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Monthly Archives: June 2013

Friday Unconference Details

Welcome to day four of Open Source Bridge, the Unconference Day! The weather forecast is for a high of 68F, with a chance (less than half!) of rain. The activity forecast is for a slate of topics mutually planned by you, OSBridge attendees. Session planning starts at 9am. Doors open at 8am, with coffee and […]

Thursday Announcements, With Love

Good morning citizens! It’s Thursday and the conference is half over (or half still to come?). Today’s weather is expected to be around 66F and partly cloudy. We’ll have the doors open at 8am, with tea, coffee, and pastries from Sweetpea Baking Company. The opening keynote by Ashe Dryden begins at 9am in the Sanctuary. […]

Wednesday Wake-up Call

Happy Wednesday, Open Source Bridge-goer! Today’s forecast is for a high of 64F, with rain likely. Don’t miss this morning’s keynote by Alex “Skud” Bayley. Skud is a social justice activist, software developer, and  advocate for open technology and culture beyond the “open source” world. The Keynote is at 9am. Doors open at 8am, with […]

Celebrating Five Years of Open Source Bridge

Five years of open source citizenship has taught us many things. We have so much to learn from each other, across languages, projects, and other aspects of our work. Our open source work benefits not just from sharing what we’re doing, but from active cross-pollination, and an eager desire to find out what we can […]

Let the conference begin!

Welcome to your first day of Open Source Bridge 2013! Today’s forecast is for a high of 67F with light drizzle. If that feels a little chilly, consider asking the registration team about our Open Source Citizen scarves. We’ll be starting our program at 9am this morning, with a keynote from James Vasile of FreedomBox. […]