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Tuesday, June 23

Welcome to Open Source Bridge! This is the 7th year of our 4-day, tech-packed event. Is this really Portland? It’s supposed to be hot and sunny on Tuesday and hotter and sunnier as the week goes on. Thank goodness for the air-conditioned Elliot Center. Please keep yourself hydrated.  Here is Tuesday’s schedule Registration opens at […]

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. […]

Announcing the 2011 Schedule!

We know you’ve all been waiting for this news, so we wanted to let you know that the Open Source Bridge 2011 schedule is now online at http://opensourcebridge.org/events/2011/schedule Thank you all for your patience as we worked to come up with a schedule that will hopefully suit everybody. We’re still sorting out a few remaining details and expecting some […]

Opening day! and three changes to the schedule…

Welcome to the opening day of Open Source Bridge! We’re all very excited you’re here. Today’s opening keynote will be from Danny O’Brien, Internet Advocacy Coordinator for the Committee to Protect Journalists. He’s going to kick things off with a practical look at the FLOSS tools that journalists working in repressive regimes currently use, and […]

Open Source Bridge final schedule: Let the “how am I going to go to all of these cool talks?” begin

We, here at Open Source Bridge, have been humbled and awed by the amount of involvement from open source citizens around the world. First, we had a ton of proposal pour into our proposal system. Then we got a ton of comments about which speakers should be selected. Finally, we’ve had continued feedback on the […]