I don’t need to tell you (but I will anyway): Portland loves open source. But do you know what we love even more than that? Open source founders.
We proudly proclaim Portland the home of the creator of Linux, Linus Torvalds—and of course his four impersonators come late September. And having Rasmus Lerdorf, the founder of PHP, here in town for Open Source Bridge was quite a coup.
And now, we have another open source founder to add to the list. Thanks to WordCamp Portland, WordPress creator Matt Mullenweg will be visiting Portland in September.
And the best part of about Matt’s visit? It’s going to be very interactive. So get your WordPress questions ready.
I’m sure the topics will go in a variety of directions once the ideas start flowing, but we’d love to have a few starter questions to kick things off. If you’ve got a question you’ve been dying to ask the man behind WordPress, leave it as a comment here. We’ll pick out a few to start the discussion (and anything that doesn’t get chosen is fair game to be asked from the audience).
Now granted, WordCamp Portland is currently sold out. But there is a waiting list. And even if you don’t have a ticket to attend, you may have a really good question for Matt. So, please add it to the WordCamp Portland post.
No word on Matt’s travel schedule currently. But we can always hold out hope that he’s available for a little get together beyond his WordCamp appearance.
(Image courtesy Aaron Hockley. Used under Creative Commons.)