By vasanth on Dec 08, 2007
For many people in Bangalore, it is Day 1 (of the 5-day India Pakistan cricket match). But for those attending FOSS.IN, this is the closing day (Day 5).
Outside in Bangalore today...:-)
Just concluded...a great session on the OpenOffice development scenario in India. Sankarshan Mukhopadhyay, an OpenOffice contributor himself gave a realistic picture of the development scene in India.
At the end of the presentation, Louis Suarez-Potts and Juergen Schmidt patiently answered these questions/ discussion points from the audience:
Louis suggested that the audience should check out the User Experience Project.
Seen below are Louis and Juergen tackling audience questions.
If you are attending FOSS.IN, come to seminar hall A/120. Juergen Schmidt is talking about OpenOffice programmability.
Look out for a demo on “JavaFX on the Desktop” by Sun engineers Vaibhav Kulkarni and Kannan Balasubramanian.
The demo features:
Also, look out for:
With just six more days for the conference to open, everyone is gearing up to the excitement. Follow this blog to learn about:
There FOSS.IN schedule was published yesterday. Some changes to the schedule are likely to be announced today.
Look out for a demo on OpenJDK when you attend FOSS.IN next week. Sun engineers Vaibhav Choudhary and Vikram Aroskar would demo the product.
The OpenJDK demo has been designed to demonstrate the following:
If you are thinking of learning more about or using OpenJDK, look out for Vaibhav or Vikram.
The clock seems to be ticking really fast. No one can stop the excitement. Yes, just eight more days to go for one of the world's largest FOSS events to open. Over the next eight days, FOSS.IN featured speakers and leaders are going to tell us why they are looking forward to attend FOSS.IN.
Bookmark this page to catch all the FOSS.IN excitement. Meet the who's who of open source software right here, in this blog.