Dec 16, 2014
Nov 3, 2014
openSUSE.Asia Summit 2014
openSUSE.Asia Summit 2014 is the first openSUSE Summit in Asia, which aims to promote openSUSE and other free and open source software in the region (especially in colleges).
I am very pleasure to be one of the organize team members.
I want to mention Sunny's mail and thanks her and all staff again
I would take this opportunity to thank the openSUSE.Asia Summit
organization team. Today, now the openSUSE.Asia summit has started,
I'm reminded of the journey we took to get here.
I can not forget our weekly meetings, which often lasted to midnight.
I can't forget 137 cards in trello for the preparation tracking.
And I can't forget hundredss of emails about the Summit in our mail
When we were on the way to reach this summit, we encouraged and
supported each other. Even though we were tired, we never gave up,
because we did believe we would finally be here. It is my honor being
a member of such a great team!
There are 17 people in the organization team, I won't list everyone's
name because we are a team, and we couldn't have make any success
without each of us.
Come from India / Beijing / Japan / Taiwan to welcome everyone come to openSUSE.Asia Summit.
Thanks our keynote speakers
* Richard Brown
* Ralf Flaxa
Thanks all our speakers
We have lots of fun with session and workshop in these 2 days.
I have some sessions this year.
Long talk: FOSS & Education in Taiwan with Ezilla project
Short talk: Easy Install Nagios Server with openSUSE 13.1
And in All stars: Introduce openSUSE community in Taiwan
We have strong design team this year.
It still in my office right now :-)
I want to thank our sponsors
SUSE / HP / Firefox / CSDN / BLUG / owncloud / GNOME.Asia
Without our sponsors, we can't have such lovely summit.
The most important for me is
"We got lots of SMILE"
Thanks our great volunteers
Thanks all your contributions.
All I have to say is " THANKS YOU "
Jun 14, 2014
GNOME.Asia Summit 2014
The seventh GNOME.Asia Summit host come back to Beijing. after Seoul, Hong Kong, Bangalore, Taipei, Ho-Chi-Minh City and Beijing.
I want thank all people coming GNOME.Asia Summit 2014.
We have awesome video team this year.
You could take a short view for 2 days activities. They will have new video for whole summit, I guess. :p
We play event video every end of the day. ^__^
Thanks again to all STAFF.
Thanks again to all Speakers.
There are too many words I want to say and thanks.
Thanks Documentation Team awesome training session in GNOME.Asia Summit
You could read the blog for some detail about training session.
Thanks FUDCon APAC held together with GNOME.Asia Summit, thanks Emily Chen and Alick Zhao lead both of GNOME and Fedora team.
Thanks our Busy Bees ZSUN and TongHui did awesome job for us. <(_ _)>
It's my pleasure to host conference with Gerard
Thanks our keynote speakers
Jiri Eischmann, Jaroslav Reznik
Richard Matthew Stallman
"For open source !! ""
We have Sport Event this year.
I really happy and lucky have chance to organize and join GNOME.Asia Summit
I think I will keep "Happy Hacking" and do more with GNOME.
Thanks speakers come to GNOME.Asia Summit and blog for summit.
- Ahmad Haris
- Aleksander Morgado
- Allan Day
- Andre Klapper
- Anish Patil
- Daiki Ueno
- David King
- Ekaterina Gerasimova
- Franklin Weng
- Ms. Kai-ju Tsai
- Sammy Fung
- Ting-Wei Lan
- Oliver Propst
I want to Thanks all our sponsor and GNOME Foundation.
Without their their support, we could not have this amazing GNOME.Asia Summit.
May 13, 2014
2014 GNOME.Asia Summit and FUDCon APAC
Registration open !!
GNOME.Asia committee was created at 2008 after the first GNOME.Asia summit, and aimed to spread GNOME and Free Software in Asia. We had hold this summit in Beijing, Ho Chi Minh, Taipei, Banglore, HongKong and Seol in six years. Now GNOME.Asia Summit already becomed one of famous activity of GNOME Foundation, like GUADEC (GNOME Users And Developers European Conference) and Boston Summit. More information can be found at the website http://2014.gnome.asia/ .
