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OSL opens its doors for the community

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The Open Source Lab will be offering an open house for any members of the community to come learn about what the OSL is up to as well as give input on ideas for future projects.
  • Who: OSL Team, OSLUG, Community Members
  • What: Tours of OSL, talks about it, cookies, punch and free drawings for OSL shwag
  • Where: Kerr Admin B214 conference room
  • When: April, 8th 2005 4pm-6pm (Second Friday of the term)
  • Why: Learn about the Open Source Lab
We would love to share our experiences with Mozilla, Freenode, Gentoo, etc. as well as use this as a chance to recruit students for full-time summer work here at the OSL. We have a lot of exciting opportunities.

Speaker Line up

The following talks will be giving an in depth overview of the OSL:
  • 4:00-4:15, Scott Kveton, Associate Director, "The state of the source"
  • 4:30-4:45, Lars Lohn, Analyst Programmer, "Bouncer 2.0 and the future of software distribution"
  • 5:00-5:15, Corey Shields, Systems Lead, "OSL Infrastructure overview" (click here to download the slides from this presentation in pdf format)
  • 5:30-5:45, Jason McKerr, Operations Manager, "The economics of open source"
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