[kde-community] Announcing conf.kde.in 2016

R.Harish Navnit harishnavnit at gmail.com
Wed Jan 13 15:09:21 UTC 2016


Greetings everyone,


We are very excited to announce the fourth edition of conf.kde.in, the
biggest KDE conference in India. This two day conference scheduled in March
will bring together Qt developers, KDE contributors, open source
enthusiasts and users from all across the nation. The event will give you
the opportunity to learn, share, contribute, innovate and create while
providing you endless possibilities with Qt/KDE technologies.

conf.kde.in is an excellent platform for you to learn about FOSS and start
contributing to it. The participants will be introduced to the KDE
community, and shall also be given an overview of the latest developments
in it. The talks and interactive sessions shall help strengthen your basics
and shall familiarize you with what it’s like to be a part of the KDE
community and help you to contribute to KDE and maybe for future
participation in programs like Google Summer of Code, Season of KDE and
Google Code-In.


Talks

Every speaker at conf.kde.in is a bonafide contributor to KDE, some of them
contributing since a decade. Attending the conference will give you the
opportunity to meet seasoned open source contributors, discuss with them,
exchange ideas with them, learn from them and also teach them something new.

Call for papers have been activated and the last day to submit talk is 31st
Jan, 2016. Do submit your talk at
https://conf.kde.org/en/india2016/cfp/session/new.

Many of these contributors work for great companies (which themselves are
involved in various open source projects. Also you will find that many of
these contributors were students until recently.)


*Wondering what KDE/Qt is ?*

KDE is one of the largest international free software community. It has an
integrated set of cross-platform applications designed to run on GNU/Linux,
FreeBSD, Solaris, Microsoft Windows, and OS X systems.
KDE is known for its Plasma Workspace, an environment provided as the
default working environment on many Linux distributions, such as Kubuntu,
Pardus, and openSUSE.

To find more information about KDE, please visit  http://www.kde.org/

<http://www.kde.org/>Qt is a cross-platform application framework that is
widely used for developing application software with a graphical user
interface (GUI) and also used for developing non-GUI programs  such as
command- line tools and consoles for servers. Qt is most notably used in
Tesla Motors, Adobe Photoshop Elements, Skype, VLC media player,
VirtualBox, Dassault DraftSight and Mathematica, and by the European Space
Agency, DreamWorks, Google, HP, KDE, Lucasfilm, Autodesk Maya, The
Foundry's Nuke, Panasonic, Philips, Blackberry applications, Samsung,
Siemens, Volvo, Walt Disney, Animation Studios and Research In Motion. Qt
runs on multiple platforms which include Linux, Windows, Mac OSX, Embedded
Linux, Blackberry 10, Android, Sailfish and Ubuntu Phone OS.

To find more information about Qt, please visit  http://qt-project.org/


<http://qt-project.org/>*Details about** conf.kde.in <http://conf.kde.in>*:

Venue:   The LNM Institute of Information Technology, Jaipur, Rajasthan,
India

Date:      5th - 6th March, 2016

The registrations for the conference will be open next coming week. Please
register yourself here (http://cki2016.doattend.com/).


We are working very hard to make conf.kde.in 2016 a huge success and it
will happen with the help of your participation. Looking forward to meet
you all. Stay tuned for regular updates about this event on our
Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/kdeindia) / Twitter (
https://twitter.com/kdeindia) page.

For any queries, feel free to reach us at fosslnmiit at gmail.com

Cheers!

[1] http://conf.kde.in

[2] https://kde.in/conf/cfp

Thanks,
R.Harish Navnit
The Enigma <http://harishnavnit.wordpress.com>
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