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Name: Ismael Olea
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Ismael has been a free software activist since 1994. He has coordinated the Spanish Linux Documentation Project TLDP-ES (known as LuCAS) since 1998 to 2005, is a founding member of the Spanish Linux users association Hispalinux and the local groups Indalinux and Linux Madrid and has deeply involved in the organization of the Hispalinux's congresses. In his work career had been CTO of one of the very first commercial linux distributions in Spain, HispaFuentes Linux, and now manages their own consulting company, Planeta Olea SL, specialized on technology strategy and consultancy about free libre open source software, FLOSS, and the digital revolution. He is member of the GNOME Foundation, the Foundation for a Free Information Infrastructure, the Instituto de Estudios Almerienses and is a visiting lecturer at the Instituto Superior de Estudios e Investigaciones Tecnolológicas, Caracas (Venezuela). For long time is a passionate researcher on electronic publishing in almost all its facets and a supporter of applying the knowledge economy of FLOSS on the linguistic resources for the Spanish language. For the last years is performing an intense activity on the development of the SOOS concept, «Standard Organizational Operating System» in the framework of an open digital revolution. Had given dozens of talks in Spain, France and Latin America. He is devoted to Our Father Genarín of León and tries to be sure everybody knows he comes from Almería (Spain).

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Novedades en la equivalencia internacional de títulos superiores españoles

Para empezar reconoceré que no tengo bien estudiada la regulación de las titulaciones universitarias en España. El caso es que he recibido el aviso de que se han publicado por fin las equivalencias internacionales de los títulos españoles. Por algún motivo tradicional, la estructura de las titulaciones superiores en España ha tenido poco que ver con las del resto del mundo. Se supone que ya todos sabemos cuáles han sido las transformaciones obligadas por «el plan Bolonia», que entre otras cosas pretende la movilidad de estudiantes y trabajadores y la interoperabilidad automática de los títulos superiores entre los paises comunitarios (creo que estrictamente va más allá de la UE pero hoy no es mi objetivo ser exhaustivo). Al parecer esa transformación de los títulos no era suficiente para saber cómo equivalen en el extranjero nuestros títulos. Y peor aún, cuáles son las equivalencias de los títulos superiores pre-Bolonia, que con frecuencia siguen siendo un lío al cambiar de universidad sin salir del país. La novedad es que parece que esa información ya ha quedado resuelta.

Siendo muy esquemático: el sistema de interoperabilidad de las titulaciones superiores en España se establece en el Marco Español de Cualificaciones para la Educación Superior (MECES), que, si yo no lo entiendo mal, sirve para establecer las equivalencias con el Marco Europeo de Cualificaciones para el Aprendizaje Permanente (EQF en inglés), que es la piedra de Rosetta para todo este sistema.

Pues bien, desde el 1 de junio de 2016 ya están publicadas oficialmente las equivalencias, como indican en el original: «correspondence between the Spanish Qualifications Framework for Higher Education and the European Qualifications Framework».

Cuadro MECES / EQF de equivalencias de títulos superiores españoles

¿Cuáles son las consecuencias? Probablemente algunas más, pero entiendo que al menos a partir de ahora, por ejemplo, puedes matricularte en cualquier universidad que implemente el EQF sin tener que pasar por el desesperante proceso de convalidación de tus títulos.

Dejo esta entrada a modo de recordatorio personal y con la esperanza de que sea de utilidad. Si alguien detecta algún error que por favor lo indique en los comentarios.

Referencias:

Syndicated 2016-07-13 05:04:00 from Ismael Olea

Algunos recursos de investigación sobre calidad del software aplicada a proyectos de software libre

Con la excusa de responder a una solicitud de información sobre este tema he preparado un repaso, informal e incompleto, OjO, de recursos relacionados que tenía en mente. Y ya puestos lo cuelgo en el blog. Aquí está.

Syndicated 2016-05-12 14:54:00 from Ismael Olea

29 Dec 2015 (updated 29 Dec 2015 at 09:09 UTC) »

Sonic Pi packaged for Fedora

Maybe you know about Sonic Pi, the system to learn programming playing with music. Now I want to give it a try in my system (Fedora 23) and my sysadmin-TOC syndrome obligues me first to package it into RPM. Now I have good and bad news. The good news are I have a testing release of Sonic Pi for Fedora 23. It includes a desktop file too. The bad news are... it doesn't work yet. Sonic Pi uses jackd while a common Fedora Workstation uses pulseaudio and both try to manage the sound device by themselves.

