ManyOne Networks submitted a proposal to speak at the Open Source Convention 2006 in Portland, Oregon. It was rejected. Personally, I’ve been to the last four OSCON’s, and I didn’t really want to go to this year’s. Nothing against the Convention; it’s a really wonderful experience, as close to a series of Vulcan mind melds as we can get. I’m just not personally inspired to go this year.
It’s not money; this year, I actually can afford a full admission. No, I just don’t have any urgent reason to go. Verbosio is progressing slowly, and it will require Gecko 1.9, so there’s no point to trying to rush it to completion. There are no other projects I’m working on of that great importance (except for the Gecko patches, when I find a bug that sufficiently interests me — like DOM stuff)
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. I could pick up a lot of knowledge at OSCON by going, but it’s just not right for me this year. The truth is, I need to take a break from it.
Tim, Vee, thanks for holding it the past eight years. It really does kick byte, and it’s a genuine pleasure to go. I’m writing this blog entry to remind people about it.
I haven’t closely looked at the list of offerings this year. I may change my mind… but I don’t see that happening.