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Sumana Harihareswara to Keynote Open Source Bridge

The excitement never stops around here. We’re very pleased to announce our second amazing keynote speaker, Sumana Harihareswara.

Sumana Harihareswara manages projects and people, currently as Volunteer Development Coordinator at the Wikimedia Foundation, where she leads the Technical Liaisons and Developer Relations group (TLDR). She has worked at Collabora, GNOME, QuestionCopyright.org, Fog Creek Software, Behavior, and Salon.com, and contributed to the MediaWiki, AltLaw, Empathy, Miro, and Zeitgeist open source projects. She is a blogger at GeekFeminism and an advisory board member for the Ada Initiative, and was editor and release organizer for GNOME Journal. Harihareswara has presented at Foo Camp, Open Source Bridge 2011, Open Source Bridge 2010, MindCamp Seattle 2008 (“Three Models of Power: A Political Science Lens on Your Organization”), keynoted PICC, led or organized several Wikimedia hackathons, taught several courses at UC Berkeley, and performed at Bay Area stand-up comedy venues. She holds an MS in Technology Management from Columbia University. She also likes dinosaurs.

And don’t forget that we’ve extended our Call for Proposals, so you still have a chance to join what is already an excellent set of proposals, and sure to be an excellent set of speakers. You also have a chance to grab one of a limited number of $225 registrations if you act quickly and register now.

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