The first Green Software Unconference attracted more than 100 people (see pre-registered attendee list) to spend a day at the Computer History Museum on August 19. Participants self-organized 24 break out sessions including:

  • Role of Software in Management Performance of Sustainability Initiatives
  • Social Media & Online Community for Social Change
  • Green Software Mash-Up
  • Create Software to inform/educate individuals about impact of their choices
  • Protecting IP Rights of your Green Technology
  • Clean Tech Economics

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