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Bar Camp Portland 1 (Archived)


__DON'T FORGET - bring hardware donations for Free Geek, until 12:00 noon...__ (contact Pete F with questions.)


Quick Links: Campers Proposed Sessions Schedule Transportation + Parking Session Notes


Bar Camp Portland + DemoCampPortland1

Friday, May 11th and Saturday, May 12th, 2007 at CubeSpace



Tech + Geek + Culture. The event for the Portland tech community, produced BY the Portland tech community. Interesting topics, cool people, great networking opportunities, wifi, and free food (don't forget the bubble tea!).


BarCamp has begun! Come on down! Sign up now. Please click the 'Edit page' button above and add your name and contact info to the campers section. The event is open to anyone wanting to attend. Spread the word. Tell a friend.


NOTE: The password to edit this wiki page is 'c4mp'. You will need to enter it after clicking 'Edit Page' to make changes.


Friday night (May 11th) at CubeSpace from 6-11pm will include schedule planning and a reception sponsored by Weiden+Kennedy and Portland State University. If you want to lead a session or provide input into session planning, please attend the Friday portion of the event.


Date Friday, May 11, and Saturday, May 12, 2007 [Upcoming Page]
Time FRI: 6pm-11pm Session scheduling, kickoff and networking SAT: 9am-11pm, Bar Camp Sessions and DemoCampPortland1
Location CubeSpace, 622 SE Grand, Portland, BarCampOregon, USA (map)
Cost Always free!
Food Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner all provided for free (Vegan, Vegetarian, and Meat Eater options!)
Schedule Add a session idea below
Expected Attendance All are welcome! Please add your name to the Attendees section of this page if you are planning to attend.
Backchannel https://pibb.com/pdxbarcamp




Want to sponsor BarCamp Portland? Please contact geekygirldawn@gmail.com for sponsorship opportunities.




Want to learn more about the upcoming BarCamp in Portland? Attend a BarCamp Portland Meetup! The next meetup is on Thursday, May 24th.


Want to help out? Attend a BarCamp Portland planning meeting - every Friday @ 3pm @ CubeSpace, 622 SE Grand. All are welcome!


Sponsors, sponsors, we need sponsors! Help support the Portland tech community.


At a minimum, please add your name to the campers list below if you plan to attend.


We have a chiclet, please add it to your blog!


You can also just embed this HTML into your site, which points back to the hosted image here:



- <a href="/http://barcamp.org/BarCampPortland"><img src="http://barcamp.org/f/barcamp-widget-sm.gif" border="0" width="133" height="52"></a>


We also have BarCampPortlandFlyers to print and share. Please pass these along to anyone who might be interested in attending.


Update 03/16/2007: We have a venue! Thank you to CubeSpace for offering space for the event. CubeSpace has a large number of conference rooms, a large central meeting area, access to public transportation, parking, etc.


Update 04/24/2007: We have secured use of 2 Nintindo Wii for the Friday night Wii party. Much thanks to Kevin from JanRain and Josh Bancroft!!


Update 04/27/2007: First KidBarCamp May 12th. Bring the kids. See below for details and to sign-up. Times still TBD. Share this


It's easy - just select the desired access level, copy this link and send it via email, instant message, etc.Link: Just a link to your wiki. Post this anywhere and people can ask you for the password.


Brian Jamison [brian@opensourcery.com] from is currently editing this page but has been for more than five minutes (really 7 minutes). This means it's possible that they clicked 'Edit' without ever actually following through on an 'Update'. Do you want to steal the edit lock from this person? This may cause the other person's changes to be lost.


Update 04/29/2007: CubeSpace cannot accommodate KidBarCamp. An alternative location will have to be found for this session.





barcampportland07 (*optional?)


