Saturday, 12 May 2012

ArcheOS OpenLAB at ArcheoFOSS

As I wrote in a previous post, ArcheoFOSS workshop will be held in Rome this year. The organizing committee is preparing an "OpenLAB" session in which is planned also an introduction to ArcheOS. The session will be Monday, June 11 and should last a couple of hours.
Since the time is short for a detailed presentation of ArcheOS (it would take at least 2 or 3 days...) I would like to focus on the most interesting topics for the participants, so I ask your help: if you are in Rome between 11 and 13 June and you want to join ArcheOS OpenLAB, please let me know which kind of arguments you would like to learn more. If you do not know very much about the system, just surf in this blog and read some posts; most of them are related with ArcheOS. You can also check ArcheOS official website, look the screenshots and get an idea about its potentialities and about all the archaeological software.
To let me know what are your main interests simply leave a comment to this post (please mind that the time is short and I would like at least to show a general overview of the system and to spare some minutes to show a preview for the next release).
Thanks in advance!


The photo below shows the last basic course of ArcheOS we did in Livelet archaeological park.

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