Ces pages ne conviennent pas aux téléphones. Il faut un écran plus large.
These pages are not suitable for telephones. They require a full sized screen.
Visit the family pages. (You will be asked for a password.)
Un petit hotel du type "bed and breakfast" à Vence
Voir le Petit Livre Bleu
Voici une Boite Noire pour Voiture
J'ai fait refaire l'étanchéité de mon toit terrasse. Voici comment il faut faire.
Un abattage d'arbre difficile et dangereux par des professionnels.
Voici une table des correspondances.
Privilégiez la réservation en direct pour préserver la qualité de l’hôtellerie indépendante.
ISO/IEC 15445:2000, also known as ISO-HTML, provides an International Standard for the core of the HyperText Markup Language. It was written to put the weight of the ISO/IEC behind the W3C and help them hold the HyperText Markup Language steady whilst under commercial pressure.
I strongly recommend you read the User's Guide, rather than the Standard itself. It will tell you everything that you can find in ISO-HTML, and explain what it means.
Technical Note: The is only one source file for the International Standard (IS) and the User Guide. The IS is a subset of the Guide. The additional sections in the Guide are SGML Marked Sections which are included for the Guide and excluded for the IS.
If you are an SGML junkie and can decipher such
incomprehensible prose as
The NAME attribute value specification
shall be processed as if the declared value were NAME then by all
means read the IS, but the Guide is easier and just as authoritative.
Yes, this site conforms to ISO/IEC 15445.
I acted as editor for RFC 9271 "Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) Management Protocol -- Commands and Responses", dated August 2022, which describes the command/response protocol currently used in the management of Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) units and other power devices often deployed in small offices and in IT installations subject to an erratic public power supply.
Documentation and software for the Network UPS tools (NUT) project. This includes "Configuration Examples", a 131 page A5 booklet, PDF format.
The previous openSUSE page is now outdated. See the current version of "Configuration Examples" for guidance.
I struggled with the documentation for ML-Lex and ML-Yacc included
in the SML/NJ distribution, and ended up
merging that documentation into my own notes to produce a PDF booklet
to ML-Lex and ML-Yacc, 88 pages plus index, 862 Kbytes.
Typeset for A5 paper.
The latest version shows how to use "8-bit" ML-Lex with Unicode, and includes a working example which parses a UTF-32 encoded file. The technique may also be used with UTF-8, UTF-16 and other encodings.
If you find errors or omissions in the Guide, or find subjects that need a more thorough discussion, send a note to < guide at rogerprice dot org > and I will try to fix the problem.
A discussion of the use of iptables and ipsets to replace TCP Wrappers.
Small hotels are being suffocated by the mass marketing activity of on-line e-distributors, (Online Travel Booking Agencies). The commission rates, 15-25 %, of these parasitic intermediaries directly affect the rates you are charged, and reduces our investment in your comfort and the service we offer you. Please book directly with your hotel, to protect the quality and existence of the small independent hotel, and the quality of service offered.
Privilege direct booking to protect the quality of the independent hotel business.
Dear guests, By booking directly with your favorite hotel, by phone or through its official website, you will benefit by paying the same rate (and sometimes less!) plus…
This description of a Car Video Recorder is becoming outdated.
Les chiens aboient, la caravane passe.
(Dogs bark, but the caravan rolls on.)
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