Conference Sessions

Akademy 2012 officially starts on Saturday, 30 June. Some details of the Akademy 2012 schedule are still being worked on. The full schedule will be announced when it is ready.

The first two days of Akademy have presentations on topics of interest to the KDE Community. The presentations range from highly technical to legal issues to community to accessibility and localization. And the presenters come from all over the world. The preliminary schedule is shown below.

The remainder of Akademy is available for hands-on activities—workshops, Birds of a Feather sessions (BoFs), and intensive hacking. Months worth of work gets done in a few days. Akademy is the place to be for those who are committed to software freedom and innovation.

Register now. And book accommodations soon; Akademy 2012 takes place at the peak of the beautiful vacation season in Estonia.

 

Keynotes

Dr. Mathias Klang "Freedom of Expression"
Dr. Will Schroeder "It has a heart, a brain and it's dangerous."

 

Akademy 2012 Session List

Title   Presenter
A New Hope: Open KDE Devices   Aaron Seigo
Accessibility   Frederik Gladhorn
Building new KDE ecosystems: KDE Connect   Agustin Benito Bethencourt
Building Accessible Systems: Accessibility in Practice   Peter Grasch
Companies are Community—Meritocracy   Mirko Böhm
Defensive Publications—Ensuring Freedom Of Use In The Open Source Community   Raffi Gostanian
Domain Specific Debugging Tools   Volker Krause
Flexible Education with KDE   Laszlo Papp, Aleix Pol Gonzalez
How Contour became Plasma Active: The next step of the mobile platform   Eva Brucherseifer
How the Plasma Active Human Interface Guidelines Makes the Life of Developers and Users Easier   Thomas Pfeiffer
How to Make Your Commit Seen   Marta Rybczynska
KDE e.V.—Foundation for the Community   Sebastian Kügler, Lydia Pintscher
KDE Frameworks 5 for Application Developers   David Faure
KDE Frameworks 5: The Community Experiment   Kevin Ottens
KDE Releases That Just Work™   Jeroen van Meeuwen
Localizing Software for Multicultural Environments   Runa Bhattacharjee
Making Multilingual Wikis a Reality   Niklas Laxstöm, Claus Christensen
Messaging for Free Software Groups and Projects   Deb Nicholson
Plasma Active—Freeing the Device Spectrum   Sebastian Kügler
Qt Components & Qt Styles in Qt 5   Thiago Lacerda, Daker Fernandes Pinheiro
Qt in the Nokia Strategy - an Update   Quim Gil
Qt Project Update   Thiago Macieira
Open Source computer vision technologies usable by people with Physical Disabilities   Akarsh Sanghi
The future of packaging KDE SC Apps on Windows   Patrick Spendrin, Patrick von Reth
The more we do the more there is to be done   Nuno Pinheiro, Martin Zilz
The Window Manager Construction Toolkit   Martin Gräßlin
Tine 2.0 and KDE - An Integration Initiative   Cornelius Weiss
Wayland: Choosing a Better Input Method Architecture   Michael Hasselmann