Berlin GTK+ Hackfest 2008!

3:09 am hacking

Planning for the Berlin GTK+ Hackfest is underway! Behdad has been organizing stuff by email, and Mathias is working on finding a venue for it to happen at.

Things that are on the agenda:

  • Release planning
  • GIO hacking in GTK+
  • Canvas discussion
  • Generic HTML widget
  • GObject introspection stuff
  • D-Bus and GSettings
  • Session management

Should be really interesting and a lot of fun. And I’m excited because I’ve never been there, and I get to see a friend of mine that I went to school with! 🙂

Emmanuele created a Wiki page and I’ve added some information there, such as who is planning to attend. If you are on that list and are not planning to attend, make sure to let Behdad know and remove yourself from the wiki page. Otherwise, everyone on there please add your travel information to the table as it becomes available, or if you don’t have a wiki account and don’t want one then email me and I’ll add your info.

Sponsors for the Berlin hackfest 2008 are:

3 Responses

  1. aklapper Says:

    i’d also like to see “libsexy integration into gtk+” on that agenda.

  2. bratsche Says:

    I don’t think that’s really under consideration except on a widget-by-widget basis. As far as I’m aware, libsexy is like libegg in that it is kind of a testing ground for new widgets. So if you have any widgets in particular you want to propose, you should mention it on the gtk-devel mailing list.

  3. Alp Toker » Blog Archive » Putting the Web in GTK+ Says:

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