Gabriel Saldaña's blog

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GNU/Linux Free Software & Open Source

HTML5 a jump backwards in web standards?

Web standards have always been about good markup, keeping things in order and cleaned up, etc. Using transitional or strict DTDs and validating [...]

Galaxy Nexus with Ice Cream Sandwich from Telcel

I was lucky to get an online coupon to get the Galaxy Nexus phone on launch in Mexico (Telcel carrier) last thursday. The [...]
CSS3 Columns

CSS3 columns in Internet Explorer and other unsupported browsers

Recently I’ve been working on a project for a client that makes use of CSS3 columns in its layout design. The problem with [...]
rainbow-mode

Easy CSS editing with Emacs

Editing CSS in Emacs is very easy since the standard CSS mode comes included by default. But developer Julien Danjou created this nice [...]

Identica-mode 1.2 with OAuth support released

The time has come to set up a new stable release for Emacs Identica-mode microblogging client. It’s been almost a year since last [...]

Will be speaking at FSLVallarta 2011

This year I’ll be giving two talks at the Festival del Software Libre in Puerto Vallarta. This time I got invited on two [...]

The importance of Web frameworks in startup development teams

In a start-up environment, things happen so fast that there’s very little time to polish your tools. Code gets done undocumented, development team [...]

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