Monthly Archives: March 2013

Conclusions of the #5Hackathon

So, the #5Hackathon is over! (day 1 and day 2). It has been an amazing weekend of learning and programming experiences that have improved a lot OSGiLiath, with the new module OSGiLiART. In summary, we have tackled the next big achievements: … Continue reading

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#5Hackathon: Day 2: Human Guidance, State of the Art and Artificial Vision

An amazing day today at Cocoroco Coworking! With the help of our awesome collaborators a lot of new improvements have been added to OSGiLiART, the Evolutionary Art module of OSGiLiath. A good State of the Art in Evolutionary Art and … Continue reading

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#5Hackathon: Day 1

After my presentation of OSGiLiath in the Hackathon, a group of students and programmers contacted with me to join to (the so-called) OSGiLiART project. The participants are Robermoji, Abpelegrina, DCalabria, Rubenhek, PardiML and DonFruela. Today we divided the work in … Continue reading

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#5Hackathon project: OSGiLiath + Processing = Evolutionary Art

Today OSGiLiath will be participating in the V Hackathon of the Free Software Office of University of Granada, to help projects participating in the University Free Software Contest. The idea is to spend a weekend developing new modules for OSGiLiath. I’ve chosen … Continue reading

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Getting Started with OSGiLiath (Eclipse)

This post will guide you to download OSGiLiath into Eclipse to start executing evolutionary algorithms or developing new services. The steps are: Set up Subversion in Eclipse Download OSGiLiath from repository Configure OSGiLiath Launch OSGiLiath Launch OSGiLiath outside Eclipse (for … Continue reading

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