[geeklog-devel] OSCOM 3 in Cambridge, MA May 28-30

Tony Bibbs tony at tonybibbs.com
Mon Mar 10 09:42:18 EST 2003


Sounds interesting.  I don't think any of us can leave our day jobs to    
attend.  I'd be happy to send over some information for you.  Give me a   
week or so. 


On Sat, 8 Mar 2003, Bob Doyle wrote:

> Hi all,
> Is anyone in the Geeklog developer group thinking of attending the third 
> OSCOM conference May 28-30?
> OSCOM 3 will be in Cambridge at the Harvard Law School Berkman Center 
> for Internet and Society.
> See http://www.oscom.org/Conferences/Cambridge. I am one of the 
> conference organizers
> It's a great chance for you to meet other developers of Open-Source 
> Content Management Systems and hear experts on some big issues like 
> Open-Source licensing, XML/RDF/Semantic Web, etc.
> Paper proposals are due March 15. The conference is being planned on the 
> web.  Current proposals are at 
> http://www.oscom.org/Conferences/Cambridge/Proposals/   You can add your 
> comments to these proposals to help choose who gets to present.
> You might subscribe to the OSCOM mailing lists 
> <http://www.oscom.org/Mailing%20lists/> to hear what is going on.  
> Especially the Participants 
> <http://lists.oscom.org/mailman/listinfo.cgi/participants> list.
> Even if you can't attend, you might participate virtually by preparing 
> some thoughts (what makes Geeklog special as a CMS, or where is CMS 
> development going in your opinion) for inclusion on the website.
> Please mention the opportunity to any of your friends who work in CMS.

Tony Bibbs          "I guess you have to remember that those who don't
tony at tonybibbs.com  hunt or fish often see those of us who do as      
                    harmlessly strange and sort of amusing. When you  
                    think about it, that might be a fair assessment." 

More information about the geeklog-devel mailing list