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Revision as of 11:09, 12 March 2011

City

Dates

  • 5 days, from Thursday Apr 7 to Monday Apr 11


Agenda

  •  ?, ??:00 to ??:00 - Open session: some teachers from distinct Edu centers of the Basque country will meet in order to be shown the programs. Best to sort applications by two axis: Ages and Subjects.
  •  ? Arrival and start to meet and work
  •  ? Group photo

Thu 7

  • 9:00 Telematics Lab 3 - KETS. Instructions about connections in the labs
  • 13:00 Restaurant of ETSI - lunch
  • 14:00 Telematics Lab 1 - KETS
  • 20:00 Back to the hotel
  • 21:00 Txomin Barullo restaurant - Dinner
  • 22:00 (Social program) KDEnjoy the night of Casco Viejo

(KETS: KDE Edu Technical session)

Fri 8

  • 9:00 Telematics Lab 3 - KETS
  • 13:00 restaurant of ETSI - lunch
  • 14:00 Telematics Lab 1 - KETS
  • 20:00 Back to the hotel
  • 21:00 (Social program) Hika Ateneo - Basque Folk music concert

Sat 9

  • 10:00 (Social program) - Sidreria in ??

Sun 10

Mon 11

  • 9:00 Telematics Lab 1 - KETS
  • 13:00 Restaurant of ETSI - lunch
  • 14:00 Telematics Lab 3 - KETS
  • 20:00 Back to the hotel
  • 21:00 Txomin Barullo restaurant - Dinner

Practical Details

Adresses

Metro

The metro or subway is the best transport to move between the Termibus, ETSI and hotel. It's recommended to buy a 5 € card ("Creditrans") for the 5 days. Key stations:

  • San Mamés: Termibus station and the ETSI are just 2 mins walking
  • Casco Viejo: this is the metro station to go to the hotel

Look for them in yellow here

Airport

  • Closest (there's just only one) airport: Bilbao (BIO)
    • Location
    • Public transport to/from the hotel: take the bus, and from Termibus take the metro. Public buses every 15 min; duration about 20-30 min to the "Termibus" Central station (last bus stop); price: 1.15€.

Budget

Paid by KDE e.V.:

  • Travels
  • Hotel

Paid by participants:

  • Food
  • Local transport (subway): 5 € credit ticket "Creditrans" for the 5 days

Paid by local sponsors:

  • Buffet for Open session

Attendees

Non-locals, please add your travel details and accomodation needs (Do you want to share a double room with somebody?) to the following table.

Name Country Arrival Departure Travel cost Single room preferred (yes/no) Comments
Aleix Pol Spain 6th april 12th april <100€ ? I'll be coming from CampKDE
Aaron Seigo Switerland 6th? 11th, perhaps even the 10th ~240€ ? Still working out final scheduling issues
Anne-Marie Mahfouf France ? ? 100€ (by car) ?
Agustín Benito Bethencourt Spain ? ? ? ?
Dani Gutiérrez Spain - - - - Local organizer
Baltasar Ortega Spain 7 10 170 Euro. From Valencia - Flight ?
Frederik Gladhorn Norway ? ? ~300 Euro flight ? Probably weekend only
Torsten Rahn Germany ? ? ~350EUR flight ? Can only attend after my April 7 presentation in Heidelberg, so maybe only during the weekend
Sebastian Vöcking Germany 6 april 12 april ~300 EUR flight, maybe less ?
Victor Cărbune Romania ? ? ~350 EUR flight (I'm still looking for cheaper flights) ? I would be able to attend from April 6/7
Daniel Laidig Germany ? ? ~170EUR flight (at least at the moment) ? Still not sure how long I can attend
Tomaz Canabrava Brazil 6 april 12 april US# 1.239 ? all days
Rafael Fernández López Spain (Madrid) 7 april 11 april Not needed ?
Alex Fiestas Olivares Spain (Barcelona) 7 april 11 april Not needed ?

OpenDay

Schedule of things to talk about in the Open Day

  • Introduction: general vision of KDE Edu (annma?)
  • Introduction to KDE (??)
  • Project overview (Baltasar, spanish teacher and kde blogger).
    • Impact and history of KDE Edu
    • Fast show about the ~ 20 Edu apps.
  • Lightningtalk-like app expositions by the developers
    • kstars (victor?)
    • marble?
    • parley?
    • kalgebra?
  • Plasma on the classroom (aseigo)
  • Some show of kde edu running in different devices (??)
  • Getting involved in KDE and KDE Edu development (??)
    • Show can we contribute to KDE Edu
    • Show the tools that can be used (git/make/kdevelop/etc)
  • Conclusion and wrapping up (??)

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