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Telephone hotline: Monday to Friday from 09.00 to 19.00.
France: 01 77 62 3003
International: +33 177 62 30 03
Contact form: https://www.lws.fr/contact_formulaire.php
Latinamap website maintenance
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The Latinamap.eu site uses Matomo web analysis software to automatically anonymise data so that no personally identifiable information (PII) is processed.
Matomo is one of the tools recommended by the CNIL if you want to be legally exempt from the request for consent for cookies.
With Matomo, your data belongs to you.
So you have the right to privacy and transparency.
No personal information is collected without your knowledge or passed on to third parties.
For all private information collected via the form on this page, you have the right to access, modify, rectify and delete data concerning you.
To exercise this right, please contact us using the contact form above.
Latinamap is a website & uMap interactive map application, based on Openstreetmap, “a map of the world, created by people like you and free to use under an open licence” to locate all European Latin music and dance festivals.
So, for fans of Latin dance and music, Latinamap allows you to :
– consult the calendar of festivals all over Europe and also in a personalised geographical area by zooming or filtering the search
– find out what’s happening with your favourite bands and festivals through photo reports
And for associations, groups and organisers of Latino events, Latinamap gives you the advantage of :
– advertise your events on a dynamic map updated every month
– raise your profile with web reports and improve your visibility on search engines
– find out about other festivals in Europe
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Any use or reproduction is forbidden without the agreement of the Latinamap.eu website.
This festival application lets you filter (by date or keyword) Latin music and dance events.
It also gives you access to their official programmes, concert and dance class times, ticketing, reservations and shuttle services throughout Europe.
But we are not the producers of any festival, only the promoters!
The information given in these festival programmes is therefore only indicative.
Please contact the organisers if you have any questions about a particular festival.
Free software is software that can be used, studied, modified and duplicated by others with a view to its distribution…
See the full definition on the page dedicated to this subject: https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Logiciel_libre
For interactive maps, we use the open-source uMap service. This alternative to Google Maps has many advantages: anyone can contribute to its development and, above all, it does not collect or use information without your knowledge.
To compile statistics on visits to the Latinamap website, we use Matomo Analytics, a free and open source web analysis software.
The data collected is stored on our servers and is completely anonymous (i.e. no PII = personally identifiable information).
It is therefore not supplied to any overseas databases and is only used to track the number of visitors to our site.
If you want to find out more, take a look at the essential free software and free culture site: https://framalibre.org
And a special thanks for the help provided by the GUL free network of one-armed users operating in Finistère and Brittany: https://www.facebook.com/groups/linuxquimper
The Ubuntu community is an essential part of the Ubuntu ecosystem. It is made up of contributors, users, developers, documentation members, translators, testers and many other individuals and groups who work together to support, develop and improve Ubuntu as an operating system.
Ubuntu’s philosophy of sharing, collaboration and accessibility is also reflected in its community. Here are some key points to note about the Ubuntu community:
Collaboration and contribution: the Ubuntu community actively encourages collaboration and contribution from its members. Contributors can help with operating system development, documentation, translations, testing, bug fixes and many other areas.
Forums and support: there are numerous forums, mailing lists and online discussion channels where users and contributors can ask questions, share experiences and provide help. This creates a favourable environment for learning and sharing information.
Events and conferences: the Ubuntu community regularly organises events, conferences and meetings to bring together members and enthusiasts of Ubuntu. This allows people to meet face-to-face, exchange ideas and work together on projects.
Technical development and contributions: many free software and open source developers contribute to the development of various parts of Ubuntu, including the Linux kernel, desktop components, applications and much more.
Derivative projects and variants: in addition to the main version of Ubuntu, there are official variants such as Kubuntu, Xubuntu, Lubuntu, Ubuntu Studio, etc. Each of these variants has its own community and dedicated contributors. Each of these variants has its own community and dedicated contributors.
Documentation and translation: community members work on online documentation, user guides, help pages and translations to make Ubuntu accessible to a global audience.
Commitment to open source: Ubuntu’s open source philosophy is reflected in its community, which promotes the use of free software and encourages active participation in the creation and improvement of software.
Overall, the Ubuntu community plays an essential role in the growth and continued success of Ubuntu as a free and open source operating system.
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