just met Janina Sajka of the American Association of the Blind and the person responsible for keeping the Free Standards Group accessability work group on track and progressing. she does a marvelous job of that and is a real inspiration to work with. fortunately for accessability in KDE, she's a big supporter of Free Software and is now working with Trolltech and the Schmidt brothers on accessability for Qt and KDE within the FSG work group. beautiful.
speaking of Trolltech, Eric Eng's keynote today was enjoyable. lots of interesting information regarding the use of Qt (1,500 ISVs are using Qt for Linux-targetting closed source apps!) and how Trolltech perceives the Open Source world and in particular KDE (hint: it's overwhelmingly positive).
time to go rustle up some lunch. or work through my 661 emails. or both. bah.
which reminds me: software patents are bad. and i have to contact Lawrence Lessig about writing us up a position piece.