LAB 84 / FAB 84 Its where the rocket trax is located if that helps. IEEE is using our standard room. See y'all soon!
Nathan Bergey <nat...@psas.pdx.edu> wrote: >Hey everyone, I forgot to mention this last week, but here is a >special deal for the very awesome open source summer conference here >in Portland: Open Source Bridge! Usually they have really good talks >and people from all over the country attend. > >DISCOUNT CODE: Members of your group can register at >http://opensourcebridge.org/attend/ using the code "osbugluv" for only >$200 (that's $100 off our regular registration rate). > > >And if you are interested but can afford it, consider being a >volunteer -- that will get you a free pass! OS Bridge is all >volunteer run and could use your help! > >Read more below > > >---------- Forwarded message ---------- >From: Igal Koshevoy <i...@pragmaticraft.com> >Date: Sat, Mar 24, 2012 at 5:13 PM >Subject: PSAS + Open Source Bridge >To: Nathan Bergey <nathan.ber...@gmail.com> > > >Nathan, > >We're holding the fourth Open Source Bridge conference this year, June >26–29 in Portland, Oregon and would love to have the members of PSAS >involved. We'd be delighted if you could mention the conference at >your user group meetings and encourage participation. > >We have two great bonuses to offer user groups: >1) DISCOUNT CODE: Members of your group can register at >http://opensourcebridge.org/attend/ using the code "osbugluv" for only >$200 (that's $100 off our regular registration rate). >2) FREE PASS TO GIVE AWAY: You can raffle off a free conference pass >to a member of your group. When you have selected a winner, just send >their name and email address to usergro...@opensourcebridge.org and >we'll take care of the rest. These raffles work best when you let >everyone know about the conference details, allow anyone in the group >to sign up, and then draw the winner at random (preferably at a public >meeting). > >In past years, we've had some local user groups hold their monthly >meetings at our conference venue or organize other related events. >This can be a great way to connect your user group with both local and >out-of-town conference attendees. While passes are required to attend >our daytime content, we open things up to the public in the evenings >and are happy to provide meeting space and promotion. Email us at >i...@opensourcebridge.org if you're interested in holding a meeting or >have an idea for another event. > >I've included further details about the conference and the discount >code below, for easy forwarding to your group's mailing list. > >Thank You! >Igal Koshevoy >Open Source Bridge >http://opensourcebridge.org/ > >### > >Open Source Bridge is a volunteer-run conference for people who work >with open source technologies. It will take place June 26–29, 2012, at >the Eliot Center in downtown Portland. The conference includes five >tracks focused on connecting projects and experiences across different >areas of open source. > >The schedule includes three days of traditional conference >presentations, a day of free-form unconference sessions, and our >vibrant Hacker Lounge, a space for socializing and collaboration. >You'll find relevant sessions and activities whether you write web >apps, tinker with operating system internals, create hardware, run a >business, write documentation, or contribute to open source in other >ways. > >Our call for proposals has just been extended through March 30th. To >see what we're looking for, check out >http://opensourcebridge.org/call-for-proposals/ > >As a user group member, you can use the coupon code "osbugluv" to >register at a discounted rate of $200 when you select Regular >Registration (that's $100 off). You can register at >http://opensourcebridge.org/attend/ > >Visit http://opensourcebridge.org/ to learn more about the conference. > >_______________________________________________ >psas-team mailing list >firstname.lastname@example.org >http://lists.psas.pdx.edu/mailman/listinfo/psas-team > >This list's membership is automatically generated from the memberships >of the psas-airframe, psas-avionics, and psas-general mail lists. Visit >http://lists.psas.pdx.edu to individually subscribe/unsubscribe >yourself from these lists.
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