Tag: Brazil

Fedora 37 Release Party Brazil

The Fedora Community in Brazil recently celebrated the release of Fedora Linux 37. The last Release Party in-person in Brazil was back in July 2016. We hosted a Fedora 37 Release Party at the University of São Paulo this month with the help of the Grupo de Extensão em Livre e Open Source (GELOS) group. Thank you to all the organizers, speakers, and attendees who made the Fedora 37 Release Party Brazil possible.

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Latinoware 2019

opening ceremony

In its 16th edition, Latinoware started on Wednesday (27) and continued until Friday (29), with a program of over 300 activities. The Latin American Congress of Free Software and Open Technologies at the Rafain Palace Hotel & Convention, in Foz do Iguaçu, attracted over 2700 of participants, including children, students, professionals and even older people, interested in the different topics addressed.

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Latinoware 2017 Event Report

Of more than 200 subjects discussed by more than 4,500 nerds, teachers, students and interested in new technologies, coming from various parts of Brazil, neighboring countries Argentina and Paraguay and outside countries, during  three days of the 14th Latin American Congress of Free Software and Technologies (Latinoware), held last week at the Itaipu Power Plant in Foz do Iguaçu, one of the themes that most attracted public attention was how free robotics can improve education, especially in children.

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