Community Leadership Summit 2011

Not long now until the Community Leadership Summit 2011; an annual event designed to bring together community leaders and managers to share best practice, ideas, and solutions. The event is entirely free and takes place from 23rd – 24th July 2011 in Portland, Oregon. The event takes place the weekend immediately before OSCON in the same venue, the Oregon Convention Center.

To join us you need to register, and over 180 people have already registered from a diverse range of organizations including Mozilla, O’Reilly Media, Rackspace, Adobe, Partimus, Red Hat, Google, Portland State University, Open Affairs Television, Apache Software Foundation, Xen, Digium, IBM, Microsoft, CloudCamp, OpenSesame, Oregon State University Open Source Lab, Wikia, Eucalytpus, MySQL, MeeGo, Linaro, Oracle, Linux New Media, BitNami, SUSE, setiQuest, Webtrends, Alfresco, Northeast Coalition of Neighborhoods, Open Source Bridge, OpenStack, Joomla!, Peace Markets, Infinity Curve, MoreThanGiving.com, TYPO3 Association, and many more.


Awesome people having a rocking time and building stonking communities. What’s not to love?

If you are interested in community and building great community for your organization or project, be sure to come and join us. The event is an unconference, and as such the content and topics are driven by the attendees, which has resulted in a rich set of content and great best practice shared across many different disciplines.

I also want to offer my thanks to O’Reilly, Oracle, Ohloh, and Microsoft for helping to support the event!

Interesting In Coming?

Simple. Just go and register (it is free) and feel free to share some session ideas that you may want to see or run at CLS11.

If You Are Coming

If you are coming to the Community Leadership Summit 2011 be sure to do a few things:

I look forward to seeing you all there!

  • Stephencanberra

    Congratulations on this leadership meeting.

    I live in Canberra Australia and have extensive local, national and international experience in politics which could help your work.

    Australians are looking for a variety of productive ways to discuss openly statements by President Obama tha the Royal Navy was destroyed off the coast in the 1940s by America for immediate power gains with Germany.

    A conference is needed like yours to get the facts together and to consider our role in international relations especially within the Commonwealth of Nations which meets in Perth later this year to discuss such concerns.

    If I could help through your conference that would be most welcome

    Stephen Kendal +61 2 62910764 or +61 406377047