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Revision as of 10:01, 16 September 2008

Join the first Maemo Summit

Berlin, September 19-20 @ c-base - right after the OSiM World

Free registration - Who is attending

In Maemo Summit 2008 you will learn more about Nokia's Linux platform and its evolution. Meet the core team, 3rd party professional developers and key community contributors. Showcase and discuss your work. Learn, share, hack. And have fun!

The Open Source in Mobile World conference is an interesting venue to know more about the business and technical context of the Maemo platform. Nokia is active in this event and invites the Maemo community to join it. After the conference we propose the first Maemo Summit calling to all contributors.



The program is still open. You can propose improvements in the discussion page.

The sessions and names are confirmed but the day/time they are scheduled might still change.

Friday 19

9:00 Opening doors
9:30 Welcome!, by Ari Jaaksi (VP - Maemo Software @ Nokia)
10:00 The outside view, by Jay Sullivan (Mozilla Corp.)
10:30 Hildon UI Vision, by Harri Kiljander (Director, User Experience - Maemo Software @ Nokia)
11:00 What Maemo users want, by Reggie Suplido (Internet Tablet Talk)
11:30 Summary: What can we get out of Fremantle, by Peter Schneider (Head of Product Marketing, Maemo Software @ Nokia)
12:00 Break.

Lightning sessions, 5 min each. No more, no less.

  1. Maemo in police cars: presentation of an embedded project based on N800's Sebastian Mancke
  2. Developing Multilingual Multimodal Applications in Maemo. A Mobile Medical Speech Translator & A Mobile Meeting Calendar by Nikos Tsourakis
  3. An activist’s wish list: A location aware software suite to use in reporting, and forensic investigation of, human rights violations by Tony Percy
  4. liqbase, by Gary Birkett (lcuk)
  5. Sneak preview by Yannick Pellet (Nokia)
  6. Reality or Vision? - The Nokia tablets for mobile and desktop use. LiveDemo/Presentation with USB2VGA Adapter, bluetooth anyremote control by Uwe Koch. (asys3).
  7. Screencasting: x11vnc and pyvnc2swf bring visual documentation to users by Eric Warnke
  8. Maemo User Interface Issues Overview, by Tim Samoff.
  9. ESBox and Pluthon Eclipse plugins: how to use Eclipse to develop Maemo applications, by Andrea Grandi.
  10. Elisator project and how Easy library has helped and how could be improved. Elisator has been developed for cow's milk analisys in poor Africa regions and it has been funded by FAO. (by jsmanrique)
  11. Teaser: maemo development using Illumination by Tim Teulings.
  12. QEdje, by Eduardo Lima (Etrunko).
  13. Maemo Bug Jar: Origins, Results, and Future Plans, by Stephen Gadsby (sjgadsby).
  14. STIX: Maemo Open Source test framework for Unit/Integration testing by Antti Heimola (Nokia)
  15. Debian in a chroot on the tablet, demo by Alan Bruce (qole).
14:00 Lunch!
15:00 Meet the Maemo SW developers (a representation of the main platform and OSS teams developing Maemo @ Nokia + special guests)
Desktop by Rodrigo Novo (Nokia) and Matthew Allum (OpenedHand) Connectivity by Kalle Valo and Patrik Flykt Development Platform by Soumya Bijjal, Juha Kallioinen (tbc), Marcell Lengyel, Quim Gil
16:00 Browser by Andrey Petrov, timeless Real-Time Communication by Naba Kumar (tbc), Mikhail Zabaluev (tbc) Technology & Architecture by Juha Tukkinen, Mika Leppinen
17:00 Core System by Kai Svahn (tbc), Eero Tamminen, Igor Stoppa, Sakari Poussa Multimedia by Stefan Kost, Luc Pionchon Desktop Search Hackfest link, by Urho Konttori, Iván Frade + Jamie McCracken (Tracker)
18:00 c-base reconstruction project³ - be future compatible- reboot universe now
  • learn more about the crashed spacestation c-base
18:30 Chill out.
  • Dinner, music, drinks tbd.
  • Dress code recommended: t-shirt with the logo of your choice. DISCLAIMER: can't be the winner logo. ;)
Now that the new logo has been chosen, what exactly does this mean? --timsamoff 12:24, 5 August 2008 (UTC)
Wear a t-shirt with a logo that you like from the competition. The official one isn't allowed ;) --xfade 14:47, 5 August 2008 (UTC)
what if you liked the official one? --Dave Neary 22:14, 6 August 2008 (UTC)

