Linux Bangalore 2004 Wrapup

Scott Wheeler and Sirtaj Singh Kang with much appreciated help from Kabir Husain represented KDE at this year's Linux Bangalore, India's largest Linux and Open Source event. Many of the 2800 visitors stopped by the KDE booth where KDE 3.3, a Knoppix desktop and KDE CVS (on Scott's laptop) were demonstrated or dropped into one of the two talks.

There was a fair deal of fraternizing with folks from other projects with the floor of the KDE booth becoming a refuge for hiding from doing real work. A small collection of event photos is available.

We would like to thank the visitors that dropped by, the event organizers and remind the proto-developers that stopped by to start sending patches.

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He's working on KDE4... and if his KDE CVS provides KDE4CVS, then a screenshot from his laptop would be nice. No thanks, I don't want to compile KDE4CVS myself...

Thanks a lot for the screenshot links :-)

Uhm, I believe you misunderstood -- I'm working on some things that will be a part of KDE 4, but the CVS version on my laptop isn't significantly different from the standard "CVS HEAD" branch of KDE which will become KDE 3.4...

Oh, sorry. Thanks for your fast answer! Btw, I played a bit with Juk just this hour ;-)

(and sorry for double posting, my browser cache didn't showed my first post ;-)

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I read, he is working on KDE4... thanks!