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Ubuntu 18.04 and the path to GNOME Shell

Language: English

About Olivier Tilloy (Canonical): Software engineer on the Ubuntu desktop team at Canonical. Free software enthusiast, obsessed with user experience and quality.

Review how we transitioned from Unity 7 to GNOME Shell, all the features and polish that went into Ubuntu 18.04, and what is planned for 18.10 and beyond

 


 

 

An Introduction to Ubuntu MATE 18.04

Language: English

About Martin Wimpress : Passionate open source advocate, Linux enthusiast and Podcaster. Lives in England, with his wife and daughter. Works at Canonical making Ubuntu & Snapcraft.

An introduction to the Ubuntu MATE operating system and the origins of the project. Featuring a live demonstration of the 18.04 release with a detailed look at the new features, how the alternative desktop layouts work and why Ubuntu MATE might be the safe haven Unity 7 users are searching for.

 

 


 

 

Extendiendo Ubuntu con Javascript

Language: Spanish

About El atareao, Lorenzo Carbonell: Escribo sobre Ubuntu y Linux en mi web, El atareao (https://www.atareao.es) durante los últimos 8 años. He desarrollado varias aplicaciones para Ubuntu: My-Weather-Indicator, uText, Calendar-Indicato, uPDF. También he desarrollado varias extensiones para Nautilus, Nemo y Caja.

Cómo mejorar la experiencia de usuario, extendiendo el escritorio de Ubuntu con aplicaciones desarrolladas en Javascript. Javascript es la mejor manera de migrar los indicadores tradicionales y antiguos a unas aplicaciones impresionantes. Porque no sólo desarrollamos, queremos tambien disfrutar la belleza de nuestro entorno de escritorio.

 

 


 

 

Live Ubuntu Touch/Halium porting

Language: English

About Marius Gripsgard: A free and open source software developer from Norway. Aged 17, he created the UBports project, originally a community for porting Ubuntu Touch to third party devices. In 2017, UBports took over the development of the whole Ubuntu Touch operating system after Canonical announced the end of their support for the project. Marius specializes in low-level Android development and was one of the minds behind Halium, the standardized hardware abstraction layer, that makes GNU/Linux distributions like Ubuntu Touch and Plasma Mobile compatible with Android devices.

UBports founder Marius Gripsgard will give an introduction to porting Halium, a standardized hardware abstraction layer, that makes GNU/Linux distributions like Ubuntu Touch and Plasma Mobile compatible with Android devices.

 

 


 

 

One year after the world ended - Ubuntu Touch today

Language: English

About Jan Sprinz: In the UBports community, my main area of contribution is project management and leading the QA team. As a member of the Board of Directors, i am also involved in the ongoing endowment of UBports as a non-profit Foundation in Germany.

One year has passed since Canonical announced the end of their Ubuntu for devices project. The operating system since got picked up by the UBports community. A community member gives an overview of what has been achieved so far, and what the future holds for Ubuntu Touch.

 

 


 

 

Advocacy for Advocates

Language: English

About Nathan Haines: Nathan Haines is an author, instructor, speaker, and computer consultant who fell in love with Ubuntu in 2005, and helped found the Ubuntu California Local Community Team to share that excitement with others. As a current leader of Ubuntu California and a member of the Ubuntu Local Community Council, he works to help others share Ubuntu worldwide. When not working with computers, he's more than likely admiring the latest Nintendo hardware, wishing he had more time for retro console and PC gaming, and indulging in linguistic curiosity by studying German or dabbling in Old English or Tolkien's constructed Elvish languages. The queue of scifi and fantasy books on his Kindle is probably growing instead of shrinking, although sometimes camping trips help with that. As a hybrid author who enjoys stiff drinks, moonlit walks on the beach, and five-star reviews on his books, he can be found on the Web at http://www.nhaines.com/ and would love to hear from you at nhaines@ubuntu.com.

