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{% block title %}licences{% endblock %}
+{% block header %}{% endblock %}
+
+{% block disclaimer %}{% endblock %}
+
{% block content %}
- <div class="row-fluid">
- <div class="span12">
- licences
- </div><!--/span-->
- </div><!--/row-->
+<div class="row-fluid">
+<div class="span12">
+<h1>
+Licences des principaux composants de la solution &laquo;&nbsp;UnivNautes&nbsp;&raquo;
+</h1>
+
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+La solution &laquo;&nbsp;UnivNautes&nbsp;&raquo; est principalement basée sur
+<a href="#pfsense">pfSense</a>, une distribution de <a href="#freebsd">FreeBSD</a> orientée pare-feu et routeur. UnivNautes
+ajoute la possibilité de connexion au portail captif de pfSense via une
+fédération d'identité. Cette extension est programmée en <a href="#python">Python</a>/<a href="#django">Django</a> avec les modules
+proposés par <a href="#authentic2">Authentic2</a>, qui utilisent la bibliothèque <a href="#lasso">Lasso</a> conforme au
+standard SAML 2.0.
+</p>
+<p>
+L'interface visible d'UnivNautes (de page d'accueil à celle de connexion) utilise <a href="#bootstrap">Bootstrap</a>,
+la partie carte est générée avec <a href="#leaflet">Leaflet</a> depuis des données <a href="#osm">OpenStreetMap</a>
+dont le rendu est effectué par <a href="#cloudmade">CloudMade</a>.
+</p>
+<p>Ci-dessous sont présentées les licences de ces principaux systèmes, extraites des sites correspondants.</p>
+
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