A warm note from the Geekpie Association.
Random hack-around before the conference began.
Junde Yhi's concept presentation for AST's Startup Toolkit development reboot.
Lion Yang plays around Android's buggy Skia library.
HD Remake using Inkscape with Dingyuan Wang (gumblex)
Our lovely audience watching gumblex's demonstration.
Introduction to AOSC OS packaging with Jeff Bai.
Introduction to AOSC OS packaging (demonstration using VBA-M)
Shanghai Surface User Group!
Putting the AOSC 2016 sticker pack into good use (idea 1).
Putting the AOSC 2016 sticker pack into good use (idea 2).
Putting the AOSC 2016 sticker pack into good use (idea 3).
5th anniversay banner!
Tianhao (James) Chai taking a selfie in front of the 5th anniversay banner.
A case (finally) for our community ARMv7 + AArch64 build host!
Pair of vintage ThinkPads running Windows 98... Vintage computing - an unofficial pasttime of community members.
Tianhao (James) Chai's Linux/Android Surface Pro 3 tablet.
ThinkPads are probably the most popular computer brand in the community!
Icenowy Zheng's Orange Pi running AOSC OS with LXDE.
Lion Yang introducing the problems with BuildKit and Ciel, the answer?
Lion Yang casting his doubt on the values of AOSC OS's numerous ports.
Junde Yhi handing out Banana Pi's to lucky dip winners.
Zamir Sun connecting in from Beijing, sharing his pathway to employment in an open-source company (Red Hat).
AOSCC 2018 will be held in Wuhan!
Old laptop makes a great mini desktop!
Mingcong Bai talking about upstream involvement by AOSC developers in the past year.
Lion Yang and couple others working hard for Internet connection in the venue.
Forgive Loongson, (possibly) an advanced piece of hardware.
Junde Yhi's presentation on AOSC OS's performance overlays.
Voting on AOSC OS Core 5's codename... Turns out to be "eMMC".
Day 1's lucky dip - Staph Zhang's optical backup of old AOSC OS packages and releases.
Havin' a blast playing Legend of Zelda with an Allwinner tablet running RetroArch.
USTC's Jiawei Fu's presentation on the history and future of the USTC Open Source Software Mirror.
Junde Yhi demonstrating the UI designs of DeployKit - our system deployment toolkit to come early next year.
Trinitron (her ID on Telegram) working on Coreboot-ing a Lenovo ThinkPad X220.
Xiaoxing, our resident webmaster, wins one of the Apple PowerBook G4's running AOSC OS from Day 2's lucky draw.
Kexy Biscuit on improving the AOSC OS iteration model.
TheSaltedFish's live streaming station.
On-site ColorHug service.
Gumblex's talk on the future AOSC OS quality assurance procedures.
A vintage Hai'ou camera used to take our collective photograph on Day 1 and 3.
Voting on the next codename (congratulations to Gumblex!).
Stickers and souvenirs, a staple of our annual gatherings.
Day 2's lucky draw prize - a 12'' Apple PowerBook G4 running AOSC OS.
AOSC OS/Retro demo devices - an Apple iBook G3 "Clamshell" and a Sony Vaio C1VN.
Staph deploying AOSC OS on the Apple PowerBook G4's, preparing for Day 's lucky draw.
Junde Yhi on deploying multi-payload LibreBoot on the Lenovo ThinkPad X200.