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KDE Finance Apps Group Spring Sprint 2010

The first sprint of the KDE Finance Apps Group will take place in Frankfurt am Main, Germany. The date is april 23rd until april 25th.


We will be hosted by SyroCon Consulting GmbH


We will stay in hotel [please fill in].


Frankfurt am Main has the largest german airport and also is the main international hub in germany.



Name Email Arrival Depart Confirm Travel Cost need Sponsor? Hotel? Food Project Coming from Flights
Klaas Freitag april 29th mai 2nd ~100€ Train yes yes Kraft Nuernberg, Germany
Guillaume DE BURE april 23th april 25th ~270€ Plane yes yes Skrooge Gaillac, France
Alvaro Soliverez april 22nd april 28th yes ~870€ Plane yes no KMyMoney Buenos Aires, Argentina
Thomas Baumgart n/a n/a n/a 0 no no KMyMoney Frankfurt, Germany
Arnaud Dupuis april 23th april 25th ~200€ Plane yes yes Association Subscribers Manager (Assuma) Paris, France
Cristian Oneț april 23th april 26th ~300€ Plane + 120€ Train yes yes KMyMoney Timișoara, Romania Timișoara - Stuttgart and back
Thomas Richard april 23th april 25th ~130€ Train yes yes Kraft Hasselt, Belgium


As a starting topic we should do a introductory session of the people present and their projects so that we have a better understanding on the backgrounds/goals involved.

The overall topic will be how we can work together organisational and code wise.

  • FinanceStack: an engine that will allow to integrate the workflow of applications
  • Common icons: use a common set of icons to maintain UI consistency across applications and to request a minimum amount of icons to the Oxygen team
  • Level of integration of KCurrency and ISO Codes within applications
  • Minimum Qt and KDE version required for each
  • Targeted Audience (private vs. (small-) business, single/multi-user, access control, etc.)
  • Security issues
  • PGP Keysigning Party

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