Another day of Tokamak, another day of endless work, great fun and massive amounts of progress. While a few more leave us today, we had another of the KDE artists join us and we continue to rock the OpenSuse meeting room spaces.
The presentations last night (which were recorded) went very well with a dozen or so locals showing up to join us for the fun. The recordings will be uploaded at some point (I'll provide links when they are) and OpenSuse provided post-presentation beer, soft drinks and water. As fun as that part was, it was really cool to have a line up of a laptop, a netbook, a tablet and a smart phone all running Plasma workspaces during the presentations.
Plasma stuff was also running on both a Linux and a Windows7 computer. They are now in the coffee area outside the main Tokamak room. Each one sports a 28 inch touch screen panels with the computer bits built right into them. Pretty fun kit to use and shows both the promise and limitations of touch screens for desktops.
I also had a meeting with some of the folks who are working on Suse Studio and the Suse build service and had a fun idea that will be turned into a project. I'll blog more about it at week's end as there is some set-up to do for it, but I think it could be really quite cool. More about that later, though ...