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Tuesday
Jan 13, 2009
Open Source Bridge Content Committee Meeting
CubeSpace [ *sniff* out of business 12 June 2009]

The Open Source Bridge Content team is ready to kick off 2009 with a meeting on Tuesday, January 13, 7pm at Cubespace.

We'll be going over our content areas, reviewing our initial call for papers, talking about our philosophy for the conference and assigning leads for each of the content areas.

We're looking for people who can coordinate the activities of a few people in review committees, can commit to 10-15 hours of reviewing and responding time over the next two months. We figure we'll have 3-4 in-person meetings before we finalize acceptance of presentations on April 1!

Anything else you're interested in chatting about? Send it to the list, and we'll make an agenda.

Several people may retire to a nearby bar for #afterhours hacking.

Let us know if you can make it!

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Sunday
Mar 22, 2009
Open Source Bridge code, text and outreach sprint
Ristretto Roasters (N Williams)

Join us to work on one or more of the following tasks to help the Open Source Bridge conference:

  1. Code: Add features and specs to the OpenConferenceWare conference app. Our task list and source code are online. Join in if you've got Ruby on Rails coding experience, such as contributing code to Calagator.

  2. Text: Compose documents for outreach to user groups, educational institutions, open source projects, and the like.

  3. Outreach: Contact user group leaders, educators, open source projects, mailing lists, etc to encourage them to spread the word about the conference and submit proposals.

We'll meet up at Ristretto[1] at 10am, then move on to a working lunch nearby at the Lompoc 5th Quadrant[2]. Some members will leave as soon as 2pm, but others will stay on later. Join us for however much of this you can.

Thanks!

-igal

[1] Ristretto Coffee: 3808 N Williams Ave, Portland, OR 97213 -- http://ristrettoroasters.com/2008/10/dylans-photo-tour/#more-111 [2] Lompoc, 5th Quadrant: 3901 N Williams Ave, Portland, OR -- http://www.newoldlompoc.com/5thquadranthome.html

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Sunday
Apr 5, 2009
Open Source Bridge code and outreach sprint
Urban Grind Coffee House

Please join us on Sunday, April 5th to work on:

  1. Code: Add features and specs (tests) to the OpenConferenceWare (OCW) conference app. Join in if you have Ruby on Rails coding experience, such as contributing code to Calagator. See task list for details.

  2. Outreach: Contact user group leaders, educators, open source projects, mailing lists, etc to encourage them to spread the word about the conference and submit proposals.

We'll meet up at Northwest Urban Grind at 10am. Later in the day, we'll have a working lunch at the dining space between the Hot Lips Pizza and Laughing Planet at the Ecotrust Building. Join us for however much of this you can.

Thanks!

-igal

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Saturday
Apr 18, 2009
Open Source Bridge work sprint
Urban Grind Coffee House

Please join us on Saturday, April 18th to work on:

  1. Code: Add features to our OpenConferenceWare conference app. Join in if you have Ruby on Rails coding experience. We’re planning to add a schedule grid, personal schedule planner, personal schedule export, and other improvements.
  2. Tests: Add specs (tests) to currently uncovered code and refactor code for clarity and correctness. Join in if you have RSpec or Cucumber experience.
  3. Outreach: Contact speakers, compose articles, and publicize the sessions.
  4. Attendee wiki: Provide structure and content for a wiki that attendees can use to share information, like where to eat, what to do, etc.
  5. Birds of Feather sessions (BoFs) planning: Prepare wiki instructions, Google spreadsheet, or requirements for a custom Rails app to capture registrations for BoFs.
  6. Hacker lounge planning: Prepare projects and structure for arranging space in the 24-hour hacker lounge.

We’ll meet up at Urban Grind Northwest at 10am. Later in the day, we’ll have a working lunch at BridgePort Brew Pub. Join us for however much of this you can.

Thanks!

PS: If you plan to participate, please also join mailing lists related to your interest area.

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Wednesday
Jun 3, 2009
Open Source Bridge: Volunteer Orientation
Webtrends

Open Source Bridge is a new conference for developers working with open source technologies and for people interested in learning the open source way.

