The association LILA will be at Alternatiba Paris on Sunday 27th, at
Place de la République in Paris, which is also the "day without car" in Paris, perfect for an event about alternative social models, ecology, fair and
We will participate to the "Libre Village" ("Digital District", number 9 in the
event map below), with LILA as well as the other usual associations, foundations
and communities of Free Software: April, Parinux, Framasoft,
Franciliens.net, la quadrature du net, GIMP, root 66, Chiffrofête, Mozilla-FR,
Drupal, Novalys, Libre Office… We will also be representing GIMP.
You will find us in particular either in the "museum" booth (next to the
Wikimedia foundation) and "cinema" booth (next to April, BUG and Root 66).
Sorry, we have been a little late on our "Wilber & Co." comic strips and we
forgot to upload 3 of them on the website!
Released in issue 12 of GIMP Magazine on
May 28, 2015, it represented both the Labour Day, often held on May 1 in many
countries, but also a cooler vision of Free Software. It's not always about the
This comic strip was originally intended for GIMP Magazine as well, but since
it went on a pause until September, and because this is also some kind of public announcement,
we decided to release the strip earlier.
You may indeed have heard about the terrible actions by Sourceforge, a service
which the GIMP project used to use for their Windows
download and stopped because of unacceptable change of services. Well they
squatted the old GIMP account
and added Adware installers to the GIMP, which is not acceptable either.
So the bottom line of this strip was the important part: you want GIMP?
Install it from the upstream: gimp.org!
And this applies for most software!
A small strip to introduce one of the specifics of ZeMarmot's script which is that Marmot, as well as any animals don't speak in our movie.
See the full blog post.
LILA has been welcoming for a year now Mrs. Hysao Takagi as a Japanese Calligraphy teacher, on a weekly basis.
A special week-end workshop is organized the weekend of June 27-28 presenting
"the Fondamental Strokes"; and an exhibition of the students (who were all
beginners when they started and have 6 months or 1 year class experience) will
be held on the weekend of July 4-5.
We are closing the deadline for the 2D animation film "ZeMarmot" crowdfunding.
We are at 82% funded by 193 contributors, for only 67 hours left, as I write
these lines. If you were planning to contribute, now is the time!