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KDE booth presenter at Latinoware 2009 October 23, 2009

Posted by Sandro Andrade in planetkde-sandroandrade.
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Yes, if you are wondering about why we’ve been experiencing a considerable increasing of KDE users and contributors in Brazil that’s the answer. Who wouldn’t be attracted by this amazing KDE booth presenter in Latinoware 2009 ?

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1. anon - October 23, 2009

Talking of Brazil – do you have any idea how

http://aseigo.blogspot.com/2008/04/deploying-kde-to-52-million-young.html

is proceeding? Thanks for any info­čÖé

2. sebas - October 23, 2009

He looks like Kwentin Tarantino!

3. Rollo - October 23, 2009

When talking about sexism in IT, we should not to allow for double standards:

Just imagine that the picture would show a female presenter…
“… attracted …”

tumaix - October 23, 2009

people should have the right to make fun of themselves­čśë

Mauricio Piacentini - October 24, 2009

What is the problem with the word “attracted”? Please do not bring paranoia to our community, thanks.

4. Lamarque V. Souza - October 24, 2009

Hi everybody, I am one of the members of KDE-MG and I am also attending Latinoware. About http://aseigo.blogspot.com/2008/04/deploying-kde-to-52-million-young.html, the “Um Computador por Aluno” project is frozen because of some problems with the money to buy the machines. In Minas Gerais (the state I live) we already have thousands of public high schools running Metasys (local Linux distribution) and KDE with help of the state government. In another brazilian city, Pira├ş, all students use ClassmatePC for studying.


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