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<schedule>
<version>Kaus Australis; lounges 909; lightning Manwë; thms Tales of Monkey Island; wiki 2019-09-09 12:11</version>
<conference>
<acronym>Camp2019</acronym>
<title>Chaos Communication Camp 2019</title>
<start>2019-08-21</start>
<end>2019-08-26</end>
<days>5</days>
<timeslot_duration>00:15</timeslot_duration>
<base_url>https://fahrplan.events.ccc.de/camp/2019/Fahrplan/</base_url>
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<day date="2019-08-21" end="2019-08-22T04:00:00+02:00" index="1" start="2019-08-21T09:00:00+02:00">
<room name="Curie">
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<url>https://fahrplan.events.ccc.de/camp/2019/Fahrplan/events/10386.html</url>
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<date>2019-08-21T11:00:00+02:00</date>
<start>11:00</start>
<duration>00:30</duration>
<room>Curie</room>
<slug>Camp2019-10386-opening_ceremony</slug>
<title>Opening Ceremony</title>
<subtitle/>
<track>CCC</track>
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<language>en</language>
<abstract>A hearty welcome me lasses and lads!</abstract>
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<person id="7797">jinxx</person>
<person id="4827">smtw</person>
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<event guid="c9edea6f-1da1-4772-a0a9-6dd4e33f11bb" id="10365">
<url>https://fahrplan.events.ccc.de/camp/2019/Fahrplan/events/10365.html</url>
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<date>2019-08-21T12:00:00+02:00</date>
<start>12:00</start>
<duration>00:45</duration>
<room>Curie</room>
<slug>Camp2019-10365-card10_badge</slug>
<title>card10 Badge</title>
<subtitle/>
<track>CCC</track>
<type>lecture</type>
<language>en</language>
<abstract>Introducing you to card10, the 2019 camp badge, bio monitor, wrist worn POV device, and everything else your imagination comes up with.</abstract>
<description>
This year's 0b10nd edition of the camp badge is card10. It comes packed with biosensors and can talk to many devices with BLE (Bluetooth Low Energy). As always with camp badges, it comes with some space to extend it with further electronics and this time a programming interface that is even easier to use, so you can individualize your card10 and pick up some new skills on the way.
In this talk, we will tell you more about the technical details of card10, the considerations behind making the new badge, and what card10 taught us on the way to camp.
You, too, can join us in integrating the badge into 2019 camp life, by creating your own interh4cktions. We will show you how, with some examples of interh4cktions we already know about for inspiration.
Before you leave to forge your own path through camp2019 with card10 by your side, we will share some highlights from the camp events around card10, how you can keep your finger on the pulse of card10 news, release your card10 interh4cktions to camp, and add your own self organised card10 sessions.
other card10 devices, probably also your
find out more: https://card10.badge.events.ccc.de/
FAQ: https://card10.badge.events.ccc.de/en/faq/</description>
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<event guid="24b58c74-2bba-412e-84ac-c206f714f0b7" id="10178">
<url>https://fahrplan.events.ccc.de/camp/2019/Fahrplan/events/10178.html</url>
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<date>2019-08-21T13:00:00+02:00</date>
<start>13:00</start>
<duration>00:45</duration>
<room>Curie</room>
<slug>Camp2019-10178-hacking_containers_and_kubernetes</slug>
<title>Hacking Containers and Kubernetes </title>
<subtitle>Exploiting and protecting containers with a few lines of scripting</subtitle>
<track>Security</track>
<type>lecture</type>
<language>en</language>
<abstract>The talks shows the security model of Kubernetes and how to detect and fight security weaknesses with a few lines of scripting.</abstract>
<description>Hidden under the hood of Kubernetes are a lot of security features. Starting from the Linux namespaces used in containers to the network there are a lot of configurations with many bells and whistles supporting or totally destroying the security of a cluster
The talk gives an overview of the container escape vulnerabilities in the wild, that are documented in the CVE database. Simple scripts are shown to check clusters for vulnerabilities. The scripts are used to analyze Istio, the &quot;trust nothing&quot; distributed firewall solution, and find an exploitable attack immediately. This would be a script kiddie attack, if they already would have started using Kubernetes and Istio.
Finally, it is shown, how Istio has handled the bug report and how future versions from 1.2 will close the exploit using the Container Network Interface (CNI).</description>
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<persons>
<person id="1382">Thomas Fricke</person>
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<links/>
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<event guid="0a99f1db-dfad-4534-888c-bd98acc576b3" id="10309">
<url>https://fahrplan.events.ccc.de/camp/2019/Fahrplan/events/10309.html</url>
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<date>2019-08-21T16:00:00+02:00</date>
<start>16:00</start>
<duration>00:45</duration>
<room>Curie</room>
<slug>Camp2019-10309-reporting_from_brussels_the_state_of_digital_rights</slug>
<title>Reporting from Brussels: The state of Digital Rights</title>
<subtitle>How is our fight impacted by the new EU political landscape?</subtitle>
<track>Ethics, Society &amp; Politics</track>
<type>lecture</type>
<language>en</language>
<abstract>Come and find out how digital rights will be impacted by the new European Parliament, European Commission and Brexit. In the process, get updates about the burning topics we are following in the EU institutions. </abstract>
<description>New European Parliament (EP), new European Commission(EC), possibly Brexit. Nevertheless, the same digital rights we're fighting for.
In this talk we will give you an update on what the results of the European Parliament look like, what characterises the new EU Commission and how likely it is that Brexit happens in November 2019.
More, we'll update you on the topics we have our eyes on in the EU institutions: the future of content moderation and platform liability in Europe, confidentiality of our communications (ePrivacy), access to data cross-borders by law enforcement, net neutrality, data retention reloaded, algorithms (including upload filters), AI regulation.Finally, we unite the 2 parts: what do the new developments in the EP, EC and Brexity mean for our digital rights fight? How will our rights and freedoms online be impacted by the new environment? Are there new ways and avenues to mobilise and influence policy-making across Europe?
There's only one way to find out. See you at the talk!</description>
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<person id="9013">Chloé Berthélémy (EDRi)</person>
<person id="8770">Andreea Belu (EDRi)</person>
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<links>
<link href="https://edri.org">EDRi Website</link>
</links>
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<event guid="afbc3b87-4156-470d-9385-c18e7b29f97b" id="10174">
<url>https://fahrplan.events.ccc.de/camp/2019/Fahrplan/events/10174.html</url>
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<date>2019-08-21T17:00:00+02:00</date>
<start>17:00</start>
<duration>00:45</duration>
<room>Curie</room>
<slug>Camp2019-10174-fomu_-_an_fpga_inside_your_usb_port</slug>
<title>Fomu - an FPGA inside your USB port!</title>
<subtitle/>
<track>Hardware &amp; Making</track>
<type>lecture</type>
<language>en</language>
<abstract/>
<description/>
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<persons>
<person id="6660">Tim 'mithro' Ansell</person>
<person id="4376">Sean &quot;xobs&quot; Cross</person>
</persons>
<links>
<link href="https://fomu.im">Fomu Website</link>
<link href="https://github.com/im-tomu">Fomu Github</link>
<link href="https://tomu.im">Tomu Website</link>
</links>
<attachments/>
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<event guid="f7df9294-6e67-4def-bf45-441663d489f6" id="10186">
<url>https://fahrplan.events.ccc.de/camp/2019/Fahrplan/events/10186.html</url>
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<date>2019-08-21T18:00:00+02:00</date>
<start>18:00</start>
<duration>00:45</duration>
<room>Curie</room>
<slug>Camp2019-10186-spispy_spi_flash_device_emulation</slug>
<title>spispy: SPI flash device emulation</title>
<subtitle>Open source tools for flash emulation and research</subtitle>
<track>Hardware &amp; Making</track>
<type>lecture</type>
<language>en</language>
