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Mark Your Calendars: Movable Type at the Web2.0Expo

By Byrne Reese
Posted April 20, 2008, in Events.

Next week is the Web2.0Expo is San Francisco, an event for just about anyone who is participating in the creation of the next-generation of the Web. Six Apart is a sponsor of the event and you can find us there in a number of different capacities:

But you don't have to be a registered conference member to come chat. We will be holding Open Movable Type Office Hours on the 2nd floor mezzanine of Moscone West Wednesday and Thursday from 3:30pm to 5:00pm. The area is open to the public so come by to meet with a number of Movable Type Open Source Ninjas, including Byrne Reese, Beau Smith, Jim Ramsey and others from Six Apart as well (look for all the people wearing Six Apart t-shirts and the Movable Type sign!). We look forward to talking to folks about:

  • Upgrading to the latest Movable Type
  • Designing and Developing for Movable Type Open Source
  • Innovating for Movable Type: OpenID 2.0, OAuth, Fire Eagle, Action Streams and more!

We may even have some free t-shirts, stickers and all manner of goodies to give out, so even if you don't have time to chat, you should at least drop by.



Bernard Johnson

Bernard Johnson on July 18, 2012, 9:57 p.m. Reply

Are you going to be on this year expo?


Luana on July 30, 2012, 9:10 a.m. Reply

No, as far as I know on 2008 was the only one.


Angelo on August 6, 2012, 7:05 a.m. Reply

There are expos of course. The question is will MT be presented there

Byrne Reese

Byrne Reese was previously the Product Manager of Movable Type at Six Apart, where he had also held positions as the Manager of Platform Technology and Product Manager for TypePad. Byrne is a huge supporter of the Movable Type user and developer community. He dedicates much of his time to promoting and educating people about Movable Type as well as building the tools and plugins for Movable Type that are showcased on Majordojo. He contributes regularly to open source; and he is an advocate for open protocols and standards like Atom and OpenID.