Camp KDE 2009: Presentation list basically full

November 2, 2008

There are still some last-second issues to be addressed before opening up the registration module for Camp KDE.  As such, we don’t have a perfect understanding of the number of potential attendees.  But in the meantime, here’s a good sign: We may already be at capacity for presentations.

Our initial goal: Two days of presentations.  A very full day would be 7 hour-long presentations with some extra time in the middle for lunch.  And that’s exactly where we’re at: 14 proposed presentations.  That didn’t take long, did it?

If you were considering a presentation but haven’t yet sent us anything, hold on to your idea.  If for some unfortunate reason a slot opens up again, we’ll be asking again.  As of now, we will hopefully have presentations on KDE and culture, games, Amarok, CMake, Plasma, Akonadi, QEdje, KDE on Mac and Windows, research and on and on.

I’ll be emailing the speakers to get presentation titles and abstracts.  Presenters will also hopefully be leading BoF sessions on January 19-20.  Once I hear back from everyone, we’ll update the Camp KDE schedule page and of course blog about the results here.  And yes, we fully expect to record, master and upload all presentations for everyone to watch.

2 Responses to “Camp KDE 2009: Presentation list basically full”

  1. blauzahl Says:

    Er, you don’t already have abstracts? How were you able to pick then? Nothing on usability or graphics? Or kdelibs?


  2. […] 3, 2008 As was mentioned to me, my last blog entry on the success of potential presentations was very confusing.  Let me […]


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