After a quick googling seems possible to get a procedure for using some working configuration for puleaudio+jackd but I didn't have the time to find and check them. Meanwhile, if the RPM package is useful for someone here it is.

This package depends of Supercollider as provided by Planet CCRMA package repository. To use this Sonic Pi maybe you'll want to add the repository to your system.

Please feedback here if you know how to make sound to work.

PD: Post edited to add references to Planet CCRMA repositorie.

Syndicated 2015-12-29 04:40:00 (Updated 2015-12-29 09:09:55) from Ismael Olea

Running EPF (Eclipse Process Framework) in Linux

For many time I wanted to learn to use EPF but technical reasons always stoped me. Blame me because I'm not an Eclipse guy and I'm not into its eclipse-isms but until today I have not been able to launch it. Now, wirth this really simple recipe you'll be able to run it.

Initial technical scenario:

Then unzip the file and execute:

$ unzip epf-composer-1.5.1.7-linux.zip
$ cd epf-composer
[epf-composer]$ ./epf
Java HotSpot(TM) 64-Bit Server VM warning: You have loaded library /home/olea/epf-composer/plugins/org.eclipse.equinox.launcher.gtk.linux.x86_1.1.2.R36x_v20101019_1345/eclipse_1310.so which might have disabled stack guard. The VM will try to fix the stack guard now.
It's highly recommended that you fix the library with 'execstack -c <libfile>', or link it with '-z noexecstack'.

(Epf:27092): Gtk-WARNING **: Unable to locate theme engine in module_path: "adwaita",

(Epf:27092): Gtk-WARNING **: Unable to locate theme engine in module_path: "adwaita",
Gtk-Message: Failed to load module "pk-gtk-module"
Gtk-Message: Failed to load module "canberra-gtk-module"


If you, like me, don't know nothing about Eclipse maybe you are doomed because the real problem is everything but clear. What you are having is the EPF application asking for a 32 bits java VM runtime. Nothing more, nothing less. But now is very easy to fix:
  1. just get a 32 bits java VM
  2. adjust epf-composer/epf.ini to use it
In my case I've installed a Java 1.7 (in my case from the same Russian Fedora repo):


and then change ~/epf-composer/epf.ini from this:

-data
@user.home/EPF/workspace.151
-vmargs
-Xms64m
-Xmx512m

to this:

-vm
/usr/lib/jvm/java-1.7.0-oracle-1.7.0.79/jre/bin/java
-data
@user.home/EPF/workspace.151
-vmargs
-Xms64m
-Xmx512m

Please note the precise path may be different in your system but in any case it should point to a 32 bit java binary.

Then you just need to launch EPF and you are ready:

$ epf-composer/epf


Enjoy.

Syndicated 2015-12-29 00:17:00 from Ismael Olea

De visita en Madrid

Con la excusa de participar en el Taller de nanotecnología casera organizado por MediaLab Prado, de la última visita en Madrid me traigo entre otras varias cosas: 
 

  • conocer los trabajos de En-Te Hwu que han llevado a la creación de un microscopio de fuerza atómica de bajo coste y una alternativa OSS en desarrollo: OpenAFM;
  • descubrir el alucinante proyecto de microscopio de barrido láser opensource de Raquel López, del cual espero ansioso novedades de las versiones más avanzadas;
  • participar en la fundación del grupo de trabajo de Microscopía DIY creado en MediaLab Prado a consecuencia y por los participantes del taller impartido por En-Te;
  • visitar por primera vez a los amigos del Makespace en Madrid, que es otro punto de encuentro de potencial BESTIAL;
  • descubrir a la gente del BivosLab/Biocore, que están haciendo cosas que tal vez podamos aplicar también en el Club de Cacharreo;
  • el agradable reencuentro con los amigos de MediaLab Prado, de los cuales cada vez soy más admirador y que utilizo como inspiración para construir el HackLab Almería;
  • más equipos para la colección del museo de retroinformática (gracias Kix);
  • tratos con la realeza (sí, realmente estoy en esa foto, con mi camiseta celeste) ZOMG;
  • y hasta la petición de Jesús Cea de escribir mis experiencias «pastoreando los procomunes».

Un viaje preñado de... TODO.

Syndicated 2015-11-22 03:19:00 from Ismael Olea

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