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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 […]

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. […]

Hacker Lounge returns to Open Source Bridge

GeoLoqi hackathon at the 2010 Hacker Lounge (photo by Igal Koshevoy) Once again, we’ll be hosting a 24-hour hacker space for you to meet, greet, nosh, exchange ideas, get tips and how-tos, and try out some of the hot new ideas and technologies you’ll be learning about during the conference. There’ll be plenty of wifi […]

Walking through the hacker lounge

Thanks to Don Park (@donpdonp) for capturing a little of the hacker lounge magic for posterity. Join Don for a quick virtual walkthrough.

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 […]