Episode 1: Interview with Audrey Eschright

Show Notes

The Advantages of Networking Offline, a piece Audrey wrote for O’Reilly in 2007 about the benefits of user group participation.

Calagator (code), open source wiki-style event aggregator that powers Portland’s tech events calendar.

Open Source Bridge, the “conference for open source citizens” that Audrey co-founded.

Free Geek, a Portland-based non-profit that transforms used technology into opportunity, education, & community!

For Love and For Money, an essay in which Audrey talks about how she got involved in open source and how the economics of open source participation affects our well-being. You can also watch a video of the talk from Open Source Bridge.

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