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 coffee, tea, and pastries from Black Sheep Bakery.
A friendly reminder: please use tongs, when provided, for food self-service! Also please observe any signage about sharing our favorite snacks with all attendees. Want to know about our catering? More info is on the wiki.
Lunch today will be catered by Nicholas Restaurant, one of our favorite Portland Lebanese restaurants.
See all the sessions for today on our website.
Massage therapy is available in the Hacker Lounge. Domenika Leto, of Niche Massage, is offering 10-minute chair massages, free of charge. Find her station in the northwest section of the Hacker Lounge to sign up. Hours today are noon-2pm, and 3-5pm.
This evening, yoga returns to Open Source Bridge! Sherri Montgomery leads “Smart Asana” at 5:45 in Fuller Hall. BoF sessions are running 7-8:30pm and 8:30-10pm, and the Hacker Lounge stays open until 10.
If you know anyone who would like to attend these evening activities but isn’t registered for the conference, encourage them to sign up for a free Community Pass. This also lets them participate in our unconference day on Friday.
- “The NSA needs to make surveillance really convenient for it to be accepted. For example, I’d they could help me find my socks” https://twitter.com/pjf/status/347029607331008512
- Git is better with beer https://twitter.com/vmbrasseur/status/347132096826990594
- “Hey there, wanna come back to the speakers’ lounge and sniff some coffee with me?” —
@brewpony to @vmbrasseur https://twitter.com/pjf/status/347079542067834881
Sharing online? Use #osb13 to tag content about the conference. If you have private feedback, you can stop by the staff/volunteer room, A203, on the 2nd floor and tell us in person, or email email@example.com.
There’s code, and there’s Code. Please take a moment to review our Code of Conduct.
If at any point you need conference-related help, find a volunteer in a purple Open Source Bridge shirt.
If you’d like to feel what it’s like to be one of our super-hero volunteers, it’s not too late! Come by the volunteer lounge or find Josh, our volunteer coordinator. We’ll put you to work.
Thank you to this year’s sponsors! Hacker Lounge Sponsor: Intel, Committer: Mozilla, Advocate: Rentrak, and other Citizens and Friends.
Have a great day at Open Source Bridge!