GNOME: Interview with GUADEC Organizer Laura M Castro
With GUADEC 2012 starting in just two weeks, GNOME News is starting a series of interviews with members of the local organizing team. Our first interview is from one of the members of the local team, Laura M. Castro.
Where do you live and/or work?
What do you like to do in your free time?
What is your favorite part of A Coruña (and/or the surrounding area)?
I think the park at Monte de San Pedro (Saint Peter’s Hill) is one of the best spots in the city. It has privileged views of the whole city and the sea, it overlooks a very impressive cliff, and its green grass is perfect to lay down and just let the time flow away looking at the sky. The only bad thing is that it is naturally very windy most of the time… but again that is usually true for most of the city. Picasso did call A Coruña ‘the city of the wind’ for a reason!
Why did you want to hold GUADEC in A Coruña?
Have you attended GUADEC in the past? If so, when/where?
Has organizing GUADEC been fun?
What was the most challenging aspect of organizing GUADEC?
What are you looking forward to most?
Any other thoughts on GUADEC this year?
Many thanks to Laura. Stay tuned for the next episode!
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