By admin | September 28, 2008
“The idiom Birds of a Feather is from the proverb “Birds of a feather flock together,” meaning that similar people congregate. In old poetic English, “birds of a feather” means birds which have the same kind of feathers, so the proverb refers to the fact that birds congregate with birds of their own species. This proverb has been in use since the 16th century.”
Meaning; if you have a subject that you want to discuss with people interested in the same subject, we will provide you with a location for it and a means to find the other people.
Just post a session description on the bulletin board located at the Info Booth to announce your session and allow people to sign up to attend. We start out from the Info Booth. Refreshment and a light meal will be served. The BoFs start Tuesday at 17:00 and continue for two hours.