Graphics wanted for MeeGo Apps web catalogue
Ferenc Szekely has put out a call for new graphics for the MeeGo application categories for the MeeGo Apps web catalog. If you have some time and the necessary skill. Hit the mailing list or the bug and submit your proposal.
MeeGo Conference T-shirt competition winner announced
The winning design for the San Francisco MeeGo Conference has been announced by Brian Warner: I'm pleased to announce, on behalf of the selection committee, that we have a T-shirt design for the upcoming conference! Congratulations to Mitul Bhat for submitting the winning design, Geared for Fun. Mitul's design will appear on the back of the conference T-shirt. Thank you to everyone who submitted a design this year. There were many good options and it was a difficult decision. The design appeals to your editor's taste for the abstract, and as long as the front (outside of Mitul's control) is a nice subtle MeeGo logo, this t-shirt could compete in your editor's affection with Tim Samoff's Maemo Summit 2009 as a personal favourite.
Second Call for Poposals for the MeeGo Conference San Francisco 2011
The Program Committee has issued a second Call for Proposals for the upcoming MeeGo Conference San Francisco 2011. The Program Committee is happy to announce that we are opening the "Late Breaking News" part of the CfP. We are looking for proposals that are new (compared to the first CfP), relevant and interesting. These proposals can be for both full conference sessions (30 min presentation and 10 min Q&A) as well as for BoFs.
Attending the Intel AppUp MeeGo Conference warm-up events
If you are planning on attending Intel's AppUp event for developers during the MeeGo Conference warm-up weekend, register beforehand and be prepared for a significant practical element to the training - if you have a laptop with you, ensure that you have an SDK installed before you arrive. Anyone attending the Qt developer session on Saturday will already have fulfilled this requirement. You'll be asked to compile some sample code, and generate a package that you can upload to an application service. One assumes the SDK in question is the MeeGo SDK, rather than any SDK.