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Kubuntu Tutorials Day 15-June

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Kubuntu Tutorials Day is back. Join the Kubuntu team on IRC, #kubuntu-devel, for some fascinating chats with Free Software’s finest developers.

There are five months of development ahead for Intrepid, so this is the perfect way to learn how to get involved.

19:00UTC
Getting Involved
What’s happening in Intrepid and how can you join? Artwork, documentation, packaging, programming and more.
Richard Johnson (nixternal)

20:00UTC
Usability. Is it just about removing options?
Celeste Lyn Paul (seele)

21:00UTC
Packaging and merging howto
Turn your apps into .debs, fix the packages already in the archive.
Jonathan Riddell (Riddell)

22:00UTC
Plasma with Python
Plasmoids that are easy to make.
Michael Anderson (nosrednaekim)

23:00UTC
Bug triage
How to squish the beasties.
Ralph Janke (txwikinger)

From end of talks onwards…
Kubuntu Q&A
Got a question? We’re here to answer.
Your Friendly Kubuntu Team

See Kubuntu Tutorials Day page for more information.

(http://fridge.ubuntu.com/node/1520)




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