So you like the open source stuff? Think you know a little about it? Maybe enough to talk to other people about it? Well then don’t just sit there, my friend. You’ve only got a few more hours to complete your proposal—a proposal that could have you presenting to hundreds of very interested open source citizens.
That’s right. The premier open source conference in Portland—Open Source Bridge—is looking for speakers. And the call for proposals is almost closed. You’ve only got until March 25 to get your proposal in the door.
Interested but not exactly sure what to submit? Have no fear. Because Open Source Bridge is, well, open—and because the OpenConferenceWare system running the proposal submissions is awesome—you get the chance to review all the proposals that have already been submitted.
There’s open sourcey thing you could imagine, from an introduction to MongoDB to Please Pirate: Intellectual Unproperty to On predicting predictors: hacking archive formats for fun and prophecy.
And that’s just the beginning.
Whether you’re a seasoned speaker or new to the game, Open Source Bridge is the perfect spot to see if you’ve got what it takes. So why not take a couple of minutes and kick in a proposal for this year.
You’ll be glad you did. If only to save yourself from the wrath of OSBridgeBot.
For more information or to submit a proposal, visit Open Source Bridge.