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Quick Overview of Enlightenment Foundation Libraries and E17

Real Name of Submitter: 
Gustavo Sverzut Barbieri
Company or Project Affiliation: 
Enlightenment || ProFUSION embedded systems
Short Bio: 

Gustavo is hacking with Linux since 98 with broad experience in web, desktop and mobile environments, particularly multimedia and rich graphical user interfaces. Experienced with GNOME and KDE development lands for ages, since 2007 is helping Enlightenment project to rock on mobile and desktop environments. He worked at IBM/LTC-Brazil, Nokia Institute of Technology (INdT) and since 2008 runs his own company ProFUSION embedded systems that works primarily with these free software projects, contributing with Linux Kernel, BlueZ, oFono, Systemd, Maemo/MeeGo, Enlightenment and others.

Talk Abstract: 

The Enlightenment project recently announced the official of its 1.0 libraries that have been in development for 10 years. But what are these libraries? Should they be used by third party? If so, why? Let's attach meaning behind those "e" libraries, clarify the reason they were created and how our experience could collaborate more with other desktops and

This talk will enlighten the audience about the project and the upcoming release of the release 17 of our core application: e17 window manager, its current state and roadmap.