Open Source Convention 2005 on August 1-5 in Portland, Oregon

Open Source Convention 2005 explores three deep trends affecting open source: the commoditization of software, network-enabled collaboration, and software customizability. This year they will introduce the Open Source Business Review, along with a host of other exciting presentations and events.

Open Source Convention is the crossroads of all the open source, so it’s the one place where you can:

  • Hear practical talks
  • Solve your open source problems in just under a week
  • Meet almost everyone who’s anyone in the OS community
  • Share moments with users working through the same development and deployment issues
  • Check out the up and coming projects and personalities
  • Lay hands on the latest toys, apps, and goodies in the biggest OSCON exhibit hall.
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