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So, what’s up with Portland?Raven Zachary, April 18, 2006 @ 11:02 pm ET
I’m in Portland, Oregon, this week for open source briefings and the InnoTech Conference. Portland has been getting attention as a hub of open source activity, and I don’t just mean as the home of Linus Torvalds. Today, I had meetings at the Open Technology Business Center (OTBC) and Compiere, and had dinner with open source champions Scott Kveton, Jon Perr, and David Pool. I can’t forget lunch with our own Greg Quick and coffee with Wyatt Starnes, the former CEO of Tripwire who’s now over at startup SignaCert. This is my second visit to Portland. I was here last August for OSCON, which will be returning to Portland in late July this year.
I will be posting notes from Portland this week, as I explore what’s up here with open source.
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