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LaKademy - shortname for Latin American Akademy - is the Latin-american KDE users and contributors meeting.

Latin America is of great importance to the project because it has a large community of developer and users, as well as numerous business and governments that use, develop, and adopt policies to free software - and many of them use software developed by KDE.

The main LaKademy goal is to allow users and developers of the community to meet in person, enabling the exchange of ideas about projects and initiatives between the community members, discuss the future of KDE, plan future actions for KDE in Latin America, in addition to presenting the project for potential new contributors.

Thus, LaKademy consists of activities such as lectures on key topics related to KDE, hacking sessions for you to learn how to contribute code to the project, and meetings on specific topics and happy hours.

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