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  • Video update – BarCamp Canberra
    seen them yet make sure you visit the barcamp Canberra website or youtube channel to take a look And if you had a favourite talk make sure you leave a comment and a thumbs up to let us know And don t forget we d love to see your photos in the flickr group and your blog posts Let us know what you have got Share this Twitter Facebook Google

    Original URL path: http://barcampcanberra.org/2014/video-update/ (2016-02-11)
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  • Ingress. A revolution in gaming – Alan Kerlin – BarCamp Canberra
    and how it is played in the Canberra region Ingress https www ingress com Alan https twitter com alankerlin Share this Twitter Facebook Google LinkedIn Related Author Gavin Tapp Posted on March 25 2014 March 25 2014 Categories Video Leave a Comment Cancel reply Post navigation Previous Previous post Distro Astro and Open Rocket Jessica Smith Next Next post Video update Join our Mailing list We send one or two

    Original URL path: http://barcampcanberra.org/2014/ingress-revolution-gaming-alan-kerlin/ (2016-02-11)
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  • Distro Astro and Open Rocket – Jessica Smith – BarCamp Canberra
    does a quick demo of Open rocket Twitter itgrrl DistroAstro website http www distroastro org Open Rocket http openrocket sourceforge net Share this Twitter Facebook Google LinkedIn Related Author Gavin Tapp Posted on March 25 2014 March 24 2014 Categories Video Leave a Comment Cancel reply Post navigation Previous Previous post Using tech for community engagement Amelia Loye Next Next post Ingress A revolution in gaming Alan Kerlin Join our

    Original URL path: http://barcampcanberra.org/2014/distro-astro-open-rocket-jessica-smith/ (2016-02-11)
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  • Using tech for community engagement – Amelia Loye – BarCamp Canberra
    twitter com Emotivate Share this Twitter Facebook Google LinkedIn Related Author Gavin Tapp Posted on March 24 2014 March 23 2014 Categories Video 1 thought on Using tech for community engagement Amelia Loye Keren says March 24 2014 at 3 25 PM Great presentation Thanks Amelia Reply Leave a Comment Cancel reply Post navigation Previous Previous post State of the art photography Shanx Bose Next Next post Distro Astro and

    Original URL path: http://barcampcanberra.org/2014/using-tech-community-engagement-amelia-loye/ (2016-02-11)
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  • BarCamp Canberra – Page 2 – Ideas and sharing for Canberra
    a hand on the day Some photos are starting to appear on Flickr make sure you take a look and add comments tags etc to help describe the photos Over the next few weeks we will edit and publish the videos I think we have video of all the sessions in the conference rooms except for the first 2 sessions the technology took a while to warm up It would be great to see each of the videos captioned We have some options for how to do this we may put out a call for people to help Each video will get a blog post on this website We re happy to include any related info from the presenter in the blog post so if you have a slide deck software download or whatever let us know and we will include it Similarly if you send in your presentation materials we may be able to edit them into the video which can make them videos much better to watch Send any materials to info barcampcanberra org If they are large files send us a dropbox link or similar We d really like to hear your feedback from the event especially if you travelled to Canberra but a survey sounds like hard work If you can take a moment to jot down some brief comments and post them in the comments below or send them to info barcampcanberra org that would be great These questions might get you started What was your favourite session Why did you come to Barcamp Would you come again next year How would you explain Barcamp to a friend What worked about the event What didn t work about the event Did you think the venue was ok Would you like to be an unorganiser next year Anything else you want to tell us Thanks again to everyone who contributed to put on a great event that means everyone who was there A DIY conference doesn t happen without people to put it together Follow us in all the usual channels Facebook Twitter Youtube and join the mailing list using the form at the right of this page Stay tuned for videos and for Barcamp Canberra 2015 You can see all the existing Barcamp Canberra videos here Share this Twitter Facebook Google LinkedIn Author Gavin Tapp Posted on March 16 2014 Categories News Leave a comment on All done for 2014 Barcamp Canberra this Saturday Just a few days now before a great day of ideas and information sharing at Barcamp Canberra 2014 We are going to have a great day here are things you should know before you arrive Places still available We have room for more people bring a friend Register here Venue Don t forget we are at a new venue this year at Gungahlin Library Schedule Registrations start at 9 00 with the first session starting at 9 30 There are five 20 minute sessions in the morning with lunch at 12

