If there is one area in which open source has never suffered it is a lack of events. From your big professional conferences right down to your friendly, local meetups, there is just something so delightfully fun about getting together in person to share ideas, learn from each other, and have fun.
One of the most popular types of event are unconferences, and there are more and more of them cropping up all over the world.
For those of you unfamiliar with the concept, unconferences are events where the content is defined and driven by the attendees. Sound a little weird? Well, let me explain.