The local Linux community in Lima, Peru held the last meeting today sharing a breakfast. Peruvians usually take “chocolatada” (made with chocolate and milk) with paneton for Christmass holidays, and we are not the exception. Thanks to the LinuxFoundation we have new jackets, scarves, and vest branded with the LinuxFoundation logo.
After having our breakfast, instead of hacking, we interacted through a workgroup “Linux” dynamics to strengthen the relationship among the participants. They are students from different universities: PUCP, UNMSM, UNI, UTP and UNAC in the picture! 🙂
Thanks so much to all the students that have participated as LinuXatUNI during this year, and in previous rounds. Special thanks to students from UNMSM: Martin Vuelta and Fiorella Effio for their support during this year as well as Toto, Solanch and Leyla Marcelo for her work as a designer. Other thanks to PUCP students which have been helping us for four years in a raw: Giohanny Falla and Fabian Orccon 😀 I am extremely grateful for the support of the Linux Foundation, GNOME, Fedora, BacktrackAcademy and LinuXatUNI work members for outreaching Linux newcomers.