We also have some people who have joined us that haven't been involved in upstream KDE very much but who are involved in Free software and use KDE technologies in various ways. One example of this is the Lernstick initiative which brings Free software (and KDE! :) to students around Switzerland in the form of a handy, self-contained USB stick. They are now working on making this available on tablets as well, and one of the people behind the project was kind enough to give us a quick demo of the live login feature:
Today we continue on, with most of the people staying for the whole week to work on improving KDE and Free software for the masses. This meeting was made possible by Mario Fux and his wonderfully supportive family here in Randa who take amazing care of us (and make some very tasty food :) as well as the over 10,000 Euros in financial support provided by the KDE community. Our thanks to everyone who makes these meetings possible so that we can in turn make more, and better, Free software.