Interested in helping out during the Open Source Bridge conference? Next week we're having a Volunteer Orientation where you'll be able to learn about the available volunteer positions and sign-up for shifts. If you're still interesting in helping, please attend.

Date & Time: Wednesday, June 3rd, 7pm Location: Webtrends, 851 SW 6th Ave # 600, Portland, OR 97204

WebTrends is located on SW 6th Ave, between SW Taylor and SW Yamhill. The building doesn't yet have signage, but it's right next to the Men’s Warehouse.

Once you’re in the building you’ll need to let the security guard know you are going to Webtrends so he can get you to the 16th floor (the elevators remain on the 1st floor after 6pm unless you have a code for them).

Don't already have a ticket to Open Source Bridge? Volunteer at least 8 hours on-site and receive a free conference pass.

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Tuesday
Jun 16, 2009
PDXPHP Kickoff Meeting for Open Source Bridge featuring Rasmus Lerdorf
Portland State University (PSU) - Smith Memorial Center

Rasmus Lerdorf will be in town for Open Source Bridge and has graciously offered to lead a meeting for PDXPHP. So the Tuesday before the OSBridge festivities kick off, He (and possible a few other speakers in town), will lead a discussion on various PHP and web topics. Rasmus is of course know for creating the PHP language but is also an expert in application security, and is currently employed with Yahoo as an Infrastructure Architecture Engineer, so there will be no shortage of interesting topics for this meeting.

  • event is in room 338

Pizza and Beverages provided so show up hungry *Note this meeting is the 3rd Tuesday of the month (not the regular 2nd Tuesday)

Special thanks to our sponsor:

Fine Design Group

Fine Design Group

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Wednesday
Jun 17, 2009
Open Source Bridge
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Open Source Bridge is a three-day open source developers conference, focused on bringing people from a range of technology backgrounds together to share their knowledge and explore what it means to be an open source citizen.

In order to create a conference that promotes cross-pollination as well as providing space for in-depth discussion, the tracks are divided into the following five areas:

Cooking: Useful recipes for software development, systems administration, and working with open source.

Chemistry: Understanding how our systems work, in order to improve and extend.

Business: Building open source businesses that thrive.

Culture: Exploring how open source extends through technology into our communities.

Hacks: Tinkering, experimenting and bending the rules to make hardware and software do what we want.

The final day of the conference will be structured in an unconference format, to allow participants to reflect and build on the previous days' discussions.

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Saturday
Feb 27, 2010
Open Source Bridge Work Sprint
Market Street Pub

Come help with volunteer tasks for Open Source Bridge, likely including technical work, outreach activities, and ...?

Our blog announcement! http://opensourcebridge.org/blog/2010/02/volunteer-sprint-20100227/

See notes from the last sprint at http://opensourcebridge.org/blog/2010/02/volunteer-sprint-1-stuff-we-did/

This week:

Please join us Saturday, February 27, 2010 beginning at 11:00a for a Volunteer Work Sprint and tour of the PAM's Mark Building!

Activities to include:

Help plan Parties and Fun Extras!

  • Fun Extras at Open Source Bridge - from Bike Rides to Karaoke to Massage to Rock Star
  • Ada Lovelace Day - OSbridge Fundraising Party - March 24 - can we do it?
  • Speakers Party
  • Hackers Lounge

Getting ready for Open Source Bridge

  • Review existing logistics tasks and add missing items
  • Preliminary on-site planning, start working on setup checklists, volunteer rotation schedule, onsite registration checklists etc.
  • Start talking about AV setup including a plan for streaming, recording and publishing conference content
  • Very preliminary draft of Master Conference Schedule

Hope to see you tomorrow!

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Saturday
Mar 13, 2010
Open Source Bridge Work Sprint
Market Street Pub

Come help with volunteer tasks for Open Source Bridge, likely including technical work, outreach activities, and ...?

This week:

Please join us Saturday, March 13, 2010 beginning at 11:00 am for a Volunteer Work Sprint.

Stuff we'll work on:

  • Contacting User Groups, potential speakers
  • Formulating blog posts for posting audio content
  • Strategizing around sponsorships
  • Programming improvements for OpenConferenceWare
  • Creative ways of using $100 worth of Adwords

Please join us!

