Camp KDE 2009: Presentations forming already

October 5, 2008

Some good news:  Even though I just posted a CFP for Camp KDE 2009 yesterday, I’ve already received four inquiries.  Keep them coming – we will make the space on the event itinerary.  It’s very reassuring that people are quickly contacting us.

I assume it’s only a matter of time before the Marble crew contacts us; I bet they plan a hostile takeover of this event in the same way they took over Akademy.  I’d find their Secret Lair ™ to stop them, but I’m certain they’ve added code to keep it hidden in Marble.  How is this possible with open source?


3 Responses to “Camp KDE 2009: Presentations forming already”

  1. Inge Wallin Says:


  2. Michael "Tsssppht.." Howell Says:

    Let’s think. Is it possible to hide something in an ASCII file so that normal reading completely skips it? Maybe some inconsistent spacing?

    Actually, I don’t think there is anything hidden in the Marble code. Probably just private mail…

  3. wadejolson Says:

    @Micheal: That’s it. Their whitespace is morse code. Inge and Tackat – you’re going down!

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