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Collaboration and Integration at Developer's Conference

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The aKademy 2005 KDE Developers Conference finished yesterday with a second day of talks to prepare for KDE 4. Topics of the day included integration with other programming platforms, marketing KDE and accessibility. In their keynote, David Carson and Deepika Chauhan from Nokia described the challenges involved with porting KHTML to the series 60 platform. Another highlight was Novells desktop migration study. After four days of conference talks the KDE developers are now into a 5 day hacking marathon which will feature not only 24 hour non-stop coding but more spontaneous BoF sessions and two days of usability sessions.

The day was opened with comedy double act Aaron Seigo and Waldo Bastian on Marketing for Geeks (Slides, Transcript). "We suck" Waldo said...

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