The IBR Conference, Sydney 21 - 23 June 2011, Australia
Key themes include: Key
perspectives of web 3.0 and the semantic web; The future of semantic
social networks; Anticipating social media’s new pathways; Determining
how communities are evolving and will be shaped under the new
information environment. Case studies: Hearing from companies applying
web 3.0 techniques with huge gains; Exploring new, data driven value
creation models and techniques to monetization; Discovering better
analysis and insights through web 3.0 technology; Why semantic
technology is turbo charging web 2.0, and more.
On January 25, 2011, Open Source Red Hat will reach its one year anniversary. As part of the celebration, Open Source Red Hat wants you to choose your favorite author for the 2010 People's Choice Award.
FOSS.IN is one of the world’s largest Free and Open
Source Software (FOSS) events, held annually in India. The event, including FOSS.IN 2010 on December 15-17, is
highly focused on FOSS development and contributions.
GOSCON is the Government Open Source Conference, an annual event produced by Oregon State University's Open Source Lab.
Now in its sixth year, the conference has focused on the role of open
source software and collaboration as an enabler of leading the Open Government and Transparency initiatives throughout the United States.