KDE, what next?
Canoeing, underpants and KDE on MeeGo
Back from 3 days in Ardèche (no, not my photos, just the first ones I googled :p) beautiful place in the south of France, with 2 days of canoeing down the river (with the same name), really tiring for the poor geek muscles, but really fun :). It's really nice to see how many beautiful places still remain in Europe despite its levels of urbanization.
Akademy talk: Slides on the Plasma Netbook project
Tokamak, days 3, 4 and 5
Days at Tokamak are running out very quickly: last days we had a very frenetic activity: for me it was spent mostly around adapting aspects of the Netbook Search and Launch interface for touchscreens. It's impressive how good it looks already with so little changes of code
Tokamak 4, day one
I'm writing the first part of the first entry in Newark airport waiting for the connection (bloody networkmanager, why don't you want to connect to the free access point?). This night didn't went to sleep at all, some of us kept watching silly movies until 3am (then farewells and seeya next time, with the usual sweet/bitter taste), when I left for the airport.
CampKDE, day last
campkde, day 2-3
When I'm at KDE events usually I don't really find time to write that much, by the way, this week I'm in San Diego at CampKDE, we're now at day 3, the third day of talks, today the lighting talks, together with tutorials and BOFs. All the talks were really interesting, I also gave a talk on the netbook stuff, you can find slides here :) It was probably one of the first important KDE talks i gave and gone pretty well (since all the english still don't belong to me :p)
A new quite interesting chapter of my life is started since quite some time, I didn't want to say too much about it until everything was settled down and up to speed. But now i guess the time has come, let me introduce my new employer, a pretty familiar and constant presence in the KDE development: