In the middle of November, we participated in ODK convening 2019 in Seattle. We went there in 2017 for the first convening and this year we were invited again to help make important decisions about the project we have been working on so hard for the last three years.
Many comparisons have been made to prove one tool’s superiority over the other or – on the contrary – to show distinctions that make each tool more or less useful in various use cases. Surely, Trello allows teams to organize their projects visually while Jira is unbeatable in its management structure – it can keep even large teams well-coordinated and on track.
It took place on October 12th and contained 11 talks about Free Software, Open Source, programming, and IT in general. The goal of the Poznań event was to encourage new people to join the Open Source movement.
The world linked by a unified core code base that accelerates society’s development and improves co-operation in crucial business sectors? Seems like a sci-fi dream? Well, yes, probably a bit. However, the latest project by OpenLMIS, which SolDevelo took an active part in, indicates that this fantasy is not so far fetched at all.