[LGM] [CREATE] Preparations for LGM 2013: Future Tools are underway
jehan.marmottard at gmail.com
Fri Jan 18 02:09:13 PST 2013
that's my first message on the libre-graphics-meeting@ mailing list, so I
guess a small presentation is in order: my name is Jehan. I am a
contributor in various FLOSS graphics-related projects: officially one of
the GIMP/babl/GEGL developers since very recently, I pushed the support
backport of Wacom Intuos5 tablets into the Mageia 2 distribution (update
released today!), various minor patches to various projects (libora,
Basically I am not a big major contributor in a single project, but I do a
lot of small features or bug fixes when I need or want them
implemented/fixed in all the programs I use. That's it for the
On Tue, Dec 4, 2012 at 2:17 AM, Femke Snelting <snelting at collectifs.net>wrote:
> The Libre Graphics Meeting 2013 site is up http://libregraphicsmeeting.**
> org/2013 <http://libregraphicsmeeting.org/2013>
> You can already submit proposals for presentations, and/or sign-up for the
I have a few questions, if you don't mind (I guess you don't :p).
1/ If I have several "hats", can I propose one talk and one workshop, but
for different projects?
Basically I have just proposed a workshop about media production workflows,
with my Studio Girin (http://girinstud.io) hat, which is my main project.
But as I am also an active member of the Apertus project (
http://apertus.org/), a project dedicated to build an open-hardware camera
and a set of software tools, after discussing with the maintainer, we
thought I could as well make a short talk to present this project, if I am
to be there.
Is it a problem?
2/ Your call for presentation is unclear if the times for the various talk
formats include questions or not. For instance a "short talk", is it 10
minutes, with or without question time included?
3/ Is there a way to know before the deadline if our talks will be likely
accepted. As I will stay in Europe only for 3 months before going away for
a long time, that may impact my schedule to know if I *MUST* be in Spain (=
I have committed myself to a presentation and it got accepted) vs "I'd like
to go there if I have time, but that's not priority if something comes up
because I have no commitment".
Note that I'd love to go there, no matter what; but as I have been away
from my native country most of my time for the last 5 years, I have a lot
of people to visit. Only knowing that my workshop is accepted will make me
book my schedule for sure.
Thank you very much!
> We'll try to use the CREATE list for announcements on LGM 2013 only. If
> you want to take part in organising or help out in some way please
> subscribe to http://lists.freedesktop.org/**mailman/listinfo/libre-**
> graphics-meeting<http://lists.freedesktop.org/mailman/listinfo/libre-graphics-meeting>and introduce yourself :-)
> Already forward to see you many of you in Madrid 10-13 April!
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