On this page you can find a list of planned self-organized sessions by participants of the camp and you'll find the necessary information to create your own one.
"Self-organized Sessions" includes everything, everything that is organized by you and where you welcome other visitors to join!
Such an event can be:
- ... a gathering of a project group or on a special topic,
- ... a contest or a game,
- ... a workshop,
- ... a small talk or lecture,
- ... a screening of a movie,
- ... something with music, literature and art,
- ... a follow-up-discussion on one ob the "big talks" or another topic that happened rencently,
- ... everything else you think that needs to take place at the camp,
List of self organized sessions
There are 125 registered self-organized sessions.
Warning: The processing village might not be the location of the session, look at the session details for locations and times.
|description||Processed by village||Has session type|
|Session:ChaosWest Soundscape||ChaosWest provides a stage with PA, DJ equipment and lighting where DJs and other musicians can make/play music. More info to come.||Cluster:ChaosWest||Other|
|Session:Esperanto 'Meet-up'||Meeting of people that speak Esperanto; or people that want to listen to it ;)||Village:/dev/derp||Meeting|
|Session:Organizational Security for Human Rights Defenders in the Global South||Organizations defending human rights in what is referred to as the Global South -- what some prefer to call, the developing world -- have to deal with lack of resources in the face of intrusive surveillance and interception from governments. How can they protect their data, either at rest or in transit? How can they protect the information entrusted in them by their constituencies? This workshop is meant to come up with a practical manual that can be used by those organizations to learn how to secure their information so that they can stop worrying about that and get busy doing their primary job: protecting human rights.||Village:Anarchist||Workshop|
|Session:Find the geocache||Finding a geocache is fun, finding it together is even more fun.
We will gather at Area42 (opposite Kevin the Container) and jointly try to find the geocache.Friday 20:00, Saturday 13:00, Sunday 13:00, Monday 13:00, Tuesday 11:00
|Session:Flamethrowers 101||A 1 hr introduction to building propane flamethrowers, including basic principles, safety but no demo :-(||Village:Area42||Talk|
|Session:SolarBot||Assemble your own solar car by following simple instructions. Workshop for kids starting at age 6 and up.
Workshops will happen on regular basis in Village:BEECreative (Olsen field)
Day 2 : 11:00 - 12:00 Day 3 : 14:00 - 15:00 and 17:00 - 18:00Day 4 : 13:00 - 14:00
|Session:Soldering intro for kids||Learn how to solder a simple Maker robot badge. Kids starting from age 10/11 on.
Workshops will happen on regular basis in Village:BEECreative (Olsen field)
Day 2 : 11:00 - 12:00 Day 3 : 14:00 - 15:00 and 17:00 - 18:00Day 4 : 13:00 - 14:00
|Session:Make aluminium profile connections||Quick workshop where you learn how to make sturdy aluminium profile connections. Always handy to know.||Village:Belgian Embassy||Workshop|
|Session:Bullet-Proof Hosting||Presentation about the different forms of bullet proof-hosting (for any content)||Village:Belgian Embassy||Talk|
|Session:Still Riding Anyway||Join us at a ridearound camp with your personal human transport machine!||Village:C4outpost||Meeting|
|Session:CTF||We are a group of hackers who are part of the Eindbazen CTF team and we are currently in the process of organizing the official CTF for the SHA event.||Village:CTF Village||Game|
|Session:Howlistic Howling||Holistic Howling is a group based howling practice, which encourages safe, non-verbal communication through Howl Circles. Circles are formed ad-hoc at festivals and events, and through a friendly group using the WhatsApp smartphone app. It's completely free, and good for the soul.||Village:Cave of Monsters||Other|
|Session:Morse Code workshop||Communicate by morse code.
