This year's GNOME.Asia is special, because of GNOME 3.0's release (which is postponed #April1) and the 5-day hackest. Today is the last day of the GNOME 3.0 Hackfest and the 3nd at Dayananda Sagar Institutions. The first two days were at Intel's office. Thank you for accommodating us, Intel and DSI!
I'd like to thank the GNOME hackers for joining us in Bangalore for this event. That's Allan Day, Andre Klapper, Andreas Nilsson, Chandni Verma,Frederic Peters, Josselin Mouette, Vincent Untz, and Committee peeps. Having a good time with you guys!
We did student training yesterday and today at DSI, for 3rd and 4th year college students from different universities. People were very inquisitive. I like how it went, so thanks to everyone who made this possible. I enjoyed spreading the word about UX and GNOME.
Kudos to the GNOME.Asia Team! It was just like yesterday when we were discussing this in Taipei. The output is great so far.
I'm probably forgetting some names right now, but this one, I shouldn't forget. Thanks to the GNOME Foundation for shipping me from Philippines to India.
See you tomorrow at the first of two days of the Summit!