"Not only because there were many developers attending, among
them three out of four of our KOffice Summer of Code students, but
also because everyone was filled to the brim with joy and relief
about having release 2.0 and eager to forge forwards to 2.1.
"We had chosen a slightly different setup from our other
sprints, with presentations and discussions on Saturday, followed
by BoF sessions on Sunday. There were a couple of themes.
"The first was collaborative editing, which is really hot now
with Google Wave riding the hype cycle -- Pierre Stirnweiss gave a
presentation on this topic that was characterized by an almost
academic depth and a huge stack of printed research papers. He
argued that ODF's change tracking definition is definitely lacking
a lot of important features, so that is something we will try to
work on within the ODF standards committee."