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Thursday Announcements, With Love

Good morning citizens! It’s Thursday and the conference is half over (or half still to come?). Today’s weather is expected to be around 66F and partly cloudy. We’ll have the doors open at 8am, with tea, coffee, and pastries from Sweetpea Baking Company. The opening keynote by Ashe Dryden begins at 9am in the Sanctuary. […]

Volunteer Sprint #2 – Stuff We Did

The volunteer work sprint on Saturday, February 27, 2010 focused primarily on logistics planning for the upcoming conference. We had several enthusiastic volunteers help out with: Preliminary┬áHacker Lounge Planning. Initial draft of the Master Conference Schedule. A review of open logistics tasks and filling in any missing gaps in Redmine. We came up with some […]

Calling all User Groups

Say you were organizing a kick-ass conference that wasn’t focused on specific technologies or languages, but rather on being an open source citizen. You’d want to contact all the user groups out there, and not just the local ones, hosted in your city, but the ones in other cities around the world. You’d want to […]

Call for Proposals: We welcome your ideas (until March 31)

We are happy to announce that the Open Source Bridge Call for Proposals is now open! We would love to hear all of those interesting ideas you have in your head—and so would everyone else. That’s why we will be accepting your proposals for Open Source Bridge talks through March 31. What kind of proposals, […]