"I am excited for this, the third Community Leadership Summit - the last two events have been a great success, and this year is sure to be the best event yet for bringing together community leaders to share best practice in a truly independent environment" - Jono Bacon, Ubuntu Community Manager and Founder of the Community Leadership Summit
The 3rd Annual Community Leadership Summit is scheduled to be held in Portland, Oregon, on July 23-24, 2011 the weekend prior to OSCON 2011.
If you are a community leader, interested in community leadership, want to meet other community leaders, participate in a community, or just curious about community take a look at attending the 2011 Community Leadership Summit.
The Community Leadership Summit (CLS) website describes the event as such, "The Event provides the first opportunity of its kind to bring together the leading minds in the field with new community builders to discuss topics such as governance, creating collaborative environments, conflict resolution,transparency, open infrastructure, social networking, commercial investment in community, engineering vs. marketing approaches to community leadership and much more."
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