We all know how exciting Free Software is. It's powerful, it's fun, and it's free. The communities around various projects are vibrant, varied, and compassionate. Ubuntu advocacy should be easy, right? Free Software can be evaluated and put to use easily and effectively. It can enhance existing projects or entirely bootstrap new ones. It can breathe new life into old hardware and unleash the potential of new systems. Opportunities abound in the world of Free Software. Projects need programmers, they technical writers, they need artists, and they need designers. They need bug triagers, user advocates, and community helpers. So why is it hard to convince others to give Free Software a try? In our enthusiasm to persuade others, we focus on the wrong things. I'll explain how you can make your next conversation about Free Software as exciting for your audience as it is for you. Learn how to share your love for your favorite Free and Open Source software with others and be a more effective advocate. Get others excited about coding, community, or contributing!

 

 


 

 

Running openstack in ubuntu

Language: English

About José Manuel Román Fernández Checa: Fibercli is a company specialized in open source for telecommunication field.

In this presentation we present openstack. How to install in ubuntu and basic scenarios. In the second part of presentation we present more advanced scenarios focusing in networking and scenarios for telco companies.

 

 


 

 

Introducing: Ubuntu Europe Federation

Language: English

About Ubuntu Europe Federation : You are organising an event, but your LoCo is not an association, but you wish you have something on your back to cover administrative stuff such as insurance? You want to host the next UbuCon Europe but you are not sure how to submit your awesome project ? You want to share needs that should be covered by the federation ?

After a short summary of how we came here, we will share ideas and needs that should be covered by the Ubuntu Europe Federation.

 

 


 

 

Let's Test

Language: English

About Carla Sella: I am a Linux enthusiast and part of the Ubuntu Community

How to get involved with the Ubuntu QA Team

 

 


 

 

Running your own mainframe on Linux (for fun and profit)

Language: English

About Jeroen Baten: I have been working for ages in the ICT world. You could say I know (almost) anything about Linux and Open Source software! Maybe that is a bold statement, but after writing 7 books on the subject and more than 15 years of experience I think I am allowed to say this. I have written the following books: Linux in het bedrijf, Open Source binnen bedrijf en overheid, LPI level 1 studieboeken (101 en 102), LPI level 2 studieboeken (201 en 202). Co-initiator and former-chairman of the T-DOSE foundation wich organised an Open Source conference every year. Boardmember of the l’Accolade foundation, a campingsite for families with disabled children. Boardmember of the Open Source Business Club OSBC. Volunteer firefighter in the townships of Son & Breugel and Culemborg (8 years in total).

Yes, this talk is about running your own mainframe on your own hardware. Mainframes are old, yes, but they are still very much alive. New hardware is still being developed and there are a lot of fresh jobs in this area too. A lot of mainframes run COBOL workloads. COBOL is far from a dead language. It processes an estimated 85% of all business transactions, and 5 billion lines of new COBOL code are written every year. In this session the speaker will help you in take your first steps towards running your own mainframe. If you like then after this session you can continue to build your knowledge of mainframe systems using the links provided during the talk. Come on in and learn the basics of a completely different computer system! And it will take you less than an hour to do that!

 

 


 

 

Digital Rights and Ubuntu

Language: English

About Diogo Constantino: I'm a Digital Rights Activist, Free Software and Ubuntu lover and advocate, and work as Development Environment Administrator.

How Digital Rights impact Ubuntu developers and users, and how Ubuntu can impact Digital Rights

 

 


 

 

Analyzing Ubuntu Community

Language: English

About Manrique Lopez: CEO and stakeholder in Bitergia (http://bitergia.com) and open source communities passionate. I was born in Gijón, where I went to University to graduate as Industrial Engineering and started a never-finished doctorate in computer science. I worked at the Technological Center for Computer Science and Communications of the Principality of Asturias (CTIC), participating in W3C working groups. Later director of innovation at Ándago Engineering. After a brief stint in the world of start-ups and I've worked as open source specialist consultant primarily and joined Bitergia in 2013. Involved in several communities related to the free, open source software like AsturLiNUX, Maemo/Meego, Mozilla Madrid, Google Developers Group, etc

Communities have been driving open source development and software innovation even before first Linux release. By analyzing software development communities, managers are able to have better knowledge of the projects they manage, but they also have means to increase development transparency beyond the availability of the source code. During this talk, I'll show some free, open source tools, like GrimoireLab (http://grimoirelab.github.io), to analyze software development communities, activities and processes. It will show some examples of metrics used by other communities and some of them applied to Ubuntu community. As an outcome, attendees will learn how to use them for their own projects or in their own organizations.

