2010 XDS Toulouse

Written by Michael Larabel in Events on 20 September 2010. Page 2 of 2. 5 Comments

More X.Org developers.

At the "Intel table" was Kristian Høgsberg, Jesse Barnes, Jakob Bornecrantz (VMware / Tungsten Graphics), Jerome Glisse (Red Hat), and Keith Packard.

At our table was Jamey Sharp, Egbert Eich (Novell / RadeonHD), myself, Luc Verhaegen (formerly a Novell RadeonHD developer, now a contractor serving Nokia), Tapani Paelli (Nokia), Matthias Hopf (Novell / RadeonHD), and Tiago Vignatti (Nokia).

Peter Hutterer of Red Hat who is the mastermind behind Multi-Pointer X, X Input 2, and other input work is the one facing away from the camera in the Sydney shirt.

Yes, even Lederhosens were to be found at XDS Toulouse. Now it's time though to drink some Augustiner and meet up with a variety of Phoronix readers at Oktoberfest. There are also some other X.Org Developers' Summit notes to be published along with the recordings, when time allows.

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