各位应该已经知道，FUDCon APAC 2015 将于印度的 Pune 举办，已经开始征集演讲 (CFP)。
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Subject: FUDCon APAC 2015 - Call for Papers
Date: Mon, 09 Feb 2015 18:45:59 +0530
From: Pravin Satpute <pravins(a)fedoraproject.org>
FUDCon - The Fedora Users & Developers Conference is back and this
time to be held in Pune – one of the premiere IT & Software hubs of
India!. FUDCon is a major free and open source software event held in
various regions around the world, with the aim of bringing Fedora
community members together to engage in various innovative
ideas/activities and showcase the new technologies developed.
FUDCon APAC 2015 is organized in association with the Maharashtra
Institute of Technology College of Engineering (MIT COE) , one of the
premiere engineering colleges in Pune, at their Campus.
Keeping in line with the aim of increasing participation to Fedora
and engaging with various OpenSource communities, we hereby invite you
to submit proposals of interest for Talks, Workshops and Hackfests.
Please submit the proposals through below link  on or before 9th
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From: Jiri Eischmann <eischmann(a)redhat.com>
Date: 2015-04-25 0:55 GMT+08:00
Subject: Instant Messaging in Fedora Workstation
Empathy, which is our default IM client, has been dead upstream for some
time, so I'd like to start a discussion about what instant messaging
experience should look like in Fedora Workstation.
I've already written two blog posts about it. The goal of the first one
was to describe the situation and collect input from users:
The second one already works with user feedback from two surveys:
It pretty much comes down to a question if we want to build a well
integrated multi-protocol client (continuing with Empathy/Pidgin, or
starting GNOME Chat) or if we should give it up and embrace all those
popular, unfortunately mostly closed services (Skype, Messenger,
Hangouts, Telegram...) and make them as integrated in the desktop as
possible. The latter would probably clash a bit with one of our 4
foundation - freedom.
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