Monthly Archives: May 2010

Getting Ready for Open Source Bridge 2010

For those of you who haven’t had a chance to peruse our attendee information email from this morning, we’re adding the notes to our blog. Take a look at all that Open Source Bridge 2010 has to offer, including some events happening this Memorial Day evening! Conference Details Venue Details: The conference will be held […]

Less than One Week to Go: Don’t Forget to Register!

Open Source Bridge is less than a week away. We’re super excited about this year’s conference and here’s why: Four full days of technical content across five tracks (list of sessions). Keynotes from: 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 […]

Portland Art Museum Shows Off for Bridge Participants!

The Portland Art Museum’s Mark Building is this year’s Open Source Bridge conference venue. Our partnership with the Museum means more than just an inspiring backdrop for open source awesomeness. The PAM is offering special deals for Bridge participants during and all throughout the month of June. During the conference, your Open Source Bridge badge gives you […]

CivicApps at Open Source Bridge

This year Open Source Bridge is delighted to partner with the City of Portland on a special joint event to make some of your ideas for CivicApps into real tools for use in our civic community. For those of you in the Portland Metro area, mark your calendars to attend the CivicApps Ideas Discussion on […]

Open Source Bridge Startup Crawl, June 3rd, 6-10 PM

From Kate Losse: Save the Date! Open Source Bridge Startup Crawl, June 3rd, 6-10 PM Local startups including Urban Airship, Taplister and others are getting together with Facebook to host a startup crawl in Portland on Thursday, June 3rd from 6-10 PM. In addition to tech and tech people, there will be beer tastings from […]