De morse key has to made by your self. All materials are available and included in the workshop.
number of participants 7 (at once)last workshop 7/8/17 15:00 lt
|Session:Raspberry Pi Robot Programming||We show the raspberry pi robot pi2go how it can find his way on his own. There is also time to play around with a labyrinth and invent together a small game challenge.||Village:Family Village||Workshop|
|Session:DIY sushi||Let's make sushi together. We will start from washing the rice and finish with forming the rolls. The goal is to make sure everyone will know exactly how to make it later, at home. We can adjust for almost every allergy or diet restriction.||Village:Foodhackingbase||Hands-On|
|Session:The One Ring Workshop||Mobile goldsmithing workshop||Village:Foodhackingbase||Workshop|
|Session:Cheese Rendezvous||We will meet again tasting wide selection of gourmet cheeses and related condiments.||Village:Foodhackingbase||Workshop|
|Session:Kombucha is Easy||You will learn how to grow kombucha SCOBY making a lovely probiotic drink for yourself.||Village:Foodhackingbase||Hands-On|
|Session:Cider Flows||We will taste selection of ciders coming from different regions and scales of production.||Village:Foodhackingbase||Meeting|
|Session:Introduction to soybean fermentation||Introduction to soybean fermentation making tempeh.||Village:Foodhackingbase||Hands-On|
|Session:FHB SHA2017 Party||We will organize Food Hacking Base (fhb) SHA2017 party, come and enjoy!||Village:Foodhackingbase||Meeting|
|Session:Advanced Probiotic Brewing||Overview of different styles of brewing using variety of microbial cultures (for more advanced brewers).||Village:Foodhackingbase||Workshop|
|Session:Open Molecular Cooking Night||Open Molecular Cooking Night is the perfect place to put a molecular twist on some of your favourite recipes.||Village:Foodhackingbase||Hands-On|
|Session:Fermenting with Kefir||Learning how to ferment with milk kefir grains.||Village:Foodhackingbase||Hands-On|
|Session:Public Money Public Code||The FSFE's latest campaign "Public money, public code" (PMPC) evolves around the demand targeted at public administrations to release software which is paid with taxpayers' money as Free Software. We believe that publicly funded software should be considered as public good and be freely available for everybody to reuse, study, share and improve. All public bodies should treat public funds carefully, ensuring the best possible value-for-money is obtained whenever public money is being spent or invested. Therefore, Free Software and re-use should be the norm, not only for the public sector to reduce the costly expenses for the acquisition of proprietary licences, but also for it to regain the control over its IT infrastructure. Free Software should be seen as public good, with value-added for every democratic society and its citizens, for co-operation among public authorities between regions and states. In my talk, I will give an overview and the status of our PMPC campaign, together with concrete action points on how everybody can engage in the campaign and support our goal.||Village:Free Software Foundation Europe||Talk|
|Session:Join us now - a choir to perform the Free Software song||We are gathering to rehearse and perform the Free Software song.||Village:Free Software Foundation Europe||Hands-On|
|F-Droid:Pimp your Android(-fork) with the best Free Software apps||F-Droid is a powerful client that is designed to be resilient against surveillance and censorship. Plus, F-Droid is a Free-Software-App-only repository for Android systems and every Android-based fork.
For its competitive character, F-Droid is not available via other "app stores" (like Google Play). You have to download it via your browser once but then it is easy to install and easy to use - and without the need for any account!
However, F-Droid also misses any kind of rating system, so the sheer amount of available Free Software apps (2300+) can be overwhelming in the beginning.
After a short introduction about Android and the Free Software world, I will demonstrate F-Droid with its anarchic and anti-censorship features. Next, I will come up with the 10 or so most important apps (IMHO!).
Finally, I like to open up the stage for you and your favorite F-Droid app. You can explain the app with your words and by showing its webpage.
