February 19th, 2009

Silicon Florist’s links arrangement for February 19


Open Source Citizenship « Dyepot, Teapot

Audrey Eschright writes “When we started working on Open Source Bridge, Selena and I came up with the term “open source citizenship” to describe what we hoped to explore. We’re planning a conference that will connect developers across projects, across languages, across backgrounds to learn from each other. We want people to experience something beyond “how to use tool X” or “why databases keel over when you do Y” (even though those topics are important, making up our tools and trade, and will be a central part of the conference content). We’d like to share what open source means to us, what it offers, where we struggle, and why we do this day in and day out, even when we’re not paid for it.”

(tags: audreyeschright spinnerin opensourcebridge bridge events)

Online Community Expert Interview: Dawn Foster, Fast Wonder Consulting

Via Online Community Report “This month’s Expert Interview is with Dawn Foster, Online Community & Social Media Consultant at Fast Wonder Consulting in Portland, Oregon.”

(tags: dawnfoster geekygirldawn interview community portland oregon fastwonder)

‘Oregon Fail’ and the state’s economic outlook – Silicon Forest

Mike Rogoway writes “Writing for Forbes.com today, in an article titled ‘Oregon Fail,’ Joel Kotkin blames Oregon’s left-leaning policies for the state’s miserable economy and for the outflow of high-tech manufacturing jobs.”

(tags: oregon rogoway oregonian fail siliconforest)

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2 Responses to “Silicon Florist’s links arrangement for February 19”

  1. Cool, the links are back! Happy to see them return. Was it much of a challenge with delicious?

  2. Rick Turoczy says:

    The interface is a bit clunky and there’s no “template” to speak of. So I’m still searching for better option.

    But I’m currently drowning in good links. I had to do something. :)


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