Monthly Archives: January 2011

Humanitarian Free and Open Source Software Symposium

I’ve been fortunate enough to speak at the annual Humanitarian Free and Open Source Software (HFOSS) Symposium in both 2009 and 2010, and I’m certainly hoping to be able to attend once again this year. The HFOSS Symposium brings together … Continue reading

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PDX 11 Meetings

I attended the first PDX 11 Knowledge Network Meeting convened by Warren Harrison at the end of last year. Specifically, I attended by Skype and found the experience was less than optimal: hard to hear, and the call got put … Continue reading

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Looking Back on 2010

Inspired by numerous retrospective posts, but most especially by Selena Decklemann’s, here’s my look back at 2010. This year has brought many changes for me and I’m grateful for all the time I had to be more introspective, self-critical and … Continue reading

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