OpenSouthCode 2019 recap OpenSouthCode is a FLOSS event that takes place in Málaga, Spain, every year. I have written about it before: Preview of the 2017 edition (in Spanish). Summary of the 2018 edition, among other events. The event tool place this year in a new venue, significantly better than the previous one, in my … Continue reading OpenSouthCode 2019 recap and new information added to my site
This past weekend I travelled to Valencia, the third biggest city in Spain, located by the Mediterranean sea, to attend to Akademy-es, the annual meeting of the KDE community in Spain. At this event we also hold the KDE Spain annual assembly. KDE España is the legal entity behind the KDE community in Spain and … Continue reading A weekend at Akademy-es in Valencia
Warning: these two posts are a "Lessons Learnt" kind of post, so there is a grandpa kind of smell on it that I am not sure I am comfortable with so there is very little science. I've got lately a few questions from managers about different aspects involved in the transition to working in the … Continue reading Dear software manager, working in the open for the very first time? Challenges (I)
As you probably know by now, I have been invoved in the Civil Infrastructure Project (CIP), a Linux Foundation Inintiative formed in 2016, representing Codethink, a founder Member and coordinating the engineering work in two areas within the project:
FLOSS event offerings have exploded in the last few years. You can find everything from very elite, invitation-only pricey events to small, local meetings that are open to everybody. Almost every company that migrates from being an Open Source consumer to a contributor becomes a conference sponsor, which is positive.