In general, participants are invited to install F-Droid and every demonstrated app during the talk. Bring your own device and let us turn this talk into an interactive one!
btw: If you have read a previous version of this talk, I had to change the concept a bit for technical reasons. I like to keep the interactive character, but I think that the previously planned live install presentation is better suited for a two hour-workshop and needs additional equipment.
|Village:Free Software Foundation Europe||Hands-On|
|Session:Let's sing together the Free Software Song||Village:Free Software Foundation Europe||Other|
|Session:The ultimate Free Software challenge||Village:Free Software Foundation Europe||Game|
|Session:Mesh Networks in Brasil||“Free Digital Territories” is an artistical research project focusing the exchange of the work by free network communities in Brazil and Germany.
2017 we spoke to people active in free WiFi communities as the Casa dos Meninos Sao Paulo, where mesh networks support also education, the COOLAB which is funded by Mozilla to bring the idea forward, the Sempreviva Organização Feminista (SOF) is planning a Meshnetwork, to support farmer women in Vale do Rebeira, the NGO „Article 19“, which is engaged for the expression of free speach.
And we spoke to Flávia Lefèvre, member of the Brazilian Internet Steering Committee, who esplained us the situation of internet in Brasil.
Time: Day 3 @2pmDuration: 30min
|Session:FPGAs for Newbies||This workshop is intended for people with very few knowledge about FPGAs and VHDL.
We will cover which software is required and where to get it, creating a first project and let some LEDs blink.
Please send me an Email to email@example.com *only* if you want to participate, so I can try to organize some FPGA boards to use during the workshop.
Please send questions regarding the workshop to firstname.lastname@example.orgAccording to the number of participants the workshop will take place at Geraffel Village or somewhere else.
|Session:Noise||Effects of amplified noises on the general sleep behavior of homo sapiens after midnight||Village:Geraffel||Workshop|
|Session:KubernetesDockerClusterWorkshop||Learn how to deploy docker application on a Kubernetes cluster|
Day 3: sun 6-Aug, 19:30 - 21:30
|Village:Hardware Hacking Area||Workshop|
|Session:LearnToSolder||Learn to Solder! A large variety of way cool kits are available, all designed for total beginners to complete successfully -- and intriguing enough for the total hardware geek.
This ongoing workshop will be happening concurrently with lots of other way cool workshops|
at the Hardware Hacking Area!
|Village:Hardware Hacking Area||Workshop|
|Session:Pink Snakes and Other Blinking LEDS (Solder and assemble kits)||Solder and assemble the Hammes Hacks RGB LED sheild or the Charlieplexed shield. Cost (inc. materials) 40 euro.
|Village:Hardware Hacking Area||Workshop|
|Session:Surface Mount Electronics Assembly for Terrified Beginners||Surface mount electronics for terrified beginners. Learn to assemble tiny parts on circuit boards by building a working power supply. Anyone can do it. Yes, even you who never touched anything electronic before. 90mins, 20€/kit, avoid caffeine immediately before.||Village:Hardware Hacking Area||Workshop|
|Session:Build your own Synthesizer||Build your own Arduino-based synthesizer||Village:Königlich Bayerisches Amtsvillage|
Village:Hardware Hacking Area
|Session:Hack-N-Swap-O-Rama||Hack-N-Swap-O-Rama - Beg, haggle, sell, buy, barter and swap! Campers are invited to bring old electronic components, mechanical parts, obsolete technology, abandoned projects, unwanted gimmicks, surplus acquisitions - anything hack-worthy to sell or swap with others!||Village:Hardware Hacking Area||Meeting|
|Session:Music Synthesizer Meetup||Get-together to show our music synthesizer projects, and talk about how they work. All are welcome to learn and share!||Village:Hardware Hacking Area||Discussion|
|Session:LED TSHIRT UPCYCLING||Pimp up your existing clothing for SHA2017 with LEDs - no programming necessary or soldering - instead we use sewing! Bring your own clothing and I will teach you about what is an e-textile and then you can create your own illuminated fashion tech on the spot! Kids welcome with adult supervision. This class is DAILY starting Aug 5th until Aug 8 at 11am in the Hardware Hacking Area||Village:Hardware Hacking Area||Workshop|
|Session:PCB Layout and Manufacture for Terrified Beginners||We're going to go from a schematic to a PCB layout, and then manufacture the PCB and a reflow soldering stencil to go with it. No prior knowledge needed. Please bring a laptop with Kicad 4.0.6 installed. Takes about 4 hours, cost is on a pay-what-you-want model. This is an experimental workshop I'm teaching for the first time, so your input is going to be fundamental to future editions. Join/help others in not being terrified anymore!||Village:Hardware Hacking Area||Workshop|
|Session:ArduinoForTotalNewbies||Learn Arduino using TV-B-Gone as an example project|
Day 3: 6-Aug, 1pm - 4:30pm
|Village:Hardware Hacking Area||Workshop|
|Session:Train of Thought Open Experiment||It's time to explore the cognitive enhancing properties of magic truffles (microdose) and coffee!
