Hurricane Electric is so nice to send all participants who completed their IPv6 test with top/sage level a T-shirt. They allready provide us with Free IPv6 tunnel broker service. A big shout goes also to the Go6 community and RIPE who gave us T-shirts on the last IPv6 summit, this is me wearing it.
“Small work is big shit” was the leading topic of the Student protest in Ljubljana, held in front of the parliament building on 19th of May 2010. The student organisation wanted to accomplish additional free benefits for schoolars and students in Slovenia. By the way Slovenias school system is still free of charge for regular students, they also get free food in schools and discounted coupons for food in the restaurants. Now they were after additional free benefits, like unlimited honorary work for students. By the way many students earn a lot more than regular workers in Slovenia, since the employer doesn’t need to pay taxes when employing a student. And the directors of the firms where they provide work to students earn big money from it. Well the protest in the main city has excalated and schoolars and students started to throw bricks into the windows and facade of the parliament, they also started up the fire as seen on Youtube’s video. Slovenia doesn’t recall any protest being so extreme since the end of 10-day Slovenian war in the 1990’s.
On 12th and 13th of May there was an IPv6 summit in Ljubljana. On the first day I have joined the IPv6 deploy workshop, where two Greek researchers informed us about all the possibilities of IPv6, with good examples written also on slides. On the second day the summit speakers were presenting IPv6 topics and exposed how IPv6 works in the real environments. There is also a Video archive available at go6.si website. Next summit will be in November 2010.
There is another sweet feature present in Android phones, which is called Geotagging. It is the process of adding geographical identification metadata to various media such as photographs, video, websites…Once the pictures are being taken, it is possible to upload them to Picasa album on Google, which can display the exact location on Google maps.