[kde-community] KDE store sprint

Valorie Zimmerman valorie.zimmerman at gmail.com
Tue Apr 12 23:06:33 UTC 2016


On Tue, Apr 12, 2016 at 4:59 AM, Jens Reuterberg <jensreu at kolabnow.com> wrote:
> I will considering the proposed date also love to sit remotely and join in.
> There is a FOSS conferance here in Gothenburg then and I am trying to wave the
> KDE flag high there (since there are a ton of companies going).
>
>
> (This is where I add "we should have a mumble server for stuff like this" :) )

Philip (yofel) has a Mumble server, which I'll bet he would allow you
to use. Also, recently Big Blue Button set up a Kubuntu session for
us, which might be of use:

http://kubuntu.blindsidenetworks.net/kubuntu/ <--- all open source, by
the way. Just use Room 3 or 4 so you don't bump into us. Password upon
request.

Valorie

> On Tuesday, 5 April 2016 20:45:19 CEST Boudhayan Gupta wrote:
>> Hi Sebas,
>>
>> On 5 April 2016 at 16:17, Sebastian K├╝gler <sebas at kde.org> wrote:
>> > Hi all,
>> >
>> > As you may have followed, at Blue Systems, we're in the process of
>> > revamping the infrastructure around add-ons, basically what is currently
>> > served by opendesktop.org.
>> >
>> > One of our goals is to open up development of an ocs-compatible server
>> > component. As we're nearing completion of the underlying infrastructure
>> > and
>> > licensing bits, we'd like to actually start thinking about its future, and
>> > get more people involved to think about it with us. To us, the current
>> > opendesktop.org is only the beginning, we can imagine it becoming a truly
>> > Free and open software store for KDE and others in the future.
>> >
>> > To start this effort, we'd like to invite interested people to a sprint to
>> > make plans, discuss strategies and tactics and generally start an open
>> > development process.
>>
>> This makes me very excited.
>>
>> > The meeting could take place in week 21, between 23 May and 28 May, and
>> > we'd be happy to host it as a 3 days sprint in Bielefeld, Germany -- but
>> > we're flexible in this regard.
>>
>> Can I attend this meeting remotely somehow? I don't have a passport
>> yet and getting one soon-ish (with a Shengen visa) will be a major
>> problem owing to my lack of a permanent address at this moment (Indian
>> Passport laws are pretty crappy when it comes to students living in
>> residential universities).
>>
>> > If you're interested in attending this meeting, please reply to this
>> > thread or let me know via email, so we can gauge interest and perhaps
>> > start making travel arrangements.
>> >
>> > Cheers,
>> > --
>> > sebas
>>
>> Thanks,
>> Boudhayan Gupta



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