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Our Third Keynote Speaker: Paul Fenwick

The lineup of amazing keynote speakers for Open Source Bridge keeps on growing. We’re thrilled to announce that Paul Fenwick will be joining us as our third keynote speaker for this year’s event. Paul Fenwick is the managing director of Perl Training Australia, and has been teaching computer science for over a decade. He is […]

We Want Your Input

You still have one week left on our Call for Proposals, and there’s still time to apply to be on our Content Selection Committee. But whether you’ve submitted your proposal already or not (or even if you’ve decided not to submit one), we’re looking for input from the entire Open Source Bridge community on the […]

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, […]

CFP Deadline Extended Until March 30th!

Procrastinators rejoice! We’re extending the deadline for our Call for Proposals until 11:59 PDT on Friday, March 30th. Not sure if you want to speak at Open Source Bridge? Of course you do! We’d love to have you and your ideas be a part of this year’s event, and we have some tips for you: Look over previously […]

Announcing our first Keynote Speaker: Jason Scott of Textfiles.com

The Open Source Bridge planning committee is pleased to announce the first of our keynote speakers for 2012: Jason Scott! Jason Scott works at the Internet Archive helping to record and maintain a history of computer technology. But as many of you know, that’s hardly all that he does. He’s the owner and curator of […]