Akademy

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Desktop Summit is the convergence of Academy with GUADEC.

Akademy (capitalized as aKademy before 2009) is an annual contributors and users conference of the KDE community. Akademy is held at varying venues in Europe.

While Akademy usually takes place in late summer or early autumn and is always held in Europe, Camp KDE, another contributor's conference of the KDE community, is held on the American continent.

Format[edit]

Akademy 2008 logo

The numbers below are the participation at the Akademy 2008.[1]

  • Two-day KDE conference, 350 people.
  • One-day KDE e.V. meeting, 100 people.
  • Five-day hacking session, 350 people at the start, 250 people at the end.
  • Social program like a reception, party and optionally a sight-seeing tour.

Conference history[edit]

Codenamed Year Venue Date
KDE One 1997 Arnsberg, Germany 8/28–9/01
KDE Two 1999 Erlangen, Germany 10/07–10/10
KDE Three Beta 2000 Trysil, Norway 7/09–7/19
KDE Three[2] 2002 Nürnberg, Germany 2/25–3/04
Kastle 2003 Nové Hrady, Czech Republic 8/22–8/30
aKademy 2004 2004 Ludwigsburg, Germany 8/21–8/29
aKademy 2005 2005 Málaga, Spain 8/26–9/4
aKademy 2006 2006 Dublin, Ireland 9/23–9/30
aKademy 2007 2007 Glasgow, Scotland 6/30–7/7
aKademy 2008 2008 Sint-Katelijne-Waver, Belgium 8/9–8/15
"Gran Canaria Desktop Summit", co-located with GUADEC 2009 Gran Canaria, Spain, Auditorio Alfredo Kraus 7/3–7/11
Akademy 2010 2010 Tampere, Finland 7/3–7/10
Desktop Summit, combined with GUADEC 2011 Berlin, Germany, Humboldt University of Berlin 8/6–8/12
Akademy 2012 2012 Tallinn, Estonia 6/30–7/6
Akademy 2013 2013 Bilbao, Spain 7/13–7/19
Akademy 2014 2014 Brno, Czech Republic 9/6–9/12

Akademy Awards[edit]

The yearly Akademy conference gives Akademy Awards, are awards that the KDE community gives to KDE contributors. There are three awards, best application, best non-application and jury's award.

Year Jury Best Application Best Non-Application Jury's Award
2005[3] Aaron Seigo, Brad Hards, David Faure and Matthias Ettrich Albert Astals Cid and Enrico Ros for KPDF. Lauri Watts for the KDE documentation. Stephan Kulow and Oswald Buddenhagen for Subversion migration.
2006[4] Albert Astals Cid, Enrico Ros, Lauri Watts, Stephan Kulow and Oswald Buddenhagen Boudewijn Rempt for Krita. Alexander Neundorf for his work on CMake in KDE SC 4. Laurent Montel for KDE4 Commit Champion.
2007[5] Boudewijn Rempt, Alexander Neundorf and Laurent Montel Sebastian Trueg for K3b. Matthias Kretz for Phonon. Danny Allen for the KDE Commit-Digest.
2008[6] Sebastian Trueg, Matthias Kretz and Danny Allen Mark Kretschmann for Amarok. Nuno Pinheiro for Oxygen. Aaron Seigo for Plasma.
2009[7] Mark Kretschmann, Nuno Pinheiro, Aaron Seigo Peter Penz for Dolphin. Celeste Lyn Paul for her usability work. David Faure for greatest service to KDE.
2010[8] David Faure, Celeste Lyn Paul, Peter Penz Aurélien Gâteau for Gwenview. Anne Wilson for her community work. Burkhard Lück for improving the state of KDE documentation.
2011[9] Aurélien Gâteau, Anne Wilson, Burkhard Lück Martin Gräßlin for KWin. Dario Andres for bug triaging team. Tom Albers for building up a sysadmin team.
2012[10] Martin Gräßlin, Dario Andres, Tom Albers Camilla Boeman for Calligra Words. Lydia Pintscher for Google Summer of Code and Season of KDE Kévin Ottens for his work on KDE Frameworks 5 and Nicolás Alvarez for his work on the conversion of KDE projects to git
2013[11] Lydia Pintscher, Kévin Ottens, Nicolás Alvarez and Camilla Boeman Eike Hein for his work on Konversation Vishesh Handa for taking over the Nepomuk maintainer hat and rocking at stabilizing the beast Timothée Giet for shaping the future and community of Krita

Kenny Duffus for being the memory and soul of Akademy

KDE One[edit]

KDE One is the first KDE community meeting with 15 participants, and budget is 14000 DEM (7158 EUR). The results of discussions are: KParts for embedding applications into each other, definition of a filesystem standard, all applications should be internationalized, need a list of keybindings that are obligatory for all applications, and need more and better documentation. The social event is a walk though the historical town of Arnsberg. The sponsors helped with money donations consists of S.u.S.E. GmbH, Caldera Inc., LST Software GmbH, O'Reilly Verlag, JF Lehmanns Buchhandlung, Delix Computer GmbH, Dorint Hotel Arnsberg-Neheim, and Wirtschaftsförderung Arnsberg GmbH.[12]

KDE Two[edit]

KDE Two is the second KDE community meeting with 40 participants, organized by SuSE and Caldera. KDE e.V. meeting elect the new board consists of Kurt Granroth (president), Chris Schläger (vice president), Mirko Sucker (treasurer), and Preston Brown (board member).[13]

Kastle[edit]

