As Tom announced a few days ago, the Akonadi team is looking for a logo and an icon for the little system tray application. So far we have three submissions, but us kdepim hackers at KDAB thought we'd give folks an extra incentive by donating a Canon Powershot digital camera, new and unused, to be given to the creator of the work we will chose in the end.
Since the Akonadi related applications for GSoC so far have been mostly about interfacing with external PIM data storage systems, e.g. Google's web based apps, I'd like to a bit of advertising for two other things we'd really like to have somebody working on.
Additionally to the migration path for PIM applications there are similar options for the actual data access facilities, i.e. the addressbook and calendar plugins traditionally used to access PIM data in local files, groupware servers and so on.
Last weekend I was invited to the KDE-PIM meeting in Osnabrück to represent Nepomuk. First of all I have to say: thanks a lot for inviting me, guys. The meeting was a lot of fun (although staying awake got harder during the course of the three days you crazy work-maniacs!) and it was great to see known faces again and meet new nice people. As they have during the last years Intevation hosted the event and I want to give a quick thanks to them, too.