The last month of 2014 is reaching its end, and with that, I can't help listing some of the events that came along with this year to my micro cosmos:
1. The people at my workplace have realized (finally) that the university is indeed migrating to free software. I'll stick with .odf and now they won't have any excuse against it.
2. MEPIS has fell out of DW's top 100 list of Linux distros and is slowly going the way of the dodo, but MX is quickly rising.
3. I haven't been able to write much here, but that pretty much means that, unlike some of my coworkers, I haven't had viruses havoc or malware slowing down my productivity. Actually, my computers have been working without problems: I even managed to publish a book (yes, I used Libre Office to type it) and I am waiting to see how people will take it.
4. My participation with Mechatotoro at the International Conference held by our school went pretty well, even if we experimented again with some technologies for our presentations. Of course, Windows was not part of them.
What will 2015 bring?
I've no idea.