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Saturday
Apr 10, 2010
Open Source Bridge volunteer sprint
Market Street Pub

The next Open Source Bridge volunteer sprint will be this Saturday, April 10th at the Market Street Pub. We’ll be there from 11am till 5pm, but you can come to as much of it as you’d like. Add this event to your calendar.

Some things we need your help with:

  • Audio: We need to process last year’s audio from our sessions and be ready to quickly process this upcoming year’s audio. It would be great if you could download the 2009 event’s audio, familiarize yourself with it, think about how to clean it up so it can be posted, and bring it along with your computer to the sprint.

  • Wiki: We want to provide useful information to our attendees and offer structure to help them organize and contribute information through our wiki. There is a lot of useful content on our 2009 wiki that can be used as inspiration for content to add to the 2010 wiki.

  • OpenConferenceWare: We have a few branches containing valuable contributions to our open source conference software that we’d like to finish reviewing and testing so we can incorporate them, including security improvements, performance fixes and software upgrades.

  • Complimentary ticket issuer: We’d like to make it easier for our volunteer staff to be able to issue complimentary tickets to speakers, raffle winners, and volunteers. We have developed a plan (PDF) for doing this, and need to start development.

  • Hacker lounge planning: We have a 24-hour on-site “hacker lounge” this year for attendees to collaborate and hang out at. We need to discuss how to organize events in this room to provide just enough structure to help attendees without stifling their creativity.

  • Logistics, venue and activity planning: We’re using the beautiful Portland Art Museum Mark Building as our venue this year. Discuss how to make the best use of this space and incorporate fun activities ranging from mobile donut trucks to on-site massages with our logistics crew.

  • Or whatever you think would be helpful.

Thanks and see you at the sprint!

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Monday
Apr 26, 2010
Open Source Bridge Volunteer Meet & Greet
Lucky Labrador Overlook Tap Room

Interested in volunteering at this year's Open Source Bridge? Come to our first volunteer meet & greet of the year where you can learn about our onsite volunteer positions as well as other tasks for which we can use your help.

About Open Source Bridge: OSBridge is an all volunteer-run conference for developers working with open source technologies and for people interested in learning the open source way.

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Saturday
May 1, 2010
Open Source Bridge Work Sprint
Market Street Pub

Come help with volunteer tasks for Open Source Bridge, likely including technical work, outreach activities, and ...?

This week:

Please join us Saturday, May 1, 2010 beginning at 11:00 am for a Volunteer Work Sprint.

Stuff we'll work on:

  • Planning for contacting attendees and speakers
  • Planning around an art display and reception at City Hall
  • Writing blog posts to get the word out about our awesome talk lineup!
  • Strategizing around sponsorships
  • Work on documenting requirements for enhancements to Open Conference Ware around email contact management of speakers

Please join us!

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Saturday
May 8, 2010
Open Source Bridge Work Sprint
Ristretto Roasters (N Williams)

A few of us are getting together to do work sprinting for Open Source Bridge. It's a beautiful day, so our plan is to occupy the patio at http://ristrettoroasters.com - Ristretto (3808 N Williams Ave) until my battery runs out, and then enjoy a pint at the http://www.newoldlompoc.com/5thquadrant_home.html - Fifth Quadrant in the early afternoon.

I'll head over to Ristretto at 11am. Come join us if you'd like to work on a few things for the conference, or if you'd just like to hang out on this fine day. We'll be working on sponsorship-related things, checking over the schedule, writing blog posts about talks we're really looking forward to seeing, and shoring up details for the Hacker Lounge, parties, and generally fun stuff around the conference.

Leslie Hawthorn (formerly program manager for Google Summer of Code), and a few people from the OSU Open Source Lab are also coming out today.

We hope you're having a lovely day and hope to see you!

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Tuesday
May 11, 2010
Open Source Bridge Volunteer Meet & Greet
Lucky Labrador Overlook Tap Room

Interested in volunteering at this year's Open Source Bridge? Come to our first volunteer meet & greet of the year where you can learn about our onsite volunteer positions as well as other tasks for which we can use your help.

