Our primary goal is to facilitate meetups, collaboration and awareness between different projects and communities within Open Mobile Linux and provide a place to present directions, ideas and your projects themselves.
By Open Mobile Linux we mean any open source projects revolving around typical non-desktop/server Linux, such as handsets, tablets, netbooks or other creative uses. Examples of such projects could be Qt5, Mer, MeeGo, Android, webOS, Plasma Active, Tizen, Boot to Gecko, SHR and other related efforts.
There are several exciting things happening in this space, including the recently announced Spark tablet, open sourcing of webOS’s Enyo framework and continuing interest in the Maemo platform. Saturday’s program includes:
- Mer … and what you can do with it (David Greaves, 11:30-12:00)
- Openmoko Freerunner – Present and Future (Niels Heyvaert, 12:00-12:30)
- Towards Accelerated UI’s on Mobile Linux With Power of Qt5 (Saija Eteläniemi, 12:30-13:00)
- Intro to Tizen and the Future of the Community (Dawn Foster, 13:00-13:30)
- buildroot: flexible building of a custom embedded system (Arnout Vandecappelle, 13:30-14:00)
- Deep Dive into KDE Mobile development on N9/N950 (Laszlo Papp, 14:00-14:30)
- Community Qt apps repository – way forward (Jukka Eklund, 14:30-15:00)
- Maliit – the open mobile text input project (Jon Nordby, 15:00-15:30)
- Nemo Mobile – How to contribute to the project (Marko Saukko, 15:30-16:00)
- Introduction to the QtOnPi project (Rajiv Ranganath, 16:00-16:30)
- An update on PIM storage and sync: SyncEvolution (Patrick Ohly, 16:30-17:00)
- OS in the Mobile App Stores (Thomas Bonte, 17:00-17:30)
- Rygel: Free and Open Mobile DLNA (Jens Georg, 17:30-18:00)
If there are any last-minute announcements or happenings that people want to discuss, we may be a ble to squeeze in a talk or two. Contact Carsten about this.
Looking forward to seeing as many of you there as possible!