In only a couple of weeks, this years KDE Randa Meetings will again take place in the Swiss mountain.
It's the first time I get to take part and I'm already very excited.
One of the main working groups this year will be focused accessibility: Six people - including a representative of the GNOME team and two dedicated GSoC students who are flying in from India even after the program has already officially ended - are coming together to create an accessibility infrastructure for free software that truly works.
And if that wouldn't be enough, it's not even "just" accessibility. There will also be teams working on Plasma, Education and Multimedia.
Sadly, not all applicants could be funded this year. But you can help! Please consider a small donation to help cover the expenses for this years sprint in Randa.