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Possible BoF Wrap-up
Outside the main entrance of Technicka 10, grassy slope by the reflecting pool, on the right as you exit the building - 18:00
Please join the BoF wrap-up session this evening. Another opportunity for communication. Share outcomes and plans, cross-pollinate, attract attention to your project.
Please select someone from your BoF to give a summary—topic, what was discussed and decided, what's next, resources desired.
|Room 1||seats 20|
|10:00||Workshop: From QtWidgets Legacy to QtQuick and beyond||Kevin Ottens|
|14:00||Workshop: Integrating native features with your Qt mobile app||Kai Uwe Broulik|
|16:00||Workshop: Profiling 101||Milian Wolff|
|17:00||Workshop: Put your code to the test!||Shantanu Tushar|
|Room 2||seats 20|
|10:00||Workshop: Creating interface mockups and textures with KDE software||Timothée Giet|
|14:00||Workshop: Visual Design and QML||Andrew Lake|
|16:00||Workshop: Effective Speech Recognition in Your Application||Peter Grasch|
|17:00||Workshop: Improving the KDE <-> Qt community ties||Tero Kojo|
|Room 3||seats 20|
-- Jarosław Staniek (staniek @ kde.org, maintainer)
|14:00||FOSS in Taiwan -- The NTPC project, and the KDE's problem we see here.||This is about promoting, not technique session. NTPC project is an important milestone of promoting FOSS in Taiwan's school. I'll describe the whole project, and its status now. Also, during this project, what KDE's problems we saw? -- Franklin Weng <franklin at goodhorse dot idv dot tw>, the coordinator of KDE zh_TW l10n team.|
|Room 4||seats 20|
|10:30||The Ten Commandments of Technical Writing||A talk by Mikey Ariel, senior technical writer at Red Hat. The talk covers the basic principles of technical writing within the context of open source projects.|
|11:30||The Ten Commandments of KDE Documentation||Moderated discussion where we examine the KDE doc base, find the main pain points, and create a prioritized list of action items for improving the documentation. notes|
|14:00 - 1700||Documentation hackfest||Come and hack at the KDE documentation! Based on what we covered in the morning sessions, let's get started on those action items while the information (and enthusiasm) are fresh in our minds. All are welcome, even if you missed the morning sessions!|
|17:00||KDE Austria BoF||Probably never before Akademy was closer to Vienna, the heart of Austria. It's time for all Austrians, Neighbours and people who have ideas how to strengthen/enlarge the local community to come together and discuss ideas.|
|Room 5||seats 20|
|9:30 - 11:30||User Interface Design Room||You would like some interaction and/or visual design input for your project? KDE's visual designers and usability experts are here to help you! (Host: Thomas Pfeiffer)|
|11:30 - 12:30||Follow up on "A quick guide how you can save the world or why it is impossible to do usability"||Let's disuss ideas and open questions arising from my talk on Sunday 11:40 and let's see if we can actually start to save the world. (Host: Björn Balazs)|
|14:00||Packagers bof||Place for packagers to shake hands and hug eachother - and whine about the evil upstreamers. (Host: Sune)|
|15:00 - 17:00||Human-Centered Design for the KDE HIG||We see the KDE Human Interface Guidelines as a product, so we use human-centered design to optimize the HIG for its users, which are KDE developers as well as designers. So come to this BoF to help us find out what you need! (Host: Thomas Pfeiffer)|
|17:00||User Interface Design Room||See above|