The schedule for Camp KDE 2010 has just been published! The event will be taking place in sunny San Diego at the University of California, San Diego from January 15th-22nd, 2010. Registration is free and there are still some space left for attendees so sign up right away if you're interested in attending.
This year's event will feature two keynote presentations. On Saturday Philip Bourne will discuss open access to data. Bourne is a well known contributor to the open-source bioinformatics field and leading advocate of open access to data. He is also the founder of SciVee, which serves as a web based resource for scientists to make their research visible to their community.
Sunday's keynote will feature Frank Karlitschek who will be discussing KDE and the Cloud. Frank is a member of the KDE e.V. Board and founder of hive01, a company dedicated to building social networks.
The keynotes will be a part of 3 days of exciting presentations starting on Saturday and ending on Monday. These talks will be given by a variety of KDE community members and will cover a wide array of interesting topics. Later in the week we'll take time out to see some local San Diego sites and will round out the conference with two days jam packed with BoFs, hacking, and Qt development training. Be sure to check out the full schedule at the camp KDE website.