<abstract>&lt;a href=&quot;https://github.com/osresearch/spispy&quot;&gt;spispy&lt;/a&gt; is an open source hardware tool for emulating SPI flash chips that makes firmware development and boot security research easier. In this talk we'll discuss the challenges of interfacing on the SPI bus and emulating SPI devices, as well as demonstrate how to use it quickly debug issues with coreboot and how we used spispy to discover a critical class of TOCTOU vulnerabilities in secure boot systems like Intel BootGuard.</abstract>
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<persons>
<person id="4825">Trammell Hudson</person>
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<attachments/>
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<event guid="074a5ea0-fd00-4529-912c-c986a8856f6b" id="10370">
<url>https://fahrplan.events.ccc.de/camp/2019/Fahrplan/events/10370.html</url>
<logo>/system/events/logos/000/010/370/large/XR_Symbol_01.jpg?1562757981</logo>
<date>2019-08-21T20:00:00+02:00</date>
<start>20:00</start>
<duration>00:45</duration>
<room>Curie</room>
<slug>Camp2019-10370-aufstand_oder_aussterben_ein_vortrag_uber_die_klimakrise_okologischen_kollaps_und_zivilen_ungehorsam</slug>
<title>Aufstand oder Aussterben? Ein Vortrag über die Klimakrise, ökologischen Kollaps und zivilen Ungehorsam.</title>
<subtitle/>
<track>Ethics, Society &amp; Politics</track>
<type>lecture</type>
<language>de</language>
<abstract>EXTINCTION REBELLION (XR) ist eine schnell wachsende globale Graswurzel-Bewegung von Klima-Aktivist*innen, die mit gewaltfreien zivilen Ungehorsam einen radikalen Wandel herbeiführen möchte um die Risiken des ökologischen Kollaps und des Aussterbens der Menschheit zu minimieren. Wir bringen die Gefahr des Klimakollaps auf die Agenda, informieren die Öffentlichkeit, und üben Druck auf die Regierungen aus, den Klimanotstand auszurufen, und entsprechend angemessen zu handeln.</abstract>
<description>XR hat drei Forderungen:
1. TELL THE TRUTH - Die Regierung muss die Wahrheit über die ökologische Krise offenlegen und den Klimanotstand ausrufen. Die Dringlichkeit des sofortigen Kurswechsels muss von allen gesellschaftlichen Institutionen kommuniziert werden.
2. ACT NOW - Die Regierung muss jetzt handeln, um das Artensterben zu stoppen und die Treibhausgasemissionen bis zum Jahr 2025 auf Netto-Null zu senken.
3. BEYOND POLITICS - Die Regierung beruft eine Bürger'innenversammlung zu Klima- und ökologischer Gerechtigkeit ein, die die notwendigen Maßnahmen erarbeitet und verpflichtet sich, deren Beschlüsse umzusetzen.
</description>
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<persons>
<person id="9116">Dan</person>
<person id="9118">Maria</person>
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<links>
<link href="https://rebellion.earth/">rebellion.earth</link>
<link href="https://extinctionrebellion.de/">extinctionrebellion.de</link>
<link href="https://twitter.com/xrberlin">twitter.com/xrberlin</link>
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<event guid="4965ee72-6d7b-4e68-85f7-4d6c4f0c9041" id="10248">
<url>https://fahrplan.events.ccc.de/camp/2019/Fahrplan/events/10248.html</url>
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<date>2019-08-21T21:00:00+02:00</date>
<start>21:00</start>
<duration>00:45</duration>
<room>Curie</room>
<slug>Camp2019-10248-the_limits_of_general_purpose_sdr_devices</slug>
<title>The Limits of General Purpose SDR devices</title>
<subtitle>Why an SDR board like a USRP or LimeSDR is not a cellular base station</subtitle>
<track>Hardware &amp; Making</track>
<type>lecture</type>
<language>en</language>
<abstract>It's tempting to buy a SDR device like a LimeSDR or USRP family member in the expectation of operating any wireless communications system out there from pure software. In reality, however, the SDR board is really only one building block. Know the limitations and constraints of your SDR board and what you need around it to build a proper transceiver.</abstract>
<description>For many years, there's an expectation that general purpose SDR devices like the Ettus USRP families, HackRF, bladeRF, LimeSDR, etc. can implement virtually any wireless system.
