KDE Akademy 2010 in Finland

Finland Illuminated

Article from Issue 119/2010

Surrounded by majestic countryside, members of the KDE community met in Tampere, Finland. Sponsored by Intel and Nokia, this conference was all about the bright future of KDE and Qt.

It’s early July – 61°N, 23°E, fewer than 400km from the polar circle – and the sun pounds on Tampere, the biggest city in Finland’s hinterland, for 18 hours a day, causing the temperature to rocket to around 30° Celsius.

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