One more fan-freakin-tastik openSUSE conference is over. Thank you Dubrovnik and local organizers for such fantabulous conference. Your city is beautiful. Too bad that the weather wasn’t sunny all the time (don’t forget that Dubrovnik is touristic city). The old city was dope. I mean it’s very cool to stay inside the walls, go to school there. Of course restaurants, bars etc are expensive there, but still it’s so cool!!!
Personally don’t understand why everyone in the community linked Dubrovnik with Game of thrones series. It’s a Hollywood product. Maybe I’m the only one that don’t watch it. On the other hand, I saw the cruelty of civil war during 91-94 and the siege of Dubrovnik that lasted for 7 months. Of course a theme couldn’t use that, since it’s politics (although Game of Thrones has copyrights and it’s better not to use it either).
Greeks, Brazilians, Germans and Czechs.
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THE fantabulous openSUSE conference is over. We have some left overs to do and the #oSC13 will be history. All presentations can be found at openSUSE Recordings @ Youtube. Soon we’ll have all the pictures gathered.
You can read what happened day by day at news.opensuse.org. Day 1, Day 2, Day 3. You can find links to more pictures there.
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On July 20-22, I joined the 2nd openSUSE collaboration summer camp.
Participants from almost all FOSS communities (Ubuntu, Fedora, KDE, openSUSE, Gnome, Gentoo, Libre Office), interesting presentations and workshops on our favourite projects. I enjoyed the most the off schedule things. Relaxing, talking and water games (see the pictures). This year, the presentations were in English because there was a participant from SUSE offices from Prague.
This year I had 2 presentations and a workshop.
My first presentation was about ownCloud. Many people found it interesting for a business environment. I gave some live cd with owncloud in a box. You can find my presentation here.
My next presentation had the title Boothing. Not sure if there’s a word but what I wanted to say is how to use the nonverbal communication at the booths we attend at events. How to make the visitor feel safe and friendly to talk to us.
You can find my presentation here.
The last presentation-workshop was about translation some programs of Gnome. I explained the system we use to translate Gnome, I gave some po files to translate them. There was lack of time, so the participants got the files to finish them at home and then upload them to the system.
The event was pretty successful. Next meeting is the openSUSE conference (see below):
See 3 albums of photographs:
1. Album Baharakis
2. Album Koudaras
3. Album Michal Hrušecký