While that is true in principle, it is equally important to understand the limitations and constraints.
People with deep understanding of SDR and/or wireless communications systems will likely know all of those. However, SDRs are increasingly used by software developers and IT security experts. They often acquire an SDR board without understanding that this SDR board is only one building block, but by far not enough to e.g. operate a cellular base station. After investing a lot of time, some discover that they're unable to get it to work at all, or at the very least unable to get it to work reliably. This can easily lead to frustration on both the user side, as well as on the side of the authors of software used with those SDRs.
The talk will particularly focus on using General Purpose SDRs in the context of cellular technologies from GSM to LTE. It will cover aspects such as band filters, channel filters, clock stability, harmonics as well as Rx and Tx power level calibration.
The talk contains the essence of a decade of witnessing struggling SDR users (not only) with running Osmocom software with them. Let's share that with the next generation of SDR users, to prevent them falling into the same traps.</description>
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<persons>
<person id="1757">LaForge</person>
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<event guid="d8db148c-39e4-4f1e-af23-a26a477c82ee" id="10413">
<url>https://fahrplan.events.ccc.de/camp/2019/Fahrplan/events/10413.html</url>
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<date>2019-08-21T22:00:00+02:00</date>
<start>22:00</start>
<duration>01:30</duration>
<room>Curie</room>
<slug>Camp2019-10413-20_jahre_camp</slug>
<title>20 Jahre Camp</title>
<subtitle>die Evolution des Chaos Communication Camps</subtitle>
<track>CCC</track>
<type>lecture</type>
<language>de</language>
<abstract>Aus der Gruppe, die 1999 das erste Camp organisiert hat, reden Tim, Andre und Markus über die Verschmelzung von Open-Air- und Hacker-kultur.</abstract>
<description>Tim hat gemeinsam mit den Pyonen – Andre und Markus – das erste Camp 1999 ins Rollen gebracht. Gemeinsam blicken sie zurück auf die Entstehungsgeschichte des Camps und die besonderen Herausforderungen bei der Planung und Logistik des Events.
Das erste Camp auf einer Pferdewiese in Altlandsberg war für den CCC ein Kraftakt. Aus der Vorlage der niederländischen Camps 1993 (Hacking at the End of the Universe, HEU) und 1997 (Hacking In Progress, HIP) wurde versucht, eine Veranstaltung zu kreieren, die sowohl den Geist des Clubs als auch den schon damals starken Einfluss der damaligen Techno-Open-Air-Szene kombiniert.
Bestärkt durch den erfolgreichen Umzug des Chaos Communication Congress Ende 1998 nach Berlin nahm der Club die Herausforderungen an und entwickelte mit den Pyonen eine fruchtbare Kooperation, bei der jede Gruppe Ihre Stärken ausspielen konnte. Der Club kümmerte sich um Netz und Inhalte, die Pyonen stellten sicher, dass die Produktion der Veranstaltung in sicheren Bahnen verlief.
