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FOSDEM Smartphone applications
In an effort to make FOSDEM even more paperless, there are now Smartphone applications with the FOSDEM schedule. The features of the application depend on the platform, but they have a few features that make it nicer to use than the paper booklet, such as being able to download the latest schedule, read the descriptions of all the talks or view a map for each event. And best of all, it's not paper!The schedule is available for hacking in ical and xcal format.
The source code, written by Adam Ziolkowski and Leon Handreke, is available on GitHub under the Beerware License. You can download it from the AppStore for free!
Download over here on the AppStore.
The application, developed by the company Ixonos Oyj, with Alexander Bezprozvanny (Advisor), Alexey Vyskubov (PM), Berendova Monika (Dev), Hanzes Matus (Dev), Komara Martin (Dev), Korinek Pavol (Dev), Pavelka Pavol (Dev), Timko Marek (Dev), Uzak Matus (Dev), Fortes Francisco(Dev). The source is available on SourceForge under the GPL License.
Download over here on SourceForge.
The source code, written by Michaël Uyttersprot, Pieter Iserbyt and Christophe Vandeplas, is available on SourceForge under the GPL License.
Download over here on the Android Market.
The source code, written by Raphael Kallensee, is available in his blog under the GPL License.
Download over here on the Palm website.
Sat, 01/16/2010 - 23:06