Ismael Olea, 25 ago 2009
If you follow this blog maybe you remember some previous comment about my friend Xavi de Blas' awarded project ChronoJump. I'm a big fan of his work. I don't know a shit about sports tools or software... neither about sports themselves. But I have seem along years how his project was conceived, born as a Mono development, got mature and finally got worldwide recognized.
Today ChronoJump is not only a software project but an holistic solution including the design, building and distributing the hardware companion. Xavier has been able enough to fit his activity into his own academic research work. So, you can imagine how amazing this project is. It can be seen as a maybe modest but complete R&D initiative from the Academy direct to the user. Impressive.
My involvement on ChronoJump will be near to zero but I plan to postulate this package to Fedora any time soon.
Go Xavi, Go!