Category Archives: Project development

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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The problems of develop a highly-flexible framework

Although the OSGiLiath core is finished I am still developing new services and algorithms to add to the framework. Working with Service Oriented Architecture, publish/subscribe events and classic OOP at the same time gives you SO MUCH flexibility that your … Continue reading

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Starting to put the project on track!

Today, and due to the Spanish Free Software Contest we have arranged an informal meeting in the Free Software Office of the University of Granada. After show my project to the other participants (see the photo!) we started the discussion … Continue reading

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