Tuesday, 11 March 2003
The KDE Project will present itself at CeBIT, the world's largest computer trade show, taking place in Hannover, Germany, from March 12th to March 19th.
On Saturday 15th 10:15, Rainer Endres will give a talk about using KDE on the corporate desktop in the Linux Park.
Martin Konold will be giving a talk on the KDE Kolab Groupware Solution at the Linux Park on Saturday 15th at 15:00. In addition, erfrakon will be presenting the latest Kroupware and Kolab developments running on a multi-platform high-availability cluster in Hall 2, booth A32.
For the newest developments in syncing KDE with PDAs please visit the OPIE-Team at the Sharp booth in Hall 1, booth 7a/2.
There will be a GPG key signing party on Sunday 16th 14:00 at the KDE booth. If you want to have your key signed by a KDE developer ensure that you bring a printout of "gpg --fingerprint ID" and proper identification. Please read this sign-policy.
Many thanks go out to LSE Linux and Security Experts GmbH for sponsoring accommodation, Fujitsu-Siemens for the complete hardware and SuSE Linux AG for the fair tickets and LinuxNewMedia for sponsoring the booth itself.
Many thanks go to credativ and Danka for sponsoring and manufacturing a nice set of KDE Live-CD's based on Knoppix featuring Debian GNU/Linux 3.0 (woody) with KDE 3.1, KDevelop and KOffice and many many other applications available for the KDE Desktop as free software. They donated 1000 CDs to the KDE Project for promoting KDE as the leading desktop technology - stop by and get your copy at the KDE booth !
The CD is available for free (as in beer) but we would be greatful for a contribution to KDE e.V. to help fund the next KDE developer meeting later this year.