Monthly Archives: April 2010

Your favorite presentation tool – tell us!

We’ve seen a few speakers throw down their favorite presentation tools recently: So, that’s console-presenter and showoff, so far. I also know some very bold presenters use LaTeX with Beamer for theirs. What do you use? And why? (And while you’re here – Don’t forget to mark your favorite conference sessions to help us with […]

Join us for a work sprint on May 1, 2010

The next Open Source Bridge volunteer sprint will be this Saturday, May 1 at the Market Street Pub. We’ll be there from 11am till 5pm, but you can come to as much of it as you’d like. Add this event to your calendar. Come help with volunteer tasks for Open Source Bridge, likely including technical […]

Announcing the Open Source Bridge 2010 talks!

We are very pleased to announce the following sessions for this year’s Open Source Bridge conference. We’re still waiting to hear back from a few speakers, so stay tuned in the next few days as we fill in a few gaps – but the bulk of our speakers have responded to acceptances, and we’re happy […]

Unofficial CivicApps Meetup this Saturday

Our friends at WhereCampPDX (a free Portland unconference focusing on all things geographical) are organizing an event you may be interested in, they write: Join us to talk about CivicApps, the City of Portland’s open data project, this Saturday at NedSpace Oldtown. We’ll start at 10AM with a little show-and-tell session, then attendees can split […]

Our Keynote Speakers

Our keynote speakers this year will be: Danny O’Brien, journalist and activist with the Committee to Protect Journalists, Leigh Honeywell, software security consultant and co-founder/director of HackLab, and Portland Mayor Sam Adams. Danny O’Brien will explore how open source can help those at the cutting edge of free expression, and will detail tools that writers […]