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Wednesday, December 15, 2010

GNOME Hackfest Munich - The Aftermath

Some weeks ago, a group of old and new friends met in Munich at a secret location, to spend a day working on various ideas but all related to GNOME.

Some of those friends blogged about it. They wrote down what we were talking about and what was the outcome of the Hackfest. Please read about it on their blogs, as they took a lot of time to write it down.

Part 1 - Salomons Blog: https://ssickert.wordpress.com/2010/12/15/gnome-contacts-what-we-really-need/
Part 2 - Daniels Blog: http://www.dgsiegel.net/news/2010_12_15-gnome_contacts_our_ideas

If you have feedback or more ideas you would like to share, please leave a comment on Salomons Blog and not on mine, since that makes it easier for us to go through all your comments.

Thanks to those who attended and those who supported us, especially Murray for coffee and beer!

7 comments:

wasabi said...

I predict a future controversy when a distro directs sales to themselves.

wasabi said...

Oops. Hah. My last comment was meant to go to a different blogger altogether. Disregard.

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