Next Town Hall Meeting is April 21, 2009

Open Source Bridge is hosting another town hall meeting on Tuesday, April 21, 2009 at 7 PM at CubeSpace (located at 622 SE Grand Avenue in Portland). As always, anyone interested in furthering the mission of Open Source Bridge is invited.  We plan to share what we have accomplished so far and strategize together on completing the growing list of tasks to be accomplished in order to make this conference the stunning success we all want it to be.

One of the challenges we’ve recognized in organizing this completely volunteer run conference is that sometimes it is hard to consistently and effectively utilize all of the willing people who have volunteered to help.  We are hoping this town hall meeting will make some of this easier with the opportunity to interact face to face.

The conference is a little over two months away, but it is not too late to get involved and make a difference!  We look forward to seeing you at CubeSpace on April 21st.  Please RSVP!

If you aren’t able to attend, but still want to help please check out our volunteer page or join our online discussion groups.

What would you like to hear about during the meeting? Have ideas about what we should be doing? Want something specific discussed? Let us know in the comments.

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  1. By osbridge on April 14, 2009 at 12:51 pm

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    Pssst! Next Open Source Bridge Town Hall is April 21. Pass it on.

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