Open Source Bridge final schedule: Let the “how am I going to go to all of these cool talks?” begin

SchedulingWe, here at Open Source Bridge, have been humbled and awed by the amount of involvement from open source citizens around the world. First, we had a ton of proposal pour into our proposal system. Then we got a ton of comments about which speakers should be selected. Finally, we’ve had continued feedback on the strength of the selected talks.

We couldn’t be happier. But there was only one problem: we didn’t know who was going to talk when.

But now, we do. Introducing the Open Source Bridge schedule.

The schedule will provide—at a glance—the time, title, track (including a color key for all the respective tracks), and room of each scheduled talk. Need more details? No problem. Simply roll over a particular talk and you’ll get the additional details you need, including an excerpt and scheduled speakers—as well as the ability to drill deeper into information on the talk, the speaker, the track, and the room.

So have it! Tell your friends! But most importantly start filling your calendar with Open Source Bridge goodness!

(Image courtesy Aaron Hockley. Used under Creative Commons.)

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  1. Posted May 15, 2009 at 3:32 pm | Permalink

    This schedule sucks! I want to see every talk. Can’t you schedule all of them one at a time?


  2. OSB Attendee
    Posted May 16, 2009 at 10:26 pm | Permalink

    Are there any official plans to provide audio recordings from OSB? I see multiple sessions that I would like to attend at almost every time slot. Any info on an official way to get audio of the sessions that I can’t attend in person? Media archives such as those provided at DEFCON ( are a very useful resource…

  3. Posted May 20, 2009 at 11:27 pm | Permalink

    We haven’t figured out all the details, but we fully intend to provide at least audio of every panel. We’re so excited about everything we want to see it all, too!

  4. OSB Attendee
    Posted June 2, 2009 at 5:50 am | Permalink

    Thank you, for your effort to create a media archive of this conference! Audio recordings and speaker’s slides would be very much appreciated. In my experience, most speakers at technology conferences are not animated enough to justify a video recording. But, one of your stated goals is: “not a typical technical conference”. I’m excited to see what you all have cooked up.

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