I just ended my talk at the Geneva Dokeos Users Day 2008, talking about Dokeos 1.8.6 and the future of Dokeos. I'm listening to Eric here http://collab.switch.ch/dokeosday/ for what will be his last speech for Dokeos.
Tomorrow night I will be giving a speech about Dokeos and the e-learning in Peru to about 450 to 500 teachers and school directors. This is my biggest audience ever, and I must admit I'm a bit stressed (it's like being a star, really...
As I was in Cusco the other week to hold a few speeches at a 3 days conference, I took the opportunity to go to Machu Picchu. This time, I managed to walk to the Intipunku (la Puerta del Sol, The Sun Gate) and take a picture from there, wearing my wonderful - but old now - Dokeos t-shirt from the 2005 User's Day.
I'll be having two speeches at a free software event in Cusco these 24, 25 and 26th of September 2008. If you would like to meet us there, please get in touch beforehand by e-mail or a comment over here. See the official announcement for more details
As Jesús Castagnetto was presenting a long talk on how to improve one's PHP coding practices, I decided that the event was worthwile and went a little earlier to follow Diego's presentation on GNOME and Fernando's presentation on Drupal (although these two were of little interest to me, I still learnt a bit from both). Diego was presenting GNOME 2.24 (if I remember well) but for some reason (I got there several minutes after he started) he didn't have internet access, which seemed to prevent him from showing what he wanted.
My presentation of Dokeos, which was supposed to happen at 6pm, and then has been set to be at 4pm is actually split in two. So I will be at the UTP at 4pm and at the UNI at 6pm, one hour each side...
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