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Announcing Keynotes!

We’re excited to announce our first two keynote presenters for the 2013 conference!   Alex “Skud” Bayley of Infotrope and James Vasile of Hacker Visions will be speaking about their experience in open source communities, from languages to activism, culture to changing industries. We will post long-form interviews with Skud and James next week.   Alex “Skud” Bayley […]

We’re extending our Call For Proposals

Thank you so much to everyone who has submitted a proposal to Open Source Bridge 2013 so far! We’re busy assembling our content selection committee and hope to announce the first of our Keynote speakers soon. In the mean time, we have an extra two weeks of wiggle room, so we’re extending our CFP deadline […]

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 […]

Announcing the Open Source Bridge 2011 talks!

We are very pleased to announce this year’s Open Source Bridge conference sessions as part of our 4-day event June 21st through the 24th in Portland, Oregon. We received hundreds of excellent presentation proposals, community comments, and other feedback, and our diverse selection committee was very busy carefully reviewing and choosing talks. This year’s lineup features […]

Open Source Bridge Wants Your Input

The Open Source Bridge team is hard at work reviewing the many amazing proposals we received this year. While that process continues, we want to gather input from all the members of our community as well. Is there a session proposal you’re excited to attend? Or a speaker you want to collaborate with in the Hacker Lounge (more details […]