Posts Tagged ‘Open Source’
Invito a todos los hispanohablantes, miembros de KDE, a leer nuestro Código de Conducta. Esto es muy importante para mantener una buena relación entre todos los miembros de esta maravillosa comunidad internacional.
Si perteneces a KDE o alguna otra comunidad de Sofware Libre o código abierto, por favor, difúndelo.
Long time without posting :)
Well, from August 27th to 30th, KDE contributors met in LaKademy (Latin American Akademy). We got together in São Paulo, Brazil and the meeting took place in the Free Software Competence Center (CCSL) at University of São Paulo (USP).
It was my third time in Brazil and was great to meet again with my KDE Brazilian friends and learn more about the KDE community. Besides discussing about KDE applications, frameworks, technologies, projects… we had some really interesting talks and hacking sessions of course.
As usual, we enjoyed some beers everyday and visited the Garoa Hacker Clube, one of the most important Hacker Spaces in São Paulo. These guys use full Open Source, software and hardware.
Take a look at this 3D printer printing the KDE logo.
I gave a talk about the amazing KDE Connect.
I want to thank the KDE e.V for sponsoring the event and my trip. It’s really important to meet in our region and know better each other, these kind of meetings are really valuable for us.
You can see the full report of the LaKademy here and some pictures to share:
See you at next Lakademy!!!