Crossings: Open Source Business Conference is Around the Corner
Open Source Business Conference is Around the Corner

The Open Source Business Conference is just around the corner, the 5th and 6th of April. As noted, OpenXource will be present at the Startup Showcase, and perhaps I'll also setup an off-site reception at some local coffeeshop. If you're in San Francisco and want to meet the guys behind OpenXource and others like yourself, please drop me a line to I know there's a lot of organizations in the Bay Area who are planning on opening some software and even more who are aiming to make their developer-relations programs more robust.

Let me know if you're coming, and your first non-fat extra-dry soy latte is on me. I'll also be in the area for a day or two on either side of the conference, if you would prefer a more private/intense meeting at your office.


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