This year I have the pleasure of co-chairing the Seneca Free Software and Open Source Symposium (FSOSS 2007). We've just opened the registration for this 6th edition of the event, which will run October 25-26 in Toronto. The speaker list includes many familiar names from projects such as OpenOffice.Org, OLPC, Python, Mozilla, DemocracyTV/Miro, and Creative Commons, as well as companies and organizations including IBM, SAP, Nokia, Environment Canada, and Microsoft. Check out the full details of this (very affordable!) event at http://fsoss.senecac.on.ca/
We threw a reception at the Seneca Centre for Development of Open Technology (CDOT) last night. It was a great event, attended by about 95 people from Ontario businesses, open source projects, educational institutions, and government. I'll post a link to a summary page next week -- but if you're in the GTA and into open source, you may want to check out the CDOT website now for a hint of what we do.