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Revision as of 08:40, 23 June 2010
The meeting rooms at Demola are very small, and will be unsuitable for many BoFs. There is, however, a great deal of space in the main rooms (on two floors). There are three projectors available in the main space, and it is expected that whiteboards and movable partitions will create good working areas for larger BoFs.
What follows is a provisional timetable for three areas, plus a blank area where you can plan other BoFs. It is expected that unplanned BoFs will happen, but there is no lack of space for them. The point of using this table would be where groups from a wide range of interests are expected to want to attend - "we must discuss at Akademy" subjects. This will enable better planning for interested parties.
Scheduled BoFs may be swapped - but please do not alter anything without consulting with the people affected. Have particular caution about Tuesday meetings, since some people need to meet airline schedules. Please add a primary contact name in the Notes section.
If your BoF requires a projector or any other equipment, please mention in the Notes section.
|09:30||Wikimedia and KDE: Integration and collaboration opportunities||Guillaume Paumier -Guest participation - do not reschedule|
|10:30||Using TranslateWiki - online and off-line translation||Anne Wilson/Niklas Laxström - Guest participation - do not reschedule - requires projector|
|14:00||KDE's wikis - getting closer to world domination with SMW and SMW+||Lydia Pintscher|
|16:00||Writing for UserBase||Anne Wilson|
|18:00||KDE e.V. BoF||Frank Karlitschek|
|09:30||Use of different Widget technologies||Knut Yrvin|
|10:15||How Marketing Can Save The World||Igor Schwarzmann|
|13:45||Keeping KDE working on all Platforms with Nightly Builds and Testing: How it works, how to use it, how to contribute||Alexander Neundorf|
|15:00||KDE and bioinformatics: the missing link||Luca Beltrame; Projector needed|
|16:00||Marketing BoF||Jos Poortvliet|
|09:30||Themeable animations in KDE||Adenilson Cavalcanti|
|10:15||UI Design for Developers||Nuno Pinheiro/David Vignoni|
|11:30||Ham Radio and Linux||Kenny Duffus|
|14:00||KDE Accessibility||Jeremy Whiting|
|15:00||KDE-EDU: Delivering educational applications with KDE||Duda Nogueira|
|17:00||Programming map applications with Marble||Torsten Rahn|
|09:30||Please enter your subject and edit times if necessary|
|10:30||OdfKit: reusing and extending WebKit to make desktop and on-line Office software|
|14:00||Thinking Declaratively: Issues you should keep in mind||Eduardo M. Fleury|