About Open Source Bridge: OSBridge is an all volunteer-run conference for developers working with open source technologies and for people interested in learning the open source way.

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Saturday
May 15, 2010
Open Source Bridge Work Sprint [cancelled]
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There is no work sprint this weekend. See you next time!

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Monday
May 24, 2010
Open Source Bridge Volunteer Meet & Greet
Lucky Labrador Brew Pub

Interested in volunteering at this year's Open Source Bridge? Come to our first volunteer meet & greet of the year where you can learn about our onsite volunteer positions as well as other tasks for which we can use your help.

If you can't make it, but want to volunteer, check out: http://opensourcebridge.org/2010/wiki/How_to_Sign-up

About Open Source Bridge: OSBridge is an all volunteer-run conference for developers working with open source technologies and for people interested in learning the open source way.

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Monday
May 31, 2010
Open Source Bridge Volunteer Meet & Greet
Portland Art Museum, Mark Building

Interested in volunteering at this year's Open Source Bridge? Come to our last volunteer meet & greet of the year where you can learn about our onsite volunteer positions as well as other tasks for which we can use your help.

If you can't make it, but want to volunteer, check out: http://opensourcebridge.org/2010/wiki/How_to_Sign-up

About Open Source Bridge: OSBridge is an all volunteer-run conference for developers working with open source technologies and for people interested in learning the open source way.

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Tuesday
Jun 1, 2010
Open Source Bridge 2010
through Portland Art Museum, Mark Building

Open Source Bridge is an open source developers conference, focused on bringing people from a range of technology backgrounds together to share their knowledge and explore what it means to be an open source citizen.

Find out more about attending at http://opensourcebridge.org/attend

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Thursday
Jun 3, 2010
CiviCode Day Event (redux)
Portland Art Museum, Mark Building

CiviCode Day will be co-located with the Hacker Lounge of Open Source Bridge at the Portland Art Museum, in the Sunken Ballroom of the Mark Building. An un-conference styled event, kicked off with a keynote address by our Mayor, Sam Adams, followed by brief introductions of project ideas in the morning, then breaking out into groups for the remainder of the day for a "hack-a-thon" with your peers. The last hour or so will be reserved for a show-and-tell of our work.

CiviCode Day is dedicated to the sharing and mashing up of your ideas with your peers.

  • Share and Discuss your project ideas with others
  • Get Your Questions Answered on readily available datasets and/or inform data providers first hand of what type of datasets you need to turn your ideas into reality
  • Discover or Recruit Others to collaborate with on interesting projects
  • Mashup Prototypes as proof-of-concepts or more with your fellow developers
  • CiviCode Day will be attended by developers, collaboration seekers, data providers, contest organizers, and a wide array of local business people looking to learn more about the CivicApps.org project.

    To learn more about the Open Source Bridge Conference, please see http://opensourcebridge.org

    Registration is limited, so register today and connect with your peers!

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Wednesday
Jul 28, 2010
OSBridge 2011 General Interest Meeting
NedSpace Old Town

Are you interested in planning the 2011 Open Source Bridge conference?

The come to our first meeting for next year's conference. We'll be talking about the needs for next year and starting to form the organizing team for 2011.

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Monday
Feb 21, 2011
Open Source Bridge Volunteer Meetup
Lucky Labrador Overlook Tap Room

Our first general volunteer gathering of 2011! Come learn about volunteer opportunities at this year's Open Source Bridge, meet some of the core team and socialize with other volunteers.

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Thursday
Mar 31, 2011
OSBridge - Last Minute Proposal Sprint
Lucky Labrador Brew Pub

Proposals for Open Source Bridge are due Thursday, March 31st at 11:59pm PDT. Come work on your proposal with fellow procrastinators! Members of the OSBridge team will be on hand to answer your questions.

Co-located with the weekly Thursday night hackathon.

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Monday
Apr 4, 2011
Open Source Bridge Volunteer Meetup
Lucky Labrador Overlook Tap Room

Come learn about volunteer opportunities at this year's Open Source Bridge, get an update on our progress so far, and meet some of the core team and socialize with other volunteers.

