Bryan Østergaard (kloeri) wrote,
Bryan Østergaard
kloeri

20.000 minutes

20.000 minutes sounds like a lot but for sufficiently large projects with sharp deadlines it really isn't.

Converted to a more manageable time scale it's roughly two weeks or roughly how much time until the Open Source Days conference opens. As some of you might know this is the second year I'm involved in organising this big open source conference.

And just like last year it's an awesome experience but also very stressful with all the small things needing to fall into place for the conference to run smoothly. And unlike last year I haven't been sick so I'm getting to enjoy the full experience :)

Having only two weeks left means really long hours every day while we scramble to close all the outstanding issues. But it also means we get to see a huge amount of things fall into place each day.

Some of the things I'm excited about today:

  • Most of the talks are now announced on the website

  • The keynote talks are all confirmed. More on that later.

  • We've added several more sponsors

The next two weeks should be very exciting and I'm sure the conference is going to be even better this year.

See you all at the conference!
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