Open Source visualization and presentation with R

In an Input-Method framework, output-filters are required, besides various input-manners and input-engines, to provide a better user-experience.

Speaker: Mr Wei-Lun Chao (bluebat) (Taiwan)

Mr Wei-Lun Chao (bluebat) has worked as Development Team Lead or Project Manager for open source projects related to Linux system integration. He is also involved in translations for free software by contributing to the GNU Translation Project.

Language: Mandarin (Chinese Slides)

Slide: http://www.slideshare.net/bluebat/concept-ofoutputfiltersforinputmethod

(This is a a session of Hong Kong Open Source Conference 2014 on 29 March, HKOSC is an annual international conference in Hong Kong for global open source community, it is aimed to demonstrate the use of open source software technology, open hardware technology and latest development in the world. HKOSC is targeted for developers, users and promoters.)

Sammy Fung

Mr Sammy Fung is President and Founder of Open Source Hong Kong. He establish online community of Open Source Hong Kong in 2006, and its activities in 2010. Sammy starts his contributions in open source community in 1997, he is co-founder and founding chairman of Hong Kong Linux User Group. In 2011, Sammy also participates in open source community across Asia, he joins GNOME Asia committee in 2012, and becomes first Mozilla representative for Hong Kong in 2013. Sammy is a Python developer, open source contributer, and tech writier. He is experienced in Data Science, Django, Scrapy. GitHub / Twitter: @sammyfung Affiliates: - GNOME Asia: Committee Member. - GNOME Foundation: Member. - Mozilla: Mozilla Represenative. - Hong Kong Python User Group (HKPUG): Organiser. - Python Software Foundation: Member.

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