 

 


 

 

DevOps with Lando and Docker

Language: English

About Anibal Sanchez: Aníbal Sánchez is the team leader of Extly Extensions and JoomGap mobile applications. He has experience in rapid web development within DevOps processes, with more than 15 years of expertise in the Internet industry, developing new technologies, implementing quality assurance practices and project management methodologies. Anibal Sánchez currently contributes with Joomla! community as Leadership Team member, JED’s Marketing Manager, Joomla! Code Contributor, Joomla! Bug Squad member, Joomla! Magazine author (español) and Joomla! StackExchange user.

Lando is for developers who want to quickly specify and painlessly spin up the services and tools needed to develop their projects. It's a free, open source, cross-platform, local development environment and DevOps tool built on Docker container technology. In this workshop, we'll review how to use Lando, configure recipes, mimic locally production environments, easily customize or extend tooling, deployment options and basically any other functionality.

 

 


 

 

GNOME Newcomers Initiative

Language: English

About Alberto Fanjul: I'm a professional on IT for more that 10 years passionate about open source

Learn how to contribute to GNOME and contribute to an open source project

 

 


 

 

GNOME Newcomers Workshop (Builder and flatpak)

Language: English

About Alberto Fanjul: I'm a professional on IT for more that 10 years passionate about open source

Learn to setup flatpak and Builder IDE to contribute on GNOME Software

 

 


 

 

Applied Security for Ubuntu Containers

Language: English

About Jesus ESCOLAR: CEO of EXELERYS, an emerging start-up fighting cybersecurity threats through multiple consolidated services and solutions portfolio across EMEA. He has intervened in multiple events including Cloud Expo Europe, ISACA, InfoSec to provide an holistic view on the actual and future view on threat intelligence, where problems and solutions for known and unknown issues where addressed and discussed. Prior to founding EXELERYS, Jesus was working actively with security vendors worldwide providing enablement and education across the different security issues the corporations faced, working closely with different cross-department teams for years building active solutions for their enterprise customers. EXELERYS in pioneering the integration of security operations in the container infrastructure and in the serverless ecosystem (FaaS – Function-as-a-Service) with multi-vendor API integrations and open security standards. You can reach him at jesus.escolar@exelerys.com or follow the Twitter accounts: @EXELERYS and @VirtualBlackCat

There’s a constant rise of the container usage in the existing cloud ecosystem. Most companies are evaluating how to migrate to newer, flexible and automated platform for content and application delivery. The containers are building themselves alone across the business, but who's securing them? We will discuss the evolution of infrastructure solutions from servers to containers. We will discuss about how can they be secured. What opensource security options are available today? Where is the future leading towards container security? What will come after containers?

 

 


 

 

Advanced Malware on Linux Systems

Language: English

About Jesus ESCOLAR: CEO of EXELERYS, an emerging start-up fighting cybersecurity threats through multiple consolidated services and solutions portfolio across EMEA. He has intervened in multiple events including Cloud Expo Europe, ISACA, InfoSec to provide an holistic view on the actual and future view on threat intelligence, where problems and solutions for known and unknown issues where addressed and discussed. Prior to founding EXELERYS, Jesus was working actively with security vendors worldwide providing enablement and education across the different security issues the corporations faced, working closely with different cross-department teams for years building active solutions for their enterprise customers. EXELERYS in pioneering the integration of security operations in the container infrastructure and in the serverless ecosystem (FaaS – Function-as-a-Service) with multi-vendor API integrations and open security standards. You can reach him at jesus.escolar@exelerys.com or follow the Twitter accounts: @EXELERYS and @VirtualBlackCat

Today, the amount of Linux systems is undoubtedly on the rise. In the consumer and corporate ecosystem there are too many systems using open and closed versions of Linux solutions, and the their protection is critical. We will discuss the landscape evolution of the existing malware for Linux, towards the newest threats. And why it is so important to protect Linux systems in production environments but also in consumer environments. Why the rise of such newest threats? Where did they come from? What purpose they have? How to mitigate them? What opensource security solutions are available in the market today? What’s next?

