You can now get devices that are guaranteed to respect your freedoms, thanks to the FSF's respects your freedom certification

Say no to DRM in HTML5

Hollywood is at it again. Its latest ploy to take over the Web? Use its influence at the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) to weave Digital Restrictions Management (DRM) into HTML5 — in other words, into the very fabric of the Web. Millions of Internet users came together to defeat SOPA/PIPA, but now Big Media moguls are going through non-governmental channels to try to sneak digital restrictions into every interaction we have online. Giants like Netflix, Google, Microsoft, and the BBC are all rallying behind this disastrous proposal, which flies in the face of the W3C's mission to "lead the World Wide Web to its full potential."

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This is my personal site where I post my own views on politics, software and other topics.

About me

I'm a developer from Spain, my objective is specializing in game development, although I am a very flexible developer and I have worked in multi platform applications and web development too.

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I have worked on a number of big projects over the years, if you want to know more check out the projects page.

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A 3D printed odyssey

April 17, 2017, No Comments on A 3D printed odyssey
A 3D printed odyssey

Hello everyone, a lot of time has passed since I last posted, in fact I haven’t posted a lot here, and for a good reason, I have been 3D printing for most of this time, and I can only say it’s been a blast, but not without issues down the road, let’s look at them …
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One year with GNU/Linux

It’s been a year since I switched over to GNU/Linux as my main operating system, it’s been an interesting year, and I hope it stays the same.  

Announcing the Free Comic Format

The free comic format (working title) is a new free comic book format that I’m developing as a python library, the special thing about this format is that the base comic has no text or speech bubbles, and instead those are loaded in a per-language basis which allows for low sized multi language comics, this …
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A flag for the free software movement

On August 2016 I asked the subreddit /r/vexillology to create a flag for the free software movement, one of them stood out because I it was really well made and has good symbolism, this flag was made by reddit user /u/JonathanCrumpet and he was kind enough to provide the flag under the CC BY-SA 4.0 …
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Free as in freedom: How modding could benefit from the free software movement

One issue that modding communities have is licenses, Gamebanana uses CC-BY-ND-NC, here at Modulous we allow you to chose any license as long as it does not conflict with the ToS, which means that pretty much all licenses that allow redistribution are allowed. Most of the drama in modding comes from people breaking licenses without …
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I am not a party person, in fact I highly dislike parties, not the ones where you stay in an establishment and can talk to people and enjoy discussing, I’m talking about the ones where it’s basically a musc-driven party, where all you are doing is jumping like a monkey when the music drops. This …
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My personal site is finally here, I’m still finishing up some stuff, so please bear with me.