Master on Free Software students talking about quality and Libre Software by map[display_name:psanxiao email:email@example.com first_name: last_name: login:psanxiao]
May 29, 2008 | Reading Time: 1 min
As activity for one of the subjects in the Master on Free Software we made a paper entitled Quality and Libre Software: a theoretical and practical approach. In that paper we tried to test the OpenBRR model. This is an attempt to meassure how much suitable a free software project is when we have a group of requirements. We chose as example in order to test the model in a real case which would be the most appropiate GNU/Linux distribution to an average user.
FOSDEM 2008 by map[display_name:psanxiao email:firstname.lastname@example.org first_name: last_name: login:psanxiao]
February 29, 2008 | Reading Time: 1 min
Last weekend I attended to my first FOSDEM. It was a really good experience. Lots of people, lots of talks, lots of new ideas... in short time. My classmates of the Master on Free Software and me presented a paper about Quality and Libre Software. As first experience I think was great. People showed enough interested on it. I attended to many talks about different projects (Mozilla, Gnome, OpenOffice, Embedded devices, Freedesktop.