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This is a Gnome Asia 2013 Report submitted to NIPA(National IT Industry Promotion Agency in Korea) and GNOME Foundation. It's Arranged by Seong-ho Cho, who is organizer of Gnome Korea from Jul 2013.

This is a Gnome Asia 2013 Report submitted to NIPA(National IT Industry Promotion Agency in Korea) and GNOME Foundation. It's Arranged by Seong-ho Cho, who is organizer of Gnome Korea from Jul 2013.

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  • 1. Event report Seong-ho Cho <darkcircle.0426@gmail.com> 2013. 06. 17 Korean translator of the GNOME Project GNOME.Asia summit 2013 local organizer Graduated school of the Korea
  • 2. Sponsors
  • 3. Introduction to committee Karen M. Sandler Executive Director of the GNOME Foundation GNOME.Asia committee Emily Chen
  • 4. Introduction to committee Chun-hung Huang Member of the GNOME Foundation The GNOME.Asia committee The GNOME.Asia summit 2012 local organizer The GNOME.Asia committee Haggen Hau Heng So
  • 5. Introduction to committee Sammy Fung The GNOME.Asia summit 2012 local organizer The GNOME.Asia committee The member of the GNOME Foundation The Chairperson of the GNOME.Asia 2013 local organizer Simon YoungKi Hong
  • 6. GNOME Korea Local Organizers o o o o o o o o o o Changwoo Ryu – Debian developer Jingyu Lee – University student Jugwan Eom – LG Electronics Namhyung Kim – LG Electornics Sunjin Yang – EmStone Joone Hur – Intel Corporation Youngho Cha – Intel Corporation Jooncheol Park – Intel Corporation Daniel Juyoung Seo – Samsung Electronics Seong-ho, Cho – Graduated school of the Korea University
  • 7. Event News • GNOME.org o GNOME.Asia 2013 to be held in Korea http://www.gnome.org/news/2012/12/gnome-asia-2013-to-be-held-in-kore • Open Source Software Portal o The 44th Open Technet, GNOME.Asia Summit in Seoul (Korean) http://www.oss.kr/oss_outevent/82831 • Blotter.net o Would you have interesting about Linux PC and ‘GNOME’? (Korean) http://www.bloter.net/archives/152932 o Let’s make in ourself, The world of an open source 3d printer (Korean) http://www.bloter.net/archives/154012 • OnOffMix o 2013 GNOME Asia Summit in Seoul http://onoffmix.com/event/15021
  • 8. Event Statistics • Total attendance rate o About 210 person was participated of 500 applied person (Accumulated total. 42% in a 2 days) • The percentage of each attendance
  • 9. Event Statistics • How did you know this event from? (80 person-target limited survey)
  • 10. Event Statistics • I’m a GNOME … (and/or I want to be a GNOME …)
  • 11. Event Statistics • Which topic you are interested in but missing in summit 2013 (for the training session)?
  • 12. Event Statistics • Which topic you are interested in but missing in summit 2013 (for the training session) (cont)? – – – – – – – The way of a GNOME Build (2) The range of applying GNOME Desktop Desktop technology Translation Private source storage Preparing distribution HOWTO Debugging
  • 13. Event Statistics • What was the best and worst part of this summit? o BEST (Answered by 24 people)
  • 14. Event Statistics • What was the best and worst part of this summit? o BEST (Answered by 24 people) (cont)  Separated tutorial session  (each) Participants  Food (Cheap and delicious)
  • 15. Event Statistics • What was the best and worst part of this summit? o WORST (Answered by 53 people)
  • 16. Event Statistics • What was the best and worst part of this summit? o WORST (Answered by 53 people) (cont) o Need more coffee! o Need proceeding o Need more lightening talking time o Need a real-time broadcast (such as by IRC, Ustream) o Tutorial has a lack of content (for a beginners!)
  • 17. Event Statistics • What is your suggestion to the future GNOME Desktop?  Mobile support  Lesser hardware performance requirement  More comfortable UI (which makes us to control entire system, more easily)  More promotion (marketing?)  More shiny effects (such as 3D effects)  More useful application for GNOME users (Not for developer)  More easy-to-use API and intuitive development environment  More special design can be appeared from just only the GNOME!!
