Last weekend I participated in the conference Jesień Linuksowa 2018 in Ustroń which is located in Poland near the Czech and Slovak borders. It was my first time in a country with so much tragic historical experiences.
On the other hand, I was impressed by the community members and the organization of the event. We celebrated another edition of Linux Autumn in the hotel Gwarek and my post-event wrap up will take into consideration seven basic points:
This time I was accompanied by my friend Ana Garcia, who is a student at the University of Edinburgh and the members of the organization were supportive and kind all the time with us. We felt a warm environment since we arrive at midnight in the middle of the fog. They helped us with our talks and workshops we offer related to parallelization.
I did a topic related to introduction to parallel computers and a workshop to use parallel directives in OpenMP such as static, dynamic and guided. Thanks to Ana for being my co-speaker this time. My talk was set to the morning around 10 am, and we did the workshop after lunch and we are glad that all the participants completed successfully the experience.
Fedora 29 party
We celebrated with a delicious Fedora 29 cake! What are the new features in Fedora 29 were explained, as well as how to create a FAS account and the system badges. I am glad that Fedora Ambassadors from Peru and Poland, as well as Matej from Red Hat Brno met.Food