JUL
6
2007

aKademy 2007: Tuesday Hack-a-thon

aKademy 2007 is continuing. Tuesday featured the Education Day and many smaller BoF sessions. In the meantime, hackers worked around-the-clock on various projects, both in the 'quiet' area and in the discussion area. Read on for the aKademy 2007 Tuesday Hack-a-thon report.

BoF sessions

JUL
6
2007

aKademy 2007: KDE e.V. Meeting

aKademy 2007 goes on. Monday was filled mostly with the KDE e.V. meeting, and finished with a social event at the city chambers. Read on for the aKademy 2007 e.V. meeting report.

e.V. Meeting

JUL
4
2007

aKademy Awards 2007

At the second day of aKademy 2007, the contributors conference closed with the aKademy Awards Ceremony. Two of last years winners, Boudewijn Rempt and Laurent Montel awarded no less than four awards to Sebastian Trueg, Mathias Kretz, Danny Allen and Kenny Duffus. Read on for more details.

JUL
4
2007

aKademy 2007: The Second Day

aKademy 2007 continues! Sunday, the second day of the conference, brought more talks covering a wide diversity of topics. Read on for the Sunday aKademy 2007 Report.

JUL
2
2007

aKademy 2007: The Tracks

On Saturday, aKademy 2007 kicked off with a keynote by Lars Knoll of Trolltech, with two further keynotes throughout the day by Mark Shuttleworth ('13 Lessons for the Free Desktop') and Aaron Seigo ('Beautiful Features'). After Lars' talk, two separate tracks started. Read on for coverage of these tracks.

KDE 4 Pillars

Strigi

JUL
2
2007

aKademy 2007: The Keynotes

aKademy 2007 has kicked off! The first weekend hosted our user conference, which brought many talks about various topics, ranging from very technical to more practically oriented, which were spread over two tracks. The tracks were interweaved with keynote talks. Read on for the report of the aKademy 2007 keynotes.

Trolltech

JUL
1
2007

aKademy 2007: The First Impression

aKademy 2007 has started! Saturday, the first day of the conference, brought us many talks about various topics, ranging from very technical to more practically oriented. These talks are so content-rich that our coverage of the user conference will require several consecutive articles. Read on for the first aKademy 2007 Report, the First Impression.

Kickoff

JUN
30
2007

KDE Arrives in Glasgow for aKademy 2007

This evening KDE developers from around the world arrived in Scotland's largest city Glasgow for their annual KDE World Summit. The week long meeting will see over 250 delegates from KDE and our partners discuss and hack on the world's original Free Software desktop. Tonight the local team have been busy settings up the network, videos and other infrastructure for the attendees who are busy in the student bar below the building. The first photos have been arriving on the internet.

Livingston Tower in the centre back, the week's venue.

Some of the local team.

JUN
25
2007

aKademy 2007 Sponsors Announced

This Friday will see KDE contributors and our friends arriving from around the world to take part in the KDE World Summit in Glasgow. It costs a lot of money to host a conference of this size, but as in previous years our industry partners have stepped up and made it possible through generous sponsorship. Read on for the full list.

JUN
7
2007

aKademy Keynote Speakers Announced

The aKademy 2007 team is pleased to announce the keynote speakers for this year's conference. The opening talk will be from Lars Knoll of Trolltech who will tell us about their plans for Qt 4.4 and their relationship with KDE. Mark Shuttleworth of Canonical will be talking on the 10 Challenges to Open Source.

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