Survived to a Tokamak Mark I

Apr 16, 2008 | 2 minutes read

Tags: KDE, Plasma, Sprint

I’m back from Milano. The first Plasma sprint has been a pretty good event. My only regret is the low productivity on the first day since we spent quite some time hunting for food. But once we found the right balance, the productivity just got through the roof and we got an humongous amount of things done (as the current activity in the repository proves).

I’d like to thank everyone involved in this sprint, we really formed a great bunch, that’s nice to be able to get things done and make new friends at the same time. A special thanks for Richard Moore, without him I’m not sure we would have seen the end of the API review. Also I’m really looking forward to collaborating with the JOLIE developers, it’ll probably cover all our current Web Services needs.

Also congratulations to Alexis who led the effort to make WoC finally happen in Plasma, and to Sebas who did a humongous job in this area too. Yet another important piece of the Plasma project finally done.

And now preparing for departure again, I’m going to FISL 9.0 where I’ll give a tutorial about developing applications with Qt and KDE. I probably still have to rework a bit my slides to fit the target audience and the time slot. I still have to pack too…