We'll use our open platform - Train of Thought - for cognitive games to benchmark your performance versus placebo group. Take part in an open microdosing or coffee experiment at our village!The first session will take part on Sunday, August 6 at 11:00, at Lamarr 52.283944836863,5.5240613108062
|Session:Italians Do It Bigger||We’ll set a 3D printing workshop and non-stop activity with a 3mt tall printer. Workshop will teach to approach everyone to 3D printing with hemp fiber and polymer derived by corn seeds. Workshop and activities will be surrounded by a sensorial experience with essential oils prepared by a florentine artist joining design, art, open source technology||Village:ItalianEmbassy|
|Session:Mobile World||Digital forensics could be very challenging when you need to work with mobile devices. They are far more difficult to investigate than PCs or Macs, and, at the same time, they are connected with many different cloud services. We’ll talk about new extraction and analysis programs, as well as cloud technologies||Village:ItalianEmbassy|
|Session:The digital martial art||Zanshin Tech is a digital martial art focusing on the digital aggression and teaching how to use mind and technology to avoid, solve or stop the conflict. In this quick overview we will introduce the discipline, describing the activities, the educational method and the structure of the art itself.||Village:ItalianEmbassy||Talk|
|Session:Introduction to Mozilla ChangeCopyright||ChangeCopyright è la campagna europea di Mozilla per sensibilizzare gli utenti riguardo l'uso di internet e sul materiale che condividono in rete. Slide: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1SYDABVZQYsfdrIU4Avl9eHjFG3XbsprNn2FgdQP93ow/edit||Village:ItalianEmbassy|
|Session:New challenges||PCs and Macs are changing. They are inheriting many features from the mobile devices. They use cloud accounts, SSDs, cryptography, always-on and connected-stand-by. These features are challenging and are changing extraction and analysis techniques. Now it’s not more possible to simply acquire an hard drive and then perform an off-line investigation. You have to mix and match different approaches.||Village:ItalianEmbassy|
|Session:Brief history of IoT (Internet of Things)||While the IoT buzzword became common in the last four years, in june 2005 a French start-up began to sold the father of all Things of Internet, the Nabaztag. Being mainly an object of feeling, (despite being sold as “ Information console - portable media player”). Nabaztag will tell us this Internet tale of dreams and nightmares, describe the present and guess maybe a bit of future||Village:ItalianEmbassy|
|Session:Secure communications hardware||This talk will focus on securing end-point-devices from attack by state level actors. This kind of IT security is important when these devices are operating in potentially hostile environments. Examples would be: securely communicating from an embassy, operating as a journalist and running certain industrial production environments. First we will show some attack vectors employed in the past by state actors. Then protection measures are demonstrated, starting with low level treat protection and ending in full-scale paranoid mode. It will demonstrate how far one must go (and can go) to achieve a certain level of security.||Village:ItalianEmbassy||Talk|
|Session:Join Mozilla: We Have Cookies||Join Mozilla: we have cookies! Vieni a scoprire cosa fa Mozilla per te e di come in Italia stia agendo nella creazione di club cittadini e campus universitari per promuovere la alfabetizzazione digitale, la programmazione e sicurezza su internet.||Village:ItalianEmbassy|
|Session:Windows forensics||Windows 10 is, at the same, the old good Windows and a completely new operating system, capable to run on different architectures, from IoT to Virtual Reality systems, passing by convertibles, tablets and 2-in-1. Let’s have some fun together…||Village:ItalianEmbassy||Workshop|
|Session:From NoT to IoT (or the opposite?)||NoT (Network of Things) and IoT (Internet of Things) looks like overlapping definitions, the second following the first.
