Today, however, I'm in Paris attending the Netbook World Summit. I'll be taking part in a panel presentation this afternoon, but the most important thing for KDE here is the human networking opportunities. I've been joined by Frank Karlitschek to represent KDE here, and it's great to have an extra pair of hands, ears and eyes so we can get the most out of this event.
Frank and I also had a very good set of discussions yesterday over dinner and drinks about challenges and opportunities KDE and KDE e.V. are faced with, ranging from the git migration to distribution relationship issues.
This morning I was pleasantly surprised to see the KDE logo on the partner's banners here at the event and breakfast with the Mandriva people was very productive. I also met with some eBook people and talked about the current and future state of eBook readers, files and services and how we could take advantage of these things in KDE and in particular Okular. So we're off to a great start here already and I have great hope for what we can achieve before tomorrow when I turn around and go back home.