Akademy/2018/Tuesday

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BoF sessions on Tuesday, August 14th 2018

All rooms are on the third floor (except 125, second floor) of Neues EI and have either a blackboard or a whiteboard.

Floor plans:

If you need any other equipment, please send an email to akademy-team@kde.org.
Please put your name and email address in the Host/Notes section. There is no length limitation; text will wrap.

BoF Wrap-up at 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.

The Akademy team might reasign BoFs based on operational needs

Room 121 (37 people, priority for workshops) - 14th August

121
Time Subject Host/Notes
9:30 KDE India We'll spend some time discussing how to sustain and scale our growing KDE India community and plan for the next edition of conf.kde.in. The BoF is open to all community members interested in KDE India activities.

Host: Devaja Shah, Bhushan Shah

10:30
11:30
12:30 Lunch
14:00 Streamlined Onboarding General discussion on issues about this goal. Plan how to move forward with the "Making it easy to set up a development environment for KDE software" objective and discuss about the upcoming related sprint.

Host: Neofytos Kolokotronis

15:00 KDE in Americas We'll make a brief recap about some actions we did in the past (Camp KDE, KDE League, Akademy-BR), the ones we've been pushing lately (LaKademy, QtCon Brazil, some conferences in EUA) and what we can do to better articulate joint actions for KDE in Americas.

Hosts:Sandro/Aracele/Filipe

16:00
17:00

Room 122 (25 people) - 14th August

122
Time Subject Host/Notes
9:30
10:30 VDG Current State Andy Betts (Anditosan) - Revision of work to date and new work coming up.
11:30 VDG Goals Andy Betts (Anditosan) General session to define goals for the future. Community input.
12:30 Lunch
14:00 KDE neon Topics: https://notes.kde.org/p/kde-neon-bof-2018 - exact schedule TBD - sitter@kde.org
15:00 KDE neon Topics: https://notes.kde.org/p/kde-neon-bof-2018 - exact schedule TBD - sitter@kde.org
16:00 KDE neon Topics: https://notes.kde.org/p/kde-neon-bof-2018 - exact schedule TBD - sitter@kde.org
17:00 GPG Key Signing Akademy/2018/GPGKeys - sitter@kde.org

Room 125 (2nd floor, 20 people) - 14th August

125
Time Subject Host/Notes
9:30 KDE and Qt BOF Session for members of the KDE community who are interested in KDE’s collaboration with Qt – We will talk about the KDE Free Qt Foundation (legal setup; history and future; perspectives: What is important for the KDE community going forward?)
Olaf Schmidt-Wischhöfer <ojschmidt@kde.org>
10:30 Config Workshop (1) Topics: Collaboration with https://www.libelektra.org; Config Migrations, kconf_update; See Akademy/2018/Config_Workshop; Host: Markus Raab <markus.raab@tuwien.ac.at>
11:30 Config Workshop (2) Topics: Collaboration with https://www.libelektra.org; KConfig XT (code generation), caching of configuration files; See Akademy/2018/Config_Workshop; Host: Markus Raab <markus.raab@tuwien.ac.at>
12:30 Lunch
14:00 Config Workshop (3) Topics: Collaboration with https://www.libelektra.org; Configuration Management, Configuration Specification (Schemas), Kiosk Mode; See Akademy/2018/Config_Workshop; Host: Markus Raab <markus.raab@tuwien.ac.at>
15:00 The Maui Project The Maui project aims for a cohesive shell and set of apps tightly integrated that work on mobile and desktop devices, such as Android, Plasma Mobile and GNU Linux distributions. Maui makes use of KDE technologies. With this session the idea is to shared what has been done, talk about future plans and overall have a discussion with the members of the community on all the interested parties from the KDE Frameworks Maui makes use of.
16:00 Kirigami Using kirigami by apps, tutorial on the code, design session, reporting of problems kirigami users are having.
17:00 KDE Applications on Android There's been big progress this year getting nightly builds of KDE Applications and getting a container that can fetch dependencies and produce binaries without much hassle. We'll see how this is done and what can we do to make sure it has the most impact.

Room 127 (37 people) - 14th August

127
Time Subject Host/Notes
9:30
10:30 Flatpak and Snap BoF Topics: https://notes.kde.org/p/akademy-flatpak-snap-bof

Hosts: Jan Grulich / Aleix Pol

11:30 Flatpak and Snap BoF Topics: https://notes.kde.org/p/akademy-flatpak-snap-bof

Hosts: Jan Grulich / Aleix Pol

12:30 Lunch
14:00 KDE PIM BoF Main topics: upstreaming to Frameworks, promo/marketing of Kontact, improving public perception, attracting users and contributors, konquering the world. Full agenda: https://notes.kde.org/p/akademy-2018-pim

Host: Dan Vrátil

15:00 KDE PIM BoF Main topics: upstreaming to Frameworks, promo/marketing of Kontact, improving public perception, attracting users and contributors, konquering the world. Full agenda: https://notes.kde.org/p/akademy-2018-pim

Host: Dan Vrátil

16:00 KDE PIM BoF Main topics: upstreaming to Frameworks, promo/marketing of Kontact, improving public perception, attracting users and contributors, konquering the world. Full agenda: https://notes.kde.org/p/akademy-2018-pim

Host: Dan Vrátil

17:00

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