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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 […]

2013 On-Site Volunteer Registration is Now Open

The Open Source Bridge Volunteer App has been launched for 2013. To sign up as a volunteer for Open Source Bridge 2013, you will need to create an account within the Volunteer App and follow the instructions thereafter. Don’t forget the Volunteer Orientations on Monday prior to the conference.  All 
volunteers who wish to work the conference […]

Unconference Day 2012

Good morning! It’s Friday, the last day of the conference, and our unconference day (sponsored by Wikimedia Foundation). Session scheduling will kick off at 9am in the Hacker Lounge. If you haven’t been to an unconference before, you should know that all content today will be scheduled by you, the attendees. This is a great […]

Day Two Begins

Welcome to Tuesday, day two of Open Source Bridge 2012! Doors open at 8am with coffee, tea, and pastries. Jason Scott‘s opening keynote starts at 9am. The day’s sessions run from 9am through 5:30pm. If you missed yesterday’s keynote, you can watch it now. A few schedule updates: Beyond Excel: Bringing Web Connected Science to… Scientists is at […]

Let’s Get This Conference Started!

Good morning and welcome to day 1 of Open Source Bridge 2012! Doors open right at 8am, with coffee and pastries and badge pick-up. Give yourself plenty of time to get through registration before Sumana Harihareswara’s opening keynote at 9am. The day’s sessions run from 9am through 5:30pm. We’ll break at noon for lunch from Los […]