1. Code: Add features and specs to the OpenConferenceWare conference
app. Join in if you've got Ruby on Rails coding experience, such as
contributing code to Calagator.
2. Text: Compose documents for outreach to user groups, educational
institutions, open source projects, and the like.
3. Outreach: Contact user group leaders, educators, open source
projects, mailing lists, etc to encourage them to spread the word about
the conference and submit proposals.
We'll meet up at Ristretto at 10am, then move on to a working lunch
nearby at the Lompoc 5th Quadrant. Some members will leave as soon as
2pm, but others will stay on later. Join us for however much of this you
 Ristretto Coffee: 3808 N Williams Ave, Portland, OR 97213 --
 Lompoc, 5th Quadrant: 3901 N Williams Ave, Portland, OR --
Also -- If you're an early riser, feel free to get to Ristretto early and save us spot in the back around the round tables :)
First three people to get there get a dorky Open Source merit badges that I picked up from these guys: http://nerdmeritbadges.com/
I'm planning to be there for the non-Rails-hacking activities.
Meanwhile, should we post an announcement on any of the following
Ruby on Rails Community
Business on Rails
ROR Open Source Network
Ruby and Ruby on Rails
The Linux Foundation
M. Edward (Ed) Borasky
I've never met a happy clam. In fact, most of them were pretty steamed.