I have been invited by Kisio Digital to present the work we have been doing around KDE Itinerary at the Paris Open Transport Meetup next week. The meetup is near Gare de Lyon and starts on Thursday at 19:00. Feel free to come by, I’m looking forward to discuss ideas on how to move KDE Itinerary forward.

While in Paris I’m also going to meet the team behind Navitia, an open source platform for processing and querying static and real-time ground transport data, in particular for local and nation-wide railway networks. That’s obviously very interesting for KDE Itinerary, as mentioned earlier access to dynamic information such as real-time traffic data is probably the biggest challenge for us.

And yes, I of course made sure to pick travel options that don’t have enough test coverage in KDE Itinerary yet ;-)