The second day of openSUSE Conference 2014 opened with a keynote presentation by Michael Meeks about “The Document Foundation and LibreOffice”. He talked about all the work that has been done to improve LibreOffice in all aspects. After that, Jos Poortvliet presented “Where KDE is and where it is going” and talked about the improvements that are done in KDE 4 and presented to everyone the workflow and some of the changes in KDE 5.
He also presented for the first time Plasma 2 changes, Frameworks 5 and how a Qt developer can get involved with KDE.
In his presentation about an awesome tool called “Bcache”, Oliver Neukum explained how this tool works on openSUSE and how openSUSE users can benefit from using it on their SSD drives and boost their computer’s performance.
During “Ruby on Rails” for beginners workshop from Camilla Ayres, lots of geekos joined and hacked on Ruby on Rails for almost 2 hours. Camilla presented how awesome of a programming language it is and did a hands-on of some easy to-do things for everyone.
The openSUSE Conference 2015 is going to take place in The Hague, Netherlands.
Follow @openSUSEConf on twitter, or search for the hashtag #oSC14. Also, the sessions at the conference are streamed live.