Akademy Video

Aug 18, 2008

KDE developers say hello from Belgium and send a video message from Akademy 2008.

The yearly KDE conference took place from Saturday, August 9, to Thursday, August 15, close to the picturesque village of Mechelen, part of Antwerp. Around 350 project members took part. Our sister publication Linux Magazin Online was there and talked to Holger Freyther, who worked on OpenMoko Freerunner, to Adriaan de Groot and Cornelius Schumacher of KDE, they met Cliff Schmidt, who is presiding over the Literacy Bridge project, talked to Knut Yrvin and Lars Knoll from Trolltech/Nokia, and many more. (Most speak English, some say hello in German).

Akademy 2008

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