Monthly Archives: April 2010

Hotel Discounts Around Portland: May 31-June 5

We hope you’ll be joining us at Open Source Bridge! If you’re looking for a place to stay, Travel Command has helped us line up some hotel discounts. In order to reserve a room at the rates below, email Travel Command at: Ace Hotel: $109.00 per night Jupiter Hotel: $75.00 per night Paramount Hotel: […]

CiviCode Day delayed.. but not for long!

So, CiviCode Day was scheduled for May 1st but has been postponed. The City of Portland is seeking to better schedule it to coincide with a number of other open source events, including Open Source Bridge and OSCON. Our organizing committee is working closely with the City on a plan, and we’ll update you as […]

Open Source Bridge on the Changelog podcast!

Last week our very own Christie Koehler spoke with The Changelog about all things Open Source Bridge.┬áCheck it out here: One of the really cool things about the conference is that we have an on-site 24-hour Hacker Lounge. So, after the sessions are done you can hang out, get stuff done, get code committed […]

CiviCode Day: Come hack with the city on May 1

On March 17, the City of Portland announced a CivicApps contest. And now, they’re hosting a day-long hackathon to get creative juices flowing. Register today! Here’s the announcement the Mayor’s office just put out: CivicApps CiviCode Day Event, Saturday, May 1st CiviCode Day will be a free, all-day un-conference styled event, featuring an “Ideas Summit” […]

PDX Open Source GIS Unconference: April 16-17, 2010

Our friends at the Portland Open Source Geospatial User Group (PDX-OSGIS) are organizing the PDX Open Source GIS Unconference on April 16-17, 2010. This event is free, but requires registration because space is limited. This event will be a great place to learn about open source GIS tools, meet fellow practitioners, share your geo-related topic […]