A network of telecentres using free software: Operative system I

After discussing the basic scheme of a telecentre, let's do a brief overview of the major developments we have made to the Linux distribution that runs in our telecentres. It is a derivative of the distro used in the Guadalinfo centers, and based on Ubuntu / Debian. Again, my appreciation to Alfredo Matas, Javier Hernandez, … Sigue leyendo A network of telecentres using free software: Operative system I

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A network of telecentres using free software: Basic structure of a telecentre

In this post I will try to show the the basic outline of a telecentre. I'll try to emphasize the reasoning, right or wrong, of certain design decisions. It is also essential for me to point out that this development has been the product of a team, which I had the great honor of coordinating: so all credit goes to Alfredo Matas, Javier Hernandez, David Teyssiere, Enrique Jimenez, Jose Ignacio Alvarez and Roberto C. Morano. Let's go! Structure of … Sigue leyendo A network of telecentres using free software: Basic structure of a telecentre

A network of telecentres using free software

Since last fall I have had the privilege of been involved as a project manager in the design and development of the software and network infrastructure for a set of 165 telecentres, using entirely free software. Over the next posts I will try to describe the solution me and the project team have implemented, which … Sigue leyendo A network of telecentres using free software