For example, the most recent photos tagged BarCampPortland on Flickr:






Subteam Leaders:

  • Agenda and Materials Manager: Carl Johnson and LaVonne Riemer.
    • Organization for agendas, program and materials (projectors, flip charts, etc.)
    • Note: BarCamp is self-organizing, but we need the framework, timing (breaks/lunch/start/end), person to facilitate on-site organization meeting (someone experienced with barcamp/foocamp/etc.)
  • Location Management: Raven Zachary with help from Rashid / PDC
    • Find a location, drive all communications with facility, coordinate food / drinks.
    • Space has been found! CubeSpace
  • Sponsorships & Marketing Promotions Manager: Sioux Fleming and Kelly Mackin
    • Find sponsors, primary point of contact for sponsors, work with sponsors to pay bills.
    • Coordinate marketing and promotions for the event & marketing materials for sponsors.




We are actively seeking additional sponsors to help cover amenities. All sponsors will have their logos printed on the event t-shirts and have the opportunity to speak during the event kickoff.


Monthly BarCampPortland Meetup Location and Beer: Jive Software

Facilities: CubeSpace

Facilities (Added Costs): AboutUs, Virtuous

Materials: Lumeno.us

Banners: EasyStreet Online Services

Badges: JanRain

T-Shirts: Portland Development Commission, Mozilla Foundation, and Thetus

Logo Design: Lov.li

Photography: Shane Parker Photo

Podcasting coverage of the event: SplashCast

Friday Night Reception: Wieden+Kennedy and Portland State University

Saturday Breakfast: Iovation

Saturday Lunch: ISITE Design

Saturday Dinner: Microsoft

Saturday Afternoon Tea (Bubble Tea): Portland Perl Mongers

Additional Food Costs: Silicon Mechanics


If you are interested in being a BarCamp/DemoCamp Portland sponsor, please contact DawnFoster.


Sponsorships help with costs such as space, Internet access, A/V, food, t-shirts, BarCamp-style band passes, and promotions.




Prior to the event, we are holding monthly BarCampPortlandMeetups. Please join us.


Want to help out? Attend a BarCamp Portland planning meeting - every Friday @ 3pm @ CubeSpace, 622 SE Grand. All are welcome!


To stay informed, please join the BarCampPortland Google Group.


Immediate needs (more to follow):


  • Promotions - please spread the word about BarCampPortland, encourage pre-signups here. Add a BarcampPortlandChiclet to your blog. Download BarCampPortlandFlyers to distribute.
  • Power strips - please bring a power strip.
  • Sound system - Raven Zachary is providing the wireless mic and amp system for the main room.
  • Videographer - CarlJohnson has offered to coordinate video and editing. If you plan to bring a video camera and are wiling to provide the footage to Carl for editing into a 5-minute retrospective video, please contact him.


Proposed Sessions


Please visit the BarCampPortlandSessions topic for information about sessions and to indicate your interest in attending and/or ability to present! Tell us what do you want to hear, what do you want to say and what could you live without? Are you an expert in something cool? Is there some trend we should know about?




Agora: Large break room area, large-group gatherings

Persian and Roman: Main conference rooms, capacity 40 sitting, 60+ standing

Viking, Mongol, Aztec, and Egyptian: Small conference rooms, capacity 12 sitting, 20 standing


Persian and Roman will be used for larger-group presentations and will include a projector for laptops.


Mongol, Aztec, and Egyptian will be used for smaller BoF sessions and impromptu gatherings. It is possible that these rooms will not be reserved in advance, but left open for groups, as needed, thoughout the day.



Got old technology you want to get rid of?

Free Geek will be picking up old computers, monitors, etc. on Saturday, May 12th from 9-10am at CubeSpace. The collection will take place in the workroom next to Viking.


Transportation and Parking


CubeSpace is located at 622 SE Grand Avenue , on the second floor of the US Bank building between SE Alder & SE Washington.


We strongly encourage you to walk, bike or take public transportation. We do have secure bike parking upstairs at CubeSpace.


