This past weekend some of the open sourcerors descended on Park City, Utah for two days of skiing, discussion, and pie. Somewhere in the midst of the fun we dubbed it "The Open Source Goat Rodeo," or OSGR. Maybe it was our frustrated attempts to get off that massive cornice....
I've been meaning to have a group of open source friends out to ski for many years. In fact, OSBC was originally planned to take place in Park City, Utah. I finally got around to making the invitations, and Larry Augustin (Augustin Ventures), Jeff Borek (IBM), Fabrizio Capobianco (Funambol),Richard Daley (Pentaho), Marc Fleury (ex-Jboss), Lonn Johnston (PageOne PR), Ross Mason (MuleSource), John Robb (Zimbra /Yahoo!), Bryce Roberts (O'Reilly Alpha Tech Ventures), and Zack Urlocker (MySQL / Sun) joined in.
It was a great way to spend two days. It was some of the most interesting conversation I've had in a long, long time. I can't wait for 2009.
Tune in below to learn about Larry Augustin's home-based data center, why Marc Fleury likes Spikesource, the future of Linux on the desktop, and more.
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You'll also need to learn to shred like John Robb. Everyone skied well, but John was amazing. That guy can ski anything. (As for you, Ross Mason, you need to learn to ski by next year so that we won't have to slum with boarders. ;-)