Day2 blog post is one day late but, you know, you have to wait for good things!
QtCon-Day2 was amazing! It’s great to see people from other communities that share your same interests and have to face your same problems. Free Software Foundation Europe (FSFE) has an education program and one of its managers had a talk explaining all the challenges they had to struggle with. It’s surprising to find out that we share lot of ideas and lot of critical issues. QtCon is the ideal place to hear new stories, to share your and to collaborate for the creation of new ideas.
What about your WikiToLearn team? They rock! Tunale is coding like there’s no tomorrow to release course editor: the easiest way to write on WikiToLearn is not that far! Pipsin is importing one book after the other: be ready for more than 1000 chapters on the Italian portal by the end of the week. Crisbal and Rigolo are working hard for the new homepage – I had a preview and I can assure that you’re going to love it! Valsdav and his thinkpad are working together to automatize most of the work for the communication plan. Ruphy and Mbona are spreading the word about WikiToLearn: watch out, a local hive may be created in your own city!
Great things are going on, great news are coming! As someone would say, we are working hard to provide the best WikiToLearn yet 🙂
Stay tuned, #wtlatAkademy is getting real!
FSFE had its birthday party yesterday night and it was amazing, but this is another story (and I don’t want you to be too envying lol) 😀