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Re: GNUstep & FOSDEM 2004

From: Helge Hess
Subject: Re: GNUstep & FOSDEM 2004
Date: Wed, 7 Jan 2004 12:38:02 +0100

On 07.01.2004, at 12:16, Fred Kiefer wrote:
No reason to get upset.

No one is upset, but FOSDEM is coming near and so far there was little feedback on my suggestion ;-)

As usual there are a lot of different oppinions in this mailing list. And I, for example, like your idea of a shared panel very much. I think this years GNUstep presentation should be focused on user applications, as during the last year we made the greates progress in this area.

Sounds very good to me.

And OGo is surely the most wellknown application in the bigger GNUstep environment. What about presentations on some of the interesting application, that where writen/completed in the last year? Of course we should also give short talks on Gorm and Renaissance, to catch the atention of new GNUstep users. Or just use these, when showing how to extend the given applications?

I think a mini-from-scratch-tutorial on that would be quite nice. After all this is considered to be a major GNUstep advantage - rapid building of powerful applications.

Who would be willing to do presentations at all? I intend to be at this FOSDEM, but don't have anything to show, being to lazy to develop something in the last year now shows.

Well, I'm pretty bad at making presentations, last years was awful ;-) But I could try again to give two overviews on OGo, one from a developers point of view (what is in there for reuse) and one from a users point of view.

Anyway, so far someone would need to organize a developers room with the FOSDEM team - I guess we are already late again ... The one two years ago was pretty good, I didn't like the big one last year too much.

I'm describing in a paragraph what took 14 hours to figure out. You may want to sniff glue for a while, then reread this when you get out of rehab. [aLa]

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