Kubuntu at Akademy 2007

Akademy 2007, the KDE World Summit, is happening now in Glasgow. The week long event is being sponsored by Kubuntu thanks to Canonical. Mark Shuttleworth gave one of the keynote speeches talking about challenges to the free software desktop and provoked a debate among KDE developers by suggesting they adopt a fixed release schedule. Kubuntu developer Jonathan Riddell also gave a talk on the upcoming features in the Gutsy release. Videos (and slides for other talks) are available on the programme web page.

The week continues with BoFs, hacking and a day trip to Loch Lomond. The Photos page gives you a feel of the excitement. Needless to say the machines in the hacklab and the 50 node Icecream distributed compiling cluster are all running Kubuntu.

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