Bad weather announced for the week-end, this means perfect conditions this year to go to the Chemitzer Linux-Tage 2010, the great Free Software meeting in Saxony (Germany) (here, zoom in), no bad feeling for staying inside. Stefan Majewsky (of Palapeli fame) and Felix Lemke will be booth-babeing all week-end long to showcase all the KDE software. And Cornelius Schumacher, head of the KDE e.V., will do the keynote, with a look-out on the future of the KDE workspaces.
But the CLT are not a KDE-only event, just have a look at the impressive plan of lectures or the list of exhibitors.
I will be there on Saturday, having the pleasure to share some KAddressbook’s author‘s car for the transition from/to Dresden. Good time to talk some more about my plans with the on-going resurrection of Khalkhi 🙂