Monthly Archives: April 2011

Notes and More: Press Training for Community Projects

I was fortunate enough to attend Jennifer Cloer’s session at the Linux Foundation Collaboration Summit earlier this month, and her talk Press Training for Community Projects¬†was incredibly useful. Before I say anything else, I want to thank Jennifer profusely for … Continue reading

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The UMass Amherst ICT Summit

When you’re asked to open an event and the previous year’s special guest was none other than Nolan Bushnell, well, you don’t say no. Attending the summit was a rare privilege – an opportunity to spend the day in an … Continue reading

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Thoughts on POSSCON

Yet another post in the spirit of better late than never. This year’s Palmetto Open Source Software Conference (POSSCON) was my first time attending, and I have to admit that it was quite different than many conferences I’ve attended in … Continue reading

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Feeling the Love: Open Source Documentation Survey

I’ve been a big fan of Dr. Heidi Ellis since we met at the first annual Humanitarian FOSS Symposium. We happened to cross paths last week at the UMass Amherst ICT Summit and she noted that one of her students … Continue reading

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