Open source peeps and Dopplr

People working in open source have limited opportunities to meet each other in person. My own experience is that meeting someone in person, even if it is only once, can be a help in working with them in the virtual world. The Dopplr service is a social networking application oriented towards people who travel. I’m already using it to find out who is going to at OSCON and ApacheCon US later this year. Meeting folks from various open source communities in person has been an enriching experience for me, and I’m glad to have help at making that easier.

Let me know if you want a Dopplr invite.

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4 Responses to “Open source peeps and Dopplr”

  1. Lloyd Budd says:

    Hi Ted, I would love an invite. I don’t travel much, but I am looking forward to returning to San Francisco in July for WordPress WordCamp. Are you going to attempt?

  2. Ted Leung says:


    Invite sent. I don’t think I’m going to make it to SF this July….

  3. Lloyd Budd says:

    Thanks Ted! Well if you do let me know 😉

  4. Peter C. says:

    I’d love an invite as well. I flew ~80k miles last year for work (distributed computing research), and Dopplr would scratch an itch of mine.

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