FOSSCON @ RIT
I got to spend the weekend at FOSSCON, hosted at RIT in Rochester, New York. First of all, Rochester is a great town, we had a good time checking out the sights (like the Erie Canal and the zoo.)
I learned more about OpenHatch, the OpenCourseware Consortium, more about Open Streetmap, I gave a talk on how to find good linux help on the internets, and was also given a chance to do a lightning talk on the upcoming Unity interface for UNE.
The event itself was small, but like Ohio and Ontario a few years ago it laid down the foundations for something great. Thanks to the New York Local Team for having me and running the booth, and to the organizers for putting on such a great event! And thanks to RIT for not just hosting us, but for totally "getting it".