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KDE PIM/Meetings

Get together, and get hacking! One of the fun ways to improve the KDE PIM codebase is to get together for a hackfest. Since most -- but by no means all -- of the KDE PIM developers are in Western Europe, getting together isn't all that hard to do. KDE PIM has a great tradition of focused developer meetings. It started at Osnabrück in 2003 and has grown into having several meetings a year.


7th Annual KDE PIM New Year Meeting in Osnabrück

Group photo KDE PIM Meeting Osnabrueck 7

Once more the KDE PIM team met for its annual meeting in Osnabrück. Intevation had just moved into a bigger office, providing enough room to host the largest meeting in KDE PIM history with more than twenty participants.


Akonadi Halloween Sprint 2008

Group photo Akonadi Halloween Sprint 2008

The Akonadi team met during the Halloween weekend at the Linuxhotel in Essen, Germany to prepare Akonadi for its next release together with KDE 4.2. A special focus was on migration of the existing PIM data based on the old KResources infrastructure to Akonadi.


Akademy 2008

KDE PIM hackers at Akademy 2008

As usual there was a KDE PIM BoF session at Akademy 2008 in Sint-Katelijne-Waver, Belgium. Plans for the KDE 4.2 release and the migration to Akonadi were made.


Akonadi Easter Sprint 2008

Group photo Akonadi Easter Sprint 2008

During the easter days the Akonadi team met once more at the KDAB office in Berlin for an weekend of furious hacking to finish Akonadi for its first release together with KDE 4.1.


6th Annual KDE PIM New Year Meeting in Osnabrück

Group photo KDE PIM Meeting Osnabrueck 6

The KDE PIM team gathers again at Osnabrück for a developer meeting. This was the sixth meeting held there and it was once again hosted by Intevation. In addition to some decent hacking there were discussions about the plans for KDE 4.1 and Akonadi.


Past Meetings

list on pim.kde.org (should be moved here)

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