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Day 4: Friday, June 24

Join us at the Eliot Center in Portland, OR (1226 SW Salmon St) for our last day of Open Source Bridge 2016. Our Friday schedule is entirely in unconference format. What does that mean? Join us at 9am in the Hacker Lounge for a kick-off session and collaborative scheduling. Each of you is welcome to […]

Day 1: Tuesday, June 21

Open Source Bridge kicks off tomorrow! We’ll be at the Eliot Center in Portland, OR (1226 SW Salmon St) from Tuesday June 21 through Friday June 24. Registration opens at 8am and the keynote begins at 9am in the Sanctuary. (Don’t worry, there’s coffee and tea.) Here is Tuesday’s schedule. Tuesday’s keynote speaker is the […]

We Can Help You Get Food at #OSB16

Because Open Source Bridge is not providing food on site this year (except at the party on Thursday, June 23), we are arranging to have a group of runners available to pick up lunch and bring it back for anyone unable to leave the conference venue. Please complete this form if you’re interested in having […]

Open Source Bridge on $0 a day!

A message from Volunteer Coordinator Chris Freeman: Do you want to attend Open Source Bridge but need a registration? You can earn a free registration by volunteering for 8 hours through the volunteer app. Not sure what shift to choose? Check out the Session Monitor shift. Session Monitor is one of the best shifts to […]

Get to Know Audrey Eschright

Audrey Eschright’s keynote speech is Creating a Third Wave of Free/Open Source Software, proposing that if Free Software is the first generation, and Open Source is the second, current efforts toward creating an inclusive and sustainable world make up a third generation that we can start to form into a broader plan. Audrey is a […]