We’re just over halfway done with day 2 of the Writing Open Source conference, and today is an “unconference” day in the style of BarCamp. Conference attendees are giving talks today inspired by conversations from yesterday, other ideas attendees had, and more. GNOME’s own fearless documentation leader, Shaun McCance, kicked off day two this morning giving an overview of Project Mallard.
(Please note that the picture on the projector is a wood duck, and not a Mallard.
The first ever (that we know of) conference for documentation writers in open source conference started today in Owen Sound, Ontario (about 2 hours from Toronto). The Writing Open Source conference is being hosted by Emma Jane Hogbin, and a few of us from GNOME are here:
(Left to Right: Shaun McCance, Milo Cassagrande, Phil Bull and myself). We’re halfway through the first day, which is keynotes, and the conference is awesome.