NOSI Salon at the SF Nonprofit Technology Center
The Nonprofit Open Source Initiative (NOSI) is gearing up for a new phase of activity, and they are hosting a series of salons to hear what nonprofit users are thinking about open source software and its role in the nonprofit sector. In what ways is the connection working? How is it not? What kinds of new ideas and resources are needed? They're also looking to start conversations on how to get nonprofits involved in the open source community. How does NOSI foster open source development in the nonprofit sector? How do they educate nonprofit technology staff and consultants on the ethos of open source software, not just its practical applications?
Michelle Murrain of NOSI and Allen Gunn of Aspiration will co-host the salon, and anyone interested in open source for nonprofits is invited to bring your ideas and passions for open source. Snacks and beverages will be provided. We'll be meeting at The San Francisco Nonprofit Technology Center located at 1370 Mission St. 4th Floor, in San Francisco, from 5:30-7:00 pm on December 11th. Please come by, and lend us your ideas, and tell us what you think NOSI should be tackling in the next year.
And if you can't come to the Salon, check out the newly updated NOSI website and leave comments!