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Spreading the dandelions: Open Your World recap

Posted 28 May 2010 by 

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Thank you to all who joined us for the first Open Your World forum yesterday, and a special thanks to our speakers. We hope you all learned something new to apply to your lives.

If you weren't able to join us, or if you'd like to see a session again, you can listen to any of the session recordings. We've also added the PDFs of the presentation slides below as attachments to this post. We'll also be posting a few followup articles related to some of the presentations.

But now we'd like to talk about the future. What were your favorite topics at this Open Your World, and what/who would you like to see at the next one? What did you like this time, and what could we do differently? Sound off in the comments.

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PDF icon Open Source for America, Jeremy Allison and Terri Molini451.66 KB
PDF icon Open Source License Compliance, Richard Fontana302.56 KB
PDF icon The Stimulus and Standards, Dr. John Halamka277.12 KB
PDF icon The Challenges and Rewards of Diving In, Matt Jadud254.12 KB
PDF icon Wikimedia: Strategic Planning the Open Source Way, Eugene Eric Kim1.35 MB
PDF icon Free and Open Technologies: A Policy Update from the European Union, Karsten Gerloff and Graham Taylor269.26 KB
PDF icon Transformation, the Open Source Way, Michael Tiemann414.32 KB
PDF icon Radically Simple IT or... A Strategic Argument for Open Source, Dr. David Upton414.21 KB
PDF icon The Open Source Way: Creating and nurturing communities of contributors, Karsten Wade276.65 KB
PDF icon Music Q&A: Daniel James, Curt Smith, and Brad Sucks653.52 KB
File Michael Tiemann's welcome (ogg)8.05 MB
File The Open Source Way: Creating and nurturing communities of contributors, Karsten Wade (ogg)47.71 MB
File Open Source License Compliance, Richard Fontana (ogg)55.51 MB
File Open Source for America, Jeremy Allison and Terri Molini (ogg)53.81 MB
File Transformation, the Open Source Way, Michael Tiemann (ogg)55.44 MB
File The Stimulus and Standards, Dr. John Halamka (ogg)61.25 MB
File Music Q&A: Daniel James, Curt Smith, and Brad Sucks (ogg)58.51 MB
File Wikimedia: Strategic Planning the Open Source Way, Eugene Eric Kim (ogg)60.43 MB
File The Challenges and Rewards of Diving In, Matt Jadud (ogg)55.97 MB
File Free and Open Technologies: A Policy Update from the European Union, Karsten Gerloff and Graham Taylor (ogg)59.18 MB
File Radically Simple IT or... A Strategic Argument for Open Source, Dr. David Upton (ogg)59.44 MB

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Vedavyas2012

Great post

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Ruth Suehle is the community leadership manager for Red Hat's Open Source and Standards team. She's co-author of Raspberry Pi Hacks (O'Reilly, December 2013) and a senior editor at GeekMom, a site for those who find their joy in both geekery and