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Monday
Jun 6, 2011
Open Source Bridge Volunteer Meetup
Lucky Labrador Overlook Tap Room

Come learn about volunteer opportunities at this year's Open Source Bridge, get an update on our progress so far, and meet some of the core team and socialize with other volunteers.

Don't want to wait for the meetup? The volunteer schedule is now open for sign-ups. Visit the "How to Sign-Up" page on our wiki for full instructions on how to sign-up as a volunteer: http://opensourcebridge.org/2011/wiki/How_to_Sign-Up

If you can’t come to any of the meet and greets, or the orientation, or just have questions before then, please contact our volunteer coordinator, Shepherd Griffin at [email protected].

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Monday
Jun 13, 2011
Open Source Bridge Volunteer Meetup
Lucky Labrador Overlook Tap Room

Come learn about volunteer opportunities at this year's Open Source Bridge, get an update on our progress so far, and meet some of the core team and socialize with other volunteers.

Don't want to wait for the meetup? The volunteer schedule is now open for sign-ups. Visit the "How to Sign-Up" page on our wiki for full instructions on how to sign-up as a volunteer: http://opensourcebridge.org/2011/wiki/How_to_Sign-Up

If you can’t come to any of the meet and greets, or the orientation, or just have questions before then, please contact our volunteer coordinator, Shepherd Griffin at [email protected].

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Tuesday
Jun 14, 2011
Open Source Bridge Volunteer Meetup
U.S. Bancorp Tower

Come learn about volunteer opportunities at this year's Open Source Bridge, get an update on our progress so far, and meet some of the core team and socialize with other volunteers.

Don't want to wait for the meetup? The volunteer schedule is now open for sign-ups. Visit the "How to Sign-Up" page on our wiki for full instructions on how to sign-up as a volunteer: http://opensourcebridge.org/2011/wiki/How_to_Sign-Up

If you can’t come to any of the meet and greets, or the orientation, or just have questions before then, please contact our volunteer coordinator, Shepherd Griffin at [email protected].

NOTE: We'll meet in the second floor break area. It is open to the public.

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Monday
Jun 20, 2011
Open Source Bridge Volunteer Orientation
Eliot Center (First Unitarian Church)

If you're volunteering for the conference, please try to attend one of the two orientations on-site, the day before the conference.

Visit the "How to Sign-Up" page on our wiki for full instructions on how to sign-up as a volunteer: http://opensourcebridge.org/2011/wiki/How_to_Sign-Up

If you can’t come to any of the meet and greets, or the orientation, or just have questions before then, please contact our volunteer coordinator, Shepherd Griffin at [email protected].

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Open Source Bridge Volunteer Orientation
Eliot Center (First Unitarian Church)

If you're volunteering for the conference, please try to attend one of the two orientations on-site, the day before the conference.

Visit the "How to Sign-Up" page on our wiki for full instructions on how to sign-up as a volunteer: http://opensourcebridge.org/2011/wiki/How_to_Sign-Up

If you can’t come to any of the meet and greets, or the orientation, or just have questions before then, please contact our volunteer coordinator, Shepherd Griffin at [email protected].

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Tuesday
Jun 21, 2011
Open Source Bridge 2011
through Eliot Center (First Unitarian Church)

Open Source Bridge is an open source developers conference, focused on bringing people from a range of technology backgrounds together to share their knowledge and explore what it means to be an open source citizen.

Find out more about attending at http://opensourcebridge.org/attend

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Tuesday
Mar 27, 2012
Code 'n' Splode: Conference Proposal Sprint
Collective Agency Downtown

Topic: Conference Proposal Sprint.

Thinking of submitting a talk idea to a technical conference? Bring your ideas and drafts to this evening's Code 'n' Splode for feedback and advice. We'll follow a casual workshop format.

This sprint is geared towards Open Source Bridge, whose proposal deadline is this Friday, but you can work on and get feedback on proposals for any conference.

**Note: Code-n-Splode (CnS) is a women-focused group. All self-identified women and genderqueer persons are invited to attend and participate, and men are welcome as the guest of a female participant.

For more information, visit our website, or send an email to our list.