The KDE Contributor Conference (code-named Kastle) was held at the Zámek (Castle) in Nové Hrady, Czech Republic. The conference program consists of KDE e.V. membership meeting, technical Talks, brewery tour, and hacking festival.[14] The conference is run by KDE e.V., the Academic and University Center Nove Hrady and the Polytechnic University of Upper Austria in Hagenberg.[15][16]

aKademy 2004[edit]

The KDE Community World Summit 2004 (code-named aKademy) take place at the Filmakademie Ludwigsburg. The conference is jointly organized by KDE e.V., Wirtschaftsförderung Region Stuttgart (WRS), and Linux New Media AG.[17][18]

aKademy 2005[edit]

The aKademy 2005 logo

The KDE Developers and Users Conference 2005 (code-named aKademy) take place at the University of Málaga. KDE e.V. Meeting take place at 26 August. KDE User and Administrator Conference takes place at 27 to 28 August. KDE Developers and Contributors Conference takes place at 29 to 30 August. Coding Marathon for KDE Developers and Contributors takes place at 31 August to 4 September.[19][20]

aKademy 2006[edit]

The aKademy 2006 takes place in Trinity College, Dublin. The conference was focused on KDE SC 4, desktop standards and cross-project collaboration, and meeting the community.[21][22]

aKademy 2007[edit]

The aKademy 2007 takes place at the Graham Hills Building, University of Strathclyde.[23]

Akademy 2008[edit]

The Akademy 2008 takes place at Campus De Nayer, Lessius Hogeschool.[24]

Akademy 2010[edit]

The presentation about Wikimedia UX at Akademy 2010

The Akademy 2010 was held in the main building of the University of Tampere.[25]

Day Morning Afternoon Evening
7/2 Arriving, pre-registration, welcome drinks
7/3 conference party
7/4 conference
7/5 KDE e.V. General Assembly, Hands-on Qt for mobile
7/6 Workshops and BoFs
7/7 Workshops and BoFs
7/8 Workshops Day trip[26]
7/9 Workshops and BoFs

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Requirements for Akademy Location". KDE e.V. Retrieved 2010-11-13. 
  2. ^ "KDE Three". Retrieved 2011-02-24. 
  3. ^ Daniel Molkentin (2005-08-30). "First KDE Appreciation Awards Announced". KDE. KDE.NEWS. Retrieved 2011-01-07. 
  4. ^ Albert Astals Cid (2006-09-15). "aKademy Awards 2006". KDE. KDE.NEWS. Retrieved 2011-02-01. 
  5. ^ Jos Poortvliet (2007-07-04). "aKademy Awards 2007". KDE. KDE.NEWS. Retrieved 2011-02-01. 
  6. ^ Jos Poortvliet (2008-08-12). "Akademy 2008 - Day 2 and the Akademy Awards". KDE. KDE.NEWS. Retrieved 2011-02-01. 
  7. ^ Jonathan Riddell (2009-07-06). "Akademy Awards 2009". KDE. KDE.NEWS. Retrieved 2011-01-07. 
  8. ^ Stuart Jarvis (2010-07-05). "Akademy Day 2". KDE. KDE.NEWS. Retrieved 2011-02-01. 
  9. ^ Carl Symons (2011-08-09). "Toasters and Pants at Day Three of Desktop Summit 2011". KDE. KDE.NEWS. Retrieved 2011-08-11. 
  10. ^ Carl Symons (2012-07-05). "Akademy 2012 - Second Helpings". KDE. KDE.NEWS. Retrieved 2012-07-31. 
  11. ^ Carl Symons. "Akademy 2013 - Day Two". KDE. KDE.NEWS. 
  12. ^ "KDE One". Retrieved 2011-02-24. 
  13. ^ "KDE Two". Retrieved 2011-02-24. 
  14. ^ Daniel Molkentin (2003-07-20). "Kastle: Conference Program Released". KDE. KDE.NEWS. Retrieved 2011-05-15. 
  15. ^ Harri Porten (2003-05-23). "KDE Developers' Conference: Call for Papers". KDE. KDE.NEWS. Retrieved 2011-05-15. 
  16. ^ "Kastle". Retrieved 2010-11-08. 
  17. ^ aKademy Team (2004-04-07). "KDE Community World Summit 2004 "aKademy"". KDE. KDE.NEWS. Retrieved 2011-05-15. 
  18. ^ "KDE Community World Summit 2004". Archived from the original on 16 October 2010. Retrieved 2010-11-08. 
  19. ^ "KDE Developers and Users Conference 2005". Archived from the original on 7 November 2010. Retrieved 2010-11-08. 
  20. ^ Jonathan Riddell (2005-03-21). "aKademy 2005 Dates and Call for Papers". KDE. KDE.NEWS. Retrieved 2011-05-15. 
  21. ^ "KDE Developers and Contributors Gather in Dublin to Work on KDE 4 and Desktop Standards". Archived from the original on 8 June 2011. Retrieved 2011-05-15. 
  22. ^ "aKademy 2006". Archived from the original on 7 November 2010. Retrieved 2010-11-08. 
  23. ^ "aKademy 2007". Archived from the original on 7 November 2010. Retrieved 2010-11-08. 
  24. ^ "Akademy 2008". Archived from the original on 9 October 2010. Retrieved 2010-11-08. 
  25. ^ "Akademy 2010". Archived from the original on 26 September 2010. Retrieved 2010-11-08. 
  26. ^ "Akademy 2010 - Day Trip". Retrieved 2011-01-05. 

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