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Schedule of Events

Important dates and times for the summit

Day  0 of GNOME Asia Summit 2014 (2014/05/23 Friday)
Time #8 Conference Room ( 80seats)
9:00 ~ 9:30  
9:30 ~ 10:00  
10:00 ~ 11:00

 

11:00 ~ 11:45

 

 

11:45 ~ 12:30

 

 

12:30 ~ 14:00   Lunch

14:00 ~ 14:45

  A Beginner's Guide to GNOME 3 Application Development

 David King

14:45 ~ 15: 30
15:30 ~ 16:00   Tea Break
16:00 ~ 16:45

 GNOME Documentation: helping you learn and give back

Ekaterina Gerasimova 

16:45 ~ 17:30

GNOME Documentation: make your first contribution 

 Ekaterina Gerasimova, Andre Klapper, David King

17:30 ~ 18:00  
18:00  End of Day0 

 

Day 1 of GNOME Asia Summit 2014 (2014/05/24 Saturday)
Time Main Hall (290 seats) #5 Conference Room ( 30seats) #4 Conference Room ( 30seats)  #8 Conference Room ( 80seats) 
8:30 ~ 9:00

Reception

9:00 ~ 9:30

Welcome Speech


GNOME, Fedora and Beijing Local Team

9:30 ~ 10:15

Keynote Speech - What's cooking in GNOME - 3.12 under the hood

Tobias Mueller 

10:15 ~ 11:00

Keynote -  Fedora.Next: Features and Friends

 Jiri Eischmann, Jaroslav Reznik

11:00 ~ 11:45

Firefox OS - Unleash The Future 

 Botong zhao

Managing and triaging GNOME's bug reports 

 Andre Klapper

Libreoffice - go hand in hand with GNOME

 Yifan Jiang

Fedora Videos

 Nitesh Narayan Lal

11:45 ~ 12:30

Bringing your GNOME application up-to-date 

David King 

 GStreamer, a state of the union 

Olivier Crête  

Bringing Indonesian scripts and local languages to GNOME

Ahmad Haris 

 Fedora websites, present and future.

Robert Mayr

12:30 ~ 14:00   Lunch
14: 00~ 14:45

Sandboxed Applications for GNOME 

Allan Day 

 GStreamer debugging with GstPadProbe

 Wonchul Lee

GNOME/KDE on MIPS

Aron Xu 

Building Orchestration and Configuration with Ansible at Fedora Project

Aditya Patawari 

14:45 ~ 15: 30

Developing new element with GstCheck

Jeongseok Kim

Life of Translator 

 Tommy He

FOSS & Education in Taiwan with Ezilla project

 Max Huang

Brief Introduction to FirewallD

Zamir SUN

15:30 ~ 16:00   Tea Break
16:00 ~ 16:45

 wayland intro with i18n hacks

Peng Wu 

GNOME Documentation: helping you learn and give back 

 Ekaterina Gerasimova

openQA and Automated Desktop Testing

Weihua Du

 

 Re-rolling Fedora with Conary

Martin Bähr

16:45 ~ 17:30

 Next Generation Input methods

 Daiki Ueno,Anish Patil

 embed and embrace dconf in GNOME software developing

Guo Jia 

Fedora on ARM

Fu Wei

 

Hackfest: Packaging a ROS Groovy SCL for Fedora

 Ankur Sinha

17:30 ~ 17:45 Lightning Talks
17:45 ~18:00  End of Day1 

 

 

Day 2 of GNOME Asia Summit 2014 (2014/05/25 Sunday)
Time Main Hall (290 seats) #5 Conference Room ( 30seats) #4 Conference Room ( 30seats)  #8 Conference Room ( 80seats)  #3 Conference Room ( 30seats) 
8:30 ~ 9:00

Reception

9:00 ~ 10:00

Keynote - A perspective for systemd: What has been achieved, and what lies ahead

Lennart Poettering

10:00 ~ 10:15 Lightning Talks
10:15 ~ 10:30  Tea Break
10:30 ~ 12:00

 Keynote - Computing, Freedom and Privacy

Richard Matthew Stallman

12:30 ~ 14:00   Lunch
14: 00~ 14:45

Workshop: A GPG key signing party

Ankur Sinha 

 GNOME Archives Integration and FreeBSD porting

 Ting-Wei Lan

以自由軟體建置電腦教室 -- 從 NTPC 專案談起 (Creating a Free World In Computer Classroom-- What We Learned From the NTPC Project) 

Franklin Weng

 Workshop: Fedora i18n and l10n

Tian Shixiong, Robert Lijun Li

 Workshop: LaTeX Tips

Alick Zhao

14:45 ~ 15: 30

HackRF and GNURadio

 Wang Kang

An introduction to DBus 

Aleksander Morgado 

How to ignore users' needs

Zhang Weiwu

 

oVirt deep dive

李建盛

 

'CD' using Docker

Gerard Braad

 
15:30 ~ 16:00   Tea Break
16:00 ~ 16:45

 What we do on promoting FOSS in China

Tong Hui

 GNOME Shell extensions

BinLi 

Local weather information and GNOME shell extension

Sammy Fung

 

Java ecosystem in Fedora 

Jeff Zhang

 Elvish, a new experimental Unix shell

肖骐 Cheer Xiao

16:45 ~ 17:30

 Ramblings from the governing body of the GNOME Foundation

Tobias Mueller

GNOME for Enterprise 

David Liang (Liang Chenye) 

Integrating Open-source Hardware into School Curricula: The Community Development of Scratch and Sensors in Taiwan

Ms. Kai-ju Tsai

 

Fedora Women

Nitesh Narayan Lal

 

 

 

17:30 ~ 18:00 Closing speech - Local organizer
&
GNOME.Asia & FUDCon Committee
18:00  End of Day2