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Going to Boston

I’ve been invited to the GNOME User Experience Hackfest in Boston, and I’m going! (Thanks to the GNOME foundation who offered to cover the expenses.)

One of the main topics of the hackfest is collaboration throughout the desktop. Universal Applets 0.1 should be out by the time that the hackfest begins, so it’ll be a good opportunity to get some feedback and share ideas with the rest of the community.

Anyway, thank you again to the GNOME foundation for making this possible! I’ll see some of you in Boston!

  1. Compizuser01 says:

    Congratulations! The UA are taken serious. That is a very good thing. The Gnome desktop really should come standard with screenlets. People expect that these days. The competition (Vista, Mac and KDE) has them standard too. And good luck developing the UA. :)

  2. admin says:

    Thanks.

    I’m not sure how much UA had to do with the invitation, but all the same I’m excited to be going. I’ll keep my blog updated with news about the hackfest.

  3. Compizuser01 says:

    If you’re not sure the UA is why you were invited, then make sure you promote them. Hi hi. ;)

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