AppStream/Listaller FOSDEM slides

FOSDEM is over, and it has been a great time! I talked to many people (thanks to full devrooms ;-) Graph Databases and Config management was crazy, JavaScript as well…) and there might be some cool new things to come soon, which we discussed there :-)
I also got some good and positive feedback on the projects I work on, and met many people from Debian, Kubuntu, KDE and GNOME (haven’t seen some of them for almost 3 years) – one of the best things of being at FOSDEM is, that you not only see people “of your own kind” – for example, for me as Debian developer it was great to see Fedora people and discuss things with them, something which rarely happens at Debian conferences. Also, having GNOME and KDE closely together again (litterally, their stands were next to each other…) is something I missed since the last Desktop Summit in 2011.

My talks were also good, except for the beamer-slides-technical-error at the beginning, which took quite some time (I blame KScreen ;-) ).

In case you’re interested in the slides, here they are: slides for FOSDEM’14 AppStream/Listaller talks.

The slides can likely be understood without the talk, they are way too detailed (usually I only show images on slides, but that doesn’t help people who can’t see the talk ^^)

I hope I can make it to FOSDEM’15 as well – I’ve been there only once, but it already is my favourite FOSS-conference (and I love Belgian waffles) ;-)

3 Comments

  • Kevin Krammer commented on 13. February 2014 Reply

    I unfortunatly only managed to be in your lightning talk. Do you know if there is a video recording of your main talk?

    • Matthias commented on 29. March 2014 Reply

      Yes, although last time I checked without slides… Should be published at videos.fosdem.org
      (and sorry for the late reply, I missed that comment somehow…)

  • Óscar commented on 13. February 2014 Reply

    Thank you very much for the work you’re doing with Tanglu, hopefully soon be the final version based entirely on Dabian and has no parts of ubuntu, I stoy testing the beta version KDE on a Pentium 4 with 1GB of RAM and is great much better than any other KDE distro I’ve tried, greetings from Spain.

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