Forum: Ruby Open Source Bridge Call for Proposals: We welcome your ideas (until March 31)

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M. Edward (Ed) Borasky (Guest)
on 2009-02-09 21:17
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We are happy to announce that the Open Source Bridge Call for
Proposals is now open!

We would love to hear all of those interesting ideas you have in your
head—and so would everyone else. That’s why we will be accepting your
proposals for Open Source Bridge talks through March 31.

What kind of proposals, you ask? Open Source Bridge strives to be a
different kind of open source conference. We’re not focusing on
specific languages, platforms, or pursuits. We’re focusing on what it
means to be a responsible open source citizen. As such, we’ve worked
to craft categories that allow people to share their thoughts and
ideas, independent of their chosen development methods.

Those categories include:

    * Cooking: Crafting useful recipes for software development,
systems administration, and working with open source.
    * Chemistry: Understanding how our systems work, in order to
improve and extend.
    * Business: Building open source businesses that thrive.
    * Culture: Exploring how open source extends through technology
into our communities.
    * Hacks: Tinkering, experimenting and bending the rules to make
hardware and software do what we want.

Need more details? See the guidance for submitting a proposal.

http://opensourcebridge.org/call-for-proposals/

So what are you waiting for? We’d love to hear what you have to say.
Begin creating your proposal today.

http://opensourcebridge.org/events/2009/proposals/

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M. Edward (Ed) Borasky

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M. Edward (Ed) Borasky

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