Saturday 20

Coordinated by Eric Warnke

9:00 Opening doors and wlan.
9:30 Open Source in Maemo: why and how, by Quim Gil (marketing manager, open source - Maemo Software @ Nokia)
10:00 Introducing the Maemo Community Council, by the members.
10:30 "We are not the Users": The hate and love behind the custom User experiences on Maemo. Marcelo eduardo
11:00 BoF: Future of extras, by Niels (and Ed?)
11:30 Lightning sessions, 5 min each. No more, no less.
  1. mCalendar and mContact: advanced syncing with google services Benoît HERVIER
  2. Cloud storage: Improve you app by syncing with internet services like Google Docs or Picasaweb by Eric Warnke
  3. Tablet-encode: Converting videos on Linux using tablet-encode, by Andrew Flegg (Jaffa)
  4. py2deb: packaging your app onboard using py2deb and extras autobuilder Benoît HERVIER
  5. WorldTV99: Watching TV on your tablet by bunanson and koos
  6. Podcasts on NITs: gPodder and Panucci by (Thomas Perl)
  7. KDE on maemo: by Marijn Kruisselbrink
12:05 Break
TRACKS Community/Discussion Development Core Platform
12:30 Community story – Productivity suite in Nokia IT, by Miika Kuha Packaging and publishing software Clutter, by Matthew Allum (OpenedHand)
13:00 Mamona & Maemo: 2 way contribution (How to learn and grow up together), by Mamona developers from INdT. Porting Applications and exploiting the maemo platform lead by Aniello Del Sorbo extras Package Cleanup Sprint
13:30 Maemo User Interface Issues, by Tim Samoff. Using mud-builder to build packages, by Jaffa. Maemo in QEMU N8x0 emulation: by Marcin 'hrw' Juszkiewicz
14:00 Lunch!
15:00 Workshop: Maemo hacking introduction: coordinated by Kate Alhola Embedded Webapps Using webpy framework for on tablet web services by user:fpp website redesign meeting: A meeting to specify the design requirements for restyling the website (reference: Homepage Refresh & Facelift). by Niels Breet
15:30 Introduction To Telepathy: Components and use on the maemo platform. by Marco Barisione from Collabora Introduction to DSP programming by Simon Pickering
16:00 Building a Business on Maemo: by Doug Petkanics from Frogmetrics Qt Maemo-Hildon Port & How to Develop Qt Application for the Maemo Platform, by Kate Alhola & Antonio Aloisio. BoF: Building a vector data extension to maemo Mapper Soliciting feedback and developers for the project. by user:gnuite
16:30 Bugsquad meeting Anybody interested in helping managing the Maemo bugs is welcome! Hosted by Andre Klapper and Karsten Bräckelmann Introduction to Google's python based Data API's by Eric Warnke Introduction to WebKit Come see WebKit's internals, 2 of its ports (Gtk and Qt). by Pierre-Luc Beaudoin from Collabora
17:00 Maemo 2010: Brainstorming session discussing current status / future desires for the Maemo platform. Where do we want to go in the next 24 months? What can we learn and share from other mobile platforms? Bring the whole community together to get input.
18:00 End.


The Maemo Summit is held in the headquarter of c-base and the contiguous eti Schauspielschule Berlin.

c-base is a non-profit association which has about 300 members. The purpose of this association is to increase knowledge and know-how regarding computer software, hardware and data networks (more). eti Berlin is a school of actors based in a building with several rooms and a total surface available of 1.200m2. The perfect mix, full of creativity!

See the videos.

c-base is in the very Mitte of Berlin. Map



It's the first Maemo Summit and it is good to know in advance who plans to attend, to fine tune practicalities and have enough space, connection, drinks, food.

Yes, the entrance is free. Registration is still requested for planning purposes.


See when people are arriving in and leaving Berlin.

Apparently there are options as affordable as 20€ including taxes from Stansted! Share your travel tips from different locations.


See Maemo Summit 2008/Accommodation.

Sponsoring community contributors

See Maemo Summit 2008/Sponsorship.

Maemo in the OSiM program

See Maemo in OSiM World 2008.


See Maemo_Summit_2008/Organization. Volunteers needed!


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