During #32c3 (Hamburg December 27th to 30th, 2015) Edgeryders are running an assembly space to host conversations about mapping what people are doing, which parts of the puzzle of well being they are contributing to, and how to support one another's work.

This project group is where

- anyone who wants to participates in building our activities during #32C3 can get involved

- we post documentation during the event

- we reconnect and continue to collaborate after the congress

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Workshop #32c3: Build an IoT Empire

Workshop page: https://events.ccc.de/congress/2015/wiki/Session:Build_an_IoT_Empire

The workshop is presented by people from the Mozilla assembly at #32c3, so it starts with an introduction on Mozilla and on the possibilities to make apps on Firefox and also on FirefoxOS that is not dead as some news articles stated. So there's an active community of developers.

Session at #32c3: Session on building makerspaces in Favelas by Miguel Chaves

The project was born out of an event, the International Development Design Summit. Good things came out of it but they wanted to build some kind of longer term existence so they changed focus and name to IDIN (international development innovation network). How to build long term sustainable space and what would it be.

Session at #32c3: Session on failures in EU and how to #unfail them

The same way we don't want our technical infrastructures to be broken, we don't want our political infrastructures to be broken.

1. Privacy protections weakened: instead of safeguarding European citizens privacy, Germany leading efforts in . EU parliamentarians happily copy pasting from 

2. Eu migration policy: Instead of finding long term solutions for how to address migration crises increasingly draconian 

3. Mass surveillance

4. Oettingar

Session: Hacking EU Funding for a decentralising FOSS project by @

Holger Krekel

Eu funding often thought of as way to "make money fast" 

Aristotle: Focus on the use value of money, not on the exchange value.

Horizon 2020: 30.77 Million per day for 7 years. 78 Billion total spent on research projects. For perspective compare the investment in the Apollo Program: 53 Million per day- 135 Billion in total. "We should be able to do a lot with the money but it seems we are not even able to build an airport in Berlin".

Edgeryders at #32c3 | Setting up our homebase at the congress!

With only a few days to go it is now time to set up our "homebase" at 32c3! Those of you who have been to the congress before will know why it's a good investment of time to make the effort :)

Coordination and Documentation

This section is where we post the different ways in which we can get in touch with another before, during and after the event.

Sharing the highlights: What did you learn at #32C3 ?

Were you at #32C3? Was it informative or inspiring: any new knowledge, projects or ideas?

Let's share highlights from the event with those who could not join us on location!

Please add one or more things from 32C3 that you think the rest of the community should know about to the list below. It could be a talk, a workshop, a project, an idea etc:

It's easy, just login and then edit this wiki directly:

 

 

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Session at #32c3: Session on failures in EU and how to #unfail them

The same way we don't want our technical infrastructures to be broken, we don't want our political infrastructures to be broken.

1. Privacy protections weakened: instead of safeguarding European citizens privacy, Germany leading efforts in . EU parliamentarians happily copy pasting from 

2. Eu migration policy: Instead of finding long term solutions for how to address migration crises increasingly draconian 

3. Mass surveillance

4. Oettingar

Workshop #32c3: Build an IoT Empire

Workshop page: https://events.ccc.de/congress/2015/wiki/Session:Build_an_IoT_Empire

The workshop is presented by people from the Mozilla assembly at #32c3, so it starts with an introduction on Mozilla and on the possibilities to make apps on Firefox and also on FirefoxOS that is not dead as some news articles stated. So there's an active community of developers.

Session at #32c3: Session on building makerspaces in Favelas by Miguel Chaves

The project was born out of an event, the International Development Design Summit. Good things came out of it but they wanted to build some kind of longer term existence so they changed focus and name to IDIN (international development innovation network). How to build long term sustainable space and what would it be.

Session: Hacking EU Funding for a decentralising FOSS project by @

Holger Krekel

Eu funding often thought of as way to "make money fast" 

Aristotle: Focus on the use value of money, not on the exchange value.

Horizon 2020: 30.77 Million per day for 7 years. 78 Billion total spent on research projects. For perspective compare the investment in the Apollo Program: 53 Million per day- 135 Billion in total. "We should be able to do a lot with the money but it seems we are not even able to build an airport in Berlin".

Edgeryders at #32c3 | Setting up our homebase at the congress!

With only a few days to go it is now time to set up our "homebase" at 32c3! Those of you who have been to the congress before will know why it's a good investment of time to make the effort :)

Coordination and Documentation

This section is where we post the different ways in which we can get in touch with another before, during and after the event.

Sharing the highlights: What did you learn at #32C3 ?

Were you at #32C3? Was it informative or inspiring: any new knowledge, projects or ideas?

Let's share highlights from the event with those who could not join us on location!

Please add one or more things from 32C3 that you think the rest of the community should know about to the list below. It could be a talk, a workshop, a project, an idea etc:

It's easy, just login and then edit this wiki directly:

 

 

Sharing the highlights: What did you learn at #31C3 ?

Were you at #31C3? Was it informative or inspiring: any new knowledge, projects or ideas?

Let's share highlights from the event with those who could not join us on location!

Please add one or more things from 31C3 that you think the rest of the community should know about to the list below. It could be a talk, a workshop, a project, an idea etc:

It's easy, just login and then edit this wiki directly:

1. Biometric authentication systems are not secure- learn how fingerprints can be hacked using available software and digital camera:

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