Lightning talks:

If you would like to give a lightning talks (5mins) during the GNOME.Asia Summit 2011 in Bangalore on 3rd April (from 4:30pm to 5:30pm). Please put your name, topic and email address as below:

  1. Taiwan GNOME User Group - Max Huang - sakanamax(at)
  2. Writing the GNOME commit digests - Frederic Peters - fpeters(at)
  3. Promoting GNOME 3 - AllanDay -

  4. Influence of OpenSource & Implementaion in India - Manmohan Brahma, IBM India Pvt. Ltd -

  5. Contributing to Open Source through Events & Media. - Sahil Malhan - sahil(at)

  6. Contributing to Open Source by Enhancing Accessibility of GNOME Desktop - Leena Chourey, CDAC, Mumbai- leenac(at)
  7. VEDICS - A speech recognition software for GNOME - Nischal E Rao, Bangalore- rao(dot)nischal(at)gmail(dot)com
  8. Free Software and the Blind: Experience at the IISE - Sajjad Anwar -

  9. Libyui - Bringing GTK, Qt and ncurses under a single umbrella - Manu Gupta - manugupt1(at)gmail(dot)com
  10. GNOME Accessibility
  11. GNOME Localization
  12. GNOME Security Issues
  13. GNOME Sustaining Challenges
  14. Add your talks here

If you have any question, please feel free to contact asia-summit-list(at)

What is lightning talk?

A Lightning Talk is a short presentation given at a conference or similar forum. Unlike other presentations, lightning talks last only a few minutes and several will usually be delivered in a single period by different speakers.

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