June 16th, 2009

Still considering Open Source Bridge? Make a day of it for $99

Still considering Open Source Bridge? Make a day of it for $99

Today marks the opening of Open Source Bridge, the entirely volunteer run open source conference being held at the Oregon Convention Center June 17-19.

And I know you’re busy. But you’re still tempted right? I know. But three days? That’s a lot of time away from your projects.

Tell you what, why don’t you just go for one day? That’s right. Day passes to Open Source Bridge are now available for $99.

Pick a day that works for you. Maybe there’s some cool stuff on Wednesday you’d like to see—like open source microblogging or assholes are killing your project. Or maybe Thursday—with Portland Mayor Sam Adams’ keynote and talking about social network supermarkets—is more your speed.

What’s that? Less structure? Well then opt for Friday which is entirely unconference, like all the Camps around here we love so much.

And yes, rest assured that any day pass also grants you access to the hacker lounge at the top of the Hilton.

How do you sign up? Just show on the day you want to attend. The nice folks at Open Source Bridge will be happy to help.

To paraphrase a Portland icon, “$99 is a very good price” for the depth of content and interactions Open Source Bridge promises.

And who knows? You might even get the chance to see Wil Wheaton.

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