@aaronsw Memorial Hackathons
 Share
The version of the browser you are using is no longer supported. Please upgrade to a supported browser.Dismiss

 
View only
 
|
 
Still loading...
ABCDEFGH
1
DateOrganizersEvent website?Put your email here if you want to attend but aren't on the local hackerspace email list:RSVP Required?Notes
2
Noisebridge, San Francisco, USA7 pm Jan. 25 - 7 pm Jan. 27yan@mit.edu, shannon@scatter.com, mct@toren.nethttps://www.noisebridge.net/wiki/Aaron_Swartz_Memorial_Hackathoneric@ericnguyen.com
ping@zesty.ca
brianbrian@gmail.com
skryskalla@gmail.com
broglek@stanford.edu
karaemurphy@gmail.com
641@rudkx.com judytuna@gmail.com
clement@unishared.com
arnaud.breton91@gmail.com.. anythinghesaid@gmail.com vikasruhil06@gmail.com
juan@alperin.ca zvi.boshernitzan@gmail.com
No
3
BUILDS, Boston, USA2/2-2/3shidash@shidash.com, spectranaut@gmail.com, brianbrian@gmail.com, bcourter@gmail.com, dannyc@bu.eduhttp://builds.cc/wiki/index.php?title=Aaron_Swartz_Memorial_Hackathon_-_Infoseth@sethish.com,
nom@mit.edu,
sj@mit.edu,
sylvanstargazer@gmail.com,
healya@mit.edu,
bcourter@gmail.com,
cjb@laptop.org,
brianbrian@gmail.com,
cbudnick@mit.edu,
dany@qhex.org, shaunagm@gmail.com, emfree@mit.edu, h.h_@gmx.de, steinbrecher@alum.mit.edu, albert.r.carter@gmail.com, mpball@gmail.com, jeswaldrip@gmail.com, sj@wikimedia.org, tim@timryan.org, jonathan@zzyyfff.net, explodingmind@gmail.com, lizs@mit.edu
NoRedtail has confirmed availability and Blake (bcourter@gmail) as a representative of the board has offered their space for at minimum some portion of 1/25 and all of 1/26. 1/27 is possible.

Pirateship has been asked about availability, but I believe no resolution exists as of this edit

Builds said yes, but they say their max capacity is around 20

It seems that we should determine what is more important, space or infrastructure --- and make a decision accordingly that might involve one, either or both spaces. It seems reasonable to rule out Pirateship for lack of new info at this point.
Note: The current suggested dates intersect with the planned intercollegiate hackathon at microsoft NERD-- we may want to talk to the people planning that (its also student run) about not schedule clashing/merging.
4
Centre for Internet and Society, Bangalore, India Jan 19 14:00 PM - Jan 20 08:00 AManandology@gmail.com, kiran@hasgeek.comhttp://hacknight.in/hasgeek/aaronsw-memorialcontact@abhinavsood.com
5
Kika - Skopje, Hacklab in Mama - Zagreb, Oosm - Belgrade, Kiberpipa - Ljubljananikola@henezi.com, ki.ber@kom.uni.sthttp://piratepad.net/haackathon
6
NYC ResistorFeb 3rd, 2013spocksplanet@gmail.com, cdjeremy@gmail.com, jonathan@jedahan.com, anythinghesaid@gmail.comhttp://aaronshackathon.eventbrite.com/michael@nuttnet.net, thecolor12@gmail.com
7
Rio de Janeiro, Brasil2/2/2013?moreno.barros@gmail.comBiblioteca Parque da Rocinha? http://www.cultura.rj.gov.br/espaco/c4-biblioteca-parque-da-rocinhathecolor12@gmail.com
8
HacDC2/2/2013 11am - 11pmjosephbcurtin@gmail.com @nootropehttp://www.meetup.com/hac-dc/events/100321172/richardb.graves@gmail.com, nicolerenn@gmail.com, bij@mail.bvakili.comno, but it would be appreciatedDepending on interest level, the event may go beyond 11pm.
9
Chicago (braintree)2/14/2013chicago@python.org, brianhray@gmail.comhttp://chipy.orgcontact@abhinavsood.comRSVP
10
Chicago (pumping station: one)2/7/2013shekay@pobox.comhttps://gist.github.com/4596404no, but it would be appreciatedThis is our python office hours night. attendence is typically 5 to 10 people. rsvp helpful if more people want to show.
11
remote2013-01-15 - 2013-02-15kanzure@gmail.com
12
PAF, St Erme, Francesometime in 1/17 - 1/27 (1/25?)joshuah@mit.edu, njoliat@mit.eduno
13
Metalab, Vienna, Austria2/8 - 2/10michael@emhofer.nethttps://metalab.at/wiki/Hackathon_9Will happen.
14
Technologia Incognita, AmsterdamTBDcontact@techinc.nl
15
Tokyo, JapanWeekend - TBD@jonwallerNoAnyone interested?
16
Fabelier, Paris, France Saturday 26 Evening + sunday 27@fabelierhttp://fabelier.org/aaronsw-hackathon-hack-your-phd/
17
Vancouver Hack Space, Vancouver, BC, CanadaSaturday 19 January 2013neilk@neilk.nethttps://vancouver.hackspace.ca/wp/2013/01/10/super-happy-hacker-house-25-saturday-jan-19th-2013/NoOur periodic Super Happy Hacker House has become Super Sad. We will devote our Vancouver Hack Space hack spirit to Aaron, and maybe scrape a think or two.
18
Stanford Law SchoolMonday 28 January 2013tech@law.stanford.eduhttps://www.law.stanford.edu/event/2013/01/28/the-legacy-of-aaron-swartzapparently no remote possibilities(?)http://www.stanford.edu/dept/law/forms/AaronSwartz.fbNot a hackathon, but an in-depth "discussion about the many implications of Aaron's legacy, work that is being done at Stanford related to his interests, and policy changes that need to be made."
19
Physics Department of University of Tehran (Khayam building), Tehran, IranSat-Sun 26-27 Jan. 2013m.jalalvand@ut.ac.ir
crypto@groups.ut.ac.ir
http://groups.ut.ac.ir/grouphome.php?groupname=Open%20Source%20CryptographyNoIn this session of crypto group we focus primarily on Aaron Swartz and freedom of information. Also as of now the website is only accessible to UT students but I might setup a public group if there are interested non-UT students.
20
c-base hackerspace, Berlin, GermanyAfter Ohm. i.e. August 2013samuelcarlisle@gmail.com // @samthetechiehttp://www.c-base.org/ group to discuss details at Ohm + contact c-base orga / event guysNo
21
co.up, Berlin, GermanyFebruary 9th, 2013, 12:00 (CET)jan@apache.org, alper@hubbub.eu (@janl & @alper)http://janl.github.com/swhack-berlin/No, but appreciated.Will definitely happen, all welcome.
22
Lamba Labs Beirut Hackerspace, Beirut, LebanonJan. 30th 2013, 8:00pm (UTC+2)bassam507681@gmail.comhttps://lambalabs.org/doku.php/events_30012013NoIn order to answer Swartz's call for social change, Lamba Labs would like to humbly host a build night focused on projects that are geared
towards social change in Lebanon, such as: creating a website for the country's Anti-Racism project, visualizing election data to prevent corruption, creating a low-power device for emergency broadcasting of location, creating artwork for public street installations to nurture public awareness…
Everyone's welcome to join and collaborate on existing projects or work on their own projects.
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
Loading...
 
 
 
Events
projects
talks/workshops
Noisebridge