jonathan carter

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UES Sevilla

Thursday, May 3rd, 2007

The Ubuntu Education Summit has been quite good so far. Today people from various projects and distributions were giving presentations and talks, and tomorrow we’re going to have a workshop discussing the problems that were presented and discuss possible solutions. I talked about tuXlabs and about some of the lessons we learned in South Africa.

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Ubuntu Education Summit and Ubuntu Developer Summit

Monday, April 30th, 2007

I’m having a nice pizza at OR Thambo International Airport. Just came from Cape Town International Airport about an hour ago, and the next stop is Madrid, and then Sevilla.
I had a strange experience in the bathrooms here just a short while ago… but I’ll talk about it later… it’s too soon to talk about […]

Edubuntu Summit 5.07 / First trip to London

Sunday, July 3rd, 2005

This weekend I flew up to London, UK, to attend the first SkoleLinux developers, Guadalinux (spanish distro), and other great people like Mark Shuttleworth, Matt Zimmerman, Henrik Omma and Paul Flint (Paul isn’t just great, he’s larger than life!). The delegates seemed to really like the Skubuntu setup that we’re currently installing in the Shuttleworth […]