REMINDER: Open Source Bridge 2010 town hall meeting tonight at NedSpace Old Town

So if you’ve got a few extra cycles and have an interest in open source, I highly suggest you swing by NedSpace Old Town to help the Open Source Bridge folks plan Open Source Bridge 2010, tonight.

If I’ve said it once, I’ve said it a thousand times (at least): Portland loves the open source. Loves it. From user groups to committing to code to supporting all things open, it’s part of the very makeup of our tech community. And no single event proves that love for open source more than Open Source Bridge, an entirely volunteer-run event that focuses on what it takes to be a good open source citizen.

Yes, you read that right. It’s entirely volunteer run. So if you’ve got a few extra cycles and have an interest in open source, I highly suggest you swing by NedSpace Old Town to help the Open Source Bridge folks plan Open Source Bridge 2010, tonight.

Join the Open Source Bridge Organization Team for a Town Hall event. We’ll be sharing with you our plans for this year’s conference as well as announcing the date we’ll open the call for proposals. We also want to hear your input about the sessions you’d like to see this year.

For more information or to RSVP, see Open Source Bridge 2010 Town Hall on Upcoming.

  1. […] At last week’s town hall, the Open Source Bridge folks announced the dates for this year’s event would be June 1-4, 2010. And now that that cat is out of the proverbial bag, they’re ready to hit the ground running—with a volunteer sprint. […]

  2. […] last week’s town hall, the Open Source Bridge folks announced the dates for this year’s event would be June 1-4, […]

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