Back in July 2017 I wrote a blog post, published by Codethink, explaining why is a good business to support community driven FOSS events. This post is related to that one. I will be attending to Akademy 2018. It will take place in Vienna, Austria, from August 11th to 17th. I will be there representing … Continue reading Codethink is sponsoring Akademy 2018 and I am attending.
openSUSE Tumbleweed is a rolling release that was designed with a clear goal, target and metric. It was developed following a clear picture of where to go. Design it was a painful but unavoidable process that challenged an assumption established in many people mindset back in 2012. Latest/greatest and stability were incompatible. Hence, Factory, the … Continue reading openSUSE transformation step 2. The user oriented distro.
Motivations Creating high quality contents takes time. A lot of people write nowadays but very few are writers. In the software industry, most of those who write very well are in the marketing side not on the technical side. The impact of high quality contents is very high over time. Engineers and other profiles related … Continue reading Team blog: more than just a blog.
I few weeks ago I announced I was joining Linaro. I work there as Director of Core Development Group. I moved from Prague to Cambridge (the original), that is, from continental to oceanic climate. From dry, cold in winter and hot in summer to wet, soft in summer and above zero most of the winter. … Continue reading First weeks al Linaro and other things
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