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Le programme des ateliers 2015 est en ligne !
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Le programme Vous pouvez à partir d'aujourd'hui planifier votre journée du 3 octobre prochain en consultant le programme des ateliers 2015 Le choix définitif s’effectuera sur place le jour J. Le…
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Ne traînez pas, les places sont limitées et partent généralement en quelques jours (sinon quelques heures).
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Les inscriptions aux ateliers #ParisWeb sont ouvertes !
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Comme chaque année depuis 7 ans toutes les places sont parties en un temps record pour les conférences. Prenez date si vous voulez assister aux ateliers, si c'est comme d'habitude les places seront vendues en à peine quelques heures le jour de l'ouverture des inscriptions.
 
Programme des ateliers 2012 et inscriptions en septembre. Accueil – Actualités – Programme des ateliers 2012 et inscriptions en septembre. Actualité publiée le 21 août 2012. Programme des ateliers 201...
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As Death would say, lifetime has always been overrated. At least I did get a Joyent t-shirt and a bottle of wine from Dean Allen (delivered in person in Paris, beat that! ;-).
 
Joyent ending "Lifetime" hosting accounts.
Some years ago when Joyent (then TexDrive) was young and strapped for cash they offered "Lifetime" hosting accounts apparently by "lifetime" they meant until we get tired of supporting them....... 

Action Required:
Legacy Service End of Life

Dear Ken McKinney,

We've been analyzing customer usage of Joyent’s systems and noticed that you are one of the few customers that are still on our early products and have not migrated to our new platform, the Joyent Cloud. 

For many business reasons, including infrastructure performance, service quality and manageability, these early products are nearing their End of Life. We plan to sunset these services on October 31, 2012 and we'd like to walk you through a few options.

We understand this might be an inconvenience for you, but we have a plan and options to make this transition as easy as possible.  We’ve been developing more functionality on our new cloud infrastructure, the Joyent Cloud, for our customers who care about performance, resiliency and security.  Now’s the time to take advantage of all the new capabilities you don’t have today. Everyone that’s moved to our new cloud infrastructure has been pleased with the results.  

We appreciate and value you as one of Joyent's lifetime Shared Hosting customers. As this service is one of our earliest offerings, and has now run its course, your lifetime service will end on October 31, 2012. However, we believe that you will enjoy the new functionalities of the Joyent Cloud. To show you our appreciation, as one of Joyent's lifetime Shared Hosting customers, we'd like to offer you a free 512MB SmartMachine on the Joyent Cloud for one year. Use this promotional code to redeem the offer.

[Redacted]

Please review the Terms and Conditions for the Joyent Cloud One Year Free 512 MB Machine Promotion by visiting this link.

To find out more about the Joyent Cloud and your options, please follow this link to our migration center for additional details.


Sincerely,

Jason Hoffman
Founder and CTO
Joyent
jason@joyent.com
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The EU is poised to take up a new int'l treaty, ACTA, which will fundamentally destroy the openness of the internet. The EU may now be the only hope to stop it! Sign the Access petition calling on the...
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Steve Jobs. 9 Oct 2011. "Remembering that I'll be dead soon is the most important tool I've ever encountered to help me make the big choices in life. Because almost everything — all exter...
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Accès PMR, vélotypie, traduction LSF, traduction anglais/français : Paris Web 2015 reste accessible à toutes et à tous !
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Année après année, l'accessibilité reste un sujet qui nous tient à cœur lorsque nous organisons Paris Web, et cette année encore, nous comptons bien vous proposer un évènement accessible à tous :…
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I disagree with Tim on federation but the post and its comments are worth a read.
 
Why developers should get out of he password business, and start doing it now.
Part of my job these days is convincing people to get out of the password business and start “Federating”; that is to say, outsource the login mechanics to an “Identity Provider” (IDP) like Facebook or Google or Microsoft or ...
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“Religion is a private matter. The words used and the rituals practiced in religion should not in any way influence the democracy of tomorrow. Fraternity, in the 21st century, would have everything to gain from it.”
If all the Churches are so upset over the issue of marriage for all, it is not so much that the rights and privileges of a union before the mayor will thus be extended to couples of the same sex, but
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Whereas I foresee (without much merit) that shared hosting won't pass mustard for a lifetime ;-)
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Proposez un sujet à la plus belle conférence des gens qui font le web.
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Only in France

Fabuleux. Je n'ai pas d'autre mot. Fabuleux.

Un Malien mineur (16 ans) arrive en France et est pris en charge par l'Aide Sociale à l'Enfance (ASE). L'ASE lui fait subir un examen osseux (examen très contestable scientifiquement) qui détermine qu'il serait majeur. L'ASE le met, littéralement, à la rue.

Il veut exercer un recours en justice contre cette décision qui en fait un SDF.

Le Conseil d'État déclare son recours irrecevable. Devinez pourquoi ? C'est magnifique.

Parce qu'il est mineur, donc il ne peut agir en justice.

Prends toi ça dans ta face, Kafka.

http://combatsdroitshomme.blog.lemonde.fr/2012/01/07/le-conseil-detat-se-moque-des-mineurs-isoles-ce-30-decembre-2011-lassana-b/
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