San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Join the Opensource.com team for a lunchtime Tweetup and meet fellow All Things Open conference attendees who also tweet. This is a excellent chance to meet the people behind the avatars that will no doubt be showing up in the #ato2013 Twitter feed throughout the conference. Grab your boxed lunch and head on over for some networking and some cool giveaways from Opensource.com.
If you're not attending the conference but will be in the area and love all things open source, please join us. The more open source enthusiasts the better. Just go to the conference registration table and tell them you're there for the Opensource.com Tweetup. They will steer you in the right direction.
The official Tweetup hashtag is #oswtweetup
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Our goal is to further the open source way by sharing the movement. This movement is made up of those who believe open participation and sharing can tackle the business, social, environmental, and technological challenge facing all of us.
The term open source began as a way to describe software source code and the collaborative model for how it's developed. Red Hat uses this model to develop technology and build a business around open source and its principles: Openness. Transparency. Collaboration. Diversity. Rapid prototyping.