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Programme


The extended program will be available very soon; here you can download the last draft with descriptions of each talk.

Have a look at who will attend this year's LGM, or let us know you will be attending this year's LGM.

THURSDAY 27/05

MORNING SESSION

9:00

Welcome to LGM 2010

Louis Desjardin & Femke Snelting

9:30

Extending Python for Speed

Martin Renold

http://mypaint.info

10:00

A first outline for a UI for a fully GEGLed GIMP

Peter Sikking

http://mmiworks.net/blog

10:30

The Nathive image editor, its plugin system and some Python-based implemented technologies

Marcos Diaz

http://nathive.org

11:00

Writing GIMP scripts and plug-ins

Akkana Peck

http://shallowsky.com http://gimpbook.com

11:30-14:30

WORKMEETINGS, BOF, LUNCH, WORKSHOPS

AFTERNOON SESSION

14:30-16:00

Short talks

Collaborative intellectual property

Jose David Cuartas Correa

http://sologicolibre.org/en

PureDyne

Aymeric Mansoux

http://puredyne.goto10.org https://launchpad.net/puredyne

UpStage - an open source web-based platform for cyberformance

Helen Varley Jamieson

http://www.upstage.org.nz http://www.creative-catalyst.com

Open Source project to enable fashion design using open data formats

Susan L. Spencer

The Rural Design Collective Summer Mentoring Program

Rebecca Hargrave Malamud

http://ruraldesigncollective.org

How people use open source graphics in China and a book about the LGM

Wang Lingzheng

http://blog.artintern.net/blogs/index/wanglingzheng

16:00-16:30

BREAK

16:30

Baroque Dreams: Live Multimedia Performance, Interpretive Culture, and Open Source Software

Barry Threw

http://www.barrythrew.com

1:00

Using and teaching free software, being a final user and not dying in the attempt

Lila Pagola

http://www.nomade.org.ar/sitio

1:30

Designing with Free tools in an Open Community: experiences from the Fedora Design Team

Nicu Buculei, Martin Sourada

http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Artwork

18:00

How to get contributors to your Free/Libre/Open Source project from Vietnam and Asia

Hong Phuc Dang

http://foss.vn, http://2009.gnome.asia

18:30

How to Run an Art School on Free and Open Source Software

Florian Cramer, Aymeric Mansoux, Michael Murtaugh

http://pzwart.wdka.nl/networked-media/

19:00

END

FRIDAY 28/05

MORNING SESSION

9:00

Diffusion Curves in Inkscape vector drawings

Jasper van de Gronde

http://wiki.inkscape.org/wiki/Diffusion_Curves

9:30

GNU LibreDWG - a free software library to handle DWG files from AutoCAD

Felipe Corrêa da Silva Sanches

http://gnu.org/software/libredwg

10:00

Device Colour Management

Kai-Uwe Behrmann

http://www.oyranos.org

10:30

Color Management and other new developments in Ghostscript

Hin-Tak Leung

http://www.artifex.com http://www.ghostscript.com

11:00

Best practises for designing/releasing/maintaining/packaging open fonts

Nicolas Spalinger

http://planet.open-fonts.org http://scripts.sil.org/OFL http://pkg-fonts.alioth.debian.org https://launchpad.net/~fonts

11:30-14:30

BOFs, WORKSHOPS, MEETINGS, LUNCH

AFTERNOON SESSION

14:30-16:00

Short talks

Styling TeX documents with Batch Commander

Ricardo Lafuente

Another year of Open Source Publishing

OSP

http://ospublish.constantvzw.org

Font design and features for African languages

Denis Moyogo Jacquerye

http://www.africanlocalisation.net/en/fonts

Google's Font Initiative

Dave Crossland

Content centric architecture and distributed versioning

Eric Schrijver

Phatch

Stani Michels

http://photobatch.stani.be

16:00-16:30

BREAK

16:30

Elements of Typographic Freedom: Open Sources of Extraordinary Design

Christopher Adams

http://techne.raysend.com

1:00

Designing a Better Tomorrow: How design is informed by metaphors, images and associations of social progress

Mirko Tobias Schaefer

http://www.mtschaefer.net

1:30

Cantarell: Designing Typefaces Using Only Free Software

Dave Crossland

http://abattis.org/cantarell

18:00

sK1 Project: Past, Present and Future

Igor Novikov

http://sk1project.org

18:30

Laidout and Desktop Publishing

Tom Lechner

http://www.laidout.org

19:00-22:00

LGM DINNER

SATURDAY 29/05

10:00

Writing brush engines for fun and profit!

Lukáš Tvrdý

http://lukast.mediablog.sk/log

10:30

Icon Workflows with Inkscape

Jakub Steiner

http://jimmac.musichall.cz

11:00

Generative Node-based Design With NodeBox 2

Frederik De Bleser, Tom De Smedt, Lucas Nijs

http://beta.nodebox.net

11:30

Scribus

Peter Linnel

http://www.scribus.net

12:00

Blender Foundation, past and future

Ton Roosendaal

http://www.blender.org

12:30-15:30

BOFs, WORKSHOPS, MEETINGS, LUNCH

SATURDAY AFTERNOON

15:30-1:00

Short talks

How I made a free New Zealand coffee-table book using lots of Free Software

Marcus Holland-Moritz

http://nzbook.mhxnet.de

Coding pictures with Shoebot

Ricardo Lafuente

http://tinkerhouse.net

The New Folk Tradition: Aesthetic and Community Resonance between Open Source Graphics and Fiber Arts

Pete Ippel

http://peteippel.com

Multi-touch support in Ubuntu

Steve Conklin

Digital photography workflow on Linux with darktable

Alexandre Prokoudine

http://prokoudine.info

Plana

Ana Carvalho

1:00-1:30

BREAK

1:30

Mozilla Open Web Graphics

Paul Rouget

http://blog.mozbox.org

18:00

The Open Colour Standard: Physical colour for F/LOSS

ginger coons

http://opencolour.org

18:30

Inkscape for everybody

Andy Fitsimon

http://andy.brisgeek.com

19:00-20:30

BREAK

20:30

Durian Open Movie sneak peeks

Blender team

http://durian.blender.org

22:00

END

SUNDAY 30/05

MORNING SESSION

10:00

Graphic Design and the Wide Open Space

Eric Schrijver

http://ericschrijver.nl

10:30

Viaduct - connecting apps and resources in a user friendly way

Jon A. Cruz

http://create.freedesktop.org/wiki/Viaduct

11:00

Joining Spirits with Aiki Framework: The New Web Engine for Open Clip Art Library

Bassel Safadi, Jon Phillips

http://aikiframework.org, http://openclipart.org

11:30-12:30

Open Source Graphics and Web Services: A panel discussion

Nathan Willis

12:30-13:30

LUNCH

13:30

CLOSING

Discussion

Apart from the main lecture hall, there will be several smaller and larger meeting rooms available (all with wireless Internet and some with projectors). If you have any special needs, please contact the local organisers.

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Last edited on 05/19/2010 09:36:06