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-Leela beloved,The case of women cicsumcirion is an interesting example of cultural norms and liberal perspectivesThere is nothing wrong with having an opinion and ultimately rejecting a specific cultural practice based on one's takefor example Bush's war to bring democracy to IraqIn the place that we live in we it is inconceivable that someone might prefer a different kind of regime or that someone might have values that trump the perception of freedom that comes with what we conceive to be a democracyhowever, it is a judgement that is better executed after we know about the core values and the priorities of the Iraqi people, of whatever culture we think that we should enforce our own worldview onFemale cicsumcirion is probably (along perhaps with female infanticide ) one of the most visceral propositions that encounter immediate disgust and rejection among the like of us (me included)But it is a custom that exists in many societies ​ none of which a society that do not have the equivalent practice for menGenetile modification in most of these societies is also reflecting a perception of body and pureness, a tradition that has its own history and values that goes well beyond the shallow, two-dimensional portrayals of the ritual in the West- a mutilation of the female to enhance male dominance and horrific control over women's legitimate sexual urgesWhich brings us back to the question of how do we pass judgement on practices of other culturesFor myselfI'm not a cultural absolutist (meaning I don't think that one can not pass such judgements) I believe that one needs to learn enough about such practices from an emic perspective (meaning one should learn about the practice from an "​insider"​ point-of-view) that reflects real learning rather than the common media or other outsider portrayalsTake for example female cicsumcirionThis is a practice common in many African countriesin some of the East Africa states it involves upward of 90% of the womenIn the vast majority of the practices ​(which by the way vary considerably between different communitiesthe practice does not involve the removal of any organ (clit or lips) and in many of the societies it involves a single incision to the lips which heals quite fast and leaves no lasting effects. In many of the societies the women are responsible for the execution of the practice in a form of a rite of passage to adulthood ​and this practice is more symbolic than surgical There are many incidents of horrifying examples of this practice which make my skin crawl and the stomach turnThere are many other indications of pride in the practice as many believe it reflects some of the core values that they hold dearlyA Somalian women who lived in the US since childhood, decided to go back to Somalia and have this practice done following her graduation from HarvardFor her it meant very different thing than for many of the girls who are forced to go through that by force or by social pressure (in some societies one cannot marry unless she had that done)Before we condone ​(or reject for that matterthis practice (and other) we should learn about the actual details- How does it effect most women who experience that, socially, psychologically,​ and physicallyOne would actually find hardly any systematic scientific accounts for that phenomenon. We should learn how this practice is carried out and by whom. Sensational portrayals and selective accounts can hardly be considered a legitimate basis for passing judgement on an entrenched cultural practice. ​  At the end we can still have an opinion on that (which would likely be more nuanced and informed) and hold on to our own core values in a way that suggest the universalism of them- there are no good cultural specific basis to perform act X regardless of the local cultural valuesBut through this process we might just learn about the other from eye level and not from a perspective filled with underlying tones of the superiority that so many of us Westerns still experience implicitly when we look at "​primitive"​ cultural practices which we know so little about Just a thought ​+ 
 +====== FORGE ====== 
 +Le code de MedinTux est actuellement maintenu sur [[https://​adullact.net/​projects/​medintux/​|la Forge ADULLACT]]classé dans la catégorie [[https://​adullact.net/​softwaremap/​tag_cloud.php?​tag=sante|Santé]]ADULLACT est un forge qui tourne à base de [[http://​fusionforge.org/​|FUSIONFORGE]] qui est une plateforme OpenSource de gestion de projet collaborative très performante. 
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 +====== GIT ====== 
 +Le [[http://fr.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​Logiciel_de_gestion_de_versions|logiciel de gestion de version]] utilisé est [[http://​fr.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​Git|GIT]].  
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 +L'adresse du dépôt GIT est disponible [[https://​adullact.net/scm/?group_id=227|sur cette page]].  
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 +Pour télécharger GIT selon votre OSrendez vous [[http://​git-scm.com/|ICI]] 
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 +Pour apprendre à utiliser GITvoici [[http://​gitref.org|la documentation officielle]] ​(en), et voici un livre en ligne [[http://​progit.org/​book/​|en anglais]] et [[http://​progit.org/​book/​fr/​|en français]]. 
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 +====== Qt ====== 
 +MedinTux est développé pour l'​essentiel en C++ grâce au Framework [[http://qt.nokia.com/​products/​|Qt]]. (Seul [[medwebtux|MedWebTux]] est développé en PHP/HTML). 
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 +<note important>​Page qui manque de renseignements techniques concernant le développement concret du logiciel MedinTuxNécessite la contribution des développeurs.</​note>​
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