|| ||"Dawn Applegate" <dapplegate-AT-oreilly.com>|
|| ||OSCON Alert: O'Reilly Radar Executive Briefing|
|| ||Fri, 13 Jul 2007 14:16:42 -0700|
It's almost time to head to Portland for the 2007 Open Source Conference
(OSCON: July 22-27 in Portland, OR). The schedule for the conference looks
great and the weather man says there will be sunshine! Will wonders never
If you haven't already booked your spot, here's one more reason you'll
want to be there: You're invited to the O'Reilly Radar Executive Briefing.
Here is an overview of the event:
Tuesday, July 24: Join Tim O'Reilly focus on the overall
the future of open source. Intimate by design, the Executive
Briefing is more about conversation than formal presentation.
The full day briefing will explore trends, companies, and
projects that matter today and point to what you'll need to
know in the near future.
Some topics and speakers being covered at the briefing will be:
The Facebook Platform
Dave Morin, Senior Platform Manager, Facebook
The Firefox Toolbar Ecosystem
Mike Shaver, Director of Ecosystem Development, Mozilla
Corporation and Matthew Gertner, CTO, AllPeers
Licensing in the Web 2.0 Era
Eben Moglen, Director, Software Freedom Law Center
The Architect of Scalability
Brad Fitzpatrick, President, CTO, LiveJournal.com
Doug Cutting, Yahoo!
Matt Asay, VP, Business Development, Alfresco Software
The Path to IPO
MÃ¥rten Mickos, CEO, MySQL AB
Managing Linus Torvalds and Other Small Challenges
Jim Zemlin, Executive Director, Linux Foundation
Why Free Software Values Work for Business
Mark Shuttleworth, Founder, Ubuntu/Canonical Ltd.
Why Congress Needs a Revision Control System
Karl Fogel, QuestionCopyright.org
For O'Reilly Radar Executive Briefing details visit:
If you'd like to participate in the conversation, your registration to the
conference includes attendance at the Executive Briefing. Visit this site
Questions? Please don't hesitate to contact me. We hope you will be able
to join us for the Executive Briefing.
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