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Jornadas Regionales de Redes Libres

La comunidad de BuenosAiresLibre, red digital comunitaria desarrollada en Buenos Aires y alrededores, invita a las Primeras Jornadas Regionales de Redes Libres que tendrán lugar los días 4 y 5 de septiembre en la Ciudad de Buenos Aires, con la participación especial de Ramón Roca, de de Cataluña, España, junto con representantes de otras redes libres de la región como CasaresLibre de Carlos Casares, LUGRo­Mesh de Rosario, MontevideoLibre de Uruguay, Bogotá Mesh de Colombia y Rede­mesh de Brasil.
Las charlas y talleres de este evento incluyen tanto aspectos técnicos de la construcción de nodos, equipos y redes libres, así como historias y experiencias de las redes existentes, como principios conceptuales y filosóficos de la comunicación comunitaria y la democratización del acceso a la información a través de las redes libres.

Buenos Aires, 4 y 5 de Septiembre de 2010

Lugar y horario de la primera jornada:
U.T.N. Medrano 951, Ciudad de Buenos Aires. De 9:30 a 19:30 hs

Lugar y horario de la segunda jornada:
Colectivo La Tribu. Lambaré 873, Ciudad de Buenos Aires. Desde las 13hs

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Made it with charm and jed from a rxvt-unicode terminal.

Scrolledge on touchpad

Time ago I was wrote an entry (in spanish) about how to activate scrolledge vertical and horizontal on your touchpad/mouse. I did it with synclient but I’ve another simple recipe to do it if you don’t use Gnome or KDE.
On /etc/X11/xorg.conf.d/10-synaptics.conf I added that options:

Option “VertEdgeScroll” “1”
Option “HorizEdgeScroll” “1”

and if you want to add more options, list all with

synclient -l

Made it with charm and jed from a rxvt-unicode terminal.

Compile-n-run in jed

In jed’s maling-list someone asked about how to compile and run from it without leave it. (Most of GUI IDEs do it.)
And you can automaticed it with a function that gets information about the buffer in which you are, runs the command and displays it on new buffer:

define compile_and_run ()
% declare variables
variable FORMAT = “cd %s && gcc -o %s %s && ./%s”;
variable filename, exe, dir, cmd, buffer;

% get file info and create command string
(filename, dir, , ) = getbuf_info ();
exe = path_basename_sans_extname (filename);
buffer = exe + “_output”;
cmd = sprintf (FORMAT, dir, exe, filename, exe);

% set output buffer, run command and move to that buffer
setbuf (buffer);
run_shell_cmd (cmd);
pop2buf (buffer);

Made it with charm and jed from a rxvt-unicode terminal.

CHMSee is now on Arch’s official repos

Long ago, I was made a how to view CHM files on gnu+linux.
But, a long ago too, I’m using CHMsee because doesn’t need lot of dependencies like Gnochm and works so well :)
If you’ve many ebooks and want to read them -and share them, of course- I recomend you chmsee – and now it’s on Arch’s official repos.
Ah, thanks to my friend Sebastian who helped me reporting errors on chmsee’s issues (because him has gmail account) and jungleji for him interesed on solving bugs.

Made it with charm and jed from a rxvt-unicode terminal.

My default Charm’s template

This’ my default Charm’s template I use with jed to post in my wordpress.
(I actived “no_mode” in jed because wordpress pick up return lines as new paragraph.)

<p style=”text-align:justify;”>
Write here :)
<p style=”text-align:right;font-size:xx-small;”>Made it with <em>charm</em> and <em>jed</em> from a <em>rxvt-unicode</em> terminal.</p>

Enjoy your console experince!

Made it with charm and jed from a rxvt-unicode terminal.