You can use ByCycle and Trimet to get directions to CubeSpace. We are on the #6 and #15 bus lines, wihin a few blocks of the #14, #12, #20 and #70 and 3/4 mile from the MAX.


If you are driving, you can use the US Bank lots on SE 6th & Alder, on SE Grand & Washington (right under our space) or the lot on SE 6th and Washington (the former Rose & Raindrop lot). Street parking restrictions end at 7pm, and there are untimed spots on SE 7th and eastward.




Sign up for BarCampPortland! Campers are attendees. Please add your name and a link and/or contact info. You can signup anytime. There is no deadline. However, if you're planning to attend, it would help us to know in advance for food and facilities planning purposes.


  1. Nathan Wagner, nathan@bboing.com Hoping to make it Friday night -- who can design the best mousetrap for 'pull' marketing?
  2. RavenZachary, raven@rinzai.com, Saturday only due to London, UK, conference conflict for Friday.
  3. ThomasLockney, dorkbotpdx, tlockney (@) gmail.com - happy to help out with organizational duties as much as possible.
  4. Jair, Imaginify
  5. John Anthony Hartman , johnahartman(at)gmail.com - I think I have a location!!! Eric Rice and I put on the first Bar Camp in Second Life I am really looking forward to this one here in Portland
  6. JoshBancroft, Intel geek blogger, podcaster, and gadget lover
  7. Marshall Kirkpatrick, SplashCast marshall@splashcastmedia.com
  8. Ryan Parr

    Expertise: Web Standards, Front-End Architect

    Company: Pop Art Inc.

    Contact: ryan.parr@popart.com

    Notes: I can only make it to Monday the 28th session.

