[hackerspaces] Idea: Mini-Camps in even years

webmind webmind at puscii.nl
Thu Sep 1 11:44:59 CEST 2011

Considering that it works different in different places, what about a
'this is how we did it?'

I've been trying to get a grasp of this for the bigger events, but
nobody seems to be either able or willing to get concrete on it.


On 2011-09-01 11:22, Nils Hitze wrote:
> I like the idea and what i would love is: to have kind of a Template for it.
> Like:
> Action Item 1: get a location, here's a template for a letter to a boy
> scout group with a camplocation
> Action Item 2: here's a registration template (wiki style)
> Action Item 3: Todo for Organizers (for 50, for 100, for 200+ people)
> Action Item 4: four weeks before the event you should have done
> everything on list a
> Action Item 5: two weeks before the event you should have done
> everything on list b
> and so on
> In every language
> 2011/9/1 Russ Garrett <russ at garrett.co.uk>:
>> On 1 September 2011 10:07, h0uz3 <h0uz3 at foto23.com> wrote:
>>> So, what about this: Hackerspaces all over the world do mini-camps during
>>> summer 2012. Not as huge as cccamp11 or the Hxx series, more like "50 nerds
>>> on a meadow", just to relax, enjoy sunlight, warm weather (for f**'s sake,
>>> warm weather!), some barbecue and interesting conversations and a nice way
>>> to welcome guests from other places. Maybe without an internet connection
>>> or just a few 3G uplinks.
>> We are already planning one in the UK for maybe 500 people (we're
>> still gauging interest):
>> https://twitter.com/#!/emfcamp
>> We'll try to make sure it doesn't clash with any of the others!
>> --
>> Russ Garrett
>> russ at garrett.co.uk
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