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It’s all happening. MashupCamp is a loosely joined open space event for mashing APIs and open source.

Socialtext set up a Kwiki for the event, which will be at least one day between February 18th-25th around Palo Alto. Co-organizers David Berlind and Doug Gold are nailing down the location, but signups for a maximum of 250 developers and observers are open.

Using my supreme design skills, I whipped up a logo:

Which sucked, so Pete Kaminski made one:

Which is a trip. And Chris Radcliffe made one too:

Now the logos are in rotation on the wiki. You too can contribute one (expect modest fame, possibly T-shirts, no fortune), and people are voting on this wiki page.

Oh, and huge hat tips to FooCamp, BarCamp, Ward Cunningham, Kwiki and the Open Space Method.

Ross Mayfield is CEO and co-founder of Socialtext, an emerging provider of Enterprise Social Software that dramatically increases group productivity and develops a group memory.

He also writes Ross Mayfield’s Weblog which focuses on markets, technology and musings.

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