just for the record…

Frederik sums up OpenExpo and mentions “Nini is as good a table soccer player as I am.” Hell yea I am! We rocked (NOT)! 😛 But it was great fun. YAY for whomever brought the table soccer to OpenExpo. I think we need to make karaoke and table soccer regular KDE activities. And we sure will do our best at Linuxtag ;-)  Karaoke is planned for Friday. Maybe videos will turn up somewhere at some point *g*

It was nice to meet Martin, who is doing the desktop cube for kwin as a GSoC project. Lubos, your student rocks ;-)  Everyone please check if there are other GSoC students living near your place. Would be cool if at least some of them could meet some KDE folks face to face and be welcomed by the community this way.

I have to prepare some last minute stuff for Linuxtag now. Hope to see some of you there at the KDE, Amarok and Kubuntu booth and thanks again to everyone who helped at OpenExpo. *hug*

4 thoughts on “just for the record…”

  1. Table soccer, huh? The two of you, Frederik and you, better get your bums over here to Windhoek. I have got a soccer table in my lounge and can hardly find anyone who is worth playing against. Also got some Windhoek Lager. Although with winter approaching fast, we may be better off switching to gluehwein.

    How is it? Table soccer on Africa?

    Well, one can dream…


  2. Karaoke planned for Friday??? Oh no…. *sniff* I’ll be gone by then.
    Would be too embarrassing for the others anyway. 😉

  3. Greetings from the Ubuntu Booth of the OpenExpo! 🙂

    Was nicer than last year, especially because of the booths beside us – Amarok, KDE, and our other booths (Python, MoinMoin).

    The table soccer and some other things were highlights, but not all was positive.

    I am looking forward to organize a expo located in south germany, which is only focused on FLOSS.

    The organisation guy from the passed-away “Pforzheimer Linuxinfotag” said he would participate, and and some others too.

    But right now there just too few people.

    Do you know a good connection point to get such a thing started?

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