Category Archives: KDE 4

Five days and counting

It is five days left until foss-north 2017, so it is high time to get your ticket! Please notice that tickets can be bought all the way until the night of the 25th (Tuesday), but catering is only included is you get your ticket on the 24th (Monday), so help a poor organizer and get […]

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Just three days left…

The call for papers for foss-north 2017 ends on Sunday. That means that you only have three days to… … get a chance to visit Gothenburg, Sweden, the most sociable city in the world! … speak in front of a great audience of 220 people (if we sell all the tickets – get your’s here). […]

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foss-north 2017: Call for Papers

The Call for Papers for foss-north is open for another week (until the 12th). This gives you an opportunity to speak in front of a great crowd. Looking at the results from last year’s questionnaire, more than 90% are users of open source software and more than 50% are contributors. One thing that surprised me, is […]

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Building communities

As some of you might know I’ve been involved in the foss-gbg group for a long while (more than 3 years now). Last year I helped starting the foss-north conference, which is really about taking what foss-gbg is and turning it into something bigger. We had a great turn-up – over 100 guests and ten […]

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Summary of 2016

So, 2016 has been a great year to me. Interesting in many aspects, but most has turned out to be for the better. I’ve gotten to know a bunch of awesome new people, I spoken about open source, Qt and Linux in Europe and USA, I’ve helped hosting an open source conference in Gothenburg, I’ve […]

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QtCon

I’ve just booked flights and hotel for QtCon. It is going to be great to see all the Qt people and some of my fellow Pelagicorians from our Munich office. For those who want to hear me speak, I’ll share my view of the world on Friday at 11:30.

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QmlBook Making Progress

It has been a long time since the last update of QmlBook was announced – but the project is definitely live and kicking. Jürgen has put in a lot of great work into the contents and gotten the collaborative work over on github started. To simplify the publication, the contents has been moved to github hosting, but […]

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Qt Contributors Summit 2014

I’m writing from a warm and sunny Berlin, having attended my first Qt Contributors Summit. It is always nice to meet the Qt developer team, and to get a chance to hang out with the Pelagicorians from our Munich office. This conference really acts as a good balance to Qt Developer Days. Where QtDD consists […]

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Qt5 Cadaques 2014-01 released

We are happy to announce the 2014-01 release of Qt 5 Cadaques, a book on Qt. We’ve worked away over the holidays and are happy to bring you chapter 11, on networking. We’ve also restructured chapters 15 and 16, dealing with C++ and native code, so that they are ready to be fleshed out for our next release. […]

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Qt 5 Cadaques release summary

Having announced qmlbook.org yesterday, the reception has been fantastic! Over two thousand unique visitors from all over the world (see the map below) and almost 8000 page views. Add to this that we clashed with the Qt 5.2 release announcement, and I’m overwhelmed.

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