CISL 2011: ahí estuvimos

Yesterday, September 9th, we were present in the CISL (Free Software International Conference). Our presentation was shorter than we had planned because the previous speaker didn’t finish on time but fortunately we had enough time to cover all the important points.

It was Rino’s first event as a Fedora speaker and he did a great job! He also enjoyed it a lot!! Welcome Rino!!

After our presentation we met Hernán Vivani, one of our Fedora’s  SA, and Claudio Pereyra Díaz, one of our translators . Hernán told us about the presentation he had given the day before. It was about how he switched a small national company from  proprietary to free software

We also had some time before Richard Stallman’s presentation to give LiveCDs and answer questions to the participants.

You can download the presentation here.

Spanish

Ayer, 9 de Septiembre participamos en la CISL, Conferencia Internacional del Software Libre. La charla tuvo que ser rápida porque nos entregaron el aula tarde pero se mencionaron las cosas mas importantes de la presentación.

Fue el primer evento de Rino, como orador para Fedora y lo hizo excelente! También él lo disfruto mucho. Bienvenido Rino!!

Después de la presentación nos visitaron Hernán Vivani, SA de Fedora, y Claudio Pereyra Diaz, traductor de Fedora. Hernán nos contó sobre la charla que dio en CISL el Jueves 08 sobre su caso de éxito al migrar Postres Balcarce, de Software privativo a Software libre.

Pudimos aprovechar antes de la charla de Richard Stallman, para obsequiar LiveCDs y contestar preguntas al público.

Como lo prometido es deuda, se puede descargar la presentación aquí.

One thought on “CISL 2011: ahí estuvimos

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s