openSUSE Day (Chile). Awesome.

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June 28, 2009 by ricardovs

And the day came. After a six hours trip on bus, and a few minutes of sleep I got to Santiago de Chile. Francisco Toha picked me up so we headed to Universidad Andres Bello for the openSUSE Day. Huge building and plenty of room for everyone. The event started almost on time. I followed the first talk, a bit hoping to have a decent internet connection so I could show a live SUSE Studio test drive. OK, that didn’t happen. The internet traffic ratio was too slow like waiting 59 minutes to build an JeOS appliance was nuts so that was definitely the low aspect of the talk.
Again, huge thanks to Zonker for all the support. openSUSE 11.1 DVDs and stickers were cool and all loved it. Also big thanks everyone from  Geeko’s, specially Enrique Herrera, Jose Muñoz, and Francisco Toha. Statistic and evaluation have not been finished yet. Anyway, some pictures here:

People wearing the Linuxcenter t-shirts and getting ready to install. Not enough of t-shirts this time ;)

People wearing the LinuxLatinAmerica t-shirts and getting ready to install. Not enough t-shirts this time 😉

Myself wearin the openSUSE t-shirt. Just too cold to take off the jacket.

Myself wearin the openSUSE t-shirt. Just too cold to take off the jacket.

The Geeko's Staff. Mostly people from UNAB.

The Geeko's Staff. Mostly people from UNAB.

Installing openSUSE on 2 machines.

Installing openSUSE on 2 machines.

osd6

osd8

osd10

osd9

osd11

osd12

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