Am Ende gelang es dem ersten Camp, die Grundlage zu legen für die Veranstaltung, die es heute ist: ein Ort der Freiheit und Kreativität, der dem Spaß am Gerät, der Ästhetik und der Kommunikation den notwendigen Raum bietet.</description>
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<persons>
<person id="280">Markus Ossevorth</person>
<person id="9152">Marc-André Janizewski</person>
<person id="1817">Tim Pritlove</person>
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<event guid="977957d7-ef42-4ea0-8380-b9a48bd583f0" id="10189">
<url>https://fahrplan.events.ccc.de/camp/2019/Fahrplan/events/10189.html</url>
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<date>2019-08-21T12:00:00+02:00</date>
<start>12:00</start>
<duration>00:45</duration>
<room>Meitner</room>
<slug>Camp2019-10189-knoten_101</slug>
<title>Knoten 101</title>
<subtitle>Can you knot or can you not ?</subtitle>
<track>Hardware &amp; Making</track>
<type>lecture</type>
<language>de</language>
<abstract>Die CCC-family geht campen, das heisst der Knoten wird ausnahmsweise vom abstrakten mathematischen Konzept zur ganz realen Anwendung von Seil und Schnur. Was da alles schiefgehen kann, wo Knoten herkommen und wer sie verwendet wird hier kurz und knackig bearbeitet.</abstract>
<description>Knoten sind eines dieser Dinge, die man anwendet bevor man sich bewusst ist was man da gerade tut, und gleichzeitig gibt es so viele verschiedene Knoten die in anderen Umfeldern verwendet werden, dass ein ganzheitlicher Überblick über die Materie kaum zu kriegen ist, nicht zuletzt wegen den horrenden Nomenklaturproblemen. In relativ kurzer Zeit werden hier die gefährlichsten, schlechtesten, praktischsten und unbekanntesten Knoten gezeigt, komplett ohne Mathematik und dergleichen.</description>
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<persons>
<person id="8875">Lukas &quot;cube&quot; Hannen</person>
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<event guid="97576344-49ba-4fd0-a2e5-9af7923fbffb" id="10235">
<url>https://fahrplan.events.ccc.de/camp/2019/Fahrplan/events/10235.html</url>
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<date>2019-08-21T13:00:00+02:00</date>
<start>13:00</start>
<duration>00:45</duration>
<room>Meitner</room>
<slug>Camp2019-10235-the_great_british_drone_panic</slug>
<title>The Great British Drone Panic</title>
<subtitle>Asking for better standards of official investigation and media reporting into British drone incident stories.</subtitle>
<track>Ethics, Society &amp; Politics</track>
<type>lecture</type>
<language>en</language>
<abstract>Looking at the sorry saga of drone incident reports and drone-related airport closures in the UK, and shining a light on the woefully poor quality of official investigations, police response, and media reporting.</abstract>
<description>Over the last few years the UK has seen a public moral panic over reported air proximity incidents between drones and aircraft, including highly-publicised closures of major airports. This has resulted in ever more stringent rules being proposed for drone and multirotor hobbyists. Unfortunately while there have been a lot of reports and a huge amount of hype, in none of the cases has any tangible evidence or proof been produced. Reading official reports raises only questions about their woeful inadequacy, police responses have been ham-fisted and incompetent, and media reporting has been sensationalist and devoid of factual basis or responsible investigation. This talk is built upon several years of reporting on these stories, and aims to throw some light upon the whole sorry saga.</description>
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<persons>
<person id="8923">JennyList</person>
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<event guid="02e04525-2163-4080-bc88-f14d3ec30270" id="10375">
<url>https://fahrplan.events.ccc.de/camp/2019/Fahrplan/events/10375.html</url>
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<date>2019-08-21T16:00:00+02:00</date>
<start>16:00</start>
<duration>00:45</duration>
<room>Meitner</room>
<slug>Camp2019-10375-make_your_tech_and_wear_it_too</slug>
<title>Make Your Tech and Wear It Too</title>
<subtitle>Stories from an e-textile tailor</subtitle>
<track>Art &amp; Culture</track>
<type>lecture</type>
<language>en</language>
<abstract>In this talk i’d like to give an introduction to the materials, tools, skills and energies involved in making electronic textiles and tailoring wearable technology, which has been my practice for the past 13 years.</abstract>
<description>In this talk i’d like to give an introduction to the materials, tools, skills and energies involved in making electronic textiles and tailoring wearable technology, which has been my practice for the past 13 years.
