There will be tutorials on IRC and Google Hangout to help you get involved in KDE. This is an event for women and their friends.

Every year the celebrate internationally Ada Lovelace Day. This date refers, above all, the great of programming Ada Byron, born in Engalnd, in the nineteenth-century. Ada, for those who do not already know, was a self-taught math responsible for creating the first computer program ever known in the world, algorithms for calculations used in the analytical engine of Charles Babage. She entered the history of computing as being the first computer programmer ever heard.

This date also serves to celebrate the achievements of Ada is also used to discover and encourage other Adas around the world to engage with technology and science. This year, Ada Lovelace Day will take place on October 16th and KDE decided to celebrate this date promoting some activities to integrate more people, especially women, but not only them, to our community. The idea is we promote some tutorials via IRC - #kde-tutorials - or Google Hangout on some KDE tools and how to get involved with the community. If you don't have any IRC client installed or you can not install one, you can access IRC in your browser: [1].

KDE really cares about you, no matter gender. So let's invite everyone: friends and family, boyfriend and girlfriend to celebrate with us!

Check out our schedule (in UTC time) below:

  • 14:00 | KDE Testing - how to become a tester.
 Couch: Myriam.
  • 15:30 | LaTeX with Kile
 Couch: Melissa.
 Melissa is a math girl, professor in a University at South America. 
  • 17:00 | An easy way to start in KDE - write a Plasmoid in QML.
 Couch: Camila Ayres.
 Camila is a Programer, KDE Person and housewife. 
 With this tutorial you are going to learn about QML and Plasmoids and how easy is to get into KDE world.
  • 18:30 | Ask your question about getting involved in KDE
  Couchs: Lydia and Frederik.

Doubts? More information? Ping us in the IRC channel #kde-women. We will be happy to help you. Remember: there is no stupid question.

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