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Wednesday, August 12 • 11:00am - 11:45am
When is the year of the Linux desktop?

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"The next year will be the year of the Linux Desktop" - We have heard this so many times, yet the year didn't come. Why is that so? Are we doing something wrong? Even with the recent amazing news, that many gaming engines are turning to Linux and a few Linux-based gaming consoles are being released, there are still some problems which are frustrating for the end-user. The problems we will see are ranging from community problems to diversity problems, while including the fact that the enterprise overrides the needs of the desktop. The community must work together to solve these problems and make sure that the people who aren't tech-savvy can use a Linux distribution and we must ensure that they enjoy it.

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Levente Kurusa

Software Engineering Intern, Red Hat
Levente Kurusa is a Linux enthusiast focusing mostly on kernel development. He is also a frequent speaker at various Linux events, where he talks about the various way an individual can join the kernel development community. He has participated in an annual open source competition called Google Code-In, where he was a finalist for KDE and became a KDE developer in the process. He currently works for Red Hat on the Virtualization Team.


Wednesday August 12, 2015 11:00am - 11:45am
Room 5 - ARM Room

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