a drink).
1.f Have a nice day, be happy.

2. Restrictions for profit organizations: Don't be evil, that's all.

3. If the conditions above are satisfied, then you can do what the fuck you want with this software.

My trip to London

mardi 20 août 2013 à 19:51

I could have said I wasn’t enough prepared and it could have been a disaster. I could have told people London is just like other capitals, all foggy and grey, with people everywhere walking in all directions.
But that wouldn’t be the truth, because London isn’t like this, and even if I didn’t know how to prepare myself to this adventure, London took me by the hand and brought me in.
Saying that I didn’t loose myself would be a lie, but as soon as the border was crossed, English comprehension came back just quickly and naturally. I didn’t took the metro line in the wrong direction once again.
There are tho things that literally blow your mind when you’re arriving in London, nearby your sleeping place. One of them is good, the other very disturbing. First, the parks. This is definitely the good thing. London parks are just amazing. Most of them are huge, and very well organized. When you understand that they are nearly everywhere, you feel how it can be a pleasure to walk for a few hours in these parks. There are therefore much more runners than you can see in Paris, for example.
Second thing, and this is very disappointing : the noise made by planes landing to and flying over London. There isn’t much noise from cars or other sources you could expect in town, but hearing a plane taking off or landing every 5 minutes comes to be very annoying at some point.
However my first night wasn’t mainly disturbed by planes but by the loudly snoring of one of my roommates. I’ll have to tell him. Because I never heard something like that (or, when I would, I could directly woke up the person to tell her). And the poor young lad who had to left his light on, because he had afraid of the dark, as for what I understood. Oh, but the rest seems to be suitable, I think I will highly recommend this place in the future.
Thomas.

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My trip to London

mardi 20 août 2013 à 09:30
I could have said I wasn't enough prepared and it could have been a disaster. I could have told people London is just like other capitals, all foggy and grey, with people everywhere walking in all directions.
But that wouldn't be the truth, because London isn't like this, and even if I didn't know how to prepare myself to this adventure, London took me by the hand and brought me in.
Saying that I didn't loose myself would be a lie, but as soon as the border was crossed, English comprehension came back just quickly and naturally. I didn't took the metro line in the wrong direction once again.
There are tho things that literally blow your mind when you're arriving in London, nearby your sleeping place. One of them is good, the other very disturbing. First, the parks. This is definitely the good thing. London parks are just amazing. Most of them are huge, and very well organized. When you understand that they are nearly everywhere, you feel how it can be a pleasure to walk for a few hours in these parks. There are therefore much more runners than you can see in Paris, for example.
Second thing, and this is very disappointing : the noise made by planes landing to and flying over London. There isn't much noise from cars or other sources you could expect in town, but hearing a plane taking off or landing every 5 minutes comes to be very annoying at some point.
However my first night wasn't mainly disturbed by planes but by the loudly snoring of one of my roommates. I'll have to tell him. Because I never heard something like that (or, when I would, I could directly woke up the person to tell her). And the poor young lad who had to left his light on, because he had afraid of the dark, as for what I understood. Oh, but the rest seems to be suitable, I think I will highly recommend this place in the future.
Thomas.