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Friday, May 13 • 11:15am - 12:00pm
Open Source & Community Sourcing: How sharing code is improving government technology and citizen access. LIMITED

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How open source collaboration and technology communities are driving innovative solutions to community and government challenges. Panelists will represent three approaches to the use of open source software development for government use in serving it citizens, plus sharing what they build with others, including Code for America, GovHub, and TriMet.  Moderated by Deb Bryant of OSU's Open Source Lab (OSL).


Speakers
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Deb Bryant

I work for the Open Source Lab where I work with great people and support the global open source community. I help government and other public agencies use open source software to the public benefit. I use my knowledge of government bureaucracy for good and not evil. I like to help people, projects and great ideas come together. I like all that, and sea kayaking.
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Greg Lind

Software developer at Metro, and founding partner at GovHub, an open source and open government advocacy group in Portland.
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Alan Palazzolo

Drupal, web mapping, non-profits, non-governmental organizations.


Friday May 13, 2011 11:15am - 12:00pm
Jupiter: Dream Tent

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