Yesterday, in defiance of the weather reports, the day was sunny and reasonably warm and set the stage for a very productive day 2 here at Tokamak in the Netherlands. We held four design sessions in the morning: 2 on libplasma2 (specifically the dual topics of isolating QGraphicsView from the core code and using Qt Components), one on plasma-desktop defaults (a button to show the activities, an auto-hiding pager when virtual desktops drop to one, some default launchers that track the default file manager and web browser, and much more) and one on a new first-boot screen designed with OEM style installs in mind.
Several dozen individual tasks were placed on our large kanban window before we were done and then we spent the afternoon working on implementations. Today we have a nice neat pile of sticky notes in a variety of colors in the "Done" column, and a few more in the In Progress from the night before.
Today, after everyone's finished with breakfast and we have a short status update, we will take on another set of topics into the design meetings and start the process of creating and migrating tasks anew. I expect the topics to include the tablet shell design, another libplasma2 topic and KActivityManager (which just moved into kdelibs/experimental!) and SLC.
Unfortunately the weather is not nearly as nice today for us: it is already heavily cloudy and there is a slight chill in the air. We also won't have the grace of Adriaan's pancake cooking mastery to fill our bellies this evening, so we'll have to improvise something new.