GNUstep is a cross-platform, object-oriented framework
for desktop application development.
Based on the OpenStep specification originally created by NeXT (now Apple), GNUstep enables developers to rapidly build sophisticated software by employing a large library of reusable software components.
GNUstep is used in production environments at several organizations.
The mission is to create, as a community, the leading open source groupware server to integrate with the leading open source office suite products and all the leading groupware clients running across all major platforms, and to provide access to all functionality and data through open XML-based interfaces and APIs.
The devroom presentations will allow to learn from and discuss with core developers about latest achievements and future directions.
|Sat 14:15-15:00||GNUstep-make||Nicola Pero|
|Sat 15:00-16:00||Project Manager IDE||Sašo Kiselkov|
|Sat 16:00-18:00||3rd Party Solutions within GNUstep||Oliver Langer|
|Sun 10:00-11:00||FortyTwo Semistructured DB||Oliver Langer|
|Sun 11:00-12:00||GNUstep for Embedded Devices||Nikolaus Schaller|
|Sun 13:00-14:00||Open Groupware: OGo/JOPE/SOPE||Marcus Müller, Helge Hess|
|Sun 14:00-15:00||Étoilé: a Desktop Environment||Quentin Mathé, Nicolas Roard|
|Sun 15:00-16:00||GNUstep Database Library 2||Matt Rice|