June 26, 2012, 6:49 amThe two sides in the Terminal Six labor dispute are finally talking. They were ordered by a federal judge to meet with former Governor ted Kulongoski who has been appointed as a special master over the negotiations. The dispute is now three weeks old. Two shipping lines have announced they will bypass Portland until the clash between longshoremen and electrical workers is settled. Port of Portland executive director Bill Wyatt tells The Oregonian there's not much he can say about the talks because of a court gag order.