FUDCon is the Fedora Users and Developers Conference, a major free software event held in various regions around the world, usually annually per region. FUDCon APAC will be held in Beijing, China on May 23--25, 2014. It will be the first premier event in Fedora.next phase, spreading innovative ideas and helping make Fedora better than ever. FUDCon is a combination of sessions, talks, workshops, and hackfests in which contributors work on specific initiatives. Refer to the wiki page https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/FUDCon:Beijing_2014 for more information.
Please visit the 'REGISTRATION' page to register.
For the schedule please visit http://2014.gnome.asia/schedule/ .
And before the conference, we provide a training for volunteers and students about GNOME, welcome any interested person! Please register at here!
And we have sports in the conference, please join us!
Mar 10, 2014
The T-shirt Design Contest
GNOME.Asia Summit 2014 will be held in Beijing, China in May 24-25, 2014. We are looking for YOUR help to design t-shirts for this year's Summit. We need two new shirt designs, one for participants and another for volunteers.
The contest is open from now until March 31st, 2014. Voting will begin April 1st and run through April 3, 2014.
Everyone is encouraged to log in and vote at this page:
No contest should be called a contest without some prizes! This year we have the following up for grab:
- Winner: A Special gift from local team and two t-shirts with your winning design
Note: The final decision will be made by GNOME.Asia Summit Committee. Please understand that the highest vote score of the design may not be designated the final winner due to cost or other production considerations.
Feb 21, 2014
GNOME.Asia Summit 2014 invites proposals for presentations at the conference. GNOME.Asia Summit is Asia's GNOME user and developer conference, spreading the knowledge of GNOME across Asia. The conference will be held in BeiHang University, Beijing, China on May 24 -25, 2014. The conference follows the release of GNOME 3.12, helping to bring new desktop paradigms that facilitate user interaction in the computing world. It will be a great place to celebrate and explore the many new features and enhancements to the GNOME 3.12 release and to help make GNOME as successful as possible. We welcome proposals by newcomers and experienced speakers alike.
Possible topics include, but not limited to:
How to Promote/Contribute to GNOME in Asia
- GNOME Marketing
- Promotion of Free / Open Source Software
- How to run a Local GNOME Users Group
- Asia success stories / Local GNOME Projects
- GNOME and Educations
- GNOME Outreach Program for Women
- Google Summer of Code
- Latest developments in GNOME
- GNOME 3 & GNOME 3 Usability
- GNOME Human Interface Engineering (Icons and Graphic Design)
- QA and testing in GNOME
- GNOME Accessibility
- GNOME Coding How-to
- Writing applications for GNOME 3
- Integration of web life into the desktop
Adapting GNOME to new types of devices
- Developing GNOME on mobile devices (smart phones, tablets)
- Developing GNOME on embedded systems or open source hardware
- On-going projects and success stories
- Finding Free and Open Source friendly hardware manufacturers
Localization and Internationalization
- Input methods
Other topics could include any topic related to Free and Open Source Software not listed above.
Lightning talks! A five minute presentation to demonstrate your work or promote an interesting topic. These talks will be grouped together in a single session.
A standard session at GNOME.Asia 2014 will be scheduled as 45 mins (35 mins talk + 10 mins Q&A). Please take into consideration any time you will need for preparation. The session could be a technical talk, panel discussion, or BOF.
If you’d like to share your knowledge and experience at GNOME.Asia 2014, please fill in the form at before March 3th, 2014. Please provide a short abstract about your proposal (under 150 words). Include your name, biographical information, a photo suitable for the web, a title, and a description of your presentation . The reviewing team will evaluate the entries based on the submitted abstracts and available time in the schedule. You will be contacted before March 16th, 2014 on whether your submission has been accepted or not.
All interested contributors are highly encouraged to send in their talks. Please help us to spread the invitation to other potential participants. Even you do not plan to be a speaker, please consider joining GNOME.Asia 2014. This is going to be a great event!