Another in the series of public meetings to be hosted by the OSI around its next face-to-face board meeting, OSI will also host the non-profit [DC Metro Open Source Community Summit](http://opensourcecommunitysummit.org) at the [Mayflower Renaissance in Washington, D.C.](https://plus.google.com/117262185646281321248/about?gl=us&hl=en) The May 10th, 2013 program will include short sessions by some of our [OSI board members](http://opensourcecommunitysummit.org/speakers) and an “unconference” format for maximum attendee participation, collaboration, and learning.
Open source community and user group leadership, open source project leads, committers and developers, non-profit foundations, open data engineers and others with an interest in learning more about growing and sustaining open source are invited to attend and participate. [Registration](http://oscs13-es2005.eventbrite.com/ “Registration”) is free to government employees, $20 to non.
Program details and registration information is available at the event web site at [http://opensourcecommunitysummit.org](http://opensourcecommunitysummit.org) .
Event [Sponsors](http://opensourcecommunitysummit.org/sponsors/) helping underwrite the non-profit event include Google, Eclipse Foundation, Red Hat, GitHub, Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI), and MIL-OSS. Labor for producing the summit has been donated by [The Open Bastion](http://theopenbastion.com/), along with the efforts of local volunteers and OSI board members to organize the Summit’s program.