José Ernesto Dávila Pantoja
I'm José Ernesto Dávila Pantoja. I was born in Corinto, Nicaragua (UTC-6) on July 26th 1981. I'm graduated on Computer Science at Universidad Nacional Autónoma de Nicaragua - León (UNAN - León).
My Contribution to Ubuntu
As official member of the Nicaraguan LoCo Team I'm part of the #ubuntu-ni IRC Channel operators and help with the administration of the mailing list always keeping and encouraging others to keep the Code of Conduct in both places.
Webmapping with UbuntuGIS during the FLISOL 2007.
Ubuntu 9.10 Goods - Gnome Shell during the Karmic Release Party. Pictures
Contributions in Launchpad
Coordinator of Ubuntu Open Week in Spanish for the release of Lucid Lynx, in May 2010.
Coordinator of the First Ubuntu Open Week in Spanish in November 2009.
Coordinator of the very first public event of the Team in the city of León March 2007.
Coordinator of the event at Young Life Chapter León April 2008.
Showed how to use your bluetooth device with Ubuntu at Pizza Bash 9. Pictures
Showed the new features of Ubuntu 9.10 at Pizza Bash 11. Pictures
My Contribution to the Nicaraguan FLOSS Community
Coordinator of the event at University of Managua chapter León Augost 2007. Gave a talk about Firewalls.
Coordinator in León.
Software Freedom Day 2007
- Staff member. I worked on Registration and Installfest areas.
Software Freedom Day 2008
- Instructor of the workshop "Create a Website in 5 minutes". The attendance to this workshop was of 70 people divided in two groups.
- Staff member.
- I was in charge of the Ubuntu stand.
Software Freedom Day 2009
- I was coordinating the Workshops Area with Neville A. Cross and Byron Corrales.
Lecture the workshop about Getting Help from the Community.
- Gave a talk about the Mono Project.
I'm part of the Free Software Podcast Team. POSOL
Developer of the PizzaBashLog Application.
My Future as Ubuntu Member
Inside the Community
- Work with the Ubuntu Spanish Translation Team to get _all_ the Ubuntu Package Description translated into Spanish
Support Members of the NicaraguanTeam to get approved as Ubuntu Members
- Make Ubuntu the official distro at my workplace (the Council for Foreign Affairs)
- Work with other centralamerican communities in common projects
Outside the Community
Support elementary schools in my hometown with their OLPC's
- Participate as lecturer in workshops to spread Ubuntu to all kind of audience but specially the non-geeks.
Cheers from the Community
José Ernesto has been here from Day One - He's one of the greatest promoters of FOSS and Ubuntu in our country. I definitely support him becoming an official Ubuntu Member. leogg at ubuntu.com
One of the founders of the Ubuntu Nicaraguan LoCo Team and two years later is still with us, as the first day he is always promoting FOSS. He is an active membre of the Ubuntu Nicaraguan LoCo Team since the first day. https://wiki.ubuntu.com/norm
You have been there since the start of the Ubuntu Community in Nicaragua and never left... thanks for your perseverance and dedication, i really hope you get your Ubuntu membership!!!! LaFieraMarina
A very important contributor in Nicaragua's FOSS Community. If Ubuntu needs a commited person inside the community, yes, that is Alucardni. He's earned that membership; no matter the distance, he's always been there to support every FOSS event in our country. Joel Davila
jose is a very important person in the local team of ubuntu Nicaragua, supports mailing lists and irc channels, also in the events that involved jose ingforigua
Alucardini is a great friend and a grand FLOSS advocate, always is participating on community events and is a enthusiast Ubuntero guy jdardon
Alucardni is always helping others giving support and is really active in Ubuntu-ni. You can always count on him , he will never let someone down. I hope to be someday like Alucardni x) mmgc84