Open Source Bridge 2011: Registration Now Open!

Open Source Bridge is happy to announce that we have opened registration for our upcoming conference in June 2011!

See our registration page for all the details:

Open Source Bridge will be held June 21-24, 2011 at the Eliot Center in Downtown Portland, Oregon. We are planning for our best event yet and your participation will help make that happen.

New this year, we have multiple early-bird pricing tiers. Through the end of 2010, we are offering a limited number of tickets at $175 (that’s a savings of $125 off the regular ticket price). This is a unique opportunity to lock in your admission to Open Source Bridge and give some early support to the event.

In addition to this early bird pricing tier, we offer the following:

  • 100 tickets at $195, until the end of February.
  • Unlimited early bird tickets at $225 until April 15th.
  • Unlimited full price tickets at $300.
  • As always, we offer a student rate of $99, available anytime.

All pricing tiers are currently open, and if you order before the end of 2010, we will include a complimentary Open Source Bridge scarf!

Interested in speaking? We’ll be opening the CFP in mid-January and will send another announcement then.

Interested in volunteering? We encourage those of you interested in being more involved with Open Source Bridge to sign up for our volunteer list:

Interested in sponsoring? Let us know by contacting and we’ll send you a prospectus.

We hope that you are as excited as we are about Open Source Bridge 2011. We thank you very much for your support and hope to see you in Portland in June!

–Open Source Bridge Team

One Comment

  1. Posted February 21, 2011 at 7:54 am | Permalink

    I read about this iPhone/iPad app on TUAW: Any chance Open Source Bridge could be one of the first conferences to use it?

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