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Volunteer Kick-off for 2011

Now that we’ve had a bit of a break after the 2010 conference, we’re excited and ready to start planning for 2011! We want you to be involved in making the next Open Source Bridge as awesome as the first two. If you’re interested in helping out with next year’s conference, please come to our […]

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¬†Hacker 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 […]

Volunteer Sprint: Saturday, February 27 11am to 4pm

Please join us Saturday, February 27, 2010 ¬†for a Volunteer Work Sprint and tour of the PAM’s Mark Building! Join us at the McMenamins Market Street Pub (1526 S.W. 10th, Portland OR 97201) at 11am to work on a myriad of fun and exciting tasks guaranteed to help make Open Source Bridge 2010 a raging […]

Organizing community events

As we’ve mentioned before, we’re all volunteering to pull Open Source Bridge together. It’s a great deal of effort, but we’re really excited to see the enthusiasm from the community as things begin to take shape. What are we learning as we work to build an event for open source citizens? You can get a […]

Open Source Bridge Town Hall

Open Source Bridge will be a completely volunteer-run, community effort to connect developers working with open source. We’re kicking things off with a town hall discussion and planning meeting on October 30th, 7:30pm at CubeSpace (located at 622 SE Grand Avenue in Portland). We’ll talk about overall goals for the conference, then break into small […]