During this short course all the above will be discussed and a lot of complexity and loops will emerge. In fact IoT and NoT developed mostly in an independent way and still today are seen as separated things.Is this true or a big and dangerous mistake?
|Session:The future of digital security education - developing sustainable, continuous learning approaches||Digital security trainings play a very important role in securing activists and human rights defenders and increasing the efficiency of their work while they use the internet. However, a lot of the time, face-to-face security trainings are hard to organise, conduct and follow-up post training.
Over the last several years, we have seen a variety of community developed toolkits, guides and other resources that help aid security trainers educating the human rights community on how to protect themselves and their peers from the multiple threats they face.
As technology rapidly evolves, the digital threat landscape evolves with it. Digital security tools and tactics go outdated pretty quickly and it is becoming extremely important to create new sustainable approaches to help human rights defenders stay updated with the latest, efficient ways to improve their defense and minimise these threats.
Some newer initiatives such as https://advocacyassembly.org/ and https://totem-project.org are trying to improve the efficiency of online learning by applying some of the best practices from traditional forms of online education such as MOOCs(massive open online course) and interactive testing methods to digital security trainings aimed towards the activist community.This session aims to engage with rights activists, digital security trainers and other thought leaders from the community to discuss and help develop the future of digital security trainings, with focus on offline and online methods/techniques that can be combined to create a training environment that encourages better community engagement, helps build a continuous learning environment and increases knowledge retention.
|Session:Regulating Law Enforcement uses of Trojans||Implementing a Law to juridically, operationally and technically regulate the uses of Trojan in Italy The complexity of implementing a policy (law) and related operational and technical procedures to regulate the uses of Trojan by Law Enforcement in a way that protect civil rights while not preventing investigations from going on with the right balance of juridical/technical implementation.||Village:ItalianEmbassy|
|Session:My own system||Modern Personal Computer are migrating to an Always-on paradigm. We use cloud account to authenticate, Cloud drives and services, software houses want to collect more and more personal data. The simplest solution could be to choose an alternative operating system (like GNU/Linux or *BSD) and simply ignoring the world which is changing. Otherwise you can begin an hardening process and try to balance new Technologies and a resonable level of security. It's challenging but you can do it. Furthermore It's a way to build an antiforensics system||Village:ItalianEmbassy|
|Session:Autopsy of IoT - Nabaztag, the Hare||One of the most dangerous characteristic of IoT is being hidden.
So what better than opening and disassemble things of IoT trying to understand how they work and what is inside? The first inhabitant of IoT, the hare Nabaztag is the protagonist of the first autopsy of a series.And probably, after the autopsy, there will be a resurrection!
|Session:Monitoring Government Surveillance Capabilities by means of Transparency tools||This project is a concept to exploit the availability of public procurement data sets, required by anticorruption transparency laws, to discover government surveillance capabilities.
We'll present early findings of a mixed-strategy approach, based on transparency and privacy activism, to uncover government capabilities analyzing procurement data of Ministry of Interior, Justice and Defense that are allowed by law to buy and use surveillance products and services.
This project will present manifold outcomes, such as the mapping of surveillance capabilities, expenditures, governmental project code names, providers and peculiar participants of surveillance related tenders.
