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GNOME.Asia Summit 2008 Report

Nov 19, 2008, 14:33 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Emily Chen)

"318 people attended the first day, and 212 people attended the second day. The majority of the attendees (2/3) were from universities, the remainder from companies. Ninety percent of the participants were local (from China) with the remainder from other countries. We had 46 volunteers from Beijing Linux Users Group, Beijing OpenSolaris Users Group, OpenParty, Beihang university, Beiyou university and many individual contributors, they helped us in many ways including registration, guidance, emcees, photography and video.

"This year, there were total 42 speakers, 70% were local speakers and 30% of them were from other countries, including USA, Finland and Singapore etc. There were 46 talks over the two days of the summit. The talks covered several topics, including: accessibility, mobility, i18n, community, development and deployment. Each day started with a general session in the morning and was followed by 5 tracks in the afternoon. For more details, refer to the schedule on the summit website. Most of the slides have been uploaded to the website, as well as speakers' bios and photos."

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