The text says it all, almost: the first talk slides are now linked at akademy.kde.org: just go to the page of your favourite talk, and check if their is a new link at the bottom which links to the slides. So far I saw (the links go to the pages with the talk descriptions and the slide links at the end):
- Phonons in Solids – Internals and Usage Explained
- Akonadi – The KDE 4.0 PIM Framework
- QtDBus and interoperability
- Portland, Cross Desktop Integration Made Easy
- How to Make Your Program Popular
- An Introduction to CMake, CTest and Dart
- The Design and Implementation KJSEmbed
- Network Status Support in KDE and How To Use It
- Accomplishments And Challenges Of The KDevelop Team
I will try tokeepthis list up2date thenext days, so don’t be surprised if you see the 2nd or 3rd update of this articlecoming up. Btw., no sign of the videos for now.
So, here is the first update to that list.
- Accessibility of KDE 4.x applications
- The Linux Standard Base
- KDE Cross Cultural – Experiences From The KDE Localization Process In Cambodia
- Organization of KDE Events
- KDE Support – a challenging way to contribute
- Performance techniques
- Valgrinding complete KDE sessions
- iQyoto/Kimono C# bindings
- Debian KDE Extras Team Presentation
Looks like the most talks now have slides. I’m not sure if I will update this article again or just write a short note when all talks got their slides.