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Avoid Trap Of Proprietary Cloud Tooling: Use Simple API

What's the first thing you should do if you're thinking of developing software for cloud computing? At ZendCon, Zend Technologies user group yesterday, three members of a five member panel answered the same way: adopt Simple Cloud API, the open source cloud services interface.
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Widget Wonderland for WebOS

Make your WebOS application look like the built-in applications with Widgets...
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Study Shows Open-Source Code Quality Steadily Improving

A study by Coverity shows that defects in open-source code are declining, which is good news for organizations such as government agencies that increasingly rely on open-source software.
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Developer Days 2009: Qt Grows

Last week, Munich saw the 2009 Edition of the Qt Developer Days. Qt Developer Days is a Qt-focused software conference which is held yearly in Europe and the U.S. The American edition will be held at the start of November in San Francisco. 700 attendants and more than 70 Trolls made this edition the biggest Developer Days to date.
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CFP: Join the GNOME.Asia Summit 2009

The second GNOME.Asia Summit will be held in Ho-Chi-Minh City, Vietnam, from 20-22 November, 2009. The GNOME.Asia Summit is an exciting event gathering many contributors from the free and open source desktop communities, bringing together the Asian community, and providing a
forum for planning future development and growth.  This document serves as the formal invitation to participate in the summit.  Please join us and participate!

The theme of the summit is 'Get Freedom with GNOME' which refers to the primary goals of the GNOME.Asia Summit: spreading the knowledge of GNOME and free/open source software across Asia; and building a vibrant, thriving community around it. Our target audiences include GNOME users,
developers, contributors, students, and clients in Asia.

The event will feature keynotes, sessions, lightning talks, exhibitions, and a hands-on lab. We are asking for submissions for three types of proposals:
  • Sessions
  • Lightning talks
  • Exhibition, hands-on lab
The sessions at the GNOME.Asia Summit will be scheduled for one hour blocks of time.  You should expect approximately 45 minutes of lecture with the final 15 minutes used for questions and group discussion. Please take into consideration any time you will need for preparation. The session could be a technical talk, panel discussion, or BOF.

The lightning talks at the GNOME.Asia Summit are short presentations. Each lightning talk is only 5 minutes long with no time for Q&A. Please take into consideration any time you will need for preparation, such as projector setup. Proposals for lightning talks will be accepted on a
first-come-first-served basis, limited by available space.

At the GNOME.Asia Summit 2009, we will have a special area for exhibition and hands-on Lab.  Exhibitions including booths, posters and stands, and hands-on Lab are welcome.

Topic areas of interest include, but are not limited to:
  • GNOME 3.0
  • Localization & Internationalization
  • Mobile platforms and thin clients
  • GNOME Communities
  • GNOME library and application development
  • Desktop deployments
  • School software
In short, any area of GNOME and its related projects that you feel passionate is a great topic for you to speak about!

To be considered for inclusion as a participant at the GNOME.Asia Summit 2009, please send an email to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it with a short abstract about your proposal. The submitted abstract should indicate the type of your proposal.  Include your name, biographical information, a photo suitable for the web, a title, and a description of your presentation (under 400 words). The reviewing team will evaluate the entries based on the submitted abstracts and available time in the schedule.

The deadline for submissions is October 28, 2009. Successful candidates will be selected and notified by the organizing committee by October 30, 2009. Once your abstract is selected you will need to create an account on the GNOME.Asia Summit website where you will need to update your topic information, along with providing some biographical information.

All interested contributors are highly encouraged to send in their proposals.  Please help us to spread the invitation to other potential participants. Even you do not plan to be a speaker, please consider joining us. This is going to be a great event!
 
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