Djavan Fagundes and I attended to Latinoware 2011 to present OpenStreetMap. Latinoware (Free Software Latin America Conference) is one of the biggest events of free software of Brazil and it is hosted in Foz do Iguaçu, a city on the border of Brazil, Paraguay and Argentina.
In our speech, we talked about the importance and potential of OpenStreetMap. Furthermore we showed some mapping projects that we are developing and also how to start editing OpenStreetMap.
Two posts about the talk were published in Brazilian blogs (in portuguese only):