I know this is coming a lot late but we had some problems with the Internet at the hotel in Santiago. Anyway, the last day of FUDCon had interesting talks by Toshio Kuratomi and Domingo Becker, two of our rock stars, as Toshio himself likes to say.
I gave a talk about how internationalization works and how we can make it better on Fedora. I tried to explain it from the developer level until the user level. Some guys got surprised by the huge amount of work it takes to internationalize and localize a piece of software.
At the closing talk everyone watched to a thrilling speech of the new Fedora Project Leader, Jared Smith. After that we took a lot of pictures and celebrated one more FUDCon in Latin America!
Muchas Gracias Chile!