For those who don't know, Nexpo is a gigantic trade show put on by the Newspaper Association of America every year. Over at my day job, I'm a member of the NAA, and this interview was with the NAA monthly trade magazine.
As a result, I will be at Nexpo, invited by Rich Forsgren to appear on a panel to discuss "Content Management -- A Technology Perspective." I will be the open-source voice on the panel, which should include industry heavyweights SaxoTech, DTI, and other vendors of proprietary software.
I will, as usual, be taking the stance that open-source is good for business and that it aligns with the core goals of journalism: namely the free exchange of information in order to build better communities. This should be a lot of fun.
For those of you in the DC area, I will be in town for three nights [April 12 - 14], so make your dinner reservations now.