    Original URL path: http://barcampcanberra.org/page/2/ (2016-02-11)
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  • BarCamp Canberra – Page 6 – Ideas and sharing for Canberra
    explanation but its probably not worth worrying about too much now What you need to know is that BarCamp is a gathering to share ideas meet new people and learn new stuff It is free to attend and is a voluntary run non commercial event Anyone can speak run a demonstration host a discussion or even perform a song Expect sessions to cover all sorts of topics and vary widely in style There is normally a lot of interaction between the speaker and the crowd each asking questions and offering ideas Its a great place to bring tricky problems for discussion by a diverse group of smart people Barcamp Canberra is part of a larger series of events that happen across the world each sharing a name and a couple of common aspects They emerged from the tech scene in California but now extend into many non tech topics and communities Barcamp Canberra in past years has included a number of great talks regarding government and technology reflecting both the location and the background of the barcamp movement But a key thing about a self organising conference is that you can t predict what the talks will be on the day Based on past years you could expect talks on solar panels website development creating maps soil science and any number of other things The magic of barcamp is the coming together of people with different skills and experience and seeing how they can share what they know for mutual benefit Art meets science Don t be put off by the seemingly vague plan for the day come and see it just works Look out for announcements on twitter barcampcanberra If you ve been to a previous barcamp how would you explain it to a newcomer Post your ideas in the comments below Share this Twitter Facebook Google LinkedIn Author Gavin Tapp Posted on January 18 2012 February 15 2012 Categories Featured Tags 2012 1 Comment on Barcamp Canberra On again Saturday 17th March 2012 BarCamp Canberra Finished for 2011 BarCamp Canberra is finished for another year but we would love to hear what you thought and keep the conversations going As an unconference its hard to predict what the day will bring but no one was injured and the new venue remained intact which must be some small measure of success About 130 people attended and there were about 50 talks CupcakeCamp proved to be popular There were zombies and pirates and Gov2 0 experts Coffee and talk flowed freely Lots of photos from the day have been posted to flickr If you came along did you enjoy the day Was there a particular session that you liked or conversation that inspired you Or was there something that you didn t like or would do differently next year Post a comment with your thoughts below If you are a blogger feel free to include a link to your blog post about BarCamp Canberra 2011 BarCamp Canberra will be returning

    Original URL path: http://barcampcanberra.org/page/6/ (2016-02-11)
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  • Are you ready for Barcamp Canberra? – BarCamp Canberra
    to be recorded If you have a video camera or audio recorder and are happy to either record sessions or lend the equipment to the Barcamp organisers for part or all of the day please leave a comment to let us know You will be captured On that same note part of the nature of Barcamps is that all aspects of the day are open to sharing Expect lots of tweeting live streaming cameras and video recording even of the audience If you don t want to be included you can ask people to exclude you but sometimes this may not be possible After the day you could ask people to untag you from photos or recordings but its better to go with the flow of the event and be a full part of the event If posting photos video or tweets online use the hashtag barcampcbr and make sure you follow barcampcanberra for important tweets before and on the day Cupcake camp Last year we launched the first Barcamp Canberra Cupcake Camp try saying that quickly which proved to be very popular We ll be doing it again this year though with greater focus on the eating and less on the competition Yay Cupcakes Details will be provided in a further email but for now start thinking about your favourite recipe BYO badges To help minimise Barcamp s costs and environmental impact we won t be providing name tags Please bring your own either recycle from another event or even better make an original badge Dietary needs We are still making final plans for lunch If you have any special dietary needs please let us know as soon as possible so we can cater for you What to bring Your presentation if you re planning on giving one and

    Original URL path: http://barcampcanberra.org/2012/are-you-ready-for-barcamp-canberra/ (2016-02-11)
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  • BarCamp Canberra is back! – BarCamp Canberra
    as a concept and let s face it lacks impact we d love your suggestions on what we could call the event moving forward Secondly we d like your views on whether there s anything we should change about the approach to the event on the day Is there anything you think we can improve tweak or add to make it an even greater experience than in last years Leave your comments below or if you want to make them privately email craig thomler gmail com Call out to sponsors We run this event on less than a shoe string and every dollar or service provided in support helps the day become more special and fulfilling for participants If you or your organisation is interested in supporting the longest running Canberra grassroots unconference please email us today Share this Twitter Facebook Google LinkedIn Related Author Gavin Tapp Posted on February 5 2016 Categories News 3 thoughts on BarCamp Canberra is back Gavin Tapp says February 5 2016 at 1 36 PM I m very open to a name change For example I think Unconference Canberra is much clearer And while many people may not know what an Unconference is the concept is more widely known than barcamp and it contains conference which is a good clue Reply Stuart McMillen says February 9 2016 at 4 31 PM BarCamp and Unconference are both global brands that I am aware of based on media coverage of overseas events In my mind the two names describe roughly the same event I prefer Unconference Canberra over BarCamp Canberra as the name gives a better sense of the event s format Conference gives a clue to the nature of the event and the Un creates an element of intrigue in the mind of the person

    Original URL path: http://barcampcanberra.org/2016/barcamp-canberra-is-back/?replytocom=153 (2016-02-11)
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