I would like to demonstrate examples of textile sensors and actuators and explain the technical details involved in both the engineering and crafting of the open source designs which i publish on my website titled How To Get What You Want.
And i would like to walk through my process of tailoring wearable technology commissions that have been for artistic, prosthetic and research purposes.
I have many photos and videos to show, not only of the finished works but also of the often messy struggle it takes to get things to work. I can also bring live demonstrations of some of the designs.
</description>
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<persons>
<person id="9114">Plusea</person>
</persons>
<links>
<link href="http://www.kobakant.at">Kobakant</link>
<link href="http://howtogetwhatyouwant.at">How to get what you want </link>
<link href="http://plusea.at">Plusea</link>
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<event guid="ca6fc2d4-7b9e-4d1c-b90a-8741cf9bb399" id="10213">
<url>https://fahrplan.events.ccc.de/camp/2019/Fahrplan/events/10213.html</url>
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<date>2019-08-21T17:00:00+02:00</date>
<start>17:00</start>
<duration>00:45</duration>
<room>Meitner</room>
<slug>Camp2019-10213-doh_or_don_t</slug>
<title>DoH or Don't</title>
<subtitle>The dilemma of DNS privacy protocols</subtitle>
<track>Security</track>
<type>lecture</type>
<language>en</language>
<abstract>Seldom have DNS protocol changes sparked such fierce debate as happen in the case of DNS-over-HTTPs (Doh) and it's little cousin, DNS-over-TLS (DoT). While for many people it is a matter of black and white, the reality out there is various shades of grey ;)
This talk will discuss the technical and political aspects of these DNS privacy protocols, where they come from, who is implementing DoH/DoT (both in the browser space and otherwise) and why it is a [good|bad] idea to support these protocol implementations.</abstract>
<description>Since the Snowden revelations, the &lt;a href=&quot;https://datatracker.ietf.org/wg/dprive/documents/&quot;&gt;DPRIVE (DNS Privacy Exchange) working group&lt;/a&gt; inside the IETF has been working on ways to make DNS, the Domain Name System, leaking less privacy related information (aka metadata).
Two new protocols from this working group are DNS-over-TLS &lt;a href=&quot;https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc7858&quot;&gt;RFC 7858&lt;/a&gt; (DoT) and DNS-over-HTTPS &lt;a href=&quot;https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc8484&quot;&gt;RFC 8484&lt;/a&gt; (DoH). Both protocols secure DNS queries between client systems and DNS resolver using encryption and authentication. DoT runs on a dedicated port 853, while DoH piggybacks on HTTPS (port 443).
While DoT was initially mostly ignored by OS vendors, ISPs and users alike, DoH was adopted by browser vendors (Mozilla/Firefox and Google/Chrome) and created heated discussions among security and privacy experts. Even to the point that governments discussing way to outlaw DoH.</description>
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<persons>
<person id="8916">Carsten Strotmann</person>
</persons>
<links>
<link href="https://doh.defaultroutes.de">DOH/DOT Server and Information</link>
</links>
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<attachment href="/system/event_attachments/attachments/000/003/790/original/DoH-or-Dont.pdf?1566397329">Doh or Don't slides</attachment>
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<event guid="e1b56229-fb1e-480c-9691-c137ec11ee51" id="10225">
<url>https://fahrplan.events.ccc.de/camp/2019/Fahrplan/events/10225.html</url>
<logo/>
<date>2019-08-21T18:00:00+02:00</date>
<start>18:00</start>
<duration>00:45</duration>
<room>Meitner</room>
<slug>Camp2019-10225-introduction_to_home_network_security</slug>
<title>Introduction to (home) network security.</title>
<subtitle>A beginner-friendly guide to network segmentation for privacy and security in the age of the Internet of Insecure Things.</subtitle>
<track>Security</track>
<type>lecture</type>
<language>en</language>