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Tuesday
Jun 26, 2012
Open Source Bridge 2012
through Eliot Center (First Unitarian Church)

Open Source Bridge is an open source developers conference, focused on bringing people from a range of technology backgrounds together to share their knowledge and explore what it means to be an open source citizen.

Find out more at http://opensourcebridge.org/

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Wednesday
Jan 9, 2013
Open Source Bridge: Planning Meeting
Google Hangout

View Google event to get Hangout details: https://plus.google.com/events/cdcrnfrlku5lstuimfe92e9a5a0

Interested in helping make OSBridge happen? Join us for an open planning meeting.

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Thursday
Mar 7, 2013
OSBridge Proposal Workshop (with PDX Weekly Hackathon)
Lucky Labrador Brew Pub

Members of the Open Source Bridge planning committee will be on hand to encourage and help people work on their speaker proposal submissions. Come with questions about tracks or previous content and we'll answer them.

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Thursday
Mar 21, 2013
OSBridge Proposal Workshop 2 (with PDX Weekly Hackathon)
Lucky Labrador Brew Pub

We're holding a get together to help people work on their Open Source Bridge speaker proposals. Come join us and we can help answer any questions you have about tracks, past topics, or the conference in general.

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Friday
May 31, 2013
Open Source Bridge Volunteer Happy Hour

Interested in volunteering at this year's Open Source Bridge? Join us at the Green Dragon to get all of your questions answered and sign up for shifts.

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Tuesday
Jun 18, 2013
Open Source Bridge 2013
through Eliot Center (First Unitarian Church)

Open Source Bridge is an open source developers conference, focused on bringing people from a range of technology backgrounds together to share their knowledge and explore what it means to be an open source citizen.

Find out more at http://opensourcebridge.org/

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Tuesday
Jun 24, 2014
Volunteer for Open Source Bridge
through Eliot Center (First Unitarian Church)

Your software is peer-produced. Why not your conference? Open Source Bridge is pioneered and planned by a team of open source developers and technologists. Join them!

You get free admission to the conference, we get 8 hours of your time (it doesn't have to be all at once).

We need people to help set everything up, organize meals, run speaker sessions, throw a party, pour a few pints, man the hacker lounge, and tear it all down at the end. If any of that sounds like something you could do, sign up here, http://volunteer.opensourcebridge.org

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Open Source Bridge 2014
through Eliot Center (First Unitarian Church)

Open Source Bridge is an open source developers conference, focused on bringing people from a range of technology backgrounds together to share their knowledge and explore what it means to be an open source citizen.

Find out more at http://opensourcebridge.org/

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Tuesday
Jun 23, 2015
Open Source Bridge 2015
through Eliot Center (First Unitarian Church)

Open Source Bridge is an open source developers' and makers' conference, focused on bringing people from a range of technology backgrounds together to share our knowledge and explore what it means to be an open source citizen.

Find out more at http://opensourcebridge.org/

The call for talks will open in January 2015 and we welcome talks from first-time and experienced speakers!

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Tuesday
Jun 21, 2016
Open Source Bridge 2016
through Eliot Center (First Unitarian Church)

Open Source Bridge is an open source developers' and makers' conference, focused on bringing people from a range of technology backgrounds together to share our knowledge and explore what it means to be an open source citizen.

Find out more at http://opensourcebridge.org/

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Tuesday
Jun 20
Open Source Bridge 2017
through Eliot Center (First Unitarian Church)

Open Source Bridge is an open source developer and maker conference, focused on bringing people from a range of technology backgrounds together to share our knowledge and explore what it means to be an open source citizen.

For our 9th year, we’re changing things up a little, given the political, cultural, and economic crossroads we find ourselves at right now. We’ve added a new track to explore how activists are using technology, how open source communities are supporting activists, and how other open source and activist communities intersect. To encourage new connections, we’re also holding a project night in the Hacker Lounge to partner with community groups and individual projects looking for new contributors and adding a Community Organizer track to our Friday Unconference day.

2017 keynotes

  • Nicole Sanchez (VP of Social Impact @ GitHub)
  • Emily Gorcenski (Senior Data Scientist @ Simple)
  • Walé Ogundipé (Software Engineer @ Avvo)

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