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Open Source Bridge hacker lounge: Make your time

Make your timeOf the many, many cool things happening at Open Source Bridge, we have to admit: the hacker lounge is one of our favorites. We can’t wait to see what this group of open source citizens create with unlimited 24-hour access to hacking space.

If you’re as excited as we are to get to hacking, we’d encourage you to schedule some time in the hacker lounge. This will ensure that folks know about your project ahead of time and can schedule accordingly. Best of all, we’ll help you promote your project to the attendees, so you’re sure to have the best and brightest hacking alongside you.

Chris Messina and the DiSo Project have kicked off the scheduling by adding a session Thursday, June 18, from 1-5 PM.

What’s that? You wanted to run your project in the hacker lounge at that time? No problem. There’s plenty of room.

Fill in the table below with your project name, a contact person, the day and time you’d like to make use of the lounge, and a link to a page where people can get more information on what you’ll be working on. The hacker lounge will be open from 9am Wednesday through midnight on Friday.

We’re looking forward to seeing the projects Open Source Bridge attendees are creating. And we can’t wait to see you in the hacker lounge in June.

(Image courtesy of jeffandmandyg. Used under Creative Commons.)

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