APR
25
2012

ODF plugfest and ODF TC membership

So Thursday and Friday last week I was in Brussels for an ODF plugfest representing KO GmbH and the Calligra project. The plugfest is some kind of a mix between interacting with other ODF implementors (like Microsoft, IBM, LibreOffice etc), and a publicity event to engage the government and industry in the country where the plugfest is held.

APR
7
2012

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APR
7
2012

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APR
5
2012

Looking for Google Summer of Code students: OpenGL mode for Marble

Google Summer of Code application deadline is just a bit more than 24 hours away and we are still looking for highly motivated students to work on a Marble Virtual Globe project this summer. Tomorrow is a holiday in many countries, so you might still have some time for the application. Make sure you file your application not later than tomorrow at 19:00 UTC.

APR
3
2012

Looking for Google Summer of Code students: Natural Earth Vector Map

Google Summer of Code application deadline is near and we are still looking for highly motivated students to work on a Marble Virtual Globe project this summer.

This is a follow-up of yesterday's blog about OpenStreetMap vector rendering with tiling support.

APR
2
2012

The Marble Team is a class act

One of the nice things about using open source is that you meet and work with incredibly talented people from all over the world. People who are good, not just at developing software, but also at building community and making you feel welcome working with them.

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APR
2
2012

Looking for Google Summer of Code students: OpenStreetMap vector rendering with tiling support

Google Summer of Code application deadline is near and we are still looking for highly motivated students to work on a Marble Virtual Globe project this summer.

One of our favorite topics is "OpenStreetMap vector rendering with tiling support". And in this blog I'd like to describe our current ideas about this interesting subject a bit more in detail:

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