Wikipedia. Another point of view and some numbers.

Hi mates!!!

After the last talk about how Wikipedia is organized, its principles, the story, etc. given by Miguel Vidal, now continuing with the series of talks about FLOSS case studies and more concretely about Wikipedia case, now it’s the turn of the lecturer Felipe Ortega talking about Wikipedia from another perspective (from an external point of view, about the data, numbers, etc.)

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Wikipedia. How does it organize and work?

Hi mates!!!

After the last talk about Wikipedia and the way how it manage itself, now is the turn of this other talk regarding also Wikipedia but this talk will be a perspective from outside.

This talk was given by Miguel Vidal a FLOSS researcher in Libresoft research group, a group of the Rey Juan Carlos University which investigates FLOSS.

So here we go!!!

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Mozilla and Mozilla-Hispano

Hi mates!!!

Following the series of talks about my subject in Studie Cases II, now it’s the turn of Mozilla and more specifically Mozilla Hispano, the Mozilla Spanish speakers community.

In this talk the lecturer was Guillermo Lopez, member of Mozilla Hispano, he is, actually translator of Firefox, Firefox Mobile and Sync. He is also leader in the translation of SUMO.

So here we go!!

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The Webkit Open Source Project

Hi mates!!!

Following the set of talks about my subject in Case studies today I’m going to talk about the presentation given again by Carlos Garcia Campos (the same guy who gave the presentation about Gnome) but in this case talking about Webkit, the FLOSS project to render web pages in one he is involved too.

So here we go!!

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OSOR – Open Source Repository and Observatory

Hi mates!!!

Continuing the set of talks about my course in Case Studies, today I’m going to write about a talk driven by Roberto Andradas regarding OSOR (Open Source Repository and Observatory).

Roberto Andradas is a system administrator who works for the Libre Software researching group in my university called (as you should know ;-) ) Libresoft.

Roberto was involved in the creation and implementation of OSOR since the beginning and he tell in this talk all about it.

So here we go!!

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Living as a FLOSS hacker

Hi folks!!!!

Today I’m going to continue writing about an interesting study case, the hacker lifestyle (how to live as a free software hacker)!!! Sounds good isn’t it?? ;-)

This talk was driven by Rodrigo Moya an active Gnome developer and who is working actually at Collabora.

So, here we go!!

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The Gnome Project/Community (update)

Hi folks!!

Continuing with the two posts (1 and 2) I did a few days ago regarding Gnome given by Carlos Garcia Campos, now that I have available the video of the talk, I’m going to update the post with the things I find interesting during the talk, curious things, etc.

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