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KDE Developer Sprints are focused gatherings of KDE developers to work on a specific part of KDE. Sprints are an opportunity to plan, design, and hack (think 20% socialization and 80% perspiration). They are supported by KDE e.V. financially and organizationally.
 
KDE Developer Sprints are focused gatherings of KDE developers to work on a specific part of KDE. Sprints are an opportunity to plan, design, and hack (think 20% socialization and 80% perspiration). They are supported by KDE e.V. financially and organizationally.
  
Want to organize a sprint or attending a sprint? Everyone should read [[Sprints/Howto|KDE developer sprint HOWTO]] for information about the KDE Developer Sprint process.
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Want to organize a sprint or attending a sprint? Everyone should read the [http://ev.kde.org/rules/sprint_policy.php KDE Sprint Policy] for information about the KDE Developer Sprint process.
  
 
== Upcoming Sprints ==
 
== Upcoming Sprints ==

Revision as of 16:57, 3 March 2012

KDE Developer Sprints are focused gatherings of KDE developers to work on a specific part of KDE. Sprints are an opportunity to plan, design, and hack (think 20% socialization and 80% perspiration). They are supported by KDE e.V. financially and organizationally.

Want to organize a sprint or attending a sprint? Everyone should read the KDE Sprint Policy for information about the KDE Developer Sprint process.

Upcoming Sprints

Add planned sprints here (in reverse chronological order).

Past Sprints

2012

  • [1] [2]Calligra Text Undo Mini Sprint, 19-22 February, Munich

2011

2010

2009

2008


2007

2006


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