The project will move forward exploiting the new FOIA laws by asking for:
|Session:Cyberbullying: reverse engineering||The workshop focuses on a real case of cyberbullying: participants will have the opportunity to disassemble the aggression using the method of Zanshin Tech martial art, recognize specific attack techniques used by the bully and learn how to stop them and stay safe in the digital world. The minimum age to participate is 11 years old.||Village:ItalianEmbassy|
|Session:Modern Digital Forensics analysis, where to find evidences||In the modern interconnected world it’s not simple to find where digital evidences are. They can be found on devices (both PCs and mobiles), on virtual machines, in the cloud. We’ll discuss about modern investigation techniques, OSINT, and how to correlate information from different sources to trace where the evidences could be found.||Village:ItalianEmbassy|
|Session:Getting started with DIY level 3 autonomous driving||We will explore the current status of open source efforts to develop autonomous driving, from the release of the Comma.ai platform to the recent OSCC project.||Village:ItalianEmbassy|
|Session:What code are you running?||In my presentation I'll explain why we need to increase the trustworthiness of our systems, and what solutions are being worked on to increase that trust. Some of the projects I'll highlight are Reproducible builds, GuixSD, QubesOS and the L4 kernel.||Village:ItalianEmbassy-Talks||Talk|
|Session:Free Software in the Dutch public sector||Almost 15 years ago now the Dutch government first officially commited to adopting open source software. But what has come of that? Spoiler alert: very little! Especially compared to other countries. That's why it is a recurring theme in politics, as policy does not result in change. In this presentation I'll dig deep and highlight the projects that do meet that initial goal of open source adoption.||Village:ItalianEmbassy-Talks||Talk|
|Session:Missing Maps Marathon||Village:Maptime||Hands-On|
|Session:OpenStreetMap Mapping Party||During the camp, the Maptime village will organize a small OpenStreetMap Mapping Party. We will head out into the forests surrounding the camp and see if there is any information we can add to the map. On return in the camp, we will add the data directly to OpenStreetMap using the iD or JOSM editors. Join us if you want to learn how to edit OpenStreetMap, or if you simply would like to have a hike in the nature around the camp.||Village:Maptime||Outside|
|Session:OpenStreetMap.org: cartography development||Openstreetmap is a map of the world, created by people like you and free to use under an open license. The focus of this talk will be on the development of the cartographic stylesheet used on OpenStreetMap.org.||Village:Maptime||Talk|
|Session:whiskyleaks||We all bring whisk(e)ys and share it with each other||Village:Milliways||Other|
|Session:General Data Protection Regulation||Diskussion über die EU Datenschutzgrundverordnung||Village:Plan A||Discussion|
|Session:Gadget Garage||I have accumulated lots of small IT gadgets and accessories over time that I am giving away (for free) - but only for good causes. Except USB/network/HDMI/VGA/Audio/power/... cables and various power adapters- anyone can take as many as we have.||Village:Plan A||Other|
|Session:Git from the inside||“Detached head” and "Non-fast-forward push denied" - (error)messages in git are not always easy to understand and often lead to cargo cult (https://xkcd.com/1597/). I'll show you how "git sees the world". You'll know to speak to git in its own language. No prior knowledge of git required!||Village:Plan A||Talk|
|Session:Queer Feminist Geeks Meetup||Meeting for LGBTIQ*, queer, feminist or otherwise fabulous geeks and allies TAKES PLACE AT TAU WORKSHOP TENT, NOT AT THE QFG VILLAGE||Village:Queer Feminist Geeks||Meeting|
|Session:Queer Feminist Party||Village:Queer Feminist Geeks|
|Session:Cheap SCA with Open Source tools||During this workshop in the Riscufefe village, security analysts from Riscure will show how Side Channel Analysis techniques work (DPA) with super cheap equipment (less than 60 euro the full setup) and Open Source SCA tools (jlSCA). IMPORTANT: You will get a VM which you can practice what you learned; please bring your own laptop with >15GB of free disk space and VirtualBox installed (with extension package)!!||Village:Riscufefe||Workshop|
|Session:Salmiakki tasting||Come taste ammonium chloride in solid and liquid forms!||Village:Sauna Finland PRKL||Hands-On|
|Session:The first session||This is a placeholder session, just to make sure sessions are working. If you still see this and there are over 10 other sessions registered already, feel free to delete this one :)||Village:StitchVille||Talk|
|Session:Oscilloscope: What it is and how to use it||In this course I would like to show you what a oscilloscope is used for, how it works and how you have to use it.
