Are you attending Akademy 2012 in Tallinn? Are you interested in making the conference rock for attendees? Helping the Akademy Team organize everything? Do you want an exclusive free Akademy 2012 t-shirt?
on 06/02/2012 – Made popular on 06/02/2012
Akademy is more than inspiring talks. It's also a place to plan, collaborate and get a lot of work done in BoFs and workshops. And there's more besides all that.
Several special activities have just been announced at the Akademy 2012 website. These events alone make Akademy 2012 well worth attending. Please register for free at the Akademy website.
While the heat of the Desktop Summit 2011 is still remaining, we are already looking for a host for Akademy 2012.
Akademy is the annual gathering of the KDE community, one of the largest and most significant in the world of Free and Open Source Software. At Akademy, the KDE community gathers to exchange ideas for development and to discuss other important topics.
Dot Categories: Community and EventsThe KDE Community are still looking for proposals to Host Akademy in 2013.
The hosting proposal needs a strong team of local volunteers who have an eye for detail that is able to organize and host our annual community summit.
The Akademy 2012 Program Committee is proud to present the Akademy 2012 Sessions. Given the broad nature of KDE, the proposals submitted contained a wealth of interesting and valuable topics. From those, 28 proposals were selected that we felt would address the most relevant topics and be deep enough in the areas of most interest to the KDE Community.
Session focus areas
Akademy is a non-commercial event, free of charge for all who want to attend. Generous sponsor support helps make Akademy possible. Most of the Akademy budget goes towards travel support for KDE community members from all over the world, contributors who would not be able to attend the conference otherwise.
Dot Categories: Community and EventsAre you attending Akademy 2013 in Bilbao? Do you want to get something special out of your Akademy experience?Be a volunteer. The Akademy Team needs motivated people who are passionate about Free and Open Software, especially KDE, one of the foremost communities of any kind in the world.
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After the presentations during the first two days of Akademy, people moved into action. Birds of a Feather sessions and workshops provided the opportunity to discuss, plan and hack. Being Akademy, there was also time away from work for relaxation and camaraderie. Akademy attendees, if there is anything missing, please add in comments.