See you tomorrow at the Open Source for Real! event, the first SUSE international event dedicated to the discovery of the SUSE open source ecosystem, including database (EnterpriseDB), middleware ( WSO2) and enterprise CMDB applications (CMDBuild).
If you are a startupper and a fan of the role of open source in startup development, it is your time to get a feedback on your pitch from noted Silicon Valley venture capitalist Tim Draper. Thanks to the editors at Dice News, Draper will sit down with three startup founders on Jan. 23, 2014, at his Draper University in San Mateo. Read more at SourceForge blog.
Look forward to catch up with new and old friend from the European Open Source scene later this week at the OWF, in Paris. In case you missed from the 3rd to the 5th of October political representatives, decision-makers and experts will meet to debate on the technological, economical and social impacts that the Free and Open-Source technologies bring to market.
I’ll give a speech on the 4th at the Community Summit – Open Source Innovation Stories.
See you there!
Apache OpenOffice Extensions is a web 2.0ish style, with an updated look&feel reflecting the AOO 4 new look and amazing new features, like the autocomplete functionality, see below.
Read more at SourceForge blog.
The Open World Forum EXPERIMENT organization comitee is calling Makers and Doers, students and schools, artists and designers, associations and companies,and hackers to participate in the project (read the CFP).
To take part to EXPERIMENT : complete and send the form before the 30th of june to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Recently my Olivetti Olibook S1300 – a gift of Salvo Mizzi, of the Working Capital fame – died. I decided it was great time to face the experience of making my Acer Aspire one printing. While below you’ll find a detailed report about my journey to make possible to print via Linux with a Canon LBP 810, first I wish to share my thoughts about what all this means. Continue reading
When I’ve joined SourceForge my only concern was to abandon the SOS Open Source ship. While at a technical level I was still able to keep enhancing SOS Open Source tools, I had to give up all related business activities.
I’m happy and honoured to say that I have finally found a person who will take care of SOS Open Source business development.