The Goal is, that you know how to:
|Session:g20 protest meetup||some of the inhabitants of travellers village have been on the streets during g20 and organizing parts of the protest over nearly months. as we're coming from hamburg often we're asked to tell how we experienced the week of protest. this session is a gathering all around the different perspectives on this world changing week in hamburg, come over with questions, ideas, your perspective.||Village:Travellers Village||Meeting|
|Session:Ghosts in Shells||We want to build translucent, lightweight, 3d sculptures and use what ever you like as a model.
This session is kids friendly although adults help is needed to cut the children out when they are wrapped in. It really has no age boundary.Needed Material: Bigger Scotch tape, cling wrap, bandage scissors (from your first aid kit), an object/person you want to copy.
|Session:Happy Keyhole Hacking||Playing with the Keyholes from There Is No Game you may remember from 33c3. Meeting in the black yurt in the Traveller's Village.||Village:Travellers Village||Hands-On|
|Session:meetup ethereum & concept art||transdisciplinary brainstorming and idea exchange on smart contracts, social transformation and tools for a new world. In an art activist perspective it seems that ethereum brings a mindblowing next level to a lot of thoughts.||Village:Travellers Village||Meeting|
|Session:Do Music/Sounds for fun||try to make 1song||Village:Travellers Village||Workshop|
|Session:Tor Relay Operators Meetup||Tor Relay Operators Meetup||Village:Travellers Village||Meeting|
|Session:Smart Kids Lab||Smart Kids Lab (Gijs Boerwinkel + Frank Vloet)||Village:Tsja...||Hands-On|
|Session:Build & Program your own do-it-your-selfdriving car||Build & Program your own do-it-your-selfdriving car.||Village:Tsja...||Hands-On|
|Session:ELI5 + Fears and Hopes about Data and Society||DATACTIVE: ELI5 + Fears and Hopes about Data and Society. Opening of the box of fears and hopes of Datafication.||Village:Tsja...||Discussion|
|Session:Post-talk discussion about Decode with Marleen Stikker||Post-talk discussion about Decode Marleen Stikker (Waag Society). After the talk on the SHA main stage https://program.sha2017.org/events/152.html there is room for further discussion.||Village:Tsja...||Discussion|
|Session:Races with the do-it-yourselfdriving cars + beer||After building and programming do-it-yourself-driving cars in the 3 o'clock sessions, there'll be races with the do-it-yourself-driving cars + beer.||Village:Tsja...||Game|
|Session:Post-talk discussion Ethics in Technology||Q&A session hosted by Tsja, after the talk! There will be probes ;-)||Village:Tsja...||Discussion|
|Session:Pragmatic Utopism; actionable approaches to unbreaking the world||Many of us aware of the many problems threatening the proliferation of our species and the wonderful planet hosting it so gratituously. Some of us have ideas on how to cope with some of these problems, but many of ideas are overly abstract and theoretical. This session will be a discussion on practical, actionable approaches to problems pertaining to our furthered existence on this planet. Your (constructive) critical views and surprisingly diverging views are much appreciated.||Village:Tsja...||Discussion|
|Session:Let's talk in private, introduction to GPG and VPN||Let's talk in private, introduction to GPG and VPN||Village:Tsja...||Workshop|
|Session:Drink and Think||Drink and Think: Talking about heavy issues in a slightly intoxicated state. Day 1: Theme: Data as commons. Smart citizens in a Smart City. Host: Waag Society. Day 3 Host: Bits of Freedom||Village:Tsja...||Discussion|
|Session:Arduino for kids soldering||This workshop is easy enough for total little newbies (year 8-88) to learn all you need to know to get going on an Arduino. It's basically simular to Mitch arduino for total newby's workshop, but than focussed on kids in the age of 8-12 years old. There are manuals in dutch and english, and if needed i'll translate to german on the spot.||Village:Tsja...||Workshop|
