[HacktionLab] The 2019 Barncamp Enquiry
ben at bristolwireless.net
Mon Aug 19 15:27:40 UTC 2019
I hope to finally launch the Barncamp Enquiry 2019 formally tomorrow,
sorry for the delay.
Quoting Patrice Riemens <patrice at xs4all.nl>:
> On 2019-08-19 14:00, hacktionlab-request at lists.aktivix.org wrote:
>> Date: Mon, 19 Aug 2019 08:05:39 +0100
>> From: Brent <thebrentc at gmail.com>
>> To: hacktionlab at lists.aktivix.org
>> Subject: Re: [HacktionLab] The 2019 Barncamp Enquiry
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>> Hi everyone
>> Thanks Ben for starting this. It's belated but I'd like to respond. I think
>> the short time to organise was a factor, and things are always complex, but
>> for me this highlights critical failure points, here specifically
>> organising the power equipment. Ideally there'd be contingency plans,
>> multiple people on the jobs, documented information of equipment specs,
>> It was good to meet up online though and I think that generally was
>> positive and worked well.
>> Thanks all
>> On Thu, 11 Jul 2019 at 21:18, mark <mark at aktivix.org> wrote:
>>> mickfuzz at clearerchannel.org:
>>>> How many people signed up in the end?
>>> 26 people signed up, of whom 19 paid in advance.
>>>> On 10/07/2019 16:23, Ben Green wrote:
>>>>> I've said I'll manage a process whereby we go through what want wrong
>>>>> and make suggestions for the future, hopefully leading up to us
>>>>> organising Barncamp 2020 with a better vision (Pun intended).
>>> Nice one Ben, I think your scope and method sound about right.
> Hi all,
> I never reached the BarnCamp sign up stage (let alone paying :-)
> since I knew quite early I wouldn't make it - to my great regret.
> That the camp was cancelled in the end is no consolation. And now I
> am very curious about the result of the enquiry.
> In September (18-22) I shall be going to a small hackerscamp in Venezia:
> (free, far too close to the airport, rotten gender (non-)parity, and
> awful food (for Italian standards ;-). but still ...
> ... I'll have a talk about my fav subject: small camps (like
> BarnCamp) vs big camps (like ChaosComputerCamp.de). If you have some
> arguments pro or contra/ why or why not - or whatever, I am curious
> about that too!
> Cheers to all from 'Laibach' (Ljubljana)
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