<abstract>Typical home networks use a closed-source Internet Service Provider supplied router/firewall and contain no restrictions on communications between clients within the network. The widespread deployment of network-connected appliances, control systems, lighting, etc, means that this design is insecure. This talk will cover the basics of networking, including why and how segregation of different types of network clients and traffic can be achieved to increase privacy and security.</abstract>
<description>An introduction to wired and wireless networking aimed at home users, but equally applicable in a business context. We will examine basic network theory, typical designs, threats to privacy and security, and steps to reduce the risks presented by these threats. If you are a networking guru, then this is probably not the talk for you. This talk is for anyone interested in learning more about how a small network operates and things they should consider with regards to privacy and security. Topics to be covered: What is Ethernet; how network devices communicate; what is a broadcast zone; what is a subnet; network layers; physical and logical segregation of network traffic; basic WiFi theory; basics of firewall and wireless access point security and why running your own is better than letting your ISP do it for you.</description>
<recording>
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<optout>false</optout>
</recording>
<persons>
<person id="8952">Egor</person>
</persons>
<links/>
<attachments>
<attachment href="/system/event_attachments/attachments/000/003/789/original/Intro_to_network_security.pdf?1566391211">Intro to network security - slides</attachment>
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<event guid="7c043172-6fbe-4a23-a990-69c5bcab8f5d" id="10324">
<url>https://fahrplan.events.ccc.de/camp/2019/Fahrplan/events/10324.html</url>
<logo/>
<date>2019-08-21T20:00:00+02:00</date>
<start>20:00</start>
<duration>00:45</duration>
<room>Meitner</room>
<slug>Camp2019-10324-on_bendy_inflatables_and_travelling_techno</slug>
<title>On bendy inflatables and travelling techno</title>
<subtitle>Or, making hackercamp installations for cheap</subtitle>
<track>Hardware &amp; Making</track>
<type>lecture</type>
<language>en</language>
<abstract>I’ve made several interactive hackercamp installations over the years. I’ll talk about how they work, how they were made (generally very cheaply), about how people found ways to interact with them, and about what I’ve learned about experience design from them. And about where you can find the source code, obviously.</abstract>
<description/>
<recording>
<license/>
<optout>false</optout>
</recording>
<persons>
<person id="9002">Jarkman</person>
</persons>
<links>
<link href="http://jarkman.co.uk/catalog/robots/worldotechno.htm">World'o'Techno</link>
</links>
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<event guid="a4e27089-dc12-4e83-93c9-8ac5cb8bad6e" id="10286">
<url>https://fahrplan.events.ccc.de/camp/2019/Fahrplan/events/10286.html</url>
<logo/>
<date>2019-08-21T21:00:00+02:00</date>
<start>21:00</start>
<duration>00:45</duration>
<room>Meitner</room>
<slug>Camp2019-10286-math_protected_social_interactions</slug>
<title>Math Protected Social Interactions</title>
<subtitle/>
<track>Security</track>
<type>lecture</type>
<language>en</language>
<abstract>We have learned that Math might be our last defence line against
a real existing all-encompassing surveillance. One central challenge
in this conflict is to combine authentication and anonymity.
Number theory provides us many tools to create really surprising
technologies for social communication. A lot of these technologies
have not yet been brought to the world of concrete implementations.
This has the implication that some ideas which have been presented
years ago are not covered by patents any more.
</abstract>
<description>We have learned that Math might be our last defence line against
a real existing all-encompassing surveillance. One central challenge
in this conflict is to combine authentication and anonymity.
Number theory provides us many tools to create really surprising
technologies for social communication. A lot of these technologies
have not yet been brought to the world of concrete implementations.
This has the implication that some ideas which have been presented
years ago are not covered by patents any more.
