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En el Encuentro Centroamericano de Software Libre

Actualmente me encuentro en la ciudad de Chitre en Panamá en el VI Encuentro Centroamericano de Software Libre.

Por los momentos ha sido una excelente experiencia. Me vuelto a encontrar a varias personas que conocí en el Primer Encuentro Centroamericano y nuevas personas de varios países de centroamerica.

Algo nuevo que a tenido este ECSL es la presencia de varias personas reconocidas en la comunidad del Software Libre. Entre ellos, esta Ramon Ramon, famoso bloguero de software libre.  Guillermo Movia Community Manager de America Latina para Mozilla y otras grandes personas de la comunidad de Software Libre en Centroamerica.

Mas adelante voy a escribir sobre la charla que di sobre BeagleBoard.org, y otras platicas con las personas de Mozilla, que por cierto conoci a Jorge Aguilar miembro fundador de la Comunidad Mozilla Honduras.

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