OSCON 2009 Keynotes (#oscon)
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Two women will give OSCON keynotes this year. Alison Randall will give the Welcome on Wednesday, July 22 (9a.m. in Exhibit Hall 3).
On Thursday, July 23, Infotrope's Kirrily Robert will talk about Standing Out in the Crowd (9a.m. in Exhibit Hall 3). The OSCON site says:
What’s it like to be a woman in an open source project that’s 99% men? What’s it like to be a woman in a project that’s 75%... women?
Kirrily Robert, who has worked on both kinds of projects, will talk about the differences, and what we can learn from majority-female open source projects.
Kirrily is also the person to thank for the Geek Feminism Wiki.
Have you booked your hotel room and plane tickets to OSCON yet? You can save an additional 15% off when you use discount code: os09lpm
Which sessions and tutorials are you planning to hit?
Be sure to stop by the Linux Pro booth to pick up a copy of the magazine, too!comments powered by Disqus
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