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* [[KDE_Core/Platform_11|KDE Platform Sprint, location TBD, Spring 2010]]
 
* [[KDE_Core/Platform_11|KDE Platform Sprint, location TBD, Spring 2010]]
 
* [[Amarok/MobileSprintQ12011|Amarok Mobile Coding Sprint - Gingelom, Belgium - Q1 2011]]
 
* [[Amarok/MobileSprintQ12011|Amarok Mobile Coding Sprint - Gingelom, Belgium - Q1 2011]]
* [[KDE-WWW/WebWorld2011|WebWorld 2011 Sprint location TBA, Spring 2011]]
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* [[KDE-WWW/WebWorld2011|WebWorld 2011 Sprint - LinuxHotel in Essen, from 1st to 5th June 2011]]
 
* [http://community.kde.org/KDE_Games/Sprint_2011 KDE Games/Sprint 2011 - Dresden, Germany, March 2011]
 
* [http://community.kde.org/KDE_Games/Sprint_2011 KDE Games/Sprint 2011 - Dresden, Germany, March 2011]
 
* [http://community.kde.org/Promo/Scratchpad/Sprint2011 Promo sprint, Spring 2011]
 
* [http://community.kde.org/Promo/Scratchpad/Sprint2011 Promo sprint, Spring 2011]

Revision as of 19:43, 3 February 2011

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 KDE developer sprint HOWTO for information about the KDE Developer Sprint process.

Upcoming Sprints

Add planned sprints here.

Past Sprints

2010

2009

2008


2007

2006


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