 

 


 

 

forensic-all, your AiO forensic toolkit with one apt

Language: English

About Claudio Chifa: Expert in cybersecurity with more than 15 years of experience and recognized certifications. Interests include forensic sciences and cloud computing. Known speaker in different public forums, he is also a regular collaborator of different associations of experts and FCSE as the national police and civil guard. Currently, responsible for the cloud and infrastructure cybersecurity area at SCASSI CIBERSEGURIDAD, coordinating several R & D initiatives in the field of honey networks.

As technology continues to advance, people working in the criminal justice and criminology fields find themselves surpassed by the amount of new threats and need of new tools to ease the day to day activity. Ubuntu plays a great role in this helping forensic computer investigators and digital forensic experts reconstruct and analyze digital information to aid in investigations and solve computer-related crimes. The talk will explain how to create your own all in one forensic toolkit with only one apt, toolkit that will help us perform many tasks starting with simple cloning and hashing for preserving the chain of custody to locating AES keys in a captures memory image, undelete e-mail messages, find processes hidden by rootkits and much much more.

 

 


 

 

How big is Open Source in Industrial Automation?

Language: English

About Hans-Georg Hauser & Max Kristen: Hans-Georg is working in the field of industrial automation in Germany. Max Kristen is an Computer Science student and Free Software enthusiast.

This will be a talk about Industrial PLCs (Programmable Logic Controller). We will try to show what the state of Industrial Automation is, in respect to hardware and software openness. We want present some Open Source PLCs for the audience, and investigate their shortcoming and benefits in comparison with more proprietary products.

 

 


 

 

El camino del hardware al software libre y el futuro de SLIMBOOK

Language: Spanish

About Alejandro López: Una empresa que desde el principio contribuyó a la comunidad GNU / Linux porque su CEO, Alejandro López, cree que lo más importante de Linux no es el software, si no la gente.

SLIMBOOK es un ensamblador de dispositivos Linux Español, una empresa pequeña pero feroz. En su charla nos contará el camino del hardware con software libre y el futuro de esta empresa con la comunidad GNU / Linux.

 

 


 

 

Virtualizacion para principiantes

Language: Spanish

About Juan Manuel Zele: Hola, soy Zeta, y soy argentino, he viajado pro varias UbuCon a lo largo de sudamerica, soy un entusiasta, me gusta decir divulgador de software libre, y por que no tambien del hardware libre! Me gusta dar charlas para lso qu recien comienzan, son ellos los que hay que enseñarles y ayudarlos para que comiencen y no abandonen jamas este hermoso mundo del software libre! Bueno, miembro de la comunidad Argentina, quiero pensar honorario tambien de la Uruguaya, he viajado por varias UbuConLA en latinoamerica (como tambien participe en su formación), participo en hacklabs, entusiasta y promotor del software y hardware libre.

Presentación sobre que es la virtualizacion, y como evitar de forma simple y fácil utilizar dualboot u otros sistemas para los que recién comienzan en linux.

 

 


 

 

Situacion de LoCo Teams en Argentina y Sudamerica

Language: Spanish

About Juan Manuel Zele: Hola, soy Zeta, y soy argentino, he viajado pro varias UbuCon a lo largo de sudamerica, soy un entusiasta, me gusta decir divulgador de software libre, y por que no tambien del hardware libre! Me gusta dar charlas para lso qu recien comienzan, son ellos los que hay que enseñarles y ayudarlos para que comiencen y no abandonen jamas este hermoso mundo del software libre! Bueno, miembro de la comunidad Argentina, quiero pensar honorario tambien de la Uruguaya, he viajado por varias UbuConLA en latinoamerica (como tambien participe en su formación), participo en hacklabs, entusiasta y promotor del software y hardware libre.

