KDE WebWorld Day Zero

Or was it ‘Day One’? I can never quite decide… Either way, it was Wednesday, though after spending Tuesday night awake in the airport I was a little disoriented.

The WebWorld Sprint has begun at the Linux Hotel near Essen in Germany. All the attendees arrived throughout Wednesday and – in contrast to conditions in Randa the sun has been shining on us. Yesterday evening we had a barbecue in the hotel garden, enjoyed some evening sun and then got to the first of the meetings about the extravagant number of KDE subdomains and our plans for the sprint.

The real work starts today, but already we have got everyone together, everyone has learnt a lot of new faces and we have had some general discussion about the challenges facing KDE’s assets on the web and how we can overcome them. With 3-4 days of the sprint remaining – depending on individual leaving times, we expect to get a lot done.

In the meantime, we just wait for resident artist to sort us out with a snazzy sprint logo to illustrate our blog posts…

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