I’ll be keynoting at Korea’s Open Source Software Day in Seoul on November 22nd, 2001. They’ll be awarding the winner of the Open Source World Challenge. I’m planning to talk about the state of adoption by the public sector on an international basis, one of my favorite subjects. Deborah Bryant
Please join me on August 23 at the Washington Convention Center for our Seventh Annual GOSCON, this year collocated with Innovation Nation Forum. I’m very excited we’re partnering with MeriTalk for the event which takes this year’s burning government IT issues head-on. Our program this month includes a great lineup of all agency leadership – … Read more
I’m going to GOSCON 2010 – the Government Open Source Conference – of course, and as conference chair I hope I’ll see you there too. We’re back in Portland Oregon this fall. Visit the web site for news, conference program, speaker line up, and registration. So you ask me, what’s hot this year? One thing … Read more
Tomorrow I’ll tell you why I’m so excited about this month’s 2010 Government Open Source Conference, but I haven’t been blogging some much recently (@debbryant has been busier) and I didn’t want you all thinking I was doing something else this October!
As Featured on GovLoop I spend a fair amount of time at Open Source conferences. I arrive with a government bias plus some of the great ideas that open source enables like transparency and open government. Although most panels/sessions/talks/round tables will eventually get around to the idea of education and work force training, I rarely … Read more
My executive hero and Oregon State University Open Source Lab (OSU OSL) visionary Curt Pederson will be doing a talk about the OSL at this week’s Open Source Business Conference in San Francisco. If you’re going to be at OSBC drop by and thank Curt for his critical role in making the case for the … Read more