  9. David Carlson, davidmarkcarlson(at)yahoo.com - I am not sure whether I will be able to attend, but I am interested...
  10. Carl Johnson - Talk about developing AJAX applications, building on-line vertical communities
  11. Alex Williams, SplashCast, Podcast Hotel alex at splashcastmedia dot com.
  12. Adam Messinger, adam at oatv.com.
  13. Justin Laing, jlaing at gmail dot com, This sounds really interesting, I run Web Designer's Meetup in Olympia, WA and might be able to get a few people down for this event. My vote would be having it in October or November. MerchantOS - A web based point of sale system
  14. Al Partridge uselink126(at)gmail.com -- I would like to help and would be willing to present (possibly on Agile Web Development or Scrum?)
  15. Heather Penner, hpenner(at)isitedesign.com - Newbie.
  16. Tim Germer, Northwest Noise, ClaimID Profile tgermer (at) gmail (dot) com
  17. JohnSechrest, [http://www.oregonhightech.com], sechrest at oregonhightech.com
  18. Dawn Foster, Currently at Jive Software, working on a book about the Art of Community for O'Reilly, and blogging here. email: Dawn ///at/// Dawn Foster ///dotcom///
  19. Scott Kveton, scott ///at/// kveton dot com
  20. Marcus Estes, marcus at BoxPopu.li. I can help with podcasting.
  21. Wil Cooley, wilco@nakedape.cc
  22. Nick Ames ri at niculo dot us
  23. MattGifford
  24. Alexis Turner
  25. John Labovitz (johnl@johnlabovitz.com)
  26. David Pool, dp@n4n.org
  27. Jessica and/or Matt Beck (jessica@couldbestudios.com)
  28. Robby Russell robby at planetargon dot com.
  29. Lion Kimbro -- RecentChangesCampPortland2007 contact, Local Names developer
  30. AudreyEschright
  31. RaymondKing
  32. MarcusMalcom
  33. Lindsey Kuper, lindsey@rockstargirl.org
  34. Jesse Wolfe ( jes5199 )
  35. Jeremy Logan
  36. BrandonCsSanders
  37. GeoffBurling
  38. Reid Beels, reidab at reidab.com, Back in portland!
  39. Todd Kenefsky - kenefsky at g m a i l dot com
  40. John Watson (j k w a t s o n @ g m a i l . c o m)
  41. Aaron Johnson
  42. Hari Rajagopal ) hrajagopal at yahoo dot com (
  43. Robert T Bowers (barcamp at badexample dot org)
  44. ChrisBrentano (ctb at fourone dot org), Download Squad
  45. Nathan Young (my first name at my domain), can present/participate in conversations on: ajax security, greasemonkey, firebug, jQuery
  46. marissa anderson (mararupturenet)
  47. Mark Gross (markgross@thegnar.org)
  48. Bryan Stearns (stearns at eliot dot com)
  49. Bart Massey (bart@cs.pdx.edu)
  50. Dan Mendell of Neutral Space, Inc.
  51. Erik Walthinsen (omega@vcolo.com)
  52. Peat Bakke (peat@peat.org)
  53. Joshua Keroes (my name at my domain) - Guy who does stuff with things at a company. (Attendance tentative)
  54. Chris Messina and Tara Hunt -- here's hoping we can make it!
  55. PatrickSullivan (patrickatlovdotli), founder, lov.li
  56. Jon Perr
  57. SiouxFleming, sioux.fleming@makereality.com
  58. Victor Asteinza
  59. JasonMauer
  60. james keller of ISITE Design
  61. KarlAnderson
  62. Tony Bacon, tony at viggenboy dot com. Emmy Award Winning Editor and olde skool gaming dork. I'd love to offer up a session on Digital Non-Linear Editing and the art of telling a bad story and immediately posting it for the world to see.
  63. Andres Ferrate, andres /\/at/\/ terraims dot com
  64. Jen Blackledge, Web and manager of COWPU (Central Oregon Web Professional's Usergroup) - Coldfusion and Flex developer
  65. VaibhaV Sharma - http://vsharma.net
  66. Eva Schweber eva@CubeSpacePDX.com. We have a buggy Ruby on Rails POS system and would love a session on making it bigger, stronger, faster (ok, we will just settle for reliable).
  67. Joel Burslem - Inman News, social media
  68. Shawn Smith - Solutions Engineer at The Regence Group. Virtualization, Grid and Development methodologies.
  69. Alex Malinovich, <first name>(at)<last name>.name
  70. Hans Friedrich
  71. Aaron Mark Johnson, amj@mqqn.net
  72. Alex Polvi
  73. Rob Bole, One Economy Corporation, rbole@one-economy.com, www.one-economy.com
  74. Ethan McCutchen
  75. Kurt Moeller, AOL Authentication and Identity team, kurtfm@aol.com
  76. Urban Scout Rewilding post-apocalyptic anti-hero with a blog.
  77. Tim Sears ISITE Design - Can speak to many things .NET
  78. PhilTomson
  79. Wm Leler wm AT leler.com - Building a Social Recommendation / Google Map mashup. Would love to demo it and get feedback.
  80. Steve Neighorn neighorn@scnresearch.com - Principal Bottle Washer at SCNR.
  81. Michael Brevig ISITE Design - Open Source Web Programmer I<3PHP
  82. Chris Herz was cherz.com campin@beefpile.com - now CS student @ PSU - total geek getting into AI.
  83. Sarah Gilbert    .    - I run the financial blogs at AOL.
  84. Greg Lund-Chaix - FOSS & government
  85. Tim Witham Lightfleet twitham@lightfleet.com
  86. Ken Beare About.com kbeare at gmail dot com
  87. Justin Kistner Metafluence & Nemo Design
  88. Rebecca Campbell
  89. Jason Gross rnanetworks.com
  90. Josh Pope - Nemo Design Web Developer
  91. David Recordon - http://www.davidrecordon.com
  92. Dunbar Aitkens Glass Plate Game
  93. Aaron Nelson - Meyer Memorial Trust
  94. Jason Kirtland - Virtuous
  95. Travis Brooks - Cocaine Software
  96. Jason Watkins
  97. Aaron Huslage - Consultant, Innovator, System Administrator
  98. Kew L. Ang - Coming all the way from Malaysia...
  99. Surj Patel surj dot patel at gmail - ex MIT Media Lab Dork, freelance and non profit work. Caught in the OReilly gravitational pull(ETEL). Currently deeply interested in healthcare tools and web / phone delivery of.
  100. Jean Russell - from Chicago
  101. Rashid Ahmed - Portland Development Commission - ahmedr at pdc dot com
  102. Allison Randal allison at perl dot org
  103. Ian Dees - undees at gmail
  104. Jen Redman
  105. Andy Grover
  106. Steve Morris
  107. Mark Molau, mmolau@gmail.com, Interested in emerging analytics s in the Open Source community.
  108. Caleb Phillips - Maybe. Will there be beer at barcamp?
  109. Serhan Ceran, serhanceran@hotmail.com
  110. Dave Kresta
  111. Ben Bleything
  112. Kevin Turner
  113. Willem Larsen Weaving the ancient into the modern.
  114. Ward Cunningham Interested in numerical and simulation models of community (i.e. wiki) behavior.
  115. Renny Gleeson
  116. Lewis Hoffman
  117. BrianEllin
  118. Kevin Fox
  119. Ben Kaplan
  120. David Kominsky
  121. Eric Wilhelm
  122. Chris Rempel
  123. Carlos Rodriguez
  124. John Bartley K7AAY - callsign at ARRL dot NET - Network Response Lead, Oregon Trail Chapter, American Red Cross
  125. Sam Keen
  126. Jeff Schwaber
  127. DiAnn Eisnor
  128. Jason Wilson
  129. Joseph Poon
  130. Thien Nguyen
  131. Jon Duell
  132. Farb Nivi
  133. G D Milner
  134. Rich Bader - EasyStreet Online Services
  135. Andrew Morton
  136. Brian Dorsey Sadly, canceled.
  137. David Lemke david@lemkecreative.com
  138. Steve Gehlen, Internet Strategy Forum
  139. Chuck Kisselburg
  140. Ankist Zadeyan / HeyNeighbor.info
  141. Lev Tsypin - [http:levelos.com Level Online Strategy]
  142. Justin Gallardo - OSL Software Developer - OLPC Developer
  143. Arvind Kalyan - Web/Database Developer, School of EECS, Oregon State University
  144. Brandon Corry - MSN Mobile Microsoft
  145. Devin Ben-Hur - devin aht ben-hur doht net
  146. Luke Matkins - Yottamusic
  147. nebiyu yohannes - nebiyu at ethios dot org
  148. Holly Ross, NTEN
  149. Cooper Francis
  150. William Henderson
  151. Mike Wills, Reformed Web PM, now Web Marketing
  152. IgalKoshevoy - Business and technology consultant, been building web applications since '94 using Ruby, Java, Python and Perl on UNIX.
  153. Jeremiah Reams - Founder of The Kastner Group and ThePortlander
  154. Tim Budd - budd-at-acm.org Teaching FOSS in the university setting
  155. Pete Forsyth - using tech as organizing/educational tool, local and national politics, bikes, baseball.
  156. David Mirly - david at mirly dot org
  157. Jeanette Busse
  158. Jim Snow
  159. Duncan Beevers
  160. Tom Olsen, Thetus Corporation
  161. Bob Lehman PTC Solutions Architect
  162. Jesse Hallett, hallettj@gmail.com
  163. Shane Parker - mail ~AT~ shanelparker ~DOT~ com
  164. Christopher Knaus
  165. Richard Amerman, 7 Tech NW LLC fifer@7technw.com
  166. Lorraine Bessmer - EasyStreet Online Services
  167. Dag Arneson
  168. Arnold Benson - arrrghnold@@@@googles mail....com
  169. BillBurcham, mailto bill %dot% burcham %at% G Mail, blog Ich bin ein Portlander now.
  170. Kim Wallmark Interested in emergent behavior and human-computer interaction.
  171. Cy Khormaee
  172. Mark Perry
  173. Sean Tong
  174. Drew Kalina
  175. Derwyn Harris
  176. Jewel Mlnarik - jmlnarik ~AT~ amazonconsulting ~DOT~ com High-Tech Partner Collaboration Solutions
  177. Marie Bjerede (f u zero two ~AT~ lyckebo ~DOT~ net) - Qualcomm's Portland Design Center - Obsessed with making mobile data meaningful to real people. Interested in neuroscience, epistemology, and how different brains work together to innovate. Curious about MoSoSo.
  178. Brandon Philips
  179. Rob Smith - kormoc AT~ siliconmechanics ~dot com - Willing to do some mythtv demos
  180. Max Murphy
  181. Deepak Saxena - dsaxenaatplexity.net - Embedded Linux kernel hacker, kernel maintainer @ MontaVista Software
  182. Grant Kruger
  183. Theresa Pridemore
  184. Kevin Scaldeferri - Hoping to make it for at least part of the weekend.
  185. Cort Buchholz
  186. John Weiss
  187. Joshua Tuscan - www.joshuatuscan.com- joshuatuscan at gmail.com
  188. David Mikula - www.icantfly.com- wtfdude at gmail.com
  189. Daniel Johnson - teknot.us my domain name minus the dot at gmail
  190. Kirby Urner - CP4E, Pythonic Math teacher for Saturday Academy
  191. Nick Welch - mack at same domain
  192. Micheal Young
  193. Alex Kroman
  194. Ben Strackany ben at developmentnow com - Can only come on Saturday, tho :(
  195. Roger Lo, will only be attending on Saturday.
  196. Jonathan Daugherty
  197. Kathleen Mazzocco
  198. Jason Trombley
  199. Michael Jones - Rails Webapps
  200. Emma Kuo - (ekuo@cs.pdx.edu)
  201. Steve "Habib" Rose Network Weavers Network - habib at connectexpress.com
  202. David Turnbull
  203. Andrew Ferguson - Saturday A.M. only . . .
  204. Peter Mui - GroundWork Open Source - email
  205. Ken Hostetler - Silicon Mechanics - email
  206. Frank Hall - www.entredigm.com - Email: frank at entredigm dot com
  207. Steve Koenig
  208. Kris Amundson - OpenSourcery, LLC - krisa@opensourcery.com
  209. Brian Edwards - McKenzie Worldwide - briane@mckenzieworldwide.com
  210. Scott Dingman - Saturday only LoveLoveVideo, LLC - djlinuxgod@gmail.com
  211. Brad Fitzpatrick
  212. Tyler Walters
  213. Vinh Nguyen
  214. Marino Duregon
  215. Jaap Karssenberg
  216. Jackie Singh
  217. Larry Leach - PSU Student
  218. Nick Jacobsen - iFocus Consulting
  219. Richard Luebke - iovation
  220. Sarah Nelson
  221. Chris Dawson
  222. David Duncan
  223. Amy Farrell akf at aracnet dot com (probably Saturday only)
  224. Craig Martin - mGlee
  225. Brad Allen - hoping for Python user group meetup
  226. Gregory Cosmo Haun - Codefetch, TempusDictum - Friday night.
  227. Jim Truher
  228. Donnie Berkholz - Gentoo, OSU Open Source Education Lab
  229. David Simmons
  230. Mubashir Cheema
  231. Anselm
  232. Mark Miller - Transit Learning, learnFOSS mark at transitlearning dot com (Saturday Only)
  233. David Mandel - DavidMandel.com, LinuxFund, Portland Linux/Unix Group (PLUG) - Hoping to be there (probably Saturday only)
  234. Lennon Day-Reynolds
  235. John McAdams - State of Oregon, Application Development Team Lead
  236. Robin Peterson - State of Oregon, Requirements Team Lead
  237. Chris Axtell - Portland State Business Accelerator, Program Coordinator
  238. Tom Parker
  239. Robert Williams - Lynxense LLC, Wireless sensor networks, world traveler. (www.OWilliamsWorldTour.blogspot) Saturday afternoon only.
  240. Ted Kubaska
  241. Mike Gammarino - Koders Inc.
  242. Kirsten Comandich
  243. Randy Dunlap - [http://www.xenotime.net/linux]
  244. Dave Revell
  245. Jeremy O'Leary -[http://www.biohabit.org]
  246. Cooper Stevenson -- OpenSourcery, LLC, "Technology For Good", (http://www.opensourcery.com)
  247. Keith Lofstrom - [http://www.keithl.com]
  248. David Frech, interested in web apps in Lua! (among other things)
  249. Steve Peters -- OpenSourcery, LLC, "Technology For Good", (http://www.opensourcery.com)
  250. Barry Amundson - ShareTheMedia.net, interested in open source webapps powering social change and NPOs. barry at yopyop.com
  251. Kara Chanasyk - www.whitelotusdesign.com
  252. Mike Burns -- OSUOSL
  253. Michael Wayne Goodman -- Oregon State University
  254. Blithe Brandon - wasabiworks @ comcast . net - interested in YUI, open source and geek networking
  255. Taj Campbell
  256. Dave Sohigian Contact at http://www.sohigian.com/contact.asp
  257. BrianJamison
  258. Brittany Getz
  259. Jeremy Deininger
  260. Steve Langasek
  261. Martin Wehner, Hosting Operations Manager, Jive Software
  262. Ryan Whitney
  263. Ben Hengst
  264. Stephen Ko
  265. Ian Burrell
  266. Jason Sjobeck - Integrator (Telephony (Asterisk), CRM, Apple, security)
  267. Leopoldo Marino geekroar.com - Film-maker, Systems Architect
  268. Timothy Savard, tpsavard(at)gmail.com
  269. Pooja Sharma
  270. Ian Sefferman - Openomy co-founder
  271. Maurice Codik
  272. Cosmo Spacely - theunabonger
  273. Dingo
  274. Kristin Wolff
  275. Robyn Pfeifer - Portland Piano Lessons - wish I could have been
  276. Chris Alan - Enact Development / Symfony Programmer


