Medialab Prado


Meeting: FLOSSManuals in Spanish

02.03.2010 - 05.03.2010

Place: Medialab Prado · Plaza de las Letras, C/ Alameda, 15 Madrid

Sprint of translation into Spanish of Inkscape Manual and Collaborative Futures FLOSS Manuals.

Organized by FLOSSmanuals and Medialab-Prado, in collaboration with Escuela de Arte 10 of Madrid. Coordinated by Jennifer Dopazo.

If you want to participate, you can either attend the meeting or participate on-line. The meeting is free but previous registration is required. 

[live streaming] during the first session (Tuesday morning)

In this sprint of translation, a group of people will gather in Medialab-Prado to collaboratively translate into Spanish two books published by FLOSSmanuals:




11 am to 2 pm and 3 pm to 8 pm


How to Participate:

If you are interested in participating in this Meeting in Madrid, please submit the form below.

If you want to collaborate on-line, please contact Jennifer Dopazo: jndopazo [at]


FLOSSManuals (Manuales FLOSS) project is a non-profit organization founded in 2006 aimed at the creation of quality documentation about free software use.


This meeting is organized with the collaboration of Escuela de Arte Diez of Madrid. Escuela de Arte 10 is a public center founded in 1907. The school offers courses in photography, engraving, illustration and graphic design within the context of the Espacio Europeo de Educación Superior. It has received a variety of awards such as the European Excellence Award (Premio a la Excelencia Europea) in 2007 for his international exchange program, and Marta Mata Award in 2008 for its educational work during the past years.

Its activity is focused on the integration of new technologies in the field of artistic and design learning through the development of innovative projects with different institutions.

Students of Escuela de Arte 10 are participating in the FLOSS Manuals project in Spanish aiming to integrate these tools in the teaching of design and new interactive learning methods. 

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