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Content related to our former Open Source organization Umit Project.
Another group photo from the mentor Summit 2012
23 October, 2012
Another group photo from the mentor summit 2012.
Open Monitor and Google Summer of Code
09 December, 2011
Talk at December's meeting of the Chipy community about Open Monitor and participating in the Google Summer of Code program.
Building an Internet Connectivity Monitor
16 November, 2011
A short speech I gave at the Creativity World Forum 2011 in Hasselt [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hasselt], Belgium [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Belgium].
Google Summer of Code 2011
25 April, 2011
As you may already know, Umit Project [http://www.umitproject.org/] is in as a mentoring organization for Google Summer of Code 2011, and it happens that we just got through the selection process, and earlier today Google announced the winning students [http://google-opensource.blogspot.com/2011/04/students-announced-for-2011-google.html] ! This year, Umit received 42 proposals, from 40 talented students from almost all continents in the world! We were absolutely astonished with so many talente
Umit at "The Bourne Ultimatum"
15 December, 2007
Look mom! Umit has featured "The Bourne Ultimatum" movie! Movie Directors are going to love UmitMapper and the NetworkInventory for their high-tech movies when we get it integrated into Umit. And we're going to love to see them using it. ;-)
Google's Summer of Code Podcast and Umit@Nmap
25 July, 2007
For those of you interested on taking a look (or should it be a "hear"?) on the podcast I had with my friend Leslie Hawthorn [https://bengoodger.com/hawthornlandings/index.html], here goes the link [http://googlesummerofcode.blogspot.com/2007/05/umit-project.html]. Yeah... I was a bit nervous, and I missed some words... Also, we had a problem with skype at the time of the interview, and was kinda hard to come out with it. Anyway, hope you have good time with it! ;-) There is another post at Goo
Software is not about code, but people and their desires
10 July, 2007
Thinking that with a really optimized, organized and structured code you'll make your software the newest killer app ever? Been fast and stable is just a couple of the requisites users look for while choosing their software. Among all the requirements that users instinctively looks for in a software, usability is the most decisive of them. A software with poor usability makes user feel angry and disappointed about the software. Imagine that someone is trying to use your software in a low profil
25 April, 2007
So it came the time which I decided to dedicate my time on porting Umit to Maemo, and make a package for it. This is a long time history [http://umitproject.blogspot.com/2006/05/umit-on-nokia-770.html], which started about a year or so and which I want to see it concluded for two reasons: 1. I want to be able to run Umit on my Nokia770 [http://www.nokiausa.com/770] (which is getting old now with the N800 [http://www.nokiausa.com/N800/1,9008,,00.html] release) 2. One of the Umit's mai
The Awaited Result
12 April, 2007
Finally I could release the list of selected students for this Summer of Code. Unfortunately, I couldn't select everyone I wanted, and I had to let go many talented students. I hope that the selected students have conscience of this matter, and work hard to show the world that they really deserved that slot in the Summer of Code, returning really good and useful stuff to the community. I really believe they're going to rock this Summer, and that's why I chose them. BTW, the list of accepted st