OSI Opens General Manager Position

The Open Source Initiative seeks to hire a General Manager to support its non-profit mission. This is a full time, permanent position, reporting to the Board of Directors. We are seeking an individual with strong communications skills and experience in organizational planning, budgeting, fundraising, public outreach and events, contract management and governance support. For additional details please see our full job posting.

OSI Opens General Manager Position

The Open Source Initiative seeks to hire a General Manager to support its non-profit mission. This is a full time, permanent position, reporting to the Board of Directors. We are seeking an individual with strong communications skills and experience in organizational planning, budgeting, fundraising, public outreach and events, contract management and governance support. For additional details please see our full job posting.

OSI Board Meeting Report

The new OSI Board met in Washington DC last week. We held an effective face-to-face meeting where we discussed the progress of our plans to transform OSI into a member-based organisation. We held officer elections, once again electing Martin Michlmayr as Secretary, filling the vacancy for CFO left by Alolita Sharma by electing Karl Fogel and replacing him as Assistant Treasurer by electing Mike Milinkovich. I was re-elected as President and thank the Board for that vote of confidence in this time of change.

OSI to Host DC Metro Open Source Community Summit May 10, 2013

Another in the series of public meetings to be hosted by the OSI around its next face-to-face board meeting, OSI will also host the non-profit DC Metro Open Source Community Summit at the Mayflower Renaissance in Washington, D.C. The May 10th, 2013 program will include short sessions by some of our OSI board members and an “unconference” format for maximum attendee participation, collaboration, and

Open Source License Clinic to be held May 9, 2013 in Washington, D.C.

Pleased to share the news that OSI will host a three hour open source license clinic as part of its non-profit educational mission, in collaboration with federal agency participants and the Washington D.C. technology community. The event will take place May 9 from 9 a.m. to Noon at the Library of Congress and is free, pre-registration required. The clinic is designed as a cross-industry, cross-community workshop for legal, contract, acquisition and program professionals who wish to deepen their understanding of open source software licenses, and raise their proficiency to better serve their organizations objectives as well as identify problems which may be unique to government. More details available at the event registration site.

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