- Alex Martelli, on Python in the Enterprise and
Highly-technical Management of Software Development
- Ben Collins-Sussman and Brian W. Fitzpatrick, have two talks on Subversion Best Practices and How Open Source Projects Survive Poisonous People (And You Can Too)
- Another duo, Bret Taylor and Bruce Johnson on Using Google Web Toolkit
- Chris DiBona, on Open Source, APIs, and the Summer of Code at Google
- Greg Stein, on Google Code
- Guido van Rossum on Python 3000
- Karl Fogel on 10 Tools Developers Need Today and The (Surprising) History of Copyright, and What It Means for Open Source
- Zaheda Bhorat a lightning talk on The Art of Community
For those following Google's Summer of Code program, we're hosting a Google Summer of Code Community BOF, on Wednesday July 26 at 7:30pm, Room D136. If you are a mentor, student or well-wisher come along and meet other GSoCers and Googlers behind the program.
The BoF sessions at OSCON are free of charge and open to the public, so you are welcome to visit the BoF even if you cannot attend the conference.
Several dozen Googlers active in open source projects will be in attendance - too many to list here. We hope to have the opportunity to meet many of you, so please drop by the booth or come and find us after the talks. See you next week!