I'm happy to announce that the program committee has decided to accept his submission, as well as the BoF session I proposed to plan for Qt 5. If you're coming to the MeeGo Conference or if you'll be in the San Francisco area then, come join us for the first discussion on how to get a Qt 5 release in a year's time.
Another interesting session I plan on attending in San Francisco will be the one on using Wayland for the MeeGo Tablet, by Kristian Høgsberg and Liu Xinyun. These two are just a few examples of new sessions that the program committee has accepted as part of the "Late Breaking News", improving even more the program which was already great.
I clearly won't be able to see all the talks... In Dublin, I spent most of my time introducing people to other people and I don't expect San Francisco to be any different. Unlike Dublin, I don't expect to have to walk too far between rooms, but there will be a fair bit of going up and down stairs.
Still, I think we have a great line-up of talks. I'm hoping this will please everyone in the audience. At the program committee, we spent a great deal of time reading every single submission and trying to make a conference for everyone in the MeeGo community.
Now, I think I should get started on my presentation. The email I received on Wednesday says I should upload it by the end of today in San Francisco (9 am tomorrow my time).