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Mathieu Comandon
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I am leaving France in 2 days, but won't be taking with me all of my data, or my main machine. This is what I've set up to be able to access my data:
I installed Raspbian on my Raspberry Pi and set up NFS shares from my NAS. Those shares are uploaded, very slowly, to hubiC. I'm currently using the free 25Gb account but I'll soon upgrade to the 10Tb plan.

I installed a permanent reverse ssh tunnel from my kimsufi dedicated server back to the Raspberry Pi using autossh and supervisor, that way I can always access it, as long as it's connected to the internet.

I also installed wakeonlan to be able to switch on my main computer from the raspberry so I'm able to transfer data to the NAS.

Now that my Raspberry Pi has finally found a good use and since I'll be leaving without it, guess I'll have no other choice than getting a Raspberry Pi 2 :p
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Ça, c'est le seul truc que j'ai pas choisi ^^ Et je sais pas ce que donnent les autres FAI à St Just St Rambert
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Some good stuff coming on Linux this year!
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Ma petite introduction rapide à l'intégration continue lors du google launchpad à Bordeaux 
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REST APIs + Elastic Search + Cordova + Natural Language Processing: 80 hours
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Building Lunchcraft, obviously.
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The biggest disappointment in Ubuntu 14.10 is that it didn't ship with the latest NVidia driver.
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This is quite a motivational lunchcrafting board!
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Bonjour Mathieu
Comment va ton installation
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It began when my coworker, despite already knowing how to program, was forced to take the intro level Computer Science course at my university. We joked with...
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"Not every week-end project should be made public and available through Bower. The Javascript community needs to learn to filter itself." http://manuel.bernhardt.io/2014/12/30/generation-javascript/

Pretty accurate description of one of the most annoying thing in Javascript land
I'll start by saying that this is not a rant, but rather a cry of despair that I'm repeating and that slowly – but steadily – seems to come to consciousness in our industry, like this one. The phenomenon I'm about to describe is not only limited to the Javascript community either, that community ...
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One does not simply ragequit

http://steamcommunity.com/id/strycore/stats/AnotherWorld

Special thanks to +Ryan Gordon for porting the game and to +Venn Stone , +Jordan Cwang and +Pedro Mateus for making me buy it
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Moving to KDE
As much as I like Unity, I've decided to migrate my computers to KDE for the foreseeable future. The reason behind this is mainly Compiz, which  I find has lost some stability over the last few months.
On my desktop PC (with a NVidia GTX560), Unity ran pretty well. That's until I decided to upgrade the NVidia drivers to their latest version (346.16 from Xorg-edgers) which resulted in many glitches on the desktop, which were only happening using Compiz.
On my computer at work (with a low-end Geforce 210), I often had Compiz eating half a core for no good reason.
On my Thinkpad T60 (Radeon X1300), Unity never worked well. I wasn't satisfied with either Gnome Shell, XFCE or Openbox.

After migrating each of these machines to KDE, I'm now perfectly happy and have found stability, speed and a fully usable desktop.

Good thing that KDE is very customizable, because I'm not really a big fan of the default setup. That required changing many settings in order to get the right look and feel: Numix theme, OpenSans fonts, dock on the left side, grid workspaces, keyboard shortcuts, window buttons. I haven't changed my software habits in any way, using mostly GTK programs (with the exception of Dolphin replacing Nautilus). At the end of the day, KWin is an excellent WM, just as feature complete as Compiz but with more stability and speed.

Window manager issues set aside, I'm also future-proofing my desktop.  I'm not sure I want to be an early adopter of Unity 8 and this whole convergence thing. I like my screens big and my keyboards mechanical. On the touch device side of things, I'm totally sold to Android Lollipop and the whole Material Design looks.
Ubuntu Touch might become something really good but as with earlier versions of Unity this will take some time and a few iterations. Meanwhile, I need an environment I enjoy using, letting me having an optimal workflow (and also great gaming experience), that's what KDE provides today.
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I'll have to see when I reboot next time but googling var cache kdecache seems to show that this is quite an issue for a lot of people
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  • EPSI Montpellier
  • IUT St Etienne
  • EASE (Architecture School, St Etienne)
  • Lycée Beauregard, Monbrison
  • Collège St Joseph, St Just/Loire
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"strycore" where "strider" is not available
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I code using Open Source technologies and cook Burritos. llamas and caybaras rock my house.
Introduction
I'm a Web Developer in Bordeaux and an Open Source enthusiast.

I'm with the Giroll crew, we organize kick ass Install Parties every 6 month and meet on Tuesday evenings every week.

I wish I could code cool stuff in C but I suck at it and I don't care because Python is the greatest langage anyway.

I'm quite picky about coding standards, indentation and readability. Source code is for humans not for computers.

I'm the creator of Lutris, a gaming platform a bit like Steam except it's for Linux and as a potential library of about 50,000 video games (yes, really)

In French : "PHP c'est de la merde"
Work
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Software developer
Skills
Python development, Linux administration, GTK+, Django, Javascript and more
Employment
  • Lunchcraft
    CEO, 2014 - present
  • Blookup
    Lead developer, 2012 - present
  • Self employed
    Software engineer, 2009 - 2012
  • Areva
    Software developer, 2007 - 2008
  • IBM
    Q&A Technician, 2006 - 2006
  • LDLC.com
    After Sales Service Technician, 2003 - 2005
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Los Angeles
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Bordeaux - Montpellier - St Just St Rambert - Firminy - Alençon - St Etienne - Lyon - Eugene, Oregon
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