I’m in Portland, Oregon for the week where I’ll be at OSCON. I’ll be giving two talks on the final day of the conference (July 25): the first will be a 15 minute keynote on Revealing Errors at 8:45 in the Portland Ballroom; the second is a full-length normal talk on Selectricity at 11:35AM in Portland 255. It will be my first long-form talk about Selectricity and I’m looking forward to it.
Because myself, a few Free Software Foundation staff members including Campaign Manager Joshua Gay, and quite a few FSF associate members will be in town, we’re going to hold a small FSF Associate Members event in Portland (the first outside Boston!). It’s going to be in the form of a pizza party with a few small talks from FSF folk including myself. Here are the details:
FSF Associate Members (& friends!) EventJuly 22nd 6:30-9:00PMOld Town Pizza226 NW Davis StPortland, OR 97209
It’s free and open to all but is designed to provide a forum for members and friends. If you are an FSF member, please consider coming. If you’re not a member yet, please don’t let it keep you away; staff will be able to sign up new members there. RSVPs to Deborah Nicholson aren’t necessary to attend but would be welcome.
I’ll be heading to Seattle right after the conference for a few days. If you would like to meet up in Seattle or Portland this week, please don’t hesitate to get in contact.