Final ElggCamp San Francisco repercussions.

It’s always amazing to take a look back at what happened when the lights turned off. And while doing this we found this great article posted at the Elgg Community by it’s leader, Brett Profitt.

Elgg Camp SF 2012 Follow up
I’m pleased to say that ElggCamp San Francisco was a great success! Thanks to everyone who helped make it happen:

Susana and Lucila from Condiminds for all their time and help.
Our wonderful sponsors: VerisonOne, MyFreePersonals, Arck Interactive, Arvixe, Athabasca University, Common Public, ColdTrick, and Balsamiq.
Our media partners: Oobly, CMS Critic, Women 2.0, Vator, TNW, California Spain Chamber of Commerce, Girls in Tech.
PariSoma for hosting the event.
Sai Jai Thai for the amazing food.
All the speakers who gave the event its awesome content: Cash Costello, Jeroen Dalsem, Jon Dron, Mike Jett, Paul Stewart, Ben Tomlin, Evan Winslow, and Ben Werdmuller.
All the volunteers I tricked into helping with offers of free food and beer: Johnathan Leppert, Florian Mettetal, Anthony Shephard, and Vi Tran.
For those of you who couldn’t attend, Latakoo is hosting videos of the event, both the general track and the developer track. Thanks to Ben for setting us up! Also, we will we be posting slides to the ElggCampSF site as they are made available. Also check that site for pictures of the event!

Again, thanks to everyone who helped make ECSF a success. I can’t wait for the next one!”

Cool, isn’t it? We only would like to add > Thanks Brett Profitt for all the effort, hard work and help. It’s always a pleasure meeting you! :)

Another amazing repercussion of the ElggCamp SF is the soon-to-be London Elgg Meetup, where along with some drinks and good food, the London folks will be looking at the great material that came out of ElggCampSF… isn’t this awesome?! If you are interested on being part of it, you can confirm your participation here!

Hope you can join them! We can’t wait to hear what happened!


"We want you to help with the organization of ElggCamp SF"

This year started with this short invitation from Brett Profitt (Elgg foundation tech lead), a really big challenge for Condiminds team.

Now, four months and a half later, we are proud to say: Mission Accomplished! and we really would love to help every single person that made that possible!! The Elgg Foundation, Sponsors, Media Partners, Friends, Family, Airlines (?) … all of you!

ElggCamp San Francisco organization


ElggCamp SF Keynote


We are really happy, ElggCamp SF was a mayor success (you can find more information at and the Condiminds’ team not only had a great time at California but also had an unforgettable experience with Elggers from every single part of the word. We learned a lot from their knowledge, experiences and also from their customs! It was a very fulfilling experience, both profesional and human.

Take a look at some pics of this awesome trip!

California Academy of Science

Golden Gate


Rebecca, from the Stanford Entrepreneurship Program

HP’s Garage

At Google!

Apple’s HQ

ElggCamp announcement at Apple’s HQ

ElggCampSF Time!

Susana ready for our Keynote

Work in progress

With some new friends!

Again, thanks for making this possible! :)
See you soon,

ElggCamp 2012 now at…

It’s a real pleasure for me to announce to all of you that the next ElggCamp is a reality and will take place shortly at San Francisco!!

Look how Brett Profitt (responsible of the online Elgg Community) announced it a few days ago…

The Elgg Foundation and Condiminds are pleased to invite you to ElggCamp San Francisco! ElggCamp SF is a one day event on Saturday, March 24th, 2012 at 1:00pm atPariSoma Innovation Loft in San Francisco, USA. ElggCamp Sf is for Elgg developers, users, enthusiasts, and everyone in between! You can purchase a ticket at our EventBrite page HERE! Tickets are limited so register early!

ElggCamp SF will have two tracks: a general track for those interested in social media practices and use cases, and a developer track for developers of all levels to learn basic and advanced development methods in Elgg.

As we get closer to the date we will provide more information on speakers, the schedule, and important tips about accommodations and sponsors, so be sure to watch this space.

If you are interested in presenting a discussion, becoming a sponsor, or have other questions, please get in touch at contact [at]

We are really glad we’ll finally meet at the capital of technological entrepreneurship!
Stay tuned!

Elgg’s word is spreading all over the world!

The day arrived and the first Elgg Meetup took place at London last week!
Under Laura Gill's organization and using the hashtag #LdnElggMeet, Elgg’s fans from the UK had a great evening sharing knowledge, experiences and questions on Elgg.

When we asked Laura about what motivated her to organize the meet up she told us "The company I work for, Surevine, have been working with Elgg since we first started 3 years ago. As the Elgg community is still small, I thought it would be a wonderful opportunity for developers and users to come together and share their experiences.

The main piece of this event was probably the video participation of Cash Costello, one of Elgg’s core developers. You can feel you were there taking a look at it here!

Cash Costello
View more videos from London Elgg Meetup

As Laura also said to us: "Meeting other developers for the first time, and watching the online networking and sharing since the event has been the thing I am most proud of" this is the main idea on ElggMeetups, growing from getting to know better each one of us and inviting new people to our meetings.

On the London Elgg Meetup site, you will find all the presentations, but in order to avoid you the trouble, here we have embed them! :)
Hope you enjoy the show!

Circles are elgg shaped
View more presentations from London Elgg Meetup

Elgg in Healthcare
View more presentations from London Elgg Meetup
by Malcolm Newbury

by Alec Muffett

What is new in elgg 1.8?
View more presentations from London Elgg Meetup

by Kevin Jardine

You’ll find more information on this or any further meetup here! Don’t forget to follow @LdnElggMeet on twitter, you’ll be updated of the incoming events!

Hope you can spread Elgg’s vibe on your city too!
Condiminds Presente en CISL2011 

La pasada semana se realizó en le Biblioteca Nacional de la Ciudad de Buenos Aires la Conferencia Internacional de Software Libre, de la cual fue un honor participar como expositoras presentando el Elgg.

Siempre es grato participar de charlas, pero cuando el aire que se respira está tan empapado de los valores que como amantes del Software Libre compartimos, más aún!

Tuvimos también el gusto de participar de varias charlas muy interesantes entre las que destacamos la brindada por Sergio AMADEU “Conferencia: La guerra de las patentes, las batallas de formatos y el control del conocimiento” y “Universidad y Software Libre” presentada por representantes de la Universidad de Belgrano, la Universidad Nacional de La Plata y la de Misiones. Claros ejemplos de que el uso del Software Libre a nivel institucional ya dejó de ser una Utopía y es parte de la realidad.

1) Sergio Amadeu, Universidad de San Pablo, Brasil.
2) Javier DÍAZ – Universidad Nacional de La Plata, Alejandra Yurkevich – Universidad Nacional de Misiones y Sergio Aguilera Universidad de Belgrano.

Posteriormente, para cerrar la jornada del día 1, junto con mi socia Susana Cipriota nos presentamos frente a una concurrencia cargada de ideas, curiosidad y ganas de participar, a quienes les contamos de qué se trata Elgg y les mostramos varios ejemplos de sitios desarrollados a partir del uso de esta plataforma que ya derribó las barreras de la red social, para transformase en un poderoso motor de desarrollo.

Lamentablemente, por compromisos laborales previos, no pudimos formar parte del segundo día de la conferencia, pero no tenemos dudas de que nos perdimos una gran jornada!

Agradecemos nuevamente a los presentes por su interés, colaboración y gratitud!