Articles tagged with events


Highlights from OSCON 2012 and the Community Leadership Summit

Tim O'Reilly's 2012 OSCON keynote
Whether you're in Portland trying to keep up with everything, or at home and following along, here are some mid-week highlights from OSCON 2012.Read more

David Eaves' OSCON keynote encourages open source communities to apply negotiation theory among contributors

OSCON podium
David Eaves ( read his posts ) is an open government and open data expert with a background in negotiation theory. In his OSCON 2012...Read more

Penguicon--Would you like some sci-fi in your open source?

Perhaps you've looked around a Linux conference and noticed more than a few "Han Shot First" t-shirts. Or maybe you enjoy sci-fi cons and are always...Read more

Open source has a cyber security posse heading to POSSCON

Open source has a cyber security posse heading to POSSCON
One of my favorite projects I have the good fortune to be contributing to was created by the US Department of Homeland Security Science and...Read more

SCaLE celebrates a successful tenth year as a premier Linux conference

The Southern California Linux Expo (SCaLE) was one of the earliest regional Linux gatherings and celebrated its tenth year late last month. Many of...Read more

FUDCon Pune: The making of a conference

FUDCon Pune
FUDCon is the Fedora Users and Developers Conference, held multiple times a year in different parts of the world. Each region (North America, EMEA,...Read more

Map of open source conferences and events

Map of open source conferences and events
We've already asked you to help compile a list of open source events and conferences . Now we've got a map. What's missing? Leave a comment with the...Read more

Event report: FUDCon Pune

FUDCon Pune
Day I, Friday, November 4, 2011 I arrived early on day I of FUDCon Pune 2011 to help with the registration desk. We had different counters for...Read more