I was in Depok, Indonesia last week to speak at GNOME Asia 2015. It was a great experience — the organisers did a fantastic job and as a bonus, the venue was incredibly pretty!
My talk was about the GNOME audio stack, and my original intention was to talk a bit about the APIs, how to use them, and how to choose which to use. After the first day, though, I felt like a more high-level view of the pieces would be more useful to the audience, so I adjusted the focus a bit. My slides are up here.
Nirbheek and I then spent a couple of days going down to Yogyakarta to cycle around, visit some temples, and sip some fine hipster coffee.
All in all, it was a week well spent. I’d like to thank the GNOME Foundation for helping me get to the conference!