Teleworking in the spirit of coworking and (re)learning collaborative modes of consumption through practice and travel. CoWoSlowTourism is a mix between holiday and work, travelling and taking time to stay in local places. Work and play have never really gone together, yet nothing is more sustainable than acting willingly rather than . . . Read more
Working with groups it can be interesting to pair participants, and ask each pair to touch base before and after each meeting. This not only serves as a way to keep people connected to the process when they had to miss a meeting, it forges stronger relationships among the participants, . . . Read more
A thematic day where every citizen in the world is ask to symbolically give 67 minutes of work for the community, in memory of Nelson Mandela’s 67 years fight for equality.
An Installfest (a portmanteau of installation and festival) is an event at which people get together to do mass installations of computer operating systems or software, most often Linux and other open source software. It is generally an advocacy and community-building event, where novices bring their computers along with their . . . Read more
An informal work/play session to discuss about privacy & computer security, usually with music and drinks
Concentration is the stage of Hackathon where people are actively working on their projects in various teams or alone.
an event in which computer programmers and others in the field of software development, like graphic designers, interface designers and project managers, collaborate on software projects. Similar to hackathon but lighter and more about making it a play event.
Campus Party (CP) is an annual week-long, 24 hour a day technology festival and LAN Party. Thousands of hackers, developers, gamers and geeks equipped with laptops camp out in tents on-site for the conference and hackathon.
Burning Man is an annual art event and temporary community based on radical self expression and self-reliance in the Black Rock Desert of Nevada. Because of the variety of goals fostered by participatory attendees, known as “Burners,” Burning Man does not have a single focus. Features of the event are . . . Read more