The ATNoG (Advanced Telecommunications and Networks Group) is a
research group founded in January 2011. ATNoG is the result of the merger of several research lines inside
Instituto de Telecomunicações (IT), including the research work previously centered
around HNG (Heterogeneous Networking Group), with a broader scope and increased cooperation with industry. The broad
interests of ATNoG are centered on the problems of network infrastructure and operation associated to a visionary
idea of a fully mobile, fully connected society, where information will be on the tips of the hands of the users.
ATNoG is cooperating with industries in Portugal and Europe (Portugal Telecom is a preferred partner, ABBAN, Alcatel Lucent Bell Labs, Deutsche Telekom, amongst others) and with universities and research institutes worldwide (e.g. Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Carnegie Mellon University)
The openSUSE project is a worldwide community program sponsored by Novell that promotes the use of Linux everywhere. The program provides free and easy access to openSUSE. Here you can find and join a community of users and developers, who all have the same goal in mind — to create and distribute the world's most usable Linux.
GLUA (Grupo Linux da Universidade de Aveiro) is the University of Aveiro
Linux User Group. GLUA provides students Linux support, and aims to promote the GNU/Linux operative system around the
country, organizing Linux Install Parties, and giving Open Source presentations.
The group is located at the Departamento de Electrónica, Telecomunicações e Informática, room 124.
PySide is an open source sofware project providing Python bindings for the Qt framework. Qt is a cross-platform application and UI framework, allowing the developers to write applications once and deploy them across many operating systems without rewriting the source code, while Python is a modern, dynamic programming language with a vivid developer community.
Smolt was initially supposed to be a reporting tool for
users to track hardware items that do or don't work. It was to span multiple distributions and have automated reporting
features for users to report things like sound cards not working, suspend issues, etc. Around the same time Smolt was
created a similar project LHCP was created. Having a similar but larger scope it was decided that smolt should focus its
efforts which is what it is today.
Smolt is, very simply, a hardware reporting tool for Linux based systems. It was originally written for Fedora and now also supports SuSE, Debian and Ubuntu. It gathers information from users, and stores them in a queryable database with a web frontend that produces statistics.
Oeste Digital Network
Oeste Digital Network (formely Caldas Rainha Network) is a local group in Caldas da Rainha, Portugal, associate with Associação Oeste. The main goal of ODN is to promote the new technologies, organizing local events like Lan Parties, and helping other tech related projects with the needed infrastructure (eg. network).
Projects previously involved in
PINGUIX is an European web hosting company. Since 2004, the company has come growing more and more providing powerful and reliable services and the best customer support. It provides the world's most used programming languages and frameworks like PHP4, PHP5, Python, Ruby On Rails, MySQL, PostgreSQL, and SQLite. With servers running GNU/Linux, no bandwidth limits and located in Europe, PINGUIX offers customers the lowest pings.