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Enlightenment Developer Day 2014 registration and call for papers is Live!!!

Just before LinuxCon Europe in Düsseldorf, Germany this year, Enlightenment Developer Day 2014 is scheduled. Places are limited for the event, so please make sure that you register early. Enlightenment and EFL have an important place in Tizen that will become more apparent over the next couple of months.
The registration fee is $40 which will help fund a dinner and drinks for the evening event. For further information about the venue and the hotel please visit the Linuxcon Europe site. You do not have to be a LinuxCon attendee in order to attend the Enlightenment Developer Day.


Please register early following this link


If you wish to give a presentation, please put a quick summary of your proposal here (just a header and a name). 40 min

Name Topic
@tasn and @q66 Review of Eolian, Eo, Bindings, Interfaces and What’s to Come
@zmike Creating advanced Edje layouts and working with new compositor features
@raster Keynote Opening – Enlightenment and EFL – where it is and where it is going
@felipealmeida C++ and JavaScript bindings for EFL and Elementary


Lightning talk (about 20min with questions):


Name Topic
@stefan_schmidt Releases Status Report
@stefan_schmidt QA Statistics
@devilhorns EFL/Enlightenment Wayland Status Report & Demo
@yakov-g EFL Gui Builder Status Report & Demo
@jpeg (if available) Text filters for evas, demos and future plans
@jpeg (if available) ETC1/2 texture compression for OpenGL
@billiob Something about Terminology
@reutskiy.v.v (if available) EFL Edje Theme Editor status report and Demo
@Oleksander (if available) EFL Evas 3D extension demonstration of main features – collision detection(collaboration with Ephysics), frustum culling, etc.
@stanluk (if available) Current status of AT-SPI support in Elementary

Other potential topics could include: Wayland, Systemd, Merge Tizen requirement into Linux upstream stack, 2D games etc.

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