Se trata de una charla para divulgar que esta pasando en Argentina, como tambien asi en paises vecinos. Como se mueven los movimientos de software libre(hacklabs/flisol/etc...) y la historia y futuro de LoCo Team de Argentina(con menciones a Uruguay), desde su auge y su presente, como también su futuro!

 

 


 

 

¿Como puedo Colaborar en la comunidad de Ubuntu sin ser desarrolador?

Language: Spanish

About Naudy Villarroel Urquiola: Venezolano, Geek,Tecnologo, Freelancer, Activista de Software Libre, Cofundador de LibreOffice Venezuela, UM en el Loco team de Venezuela

Esta conferencia esta orientada en explicar las diferentes áreas en las que podemos colaborar y de esta forma motivar a los nuevos entusiastas a realizar su pequeño aporte a la comunidad , esto seria de gran ayuda para reactivar el team de su localidad

 

 


 

 

Llevando LibreOffice a Zona remotas de Venezuela

Language: Spanish

About Naudy Villarroel Urquiola: Venezolano, Geek,Tecnologo, Freelancer, Activista de Software Libre, Cofundador de LibreOffice Venezuela, UM en el Loco team de Venezuela

Este proyecto consiste en llevar a las zonas rurales, que presentan poco acceso a los beneficios de las nuevas tecnologías, especialmente las de la información a nivel de Software Libre, mayormente por no disponer la zona de conexiones a Internet y mucho menos de servidores de descargas.

 

 


 

 

Exprimiendo la terminal

Language: Spanish

About Alvaro Anaya : Oracle dba sobre entornos linux mayormente. Apasionado de la automatización y optimización

Como sacar todo el jugo a la terminal para facilitarnos el trabajo del día a día.

 

 


 

 

Free your mind with Ubuntu.

Language: English

About Michal Kohútek: Comp Sci student in his final yearyear with passion for Ubuntu, Linux and Open Source in general.

A bunch of tips and tricks, tutorials and ideas on how to minimize the influence of big corporations on yourbig life.

 

 


 

 

Workshop: Freeing yourselves with Ubuntu

Language: English

About Michal Kohútek: Comp sci student, Open Source enthusiast since 2007.

Doing the impractical and hosting your own services in order to get rid of Big Brother.

 

 


 

 

A new document workflow for the government

Language: English

About Jeroen Baten: I have been working for ages in the ICT world. You could say I know (almost) anything about Linux and Open Source software! Maybe that is a bold statement, but after writing 7 books on the subject and more than 15 years of experience I think I am allowed to say this. I have written the following books: Linux in het bedrijf, Open Source binnen bedrijf en overheid, LPI level 1 studieboeken (101 en 102), LPI level 2 studieboeken (201 en 202). Co-initiator and former-chairman of the T-DOSE foundation wich organised an Open Source conference every year. Boardmember of the l’Accolade foundation, a campingsite for families with disabled children. Boardmember of the Open Source Business Club OSBC. Volunteer firefighter in the townships of Son & Breugel and Culemborg (8 years in total).

Right now, the use of the old-fashioned signature in a digital age begins to loose its viability. It's too easy to duplicate or digitally copy a signature. However, in our society there is a huge need to provide documents with a signature. Suppose there is an unchangeable database (blockchain), which contains documents that contain unambiguous and verifiable signatures (gpg) ? This combination of software does not exist at this time, but it is indispensable in a modern digital infrastructure. For example, think of being able to quickly and verifiable sign documents such as search orders and court judgments by a judicial authority. This seems a hole in the market for a commercial company, but do we as a society want that? A society that relies on product X of company Y? Where municipalities, courts and countries can all buy from any vendor? Do we not prefer a uniform standard that is free of charge and where an ecosystem of companies has arisen to provide services? There is only one Internet in the world, and that is open to everyone. There is only one Linux in the world, but it’s used widely in Android, DVD players, TVs, and even cars. What happens if companies that deal with important IT infrastructure issues (think of text documents or the Dutch data model for it’s citizen database) and become de facto standards is assumed to be well known.

