GNOME Users And Developers European Conference

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Desktop Summit is the convergence of GUADEC and Akademy.
Photography from GUADEC in 2012

The GUADEC, the GNOME Users And Developers European Conference, is an annual conference taking place in Europe, whose prime topic is the development of the GNOME desktop environment and its underlying base software, such as GTK+, GStreamer, etc.

The first GUADEC was organised by Mathieu Lacage as a one-off event and attracted around seventy GNOME contributors.[1] It was the first time many of them had met in person. The conference was judged a success, and has been held annually in different locations since then, organised by local volunteers. The size has increased fivefold since the first conference.

Conference history[edit]

Event Date Host city Venue Notes Resources
2000 Paris, France
2001 Copenhagen, Denmark
2002 Seville, Spain
2003 16.–.18.06. Dublin, Ireland Trinity College
2004 28.–30.06. Kristiansand, Norway University of Agder
2005 29.–31.05. Stuttgart, Germany Haus der Wirtschaft
2006 24.–30.06. Vilanova i la Geltrú, Spain
2007 15.–21.07. Birmingham, United Kingdom Birmingham Conservatoire
2008 07.–12.07. Istanbul, Turkey Bahçeşehir University
2009 03.–11.07. Gran Canaria, Spain Auditorio Alfredo Kraus Desktopsummit-logo.svg "Gran Canaria Desktop Summit",
co-located with KDE Akademy
2010 24.–30.07. The Hague, Netherlands Haagse Hogeschool
2011 6.–12.08. Berlin, Germany Humboldt University of Berlin Desktopsummit-logo.svg "Desktop Summit" No2,
co-located with KDE Akademy
2012 26.07.–01.08. A Coruña, Spain University of A Coruña
2013 01.–08.08. Brno, Czech Republic Brno University of Technology
2014 26.07.–01.08. Strasbourg, France University of Strasbourg
2015 07.08.-12.08. Gothenburg, Sweden Folkets Hus and IT University Gothenburg

See also[edit]


  1. ^ de Icaza, Miguel. "The Story of the GNOME project". Retrieved 11 July 2013. 

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