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- SliTaz au salon Solutions Linux
- 01 May 2013 17:55
Bonjour à tous, Les 28 & 29 mai 2013 nous serons présents au salon Solutions Linux, Libre et Open Source à Paris . Venez nous rendre visite au stand A43! -
- SliTaz USB Key project launched
- 24 Mar 2012 23:36
Hi all SliTaz folks, Today we are launching the SliTaz USB key project! Pre-order your own SliTaz Spider USB key for 25 Euros minimum, yes you can also give more to help the project. For a while we have had requests for a SliTaz preinstalled USB key and so we searched away to offer this [...]
- Random news about SliTaz
- 18 Mar 2012 23:03
Hi all, We now have a new build tool to cook the official ISO. The tool is called cookiso and is well integrated with Cookutils and the cooker but remains independent. It acts as a build bot for ISOs, and it checks the packages list and Hg modifications to automatically cook and push the rolling [...]
- Distro news and sponsor
- 22 Feb 2012 12:22
Hi all SliTaz fellows! So here are some distribution news and some information on how to sponsor the project. Like usual, commits never stop into our Mercurial repositories and we had a really nice and productive IRC meeting last friday. The meeting ended up with a collaborative wiki page to write the SliTaz 4.0 Release Notes and we [...]
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SliTaz is made by volunteers and there is no company behind the project, but we desperately need some money to maintain the project infrastructure and services such as the main server and build host. You can help with a micropayment via Flattr or a Paypal donation to the SliTaz Association, that way we can keep our freedom and autonomy without having any ads on our sites.
The SliTaz web site is available in several languages and maintained by the internationalization team (i18n). Help is often needed and you're welcome to join us if you would like to see the website translated into your language.