Presentation slides used at Linux Day 2014

In the morning of October 25th I presented our project to the students participating at Milan’s LinuxDay, while during the afternoon I repeated my speech in front of everybody else. The presentation was so popular that there were more people than seats and a few had to stand to attend my speech.

The aim was to explain what PowerPC is and to show how Free Software is not bound to a particular CPU architecture. The slides used during the presentation were written for everybody, even for people who know nothing about PowerPC.
Below two pictures taken during and after the presentation.

Linux Day 2014 Open Source PowerPC notebook presentation

Linux Day 2014 Open Source PowerPC notebook presentation

Post Presentation at Linux Day 2014 Open Source PowerPC notebook

Post Presentation at Linux Day 2014 Open Source PowerPC notebook

I was so busy with students, teachers, free software lovers, and, in general, people interested in the project that recording my speech (that was in Italian!) became my last concern!

Now that there are many people registered to the newsletter probably we will build a well organized team and we will have many video presentation of our project with speech in English or others languages…

Anyway you can download LinuxDay 2014 Milan presentation slides used in the presentation, translated into English thanks to a new member of the team.

The Italian version: LinuxDay2014 Presentazione progetto OpenSource PowerPC Notebook.

Now that many people subscribed to the newsletter we will probably build a well organized team and record many video presentation about our project in English or other languages.

In the next few days the first newsletter will be sent to all the subscribers in order to give you all the details on how to collaborate to the PowerPC Notebook project. So, if you still haven’t, subscribe now!

3 thoughts on “Presentation slides used at Linux Day 2014

  1. Hi,
    I would like to help you for the dev of your “PowerPC Notebook project”, but I don’t know enough about hardware. There is someone you could contact, his name is M. Luke Kenneth Casson Leighton . He has for some years now a similar project in his head or/and in his DNA.
    I think his knowledge for developing a hardware/software platform is enormous.
    I wish you all the best
    Regards
    Erix

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