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See also: Women speakers
(This is based on name recognition, so I might have missed some. Please add them if I did. --Skud 17:45, 19 June 2009 (UTC))
- Cat Allman - Getting Started in Free and Open Source
- Melissa Anderson - Organizing a Volunteer-Driven Open Source Community Project
- Lori Ayre - Open Source Library Software: Empowering Libraries - Creating Opportunities
- Amber Case - Keynote
- Sarah Beecroft - Organizing a Volunteer-Driven Open Source Community Project
- Deborah Bryant - Work for the Government for Fun and Profit
- Selena Deckelmann - bzr vs git smack down
- Audrey Eschright - Effective code sprinting
- Sara Ford - A Tour of CodePlex
- Leslie Hawthorne - Getting Started in Free and Open Source
- Emma Jane Hogbin - bzr vs git smack down
- Paula Holm Jensen - The Scylla and Charybdis of Open Source Legalese
- Janis Johnson - What's New in GCC
- Christie Koehler - Open Source Tools for Freelancers, Re-factor Your Brain: Meditation for Geeks
- Emma McGrattan - Ask Forgiveness not Permission
- Sherri Montgomery - Get Off Your Asana and Move!
- sarah novotny - 5 things to know about MySQL if you don't have a DBA
- Jennifer Redman - Open Source Development - The Dark Side
- Gabrielle Roth - My Grand Experiment: A Portland Women-focused Tech Group.
- Sarah Sharp - Advanced Git tutorial: Not your average VCS.
- Maria Webster - Faking It Til I Make It: A Woman On The Fringe Of Open Source
- Molly Vogt - Organizing a Volunteer-Driven Open Source Community Project
Total: 22/103 = 21%