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Oct 26, 2010
Open Data Summit - An OpenGovWest Event
Oregon State Unversity Foundation Portland Center

In collaboration with Knowledge as Power, the Oregon State University Foundation and the GOSCON 2010 conference are pleased to host the Open Data Summit. The summit will bring together attendees with government, civic, and technology interests to collaborate on standards issues. The summit is intended for IT managers for governments, CIOs, government clerks, policy staff, communications staff, those involved with programs, open government leadership, academics, government-related application or online service developers. All levels and areas of government welcome.

Space is limited to 30 attendees. You can view the full list of planned sessions and request an invitation on the Open Data Summit site.

GOSCON 2010 Meetup
The Nines Hotel

Join attendees of Government Open Source Conference (GOSCON) 2010 and the Open Data Summit for a pre-conference meet up.

Everyone is welcome to attend the meetup. This event will give local government open source, open government and government transparency aficionados the opportunity to meet, mingle and enjoy a game of billiards. We will convene in The Library Room at the Nines Hotel. The Library Room serves cocktails and light refreshments, but folks looking for more substantial fare may wish to dine in the adjacent hotel restaurant, Urban Farmer.

Oct 27, 2010
Government Open Source Conference (GOSCON) 2010
through The Nines Hotel

GOSCON is the Government Open Source Conference, an annual event produced by Oregon State University's Open Source Lab. Now in its fifth year, the conference focuses on the role of open source software and collaboration as an enabler of leading Open Government and Transparency initiatives throughout the United States. Speakers come from all levels of government, from City Officials to Federal Agencies. Notable past speakers include Aneesh Chopra, now Chief Technology Officer of the United States, Vivek Kundra, now Chief Information Officer of the United States, and Dugan Petty, Chief Information Officer of the State of Oregon. The conference has welcomed visitors from as far afield as Brazil, Belgium, Japan and Russia.

Attendees will be treated to in-depth explorations of Open technology strategy, policy, acquisitions, operations, organizational readiness, exemplary projects and use cases in our breakout sessions. Conference content includes lessons learned in the development and integration of open source solutions into agency environments, exposure to projects and existing software applications and services, and opportunities to establish and foster relationships for collaboration around shared interests. GOSCON offers a place for government and industry luminaries and to gather, present and network with representatives from both public and private sectors, in a non-commercial setting.

May 6, 2016
First Fridays Free Days
Collective Agency Downtown

Come work and have conversations at Collective Agency during our First Fridays Free Days, and join an optional potluck lunch.

Members, come as usual, and you can bring guests, it’ll be the same for you as it is every day but with more people here.

There are 2 requirements: 1) RSVP at or or Twitter @CollectiveAgenC with the time you expect to be here, what you’ll be working on (you can include a link to a website or social media), and what you’re looking for. This will be posted on our website, RSVP pages, and here on the wall. 2) While you’re here, aside from lunch, you’ll find ways to talk with at least 2 people here for at least 30 minutes total.

Schedule: • 9am – Open for free • 12pm – Optional potluck lunch • 5pm – End of Open House

People here for free will have access to the big loft room, the kitchen, and restrooms, but not: conference rooms, locker storage, computer monitors. You can come in groups of up to 14 people but everybody has to qualify and do the actions described above. There are no age restrictions.

The community guidelines are the core of the terms of service: