Friday Aug 24, 2007

My Interview with Lance Albertson of the Open Source Lab


At the end of day one of Ubuntu Live I caught up with Lance Albertson from the Open Source Lab (OSL).  The OSL, which is located  at Oregon State University, hosts and incubates free and open source projects as well as does development work all with the goal of promoting open source software and its communities. 

I met up with Lance at the Red Robin a block away from the convention center and plied him with beer and nachos until he told me the deepest darkest secrets of the OSL. 

Lance Albertson, OSL    Listen to the Interview (5:18)

Topics include:  What does the Open Source Lab do, which FOSS all stars does OSL host (hint kernel.org, Apache, Mozilla...); How Lance got into the OSL via Gentoo; How they're funded;  And How has Lance adjusted to the move from Kansas to Portland.

Pau for now... 

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I look after Sun's relationships with the various GNU/Linux communities as well as our relationship with the FSF. Last year, my family and I emigrated from Silicon Valley to Austin, TX.

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