cvandeplas at fosdem.org
Sun Sep 6 15:33:03 CEST 2009
Thank you for your ideas, that's really appreciated.
Android is a new platform that has a huge potential. Google is doing
everything it can to promote application development with ADC1 and
ADC2 serving as perfect examples.
Very soon a call for papers/participation will be published on our website.
This way people will be able to submit a talk or even propose a
speaker. So if you know people active in Android-based software
development you'll be able to propose them)
(this is a combination of call-for-papers and the brainstorm of the
last two years)
I'm working myself on a Android based schedule-application for the
conference. So if you're the happy owner of an Android powered
phone/device you'll also enjoy an offline searchable schedule with
On Sun, Sep 6, 2009 at 3:05 PM, pjv<ezelspinguin at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi open source enthusiasts and FOSDEM crew,
> Have any of you thought about the representation of Android at the
> FOSDEM 2010 event? Android open source related development is still slim
> in comparison with other projects, but this might change fast and many
> people might be interested in getting started on Android. Could this
> warrant a small presence, in the form of a dev room or a stand?
> There are three components to Android that are of interest to FOSDEM:
> - The open source Android OS itself. Might even want to try to get
> Google/OHA members involved somehow.
> - Open source apps written for Android. Projects certainly exist but are
> often still in an inception phase. See
> https://launchpad.net/+search?field.text=android ,
> http://www.ohloh.net/search?q=android ,
> http://code.google.com/intl/nl-BE/search/#q=android , or search
> - Android ROM modding.
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