[Noisebridge-congress] CCCamp 2011 HardwareHacking workshops

Mitch Altman maltman23 at hotmail.com
Thu Apr 14 10:52:45 UTC 2011

Hey Hardware Hackers!

I put up the beginnings wiki page for the HardwareHacking tent for Chaos Communications Camp 2011. 

If you are going to Camp (and I really hope you are!), and would like to do a workshop, then please feel free to add your workshop to the schedule.

I added some names of people who said they'd like to do a workshop at Camp, along with some made up descriptions (which they will be changing to be more real very soon). If you like, you can use these, as well as my workshops as examples on how to add you workshop to the wiki -- mine is "Arduinos For Total Newbies" and is being given three times -- on Day 2, Day 3, and Day 4.)

Everyone is free to change and add to their hearts content on the wiki. Please spread the word that everyone can add their workshop to this wiki page.

Workshops can be about making anything -- as long as it's about making something (anything!). They can be for total newbies, or for uber-geeks, or anywhere in between. They can be for a very large group (the tent is huge!), or very small groups, or anywhere in between. They can be any time of day or night. We can have more than one workshop going on at a time (the tent is huge!).

You do not need to do an official submission to the Camp's submission system to do a workshop in the HardwareHacking tent. But it will help get the word out, if you do make a submission. Deadline for submissions on the Camp's official submission system is 1-May (no deadline for adding workshops to the HardwareHacking tent wiki page).

If you add a workshop, please create a wiki page for the workshop with more details.

Please let me know if you have any questions or comments.

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