Krita Meeting 2010 – Day -1

Today right after breakfast with Lukas and Boudewijn and one of his daughter, we got an electricity cut. So when Dmitry arrived from his hotel, despite heavy rain, we decided to go out for a walk in the city, to discover the charm of the city under rain:

Boudewijn explained us about the past of the city, and also which building was going to be demolished, and what nice house has been replaced by an ugly one. We walked a long many nice streets like this one:

Below is a church that was build by the city inhabitant that were denied access to the cathedral, now it is used as a concert hall:

Then we arrived at the market place, where a krita developer took a picture of a krita developer taking a picture of an other krita developer:

Upon our return to Boudewijn’s house the electricity was not back, but Vera had arrived, so we headed to the nearby Church basement which had electricity but no Internet connection. I first tried to work on making OpenGTL‘s API nicer to use, while Lukas worked on importing ABR brush from recent photoshop version with the help of Vera, Dmitry worked on layer stack recomposition, while Boudewijn tried to fix a thread bug that seems to only happen on Vera’s computer.

Now electricity is back in the house, Peter and Sven have arrived, and we are finally connected again, and are planning to go in a pizza restaurant in the evening. And now Adam has arrived too. So we are all there now.

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4 Responses to Krita Meeting 2010 – Day -1

  1. annma says:

    And you said I had no luck when traveling ! 😉
    Have a great time and make Krita even more awesome!

  2. Aww, poor Krita hackers locked in the basement 😉 Hope you have a nice and productive sprint. Didn’t know you were going to be that many!

  3. Cyrille Berger says:

    Hehe, well to be honest, compared to how much I travel, I don’t have much problems 😉

  4. Kubuntiac says:

    Nice to be reminded by the photos that you’re all real human beings and not ircbots. :)

    Hope you’re all having a fun time together at the sprint – even if you are locked in Boud’s basement! (He’s not letting you out until Krita 2.4 is complete, you know…. 😉 I’ll be impatiently checking SVN / the wiki / bugzilla looking forward to seeing what you come up with.

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