Month: October 2010

  • Embedded Linux Conference Europe and GStreamer Conference

    This week I am in Cambridge getting to know my colleagues at Collabora Multimedia and attending both the ELC and the GStreamer Conference, which were co-locating. ELC was interesting. There were a lot of talks dealing with user interface and multimedia issues, and I was pleasantly surprised to find out several presenters mentioning Qt, usually […]

  • QtGStreamer – an introduction

    For the past couple of weeks I have been working on a very cool project, one started and lead by one of our brilliant KDE hackers-that-came-from-GSoC, George Kiagiadakis (gkiagia). I remember that the project got my attention when it was first announced. But I was very busy at that time, and could only follow it […]

  • Collabora Multimedia

    For the past 6 years I have been working on several open source projects as a volunteer. But it has been difficult to find the time to continue to do so on a regular basis after my son was born, in August 2009. There are only 24 hours in a day, and these are not […]

  • Updates on Linux Educacional

    Linux Educacional (LE) is a distro packaged by the SEED team at the Ministry of Education in Brazil. I posted about the previous versions already, you can find more info on the archives here and here. The LE team has been working on the 2011 version for a while. Previous releases used KDE 3.5, and […]

  • Blog v3

    Well, the last few months have been very busy. And I realized I have not blogged since Akademy. Of course, this is the perfect excuse to change blog hosts again 🙂 Livejournal has been good, but ultimately the amount of spam on comments is just too much, even for a semi-alive blog like mine. So […]