Probably the most relevant non technical action that a community executes is events. Most mature communities organize one or several big events in different part of the world with different goals, but one of them is common in every single case: engagement needs face to face relations. We are humans....after all.In order to organize these … Continue reading Sponsored vs supported
I am one of those who actively supported Canonical in the past. Mark Shuttleworth succeed in linking his success to our success in Ubuntu's early years. I believe that customers/users are smart. Ubuntu became, still is, the number one distribution for good reasons.In his journey toward success, Mark played hard, too hard sometimes. Not many … Continue reading A champion instead of a leader.
On September 19th I planned to give a talk in La Laguna College, Tenerife, Canary Islands. The idea was to promote involvement in Free Software Community projects, like KDE, among students and teachers.Due to a problem on my trip to Tenerife from La Palma (my mom's car decided to stay in La Palma instead of … Continue reading Libre Software Communities and Universities: talk at La Laguna University
Si sabes programar y quieres pasar a formar parte del equipo de desarrollo de Kubuntu, ya no tienes que pedir permiso ni viajar.El próximo 13 de diciembre, a la 15 horas (UTC) puedes conectarte al canal de IRC #kubuntu-devel, en Freenode, y asistir a 5 sesiones de una hora en la que se tratarán los … Continue reading Conviértete en desarrollador/colaborador del proyecto Kubuntu
These last four or five days it have been Kubuntu days for me. For different reasons, I've have installed or upgraded Kubuntu in four PCs and used the Kubuntu Live CD to configure a graphic card of a computer with debian sarge installed.Installing Kubuntu from scratch is a great sensation. It's fast and easy most … Continue reading Kubuntu days…productive days