These are the most relevant Open Source projects Agustín has been involved with the last few years. Some of them are upstream community projects and some others consortium driven project.
Agustín led the Open SUSE Team for almost two years which was formed by all SUSE employees working full time at the openSUSE project. At the same time, Agustín acted as program manager from SUSE at openSUSE, being responsible for the budged and the representation of the company at the project.
The openSUSE team led the transformation of the openSUSE distribution into a modern rolling release, which later on was called Tumbleweed. This team also created different tools and applications that became wide used like openQA or the Travel Support Program management app.
As project website states, “The BuildStream project develops, delivers and maintains an integration toolset called BuildStream specially designed for software application developers and integrators of complex systems that follow modern delivery methodologies to ship software that should be in production for a long time. At the same time, as Free Software project, BuildStream ships versions of the tools set advancing the features that will be shipped in the future for those who want to evaluate where the toolset is heading or test them.” Buildstream, together with the Remote Execution implementation called BuildGrid, constitute a new generation of Open Source integration tools.
Agustín contributed to this FLOSS project during the second semester of 2018 coordinating different areas, organising gatherings, planning activities, defining and documenting processes to help scaling up the project, creating reports, data analysis, etc. These contributions were done as part of his involvement at Codethink.
Civil Infrastructure Platform. (CIP)
The Civil Infrastructure Platform is a Linux Foundation initiative that intends to build a core base system for industrial grade products in a collaborative way. Agustin has been coordinating Codethink’s involvement in this group, specially in two areas: CIP kernel maintenance and kernel testing. He also participates at the CIP Technical Steering Committee. Agustín involvement in CIP started early in 2016. Learn more…
GENIVI Development Platform (GDP)
The GENIVI Alliance used to produce a Platform to demonstrate the software developed within the different Expert Groups. This project was published with free licenses after it was finished. Agustin led the team from Codethink Ltd that turned it into a standard Open Source project and from being an application demo platform to a development platform (GDP), based in Yocto, bringing community contributors to the project, from Oct 2015 to Oct. 2016. Read more…
Earlier in his career, Agustín was involved in other projects like:
- Linux Terminal Server Project (LTSP). Together with employees at ejerciciosresueltos.com, Agustín directed the development of a product for managing computer labs based on this thin client project, back in 2003, contributing to upstream.
- Kubuntu: through the design of the first version of the mEDUXa project, back in 2005, Agustín got in contact with Canonical and the Kubuntu project, participating on its community. Agustín got invited to the 2007 UDS in Sevilla, ES.