  • 18. Committee welcome dinner (Day #0) • Committee visits into NIPA F/OSS Plaza (Which photo is taken by visitor)
  • 19. Committee welcome dinner (Day #0)
  • 20. Morning Schedule (Day #1) Time Main Hall (3F) Conference Room (4F) 9:00 Reception 9:30 Welcome speech ( Haggen So, Simon YoungKi Hong ) 10:00 Keynote speech ( Karen M. Sandler ) 11:00 GNOME Contribution 101 Allen Day GStreamer Pipelines on Embedded System In a Practical Way Jeong-seok, Kim (Korean) 11:45 Sandboxed Applications for GNOME Lennart Poettering Develop Open Source Hardware and 3D Printers via GNOME Tong Hui* 12:30 Lunch time *Note: this session has been reported by blotter.net
  • 21. Reception • We distributed two types of t-shirts and OpenSUSE 12.3 Brochure
  • 22. Welcome Speech (9:30)
  • 23. Keynote Speech (10:00)
  • 24. GNOME Contribution 101 • Allen Day – (11:00)
  • 25. Sandboxed Applications for GNOME • Lennart Poettering – (11:45)
  • 26. Develop OpenSource Hardware and 3D Printers via GNOME • Tong Hui – (11:45)
  • 27. Afternoon Schedule (Day #1) Time Main Hall (3F) Conference Room (4F) 14:15 Speed up embedded development cycle - The Yocto Project Mingyu Ju Seafile, open source file collaboration and syncing platform Jiaquing Xu GStreamer 1.2 : What’s new Olivier Crête EZilla – A simple way to create your own private clowd with user-friendly interface Max Huang 15:00 15:45 Tea break 16:15 Predictive Input Methods and Spell Checkers Anish Patil Web design done in GNOME and How did my last GOPW Yu Liansu 17:00 Wayland Input Methods Michael Hasselmann Women and Student from Zero to Geek Sphinx Jiang 17:45 Lightening Talk 18:00 The end of the 1st day
  • 28. Speedup embedded development cycle – The Yocto project • Mingyu Ju (Korean) – (14:15)
  • 29. Seafile, Open Source File collaboration and syncing platform • Jiaquing Xu – (14:15)
  • 30. GStreamer 1.2 : What’s new • Olivier Crête – (15:00)
  • 31. EZilla – A simple way to create your own private clowd with user-friendly interface • Max Huang – (15:00)
  • 32. Predictive Input Methods and Spell Checkers • Anish Patil – (16:15)
  • 33. Web design done in GNOME and How I did my last GOPW • Yu Liansu – (16:45)
  • 34. Wayland Input Methods • Michael Hasselmann – (17:00)
  • 35. Woman and Student from zero to geek • Sphinx Jiang – (17:00)
  • 36. Lightening Talk • Sammy Fung
  • 37. Morning Schedule (Day #2) Time Main Hall (3F) Conference Room (4F) 8:30 Reception 9:00 Keynote Speech : History and future of the GNOME 3 (Allan Day) 10:00 Manokwari: HTML5 Desktop built with GNOME Mohammad Anwari How hunspell Korean spell checking works Changwoo Ryu (Korean) 10:45 GNOME Development on Tizen Joone Hur Implementing Threaded Accelerated Compositing in WebKit GTK+ Gwang yoon, Hwang (Korean) 11:30 GNOME and DLNA Jens Georg Introducing GNOME extensions Bin Li 12:15 Lunch Time *Note: GNOME Training session has marked as light green filled cell
  • 38. Keynote Speech: The History and future of the GNOME 3 • Allan Day – (9:00)
  • 39. Manokwari: HTML5 desktop built with GNOME • Mohammad Anwari – (10:00)
  • 40. How hunspell Korean spell checking works • Changwoo Ryu (Korean) – (10:00)
  • 41. GNOME Development On Tizen • Joone Hur – (10:45)
  • 42. Implementing Threaded Accelerated Compositing in WebKit GTK+ • Gwangyoon Hwang (Korean) – (10:45)
  • 43. GNOME and DLNA • Jens Georg (11:30)
  • 44. Afternoon Schedule (Day #2) Time Main Hall (3F) 14:00 The soul’s code of Taiwan campus ericsun 14:45 Conference Room (4F) From Newbie To Translator Yinghua Wang GNOME 3.8 – Design decisions, Main changes and Future visions Tobias Mueller 15:45 Tea break 16:15 Profiling with Linux perf tools Namhyung Kim (Korean) Introduction to GObject and GMainLoop 17:00 Improve Cross Desktop Standard Cedric Bail Sunjin Yang (Korean) 17:30 Lightening Talk (3 talks) 17:45 Close Speech Local Organizer and GNOME.Asia Committee 18:00 The end of the 2nd day *Note: GNOME Training session has marked as light green filled cell
  • 45. The soul’s code of Taiwan campus • Ericsun – (14:00)
  • 46. GNOME 3.8 – Design decisions, Main changes and Future Visions • Tobias Mueller – (14:45)
  • 47. Profiling with the Linux perf tools • Namhyung Kim (Korean) – (16:00)
  • 48. Improving Cross Desktop Standard • Cedric Bail – (16:45)
  • 49. Lightening Talk (Day #2)
  • 50. The progress of GNOME Training Session • Brochure
  • 51. The progress of GNOME Training Session • Bin Li – GNOME Extension (Day #2) (11:30 AM)
  • 52. The progress of GNOME Training Session • Sunjin Yang – Introduction to GObject and GMainLoop (Day #2) (16:00 PM)
  • 53. Certification Giving • Total 43 persons are received
  • 54. Laptop giving • Luck winner o Day #1 o Day #2
  • 55. Laptop giving • The best speaker
  • 56. The best t-shirts designer • Tong Hui, Bin Li
  • 57. Final ceremony photo
  • 58. Local tour (Day #3) • Nam-san (South Mt.)
  • 59. Local tour (Day #3) • Korean traditional town Experience of Korean culture and Tae-Kwon-Do
  • 60. Note • Event promotion website http://2013.gnome.asia • Photos are not included in this report for the below presentations o GStreamer Pipelines on Embedded System In a Practical Way – Jeong-seok Kim (Korean) o From Newbie To Translator – Yinghua Wang
  • 61. Thank you so much