|Session:How does ICANN work||How does ICANN work by Julf||Village:Tsja...||Talk|
|Session:Discussion about alternative social media/reasons why they aren't replacing mainstream social media and what we can do about it||Discussion about alternative social media/reasons why they aren't replacing mainstream social media and what we can do about it (e1k)||Village:Tsja...||Discussion|
|Session:The Future of Digital Rights, a Socratic conversation||The Future of Digital Rights, a Socratic conversation (Bits of Freedom)||Village:Tsja...||Meeting|
|Session:Gene-coop: The first collaborative DNA bank||Gene-coop: The first collaborative DNA bank. (Pieter van Boheemen)||Village:Tsja...||Workshop|
|Session:Post-talk discussion about Update the Updates||Post-talk discussion about Update the Updates. After the talk at the SHA main stage https://program.sha2017.org/events/100.html||Village:Tsja...|
|Session:Post-talk discussion: Relationship status of technology and legislation: It's complicated||Legislation & technological developments... Hmm...||Village:Tsja...||Discussion|
|Session:Cryptokids workshop for kids||Cryptokids workshop for kids||Village:Tsja...||Workshop|
|Session:CineMeh||Come watch movies with us, at village Yolocation's CineMeh, the only SHA2017 outdoors cinema cobbled together with ducttape and bedsheets.
tonight (the 5th of August) we'll be showing:
22:00 - Hackers 00:00 - V for Vendetta
the 6th of August we'll be showing:
2200: Office space 0000: Tron
The 7th of August we'll be showing:
2200: Groundhog day
0000: Groundhog dayAs we are limited in seating, please bring your own chair, and BYOB.
|Session:Z-Uno||Build you own home automation device based on Z-Wave technology with Z-Uno developing board.||Village:Z-Wave||Workshop|
|Session:Z-Wave||Introduction in Z-Wave home automation protocol. Introduction in RaZberry - Raspberry Pi based Z-Wave home gateway.||Village:Z-Wave||Workshop|
|Session:Crazy Carts and other Electric Vehicle Hacking||We want to build some crazy electric vehicle with you!||Village:ctdo||Workshop|
|Session:Medical Device Security||find me to discuss Medical Device Security call DECT 5001||Village:gramels Village||Discussion|
|Session:Hack in The Class: CTF for kids||How to play allowed hacking games.
In the world of hacking a lot is not allowed because breaking into computer systems is prohibited. (Of course) But it doesn’t stop us from doing “legal allowed” hacking. CTF’s and online Wargames are the way to learn more about computer security and the ways around it. During this workshop you will learn what is allowed and what is not. We well demo what hacking is, explain what a CTF is (and why it is allowd), how you can start yourself and learn!
Age: from 12 years and upNeeded: A laptop with root access
|Session:Hack in The Class: Arduino for kids||Subtitle: Arduino for kids, how to start playing with electronics Arduino is an open-source electronics prototyping platform based on flexible, easy-to-use hardware and software. It’s intended for artists, designers, hobbyists, and anyone interested n creating interactive objects or environments. So also for kids! \o/ This workshop will give you an impression what Arduino is, what the hardware platform and extensions does, how you can work with the hardware and interface. Finally we will help all kidsstep by step how we made one (may-be more) of our projects like Blinky (our LED board), the Garduino (for Garden automation) or our Hackerspace automation system.
You can just drop by, max 15 kids (due to amount of hardware). Session will be at the HITR2NDB and not in the family village. Although we will be there to guide a group :-)
Age: if you can read a bit English it’s probably fine, or bring your mom/dad/friend who can :-)Needed: A laptop would be nice with root or possible root exploits ;-)