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A decade of gathering open source citizens: Portland’s Open Source Bridge turns 10

Ten years ago, the current Portland startup community was just starting to coalesce. And it’s no secret that many of the connections, gatherings, and events that made that possible were very much due to a substantially larger and more well connected tech community—the open source community—whose activity served as the foundation for the growing community of tech entrepreneurs.

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Calling all open source citizens: Open Source Bridge is nearly upon us

It’s that time of year again. Portland’s homegrown, volunteer-run open source conference—Open Source Bridge—is almost here. Now in it’s sixth year, the conference continues its by developer, for developers focus, bringing some amazing speakers to town and highlighting some of the incredible talent we have here in our own backyard. Read More

Looking for some open source awesomeness? Open Source Bridge 2013 could be exactly what you need

It’s hard to believe Open Source Bridge is five years old. And it’s come a long way since those early days when we were working to hack together a conference to make up for the absence of OSCON in 2009. Read More

Thinking about speaking at Open Source Bridge? Quit thinking and start proposing… err think AND complete your proposal

Ah spring! When a young person’s thoughts turn to that of speaking at a variety of events. And as luck would have it, there’s the opportunity to speak at an awesome event right here in town. If you get on it. The Open Source Bridge call for proposals ends March 23 at midnight. Read More

Open Source Bridge 2012 opens Tuesday

We like to say that Portland is the de facto home of open source. And by “we” I mean “me.” Which makes that sentence grammatically incorrect, doesn’t it? But I digress.

Portland’s place in the world of open source is never more evident than the summer, when any number of open-source oriented events come to town. This week, it’s time once again for our homegrown open source event, Open Source Bridge, this Tuesday through Friday. Read More

REMINDER: Open Source Bridge accepting talk proposals until midnight, procrastinator pants

Sure sure. You were going to get to it. Because you really had this awesome talk on open source sort of stuff. Something riveting. And insightful. And entertaining.

You were totally going to submit that talk for Open Source Bridge, the conference for open source citizens. But then you never got around to it. Well, get on it. You’ve got until midnight tonight. Read More

Open Source Bridge opens call for talk proposals

It’s a well-known fact that Portland has a ton of open source activity, from projects to user groups to events. And one of the best events is our own homegrown conference, Open Source Bridge.

What makes the OS Bridge so good? Well, the talks for one thing. And now, you have a chance to be a speaker at this year’s gathering. Read More

Portland Mayor Sam Adams addresses the beautiful people of Open Source Bridge

One of the highlights of Open Source Bridge—year after year—has to be when the mayor of Portland, Oregon, Mayor Sam Adams, takes the stage to address the attendees, to celebrate all that they have accomplished, and to challenge them to do more in the future. Read More

Open Source Bridge happy hour: Mozilla and Emma hosting a get together at the Cleaners

We’re right in the thick of it. Open Source Bridge is providing tons of good content. People are tweeting about #osb11 on the Twitters. And a whole bunch of open source types are falling in love with Portland all over again.

But unfortunately, all the fun will be over soon. But not before Mozilla and Emma throw one last shindig. So if you’re in town for Open Source Bridge, swinging by Open Source Bridge, or thinking about trying to weasel your way into an exclusive party, this post is for you. Read More

Manic Monday: UX Tweetup, Open Source Bridge volunteer meeting, and Failures, Conjectures & Closure

Well, it must be spring. Because there are tech events cropping up all over. And this week is starting off with a bang. Problem being? Conflicts. You’ve got to pick and choose your activities for tonight.

Your choices? Well, tonight, you’ve got three big ones (and probably others I’ve missed). There’s a UX Tweetup at the Green Dragon with Whitney Hess, an Open Source Bridge volunteer meeting at Lucky Lab Overlook Tap Room, and Failures, Conjectures & Closure at PIE. Read More

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