As you know, GSyC/LibreSoft recently completed the HDP/MCAP implementation on the official Linux Bluetooth protocol stack, BlueZ 4.77. This implementation was integrated by Google in Android to allow the creation of mobile applications that use Bluetooth to communicate with health devices that support Bluetooth, such as heart-rate monitors, blood pressure monitors, thermometers or weigh scales.
Next Friday (16th Dec 2011), LibreSoft will organize an eMadrid Seminar under the topic "Wikipedia as a Technology Enhanced Learning Tool". This seminar will have place in the Rey Juan Carlos University (Fuenlabrada), where Miguel Vidal López, José Felipe Ortega Soto (both of them from GSyC/LibreSoft, URJC) and María Sefidari Huici (Wikimedia España) will take part with three interesting presentations.
A new year, on Friday (11 november 2011), from 11:00 until 13:00, LibreSoft Gymkhana will be present in the Science Week, Rey Juan Carlos University, Fuenlabrada (ETSIT, Escuela Técnica Superior de Ingeniería de Telecomunicación).
For further information about this event, please, click here.
The aim of the ALERT project is to develop methods and tools that improve FLOSS coordination by maintaining awareness of community activities through real-time, personalized, context-aware notification.
More than two years after the 2.0.0 release we are releasing a new
version, it is 2.1.0. It includes a lot of bug fixes provided by you
guys during last 1K days.
Again, thanks to the people that have contributed during this time!
The .deb and .tgz files are available at:
A new version of the Repository Handler has just been released, the last one
was published more than 2 years (and many commits) ago.
Thanks to the people that have contributed during this time!
The .deb and .tgz files are available at
Remember, if you find a bug please submit it to our bugzilla.
Repository Handler 0.4
We recently completed the HDP/MCAP implementation on the official Linux
Bluetooth protocol stack, BlueZ 4.77. See http://goo.gl/ABBh6. This work
was financed by Google NY and by Andago Ingeniería.
Google has integrated our stack in Android, so you can create mobile applications
in Android that use Bluetooth to communicate with health devices that support
Bluetooth, such as heart-rate monitors, blood meters, thermometers, and scales.
The LibreSoft Gymkhana project will be presented during the third edition of the Escuela 2.0 Congress, which is organized by the Instituto de Tecnologías Educativas (Institute of Educational Technology), Ministry of Education, Government of Spain. This congress will be held on 6th, 7th and 8th October, 2011.
For further information about the event, you can visit the following link:
And here you have the information about our conference:
Last Friday the BerliOS team announced that the repository will be closed on the last day of the current year. The BerliOS repository was launched 11 years ago and it was a reference site to the libre software community. Now, due to economic problems the team (Fraunhofer FOKUS) decided to it shutdown.
The message below was posted in the BerliOS forge on September 30th 2011:
BerliOS will be closed on 31.12.2011
Dear BerliOS developers and users,