Category Archives: Collaboration

Bridge speakers at OSCON

We love our speakers. And want to promote their other talking engagements. If you’re attending OSCON this week, be sure to check out the scheduled sessions of these knowledgeable speakers: J Chris Anderson:¬†Synchronization is the Future of Mobile Data Ian Dees: Planned Obsolescence: Built to Last, or Build One to Throw Away? Sherri Montgomery (with […]

CivicApps at Open Source Bridge

This year Open Source Bridge is delighted to partner with the City of Portland on a special joint event to make some of your ideas for CivicApps into real tools for use in our civic community. For those of you in the Portland Metro area, mark your calendars to attend the CivicApps Ideas Discussion on […]

Hacking public data with YQL in the hacker lounge

Not only is Yahoo! Developer Network the sponsor of the hacker lounge, they also have some stuff for us to hack on. And what could be better than public data? Dig in. Yahoo! has announced that US government data is now available through YQL. Not sure what to do? Well, they have some examples using […]

Hackfest at Ristretto this Sunday: 10am-?

We’ll be getting together again this Sunday, March 29, at Ristretto (3808 N Williams) starting at 10am to hack on Open Source Bridge-related code, and work on contacting User Group and university outreach. We have a list of dozens of user groups and universities to contact. We have tests that need to be written for […]

This Friday’s Beer and Blog: User Group Outreach

Hey Portlanders. You’re probably going to rock out this Friday in Portland with the rest of the Beer and Blog crew at Cubespace.¬† While you’re waiting for your turn at the mic, consider taking a few minutes to help us out. A group of Open Source Bridge volunteers will be hitting the internet, contacting individuals […]