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aKademy 2006 Call for Participation

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This year's KDE World Summit, aKademy 2006, is approaching fast. The website is now live. On behalf of the programme committee I have the pleasure to announce that we will accept presentation abstracts as of now. Read on to find more information in the formal Call For Participation.

KDE Contributors Conference 2006, Call for Participation

You're working on innovative and exciting projects related to the Free Desktop? You've got something to say to the KDE community?
Then this is for you!

Full Story.

Also:

People Behind KDE interviews the developer of KDE's premiere photo management application Digikam, Gilles Caulier.

That Interview.

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