PirateBox Camp 2015
Be sure to join us for PirateBox Camp 2015 in Berlin on the weekend of July 18th and 19th.
This year's camp will be hosted at the New York University Berlin Art Studios, located in the rear of the St. Agnes campus (map).
For this year, we plan to keep the agenda flexible and open with an emphasis on playful hacking & experimentation. As always, the camp will focus on the free and open exchange of knowledge and ideas. If you would like to present your project or idea during the camp, please post it to this forum thread.
Saturday, the 18 July 2015
- 10:30 Doors open
- 10:45 Brief welcome by David Darts and Matthias Strubel
- 11:00 Create working groups
- – Free hacking –
- 17:30 Presentation of results
- 18:30 Closing
Sunday, the 19 July 2015
- 10:30 Doors open.
- 10:45 General introduction to the concept of “PirateBox”
- 13:00 Workshop - Build your own PirateBox ; Free hacking
- 17:00 Closing
Participation is free (as in freedom and beer!) for all. If you'd like to join the camp, please send a quick email to <camp[ut]piratebox.cc> And be sure to let us know if you'd like to make a presentation.
How can I learn more about what happens at a PirateBox camp?
What language is spoken at the camp?
The primary language of the PirateBoxCamp is English, though some of the PirateBox team members speak other languages including German.
How much does it cost to participate?
PirateBox Camp is always free.
Will there be a live stream of the Camp?
Unfortunately not, you'll need to join us in person!
Do I need to participate in the whole Camp?
No, you're free to come and go as you please!
What do you mean by 'free hacking'?
Camp participants are encouraged to bring their own ideas and to work with others at the camp to “hack” on them. These things can be anything from a simple customization to installing additional software or even updating the piratebox.cc website. The core development team will be available to answer questions and provide support in overcoming technical challenges. Free hacking working groups will be asked to make a small presentation at the end of the day so that they can share their ideas, accomplishments, failures, etc.