GNOME.Asia Summit 2009

                  


       November 20­22, 2009
Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon), Vietnam  
Mario Behling, Chair GNOME.Asia Summit 2009
    Hong Phuc Dang, Head of Organization
Why GNOME.Asia

* Companies need more developers
* Consumers need better, faster and energy-
saving software
* Emerging co...
Goals

* To attract more young people to become
developers, designers and translators
* To support the Open Source communi...
Introducing Projects

Software for more energy efficient and
faster computing
LXDE Start up Times
Tests on eeepc 900

            




Fred Chien, Andrew Lee (Taiwan)
lxde.org
One Laptop per Child and Freifunk
Freifunk.net – Local Mesh Network 
in Berlin with 700 nodes since 2003




   Google Summer of Code Project 2009
Extending routers to become miniservers
for schools, business and home networks
Freedom Box is a energy saving miniserver ...
Lighter and Faster Computing with
128 MB RAM and 500 Mhz CPU
Tobias Gruetzmacher
(Germany)
Thin Clients
Power Requirement ...
Keynotes and Presentations
Workshops and How tos
Installation Fest for new software
Event with developers from all over the world
Free short course and certificate for students
Meeting Spaces for Participants
Companies & Projects Booths
Quang Trung Software City
Plans for the future: More events for 
developers and companies to foster economic 
exchange
Website: www.gnome.asia
Please Register. Thank You.

                  


       November 20­22, 2009
Ho Chi Minh City (Sa...
GNOME.Asia 2009 Vietnam
GNOME.Asia 2009 Vietnam
GNOME.Asia 2009 Vietnam
GNOME.Asia 2009 Vietnam
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GNOME.Asia 2009 Vietnam

  1. 1. GNOME.Asia Summit 2009   November 20­22, 2009 Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon), Vietnam  
  2. 2. Mario Behling, Chair GNOME.Asia Summit 2009 Hong Phuc Dang, Head of Organization
  3. 3. Why GNOME.Asia * Companies need more developers * Consumers need better, faster and energy- saving software * Emerging countries like Vietnam should be independent from global monopolies
  4. 4. Goals * To attract more young people to become developers, designers and translators * To support the Open Source community in Vietnam * To support software and hardware education projects
  5. 5. Introducing Projects Software for more energy efficient and faster computing
  6. 6. LXDE Start up Times Tests on eeepc 900   Fred Chien, Andrew Lee (Taiwan) lxde.org
  7. 7. One Laptop per Child and Freifunk
  8. 8. Freifunk.net – Local Mesh Network  in Berlin with 700 nodes since 2003 Google Summer of Code Project 2009
  9. 9. Extending routers to become miniservers for schools, business and home networks Freedom Box is a energy saving miniserver that   can be many devices with Freifunk plugin Open Source Software • Local search box • OpenVPN box • Content box • Security box • Krypto box • Phone box
  10. 10. Lighter and Faster Computing with 128 MB RAM and 500 Mhz CPU Tobias Gruetzmacher (Germany) Thin Clients Power Requirement & Management: +5V @2A (10 Watts), w/ ACPI function Support Weight: 505g Dimensions: 115 x 115 x 35 mm
  11. 11. Keynotes and Presentations
  12. 12. Workshops and How tos
  13. 13. Installation Fest for new software
  14. 14. Event with developers from all over the world
  15. 15. Free short course and certificate for students
  16. 16. Meeting Spaces for Participants
  17. 17. Companies & Projects Booths
  18. 18. Quang Trung Software City Plans for the future: More events for  developers and companies to foster economic  exchange
  19. 19. Website: www.gnome.asia Please Register. Thank You.   November 20­22, 2009 Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon), Vietnam  
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