My own personal WikiWiki where I will be able to keep track of my ideas. Be prepared for the biggest mess you have ever seen
Check my dedicated page on the definition of free software, open source and freeware terms.
» Main article: free software projects
A really small section on projects I have tried to launch. Hopefully this will grow!
» Main article: free software wikishelf
This free software wikishelf presents guides about various free software projects like Samba, SSH, Linux, etc. These guides are aimed to understand better some of the concept behind each projects as well as to beyond the basics.
An important part of this wikishelf will be dedicated to Ubuntu.
» Main article: Ubuntu wikishelf
I am using Ubuntu on my primary desktop computer and I am really satisfied with it. As there is always ways to improve a product, I decided to document those ways in my wiki. When I think the article is good enough, I most probably will upload it to the Ubuntu documentation (wiki) to improve it.
My Ubuntu wikishelf will be the repository place of those articles.
Cloud computing is an interesting technology that allow people like me and you to use enterprise scale systems to host services. Amazon Web Services (AWS) offers various possibilities from storage only to a full virtual machine. I am going to try using this service with Ubuntu Server Edition. All my findings will be held in my Ubuntu wikishelf.
» Reference site: www.magical-world.eu
» Main article: Behind Magical World
This would be the behind the scene wiki of our world trip, with information about planning, countries and tips & tricks mainly aimed at other travellers. In addition, we will share our experience on travelling with bicycle.
» Main article: iBrain storm
A wannabe think tank section, but I am (and will always be) far from it.