At last Saturday I gave a topic about how to contribute to GNOME community and development, when prepare the presentations I try the anjuta, it’s a very cool IDE for the beginner to learn development. And here I know about how to become a debian developer from Aron and how to become ubuntu member from Yue Chen.
Back from Desktop Summit 2011
I arrived at Friday in Berlin and took part in the Pre-Registration in c-base, and the interesting thing was that the first time in my life I drink an open source beer. :D.
And the most impressive one is the “Hitler is briefed about GNOME 3“, the GNOME people are genius.
Here again met with a lot of friends, Andreas, Bruno, Scott Revees, Vincent Untz, Michael Meeks, and also met many new friends, Brian Cameron and Larmarque.
It’s very exciting and helpful journey, I got more passion in GNOME. And here big thanks for GNOME Foundation and SUSE’s sponsor for my trip.Travel and lodging has been sponsored by the GNOME Foundation:
I’m in Desktop Summit 2011
Back from GUADEC 2010
It’s my first time to attend the GUADEC 2010, the Hague was awesome. Here I met a lot of passion and great contributors, put their faces to names. And I knew about the latest status of Shell, Clutter and GNOME 3.
Here I met Dominique, Vincent, Scott, Paul, Mario, Gabriel, …
Dominique Leuenberger, originally uploaded by libin_charles.
Vincent Untz, originally uploaded by libin_charles.
Novell guys, originally uploaded by libin_charles.
Mario Gonzalez, originally uploaded by libin_charles.
And I gave a lightening talk in the last day which is 30th July. The topic is “How to let NetworkManager more security?”, it’s not a big deal, just tell the new comer how to use the PolicyKit let application more security. You can get more detail from here .
I also took part in the the beach BBQ party on Thursday at Scheveningen, which is organized by Collabora. The food was very delicious, here I played the table football and talked freely with everyone you liked. It’s very nice!
My pictures in GUADEC 2010.
Thanks to all and the GNOME Foundation in particular.