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Unsaved Moving around. Desktop: Hold CTRL and drag the screen. Mobile: Drag quickly to move. Press and hold to start drawing. Asciiflow - ASCII Flow Diagram Tool

Asciiflow - ASCII Flow Diagram Tool

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Welcome to Caca Labs, home of professional, enterprise-ready solutions for a wide range of modern IT scenarios. Software ¶ This is our most famous software: libcaca, the industry-standard colour ASCII-art library zzuf, an application fuzzer toilet, a FIGlet replacement Caca Labs Caca Labs
Samuel Hocevar Samuel Hocevar Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre. Samuel Hocevar De 1995 à 1997, Hocevar a étudié dans les classes préparatoires du lycée Fabert[2]. Diplômé en 2002 de l’École centrale Paris où il s’est spécialisé dans les systèmes électromécaniques, la mécatronique appliquée et la gestion de projet, il a été le lauréat du « Prix des technologies de l’information et de la communication[3] » décerné par la SNCF le , et effectue depuis un doctorat à l’École nationale supérieure des télécommunications. Auteur de la licence libre WTFPL v2, Sam Hocevar est particulièrement connu pour son implication dans les logiciels libres, notamment dans le projet Debian, mais également le projet VideoLAN, auquel il a fait d’importantes contributions depuis 1998, tout particulièrement à VLC media player.
Sam Hocevar’s homepage Welcome to this small webpage. About My CV is available. Despite my utter dislike of the blog trend, I also publish the public part of my personal diary to keep people informed of what I am working on. It is mostly development-related. Sam Hocevar’s homepage
Samuel Hocevar - CV (français)
ASCII Art Collection

ASCII Art Collection

To explore and enjoy the many ASCII art pictures on this site, just pick an Art Category from the menu on the left. The 10 Most recently updated files: (The rest can be found here.) Christopher Johnson's ASCII Art Collection was revealed to the Internet in November of 1994, back when Netscape 1.0 was "soooo much better than Mosaic" and Internet Explorer didn't exist yet. Here we are 19 years later, and if my web-server traffic statistics are any indication, ASCII art is more popular now than it's ever been. Shameless begging starts now: Running this site for the last 19 years hasn't been cheap. I would like offer my most sincere thanks to those of you who have supported this site.