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A number of people are driving into Portland for the event and will need a place to spend the night on Friday, and possibly Saturday night, as well. If you are needing space, or are offering it, please list yourself here.


I need a place to stay:


  • Hans Friedrich
  • John Sechrest


I have overnight space to offer:


  • Kris Amundson
    • House in Tigard (10 minutes South of downtown off I-5/HWY217)
    • Hide-a-bed in living room (sleeps 2)
    • Shower, kitchen, wi-fi, loud-but-friendly cat
    • email: krisa@subtend.net


  • Anselm can offer a place to crash but it is 20 minutes out of town - I have a large house in Scappoose. Feel free to ping me anselm@hook.org .


What to Bring


  • Laptop with wireless card and a power supply
  • A power strip to share outlets
  • Camera (Flickr tag: barcampportland)
  • Business cards
  • Things to show and do




Notes for Raven


  • 3 foot tall by 8 foot wide long banner, can be used for stairwell or Agora
  • boards with tripod stands - sponsors, logo, schedule
  • 34 inches tall by 27 inches wide - fornt door
  • DemoCamp banner?


Session Notes


Please put any links/infomation for Session Notes here

If you use MoonEdit, there is a BarCamp MoonEdit server at www.lokkju.com:32123, password "barcamp" - all documents will be added to the wiki after the sessions are over.


Comments and Reviews

A blog post on the Portland BarCamp1 and DemoCamp1, by Grant Kruger