This is long overdue, my bad, I should’ve written this months ago. Haha. Anyway, I had the chance to speak at GNOME.Asia 2015, a regional level conference on GNOME and open source software in general. In case you didn’t know, GNOME is one of the available desktop environment for Linux-based OS. If you’ve used (or still uses) Linux for the past few years, chances are, your application window (among others) is managed by GNOME. That’s how important GNOME is. Therefore, it’s such an honour to be able to speak hear, even though I didn’t register until the very last day of abstract submission.