After a loooong semester...with very good news and very bad news too, I think I survived (again), and here I am to try to tell you in a few words what I've been doing.
In november, KDE Brazil was present at VII Latino American Conference of Free Software, where I gave a talk: "KDE needs you: how to start to contribute" - you can see pictures here. Just a few days before Latinoware started, in some KDE e-mail lists I asked for specific suggestions where the people can start to help. And some people suggested intersting links for newbies to check out and pick something to do for KDE:
Besides that, Aracele and me are putting some efforts into translation KDE Techbase and Userbase into Portuguese. So we already translated some pages, but still there is a lot of work...so If you speak portuguese, know english, and want to improve your knowledges of english and KDE, you're welcome to help us! That's a good way to start to contribute =)
And the people here in Porto Alegre are already organizing the FLISOL 2011 (Latino American Festival of Free Software Installation), which I am involved with. I'm making plans for a talk. and making plans for a talk. So if you are near here and want to help or to give a talk, contact us or you can also organize a FLISOL in your city ;)