We provide a nice breakfast!
09:30 - 11:00
11:00 - 11:45
Everyday experiences of networked society oscillate between processes of intensified control (Facebook, data retention, profiling) and new niches of autonomy (Wikileaks, Anonymous, commons-based peer production). Where does this contradictoriness of the networks come from? What can we do to expand the niches of autonomy without facilitating the processes of control?
Chair: Christoph Nebel
12:00 - 17:00
12:00 - 14:00
Git is the most widely used free software distributed version control system. The workshop introduces different use cases for distributed version control systems in general, and shows example workflows to encounter these use cases. The major part of the workshop covers hands-on experience, git repositories are created, modified, pushed, pulled and branched. Finally some platforms for publishing git repositories are addressed.
12:00 - 17:30
MeeBlip is a unique, fully open-source hardware synth with a
personality all its own, designed for everyone from first-time
hardware synth owners to people who want to get more advanced and
learn about modification. In this workshop, we'll assemble and start
using the MeeBlip micro.
The micro is a compact, affordable version of the board. It has no
knobs or switches, but it can be used with a computer for sequencing.
It's also small enough that it can be built into your own projects.
Unlike general-purpose hardware prototyping boards, though, you get
12:30 - 17:00
The Theremidi Orchestra will perform a workshop on a couple of small electronics noise gadgets for the use in mobile public action on the streets of Linz following the workshop.
Tutors: Borut Savski (Trivia & Theremidi Orchestra), Luka Frelih ( Ljudmila
& Theremidi Orchestra) and Theremidi Orchestra.
DIY theremin gadgets:
- TouchTone is a small synthesizer gadget to be played directly with
fingers on the electronics board. The boards design and functionality was adapted a bit by the crew.
- MicroNoise is another synthesizer gadget with photosensitive controls
1. indoor activity
The first part will be a really short introduction in what forced us to start the project and why we find it necessary to measure these environmental data, why we considered it as important to have not only measurement at one place but a hopefully increasing number of measurement nodes and finally why we want to combine it with yet existing concepts of crowd sourcing and crowd data.
14:00 - 17:00
14:00 - 16:00
14:30 - 17:00
17:00 - 18:30
Pam and Peda are cooking for us. Food is free! If you want to donate some money this will support the project http://mulonga.linz.funkfeuer.at/
Andi Strauss supports us with his latest Artwork [img_assist|nid=1639|title=|desc=|link=none|align=none|width=400|height=300] Andi Strauss a local artist with great projects like http://www.dasparkhotel.net/
18:30 - 18:50
The OggStreamer is an audiostreaming device tailored to the specific needs of free radiostations, it is using the royalty-free ogg/vorbis audiocodec and supports the popular IceCast2 audiostreaming server. The whole design, including electronics, mechanical design and software, is released under OpenHardware and OpenSources licenses. This enables the easy integration of specific features and adaption of the design for other purposes.
19:00 - 21:30
20 min short presentations
Kyriakos Tsoukalas, Orestis Plakias, Niko Palamares
Mey Lean Kronemann