It’s been a long time since i last updated my blog, and I hope it won’t take me so long until the next time.
I’d like to start blogging again by mentioning the last open source conference I attended, FOSSCOMM 2012, which took place at my hometown, Serres, Greece. For those unaware, FOSSCOMM is the biggest open source conference in Greece, where people and communities from all over Greece meet annually to exchange ideas and news.
First of all, the conference was very nice, and i congratulate this year’s organizing committee. They did a great job, and the few minor issues that came up were of no importance. Having organized last year’s FOSSCOMM, I know how easy it is to miss the small details, and that, no matter what you do, there will always be problems and minor issues.
I was also pleased to find that my presentations (regarding Symfony, which I’d like to address in another blog post, PMH, and Growl) were well-received, besides the various technical problems that arose.