Last year I presented about new development happening in GNOME to make it geo-aware, through geoclue2, geocode-glib and Maps projects. A lot of progress has has been made since then to turn the dream of geo-aware OS into reality and there is a lot to come in near future. This talk will be about satisfying the curiosity of everyone dying to know about our progress and our future plans with these projects.
Zeeshan Ali is a GNOME developer who works at Red Hat Inc as a software engineer. He has previous worked on GStreamer, GUPnP and Rygel projects and these days focuses on Boxes and all geo-related software, especially Geoclue. He lived in Helsinki for past 8 years but recently moved to London for better climate and vicinity of fellow gnomies.