Month: November 2007

  • KDE meetings in Latin America?

    [english]I am back from Latinoware. It was a very good conference, more than 3,000 people on site, and a strong presence of people from other countries in Latin America. I met people from Uruguay, Argentina, Equador, Peru, Colombia and Chile, and of course a lot of brazilians. My talk about Games in KDE4 was good, […]

  • Conferences, games and KDE

    [en_US]I will speak about “Developing free software games with KDE 4” in two upcoming conferences here in Brazil, CONISLI and Latinoware. CONISLI (Congresso Internacional de Software Livre) starts tomorrow here in São Paulo, my home town, and will run for 3 days, with lots and lots of sessions. My lecture will be on Saturday, 16:00h, […]

  • Endangered species

    For some time I have followed the progress of Projeto Tamar. It is one of the most active conservationist efforts in Brazil, sponsored by large companies and with a number of volunteers and supporters. It is dedicated to saving the sea turtle, once considered endangered. Read about it at their site. Some of the results […]