vkrause-RoXCvvDuEio at public.gmane.org
Wed Oct 30 17:16:00 GMT 2019
we have a date and venue by now: November 22 - 24 at the MBition office in
Berlin (Dovestraße 1, 10587 Berlin), that's right after the Qt Contributor
Summit to reduce travel overhead a bit. Thanks to Eike and Agustin for making
Please subscribe to https://phabricator.kde.org/T11535 and indicate there if
you are going to attend. And please encourage people not on the list yet that
should be there to attend.
Help in organizing this is also still very much needed (e.g. finding
accommodation and dealing with e.V. reimbursements), despite how this may look
like, I'm just passing messages here ;-)
I'd also again encourage everyone to put topics and ideas for KF6 into the KF6
workboard (https://phabricator.kde.org/project/board/310/query/all/), which
will help to make the sprint as effective as possible.
On Sunday, 15 September 2019 13:14:28 CET Volker Krause wrote:
> as you might have seen in David's summary of the KF6 BoF at Akademy
> there's the idea to have a KF6 sprint, along the lines of the KF5 sprint we
> had in Randa a few years back, to determine what we actually want to
> achieve with KF6 beyond just porting to Qt6.
> If you are interested please subscribe to https://phabricator.kde.org/T11535
> and indicate your interest to participate, as well as times that would work
> for you. I'm not just looking at the current KF5 contributors for this, but
> also those of you heavily using KF5.
> If you are willing to help organize the sprint, please indicate so there
> too, help with that would be greatly appreciated (I'm not organizing this,
> I'm just writing this email because Albert asked me too ;-) ).
> With Qt 6 planned for Nov 2020 we are probably looking at a 18-24 month time
> frame towards KF6, so it's time to get this going.
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