Tag Archives: talks

Proposal Submission Tips

We’re getting close to the deadline for proposal submissions and thought it might be helpful to provide some tips about how to get your proposal accepted. These tips aren’t meant to be exclusive to Open Source Bridge. We hope you will be able to apply some of them when you submit to speak elsewhere. Have […]

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 […]

Announcing the Open Source Bridge conference speakers

After much deliberation, reviewing more than 260 submissions, and taking into account more than 400 comments, it is our honor and pleasure to announce the confirmed Open Source Bridge speakers for 2009. Please bear in mind that there are still some outstanding “accepted but not yet confirmed” speakers, so this list will likely change. For […]

A sneak peek at our accepted talks

Why hello there! The Open Source Bridge team has been hard at work: cranking out code, contacting user groups and reviewing all the amazing proposals we’ve received since we opened our call on January 26. It’s paid off with more registrations, our first Gold Star member, and even more great proposals. You’ve been good to […]