 

 


 

 

Dead Dragons and Bearded Gurus: funny stories from the Front End. My experience as a user.

Language: English

About Miguel Costa: A simple user who got on a great quest without even knowing what he was getting into.

How can a simple user experience become a glorious adventure? What does it mean to be part of the free software community if you don't actually code? Dragons? Seriously?

 

 


 

 

Podcast Ubuntu Portugal - Ubucon Europe 2018 Edition

Language: English & Portuguese

About Podcast UBuntu Portugal: Podcast Ubuntu Portugal, comes to Ubucon Europe 2018 to tell the Portuguese speaking community what wonders we have found, what interesting activities we have experienced, and how awesome is to be among our Ubuntu loving friends.

Diogo Constantino and Tiago Carrondo will record a special episode of Podcast Ubuntu Portugal about Ubucon Europe 2018

 

 


 

 

Have fun with your LoCo Team!

Language: English

About arudy (cm-t): I am in the Ubuntu-fr team and help organising its event such as Ubuntu Party, Webcafé, UbuCon, Ubuntu Hours,... I also do bug reports. I like Longboard, trecking, 🎶 🎵, 🍺 🍻 & 🦄

Sharing stuff we do at ubuntu-fr

 

 


 

 

The Podcast Ubuntu Portugal

Language: English

About Tiago Carrondo: I co-host the Podcast Ubuntu Portugal, with Diogo Constantino

From zero to reality, what we did and achieve with our podcast. if we could do it, so can you!

 

 


 

 

LoCo Portugal - past, present and future

Language: English

About Tiago Carrondo: I'm a LoCo member

What and how we've been doing/do things in Portugal, and our future plans!

 

 


 

 

Introduction to Mesa, the open-source graphics API implementation library

Language: English

About Samuel Iglesias Gonsálvez: Samuel Iglesias is a Spanish Software Engineer and a member of the Graphics team at Igalia, where he has been contributing to Piglit and Mesa, mainly on the Intel open source graphics drivers. In the past, he has been contributing to the Linux kernel where he is one of the maintainers of the Industry Pack bus drivers.

Nowadays, there is an increasing number of the applications for any modern GNU/Linux distro that need graphics hardware acceleration to run (or to improve performance), not only games but desktops environments, office suites or browsers, among many others. Graphics hardware acceleration requires a suitable driver for the HW present in the system. This talk will cover a brief introduction to the Linux graphics stack, focusing on the Mesa library, an open-source implementation of the OpenGL and Vulkan APIs which supports a variety of GPUs from different manufacturers: AMD, NVIDIA, Intel, Broadcom, etc. The talk will cover topics such as how Mesa development is performed, how to contribute to the project (even as a non-developer) and some details about how it works internally.

 

 


 

 

How-To: Tech Blogging

Language: English

About Marius Quabeck: A blogger at NerdZoom.de, Community Manager, Podcaster and Linux Enthusiast. He is a Linux and Open Source Software consultant for a German IT company.

In this talk, I'm going to talk about my experience about blogging in the Open Source and Linux world. I'm also talking about my experience with building communities and working with brands. There are many common mistakes and I think I've made almost all of them at some point. So get ready for some storytime and see what I've learned along the way!

 

 


 

 

Wikipedia n'asturianu

Language: Asturian

About Víctor Suárez Piñero: Maestru d'asturianu y alministrador de Wikipedia n'asturianu dende 2006

La trayeutoria de la Wikipedia n'asturianu espuesta por Víctor Suárez Piñero, alministrador y divulgador del proyeutu.

 

 


 

 

Social media for open source communities

Language: English

About Dario Cavedon: Dario Cavedon is a proud member of Ubuntu Italy community, where he's involved in marketing, social media management, newsletter, translation and web site. He's involved in a local Linux User Group and a Coderdojo, helping children to develop their programming skills. He's also a blogger, husband, dad of two, omnivorous reader and slow runner.

