I’ll be speaking and moderating a panel at the 8th annual WebVisions conference in Portland, Oregon tomorrow, Friday May 23, joined by Ward Cunningham of AboutUs.org, Brian Jamison of OpenSourcery, and Josh Bancroft of Intel. We’re doing a panel on “Why Open Source is Good for Open Content”.
During several days of last October’s Government Open Source Conference, we captured some of the sessions on video. We can’t cover them all, but I try to pick what we think will be of greatest interest after the conference is wrapped. My first Flick Pick of the Week is the Executive Panel on Open DocumentContinue reading “Open Document Panel Video Released”
James Willis, Rhode Island and pioneer in the adoption of open source for his state’s agency’s government web site, recently concluded his tenure with the state. The Providence Business News covered his departure from public service in an extensive article highlighting the work for which Willis gained national recognition. The collaborative model used by thisContinue reading “RI State Open Source Pioneer Gains Public Recognition”