KDE and GNOME    Working towards better collaboration by  learning from each others rights and wrongsLydia Pintscher (@nig...
by D Sharon Pruittjoining the community
delegation via motivation        by kwl on flickr
funding          by epSos.de on flickr
democracy, meritocracy   and dictatorship                by dnorman on flickr
by jurvetson on flickroccupation groups
upstream – downstream       relations                   by zoutedrop on flickr
legal vs moral                 by digital_rampage on flickr
NIH syndrome               by horiavarlan on flickr
leaving thecommunity     by fukin11 on flickr
Questions? Please!                               Now go out and talk to each                               other and then ...
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GNOME & KDE - Working towards better collaboration by learning from each others rights and wrongs

  1. 1. KDE and GNOME Working towards better collaboration by learning from each others rights and wrongsLydia Pintscher (@nightrose)Seif Lotfy (@seiflotfy)
  2. 2. by D Sharon Pruittjoining the community
  3. 3. delegation via motivation by kwl on flickr
  4. 4. funding by epSos.de on flickr
  5. 5. democracy, meritocracy and dictatorship by dnorman on flickr
  6. 6. by jurvetson on flickroccupation groups
  7. 7. upstream – downstream relations by zoutedrop on flickr
  8. 8. legal vs moral by digital_rampage on flickr
  9. 9. NIH syndrome by horiavarlan on flickr
  10. 10. leaving thecommunity by fukin11 on flickr
  11. 11. Questions? Please! Now go out and talk to each other and then let us know what you learned ;-)Lydia Pintscher (@nightrose)Seif Lotfy (@seiflotfy)
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