Chaos Communication Congress 2016 (33C3)

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About

The Chaos Communication Congress is a large conference with more than 13,000 attendees in 2015. It covers all aspects of online and offline life and is a big gathering for makers, open-source projects, security researchers and hackers.

Location & Schedule

The congress takes place from 26 December (preparation day) till 30 December in the CCH in Hamburg, Germany: https://events.ccc.de/congress/2016/wiki/Static It will be open non-stop with talks usually happen from 11:00h till 02:00h (20:00h on the last day).

Fedora Project Attendees & Assembly Staff

Name/Link to Userpage Attendency Date Hometown Ticket ordered Interested in Presenting/Holding a workshop Need Sponsorship Need Lodging Possible exhibition items Areas of expertise
Till Maas 26 December - 30 December Aachen, Germany Checkmark.png Checkmark.png (ARM) microcontrollers, blinking items, First rollup banner Security, Packaging, Release Engineering, Programming, ...
Giannis Konstantinidis 26 December - 30 December Thessaloniki, Greece Checkmark.png X X RPi Community Building
Zacharias Mitzelos 26 December - 30 December Athens, Greece Checkmark.png X X Fedora rollup banners (x2) Communities, Programming, Ruby

Accommodation

There is no final decision regarding Accommodation. For reference, a double room at the Radisson Blu Hotel costs about 693.12 Euro for four nights. However, this rate is not available anymore.

Accommodation proposals

Budget

  • Allocated Budget: 1514 USD/ca. 1435 Euro
  • Entry pass for the four days start at 100 Euro/person.
Description Amount
Entry, one four day pass 100 Euro
German train ticket 99 Euro

Agenda

Ideas for self-organized sessions:

  • RPM packaging workshop
  • Introduction into Fedora
  • Contribution opportunities (giannisk)

Assembly item ideas:

  • Provide information about GPG keys and image verification: https://getfedora.org/keys/ and https://getfedora.org/verify
  • Prepare a list of supported ARM (SoC) devices and show it
  • Have a USB image burning device ready
  • Show blinking lights
  • Mention Fedora possiblities for embedded development, e.g. Arduino, toolchains, 3d printing
    • Make a list with version numbers for cross-compilers?
  • Show Security Lab: https://labs.fedoraproject.org/security/
  • Showcase RPi boards running Fedora

Metrics

  • Participants engaged in a conversation/interaction - Goal: 2000
  • People attending our talks/workshops - Goal:
  • New Fedora contributors gained - Goal: 2
  • Social media impressions - Goal: 2000

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