Open Source Citizenship
What are the rights and responsibilities of an open source citizen
? We’re exploring what open source means to us, what it offers, where we struggle, and why we do this day in and day out, even when we’re not paid for it.
Innovative Track Structure
Our session tracks are technology agnostic, based around shared community experiences and focus on the similarities between projects, not the differences. View the tracks.
The geekery doesn’t end when the sessions do. We’re also running a hacker lounge
for code sprints, bug bashes, bouncing ideas, starting new projects or just mingling and taking in the vibe.
Your software is peer-produced. Why not your conference? Open Source Bridge is pioneered and planned by a team of open source developers and technologists. What’s more, we’ve built an open source application
to manage talk proposals.