Marco ‘mascotte’ aka Madero rocked presenting Advocacy. I’ll ask him to publish his slides because they were clear and straight to the point. His exposition of the project in front of the crowd was very good, too. During the Q&A time we got many suggestions from other experiences advocating free software in Italian schools. That’s the good part of having people in the same room listening: you get good suggestions and you exchange lots more information than using just mailing lists.
Overall, it was very positive event, until I had to take the plane. Take off aborted for a technical problem. It wasn’t fun to feel the brakes at the last minute on the runway and it wasn’t fun to hear that by the time the problem was fixed (rapidly, in 30 minutes) the pilot would have finished his work hours. So he just left and we had to wait 3 hours to get a new crew. I made a mistake flying Alitalia again after 2 years boycott. This company must happily die and make space for better enterprises.