Social media can help open source communities to spread the word about their project and enhance involvement. Starting from simple and well-known information, Dario will give some advice on how even smallest open source communities can use social media to engage users, involve new people in development and make a better world. :-)

 

 


 

 

Introduction to programming with Ubuntu Touch

Language: English

About Miguel Menéndez Carrión: Start in GNU/Linux with the Esware distribution (RedHat 5). I've been through almost all the distributions and devices that come with GNU/Linux: PDA Zaurus, Ubuntu Touch...

Introduction to the basic concepts that allow programming applications for Ubuntu Touch.

 

 


 

 

Introduction to programming with Qt

Language: English

About Miguel Menéndez Carrión: Start in GNU/Linux with the Esware distribution (RedHat 5). I've been through almost all the distributions and devices that come with GNU/Linux: PDA Zaurus, Ubuntu Touch...

Introduction to the basic concepts that allow programming applications with Qt.

 

 


 

 

Introduction to editing documents with Markdown

Language: English

About Miguel Menéndez Carrión: Start in GNU/Linux with the Esware distribution (RedHat 5). I've been through almost all the distributions and devices that come with GNU/Linux: PDA Zaurus, Ubuntu Touch...

Markdown allows you to write formatted texts quickly and easily. It is used to generate documentation for many free software projects.

 

 


 

 

Creating an application with Qt Widgets

Language: English

About Jesús Fernández Prieto: A software developer from Gijón working for The Qt Company.

A live coding session with a tutorial to create GUI applications using Qt Widgets. During the session questions are welcome.

 

 


 

 

Creating an application with Qt Quick

Language: English

About Jesús Fernández Prieto: A software developer from Gijón working for The Qt Company.

A live coding session with a tutorial to create GUI applications using Qt Quick. During the session questions are welcome.

 

 


 

 

Connecting a Qt application with the cloud

Language: English

About Jesús Fernández Prieto: A software developer from Gijón working for The Qt Company.

Live coding session to create connected applications using Qt Network Auth.

 

 


 

 

LliureX success story

Language: English

About David Montalva: I'm the team leader of LliureX development team

LliureX has been implemented in all the educational teams of the Valencian Community and continues to grow through its implementation in town halls and general administration of the autonomous community.

 

 


 

 

Stand

Language: English

About UBports: Developing Ubuntu Touch: A Free Converged Mobile OS

 

 

 


 

 

Stand

Language: Spanish

About Compilando Podcast: Free software and GNU/Linux information podcast.

Live podcast with information about the event all day on Saturday. Interviews, protagonists, summary of the other two days and participation of the listener so you can live Ubucon even if you could not be there.

 

 


 

 

Stand

Language: English

About SLIMBOOK: Hardware high level for GNU/Linuxf

 

 

 


 

 

Stand

Language: Spanish

About Libremanuals: Free books for Free Software in Spanish

 

 

 


 

 

Stand

Language: Asturian

About Wikipedia n'asturianu (Asturian Wikipedia): The Asturian language edition of Wikipedia started in July 2004.

 

 

 


 

 

Stand

Language: Spanish

About Wikimedia España: Wikimedia España es una asociación por el conocimiento libre, reconocida como capítulo oficial de Wikimedia, cuyo objetivo, entre otros, es la promoción de proyectos colaborativos como Wikipedia, Wikcionario, Wikiquote, Wikilibros, Wikisource, Wikimedia Commons, Wikiespecies, Wikinoticias y Wikiversidad.

 

 

 


 

 

Stand

Language: Spanish

About Púlsar: Disseminates free software in the university community.

 

 

 


 

 

Social Event

Language: Everyone

About Espicha [Atomic Asturian]: Traditional asturian dinner. IMPORTANT: You have to pay the dinner in advance, you can not pay on the restaurant! Click on the link for more information.

When: Saturday 28th 21:00h. Where: Tierra Astur