</description>
<recording>
<license/>
<optout>false</optout>
</recording>
<persons>
<person id="1545">ruedi</person>
<person id="9158">RND</person>
</persons>
<links/>
<attachments>
<attachment href="/system/event_attachments/attachments/000/003/762/original/WeisKirschnerOpenSummit2016AuthAnonymity.pdf?1560249849">Weis, Kirschner, Authenticated Anonymity by Math </attachment>
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</event>
<event guid="045e8a2c-63d0-4335-886e-cbd6323afc73" id="10355">
<url>https://fahrplan.events.ccc.de/camp/2019/Fahrplan/events/10355.html</url>
<logo/>
<date>2019-08-21T22:00:00+02:00</date>
<start>22:00</start>
<duration>00:45</duration>
<room>Meitner</room>
<slug>Camp2019-10355-privacy_leaks_in_smart_devices_extracting_data_from_used_smart_home_devices</slug>
<title>Privacy leaks in smart devices: Extracting data from used smart home devices</title>
<subtitle/>
<track>Security</track>
<type>lecture</type>
<language>en</language>
<abstract>Remember the good old fun sport, where people bought random hard drives from ebay and did forensics on them?
Did you know you can do the same thing with used IoT devices too? Most end-users have no idea what kind of information their devices are storing and how to securely clean their devices (if that even is possible). Lets explore together what the risks are and how we can extract that data.</abstract>
<description>Many IoT devices collect a lot of data and log files. Of course, most of this data is sent to the Cloud. However, often this data is also stored locally on the device and never deleted in the lifetime of those devices, not even on a factory reset (in contrast to Smart Phones nowadays). This might surprise many people, and especially
end users might not be aware of that. Due to the design of IoT devices, there is usually no real way, like for notebooks or PCs, for end users to clean the devices before they sell them on eBay or discard them. The devices may hold sensitive information like Wi-Fi credentials, nearby access points, cloud communication log files, maps, or audio samples.
In this talk I will show some examples of interesting IoT devices from various vendors and how to extract the corresponding information.
We will use software methods (rooting) and hardware methods (flash dumping). Using this information, I will show how I am able to find the original owner of the device. Also I discuss various challenges and tricks of the methods, and how to prevent this kind of data leakage for yourself.
</description>
<recording>
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<optout>false</optout>
</recording>
<persons>
<person id="7869">Dennis Giese</person>
</persons>
<links/>
<attachments>
<attachment href="/system/event_attachments/attachments/000/003/795/original/CCCamp2019_Final_v2.pdf?1566405433">Slides in PDF form (animations splitted)</attachment>
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</room>
<room name="Johnson (Workshop 1)">
<event guid="f38ff36c-3a0a-47e4-8969-091845b6c0a0" id="1359">
<url>https://events.ccc.de/camp/2019/wiki/Session:Bitcoin,_Lightning_Network,_Ethereum_for_newbs</url>
<logo/>
<date>2019-08-21T21:00:00+02:00</date>
<start>21:00</start>
<duration>1:00</duration>
<room>Johnson (Workshop 1)</room>
<slug>camp2019-1359-session_bitcoin_lightning_network_ethereum_for_newbs</slug>
<title>Bitcoin, Lightning Network, Ethereum for newbs</title>
<subtitle>Hands-on cryptocurrency wallet</subtitle>
<track>self organized sessions</track>
<type>hands-on</type>
<language>en</language>
<abstract/>
<description>basics : how to create a crypto wallet, backup and to transact</description>
<persons>
<person href="https://events.ccc.de/camp/2019/wiki/User:Polto" id="0">Polto</person>
</persons>
<links/>
</event>
</room>
<room name="Goldberg (Workshop 2)">
<event guid="f3ab2794-e73a-4b02-9fc7-07fbf1dbe66c" id="1180">
<url>https://events.ccc.de/camp/2019/wiki/Session:Awarenessteam-Vorstellung</url>
<logo/>
<date>2019-08-21T16:15:00+02:00</date>
<start>16:15</start>
<duration>1:30</duration>
<room>Goldberg (Workshop 2)</room>
<slug>camp2019-1180-session_awarenessteam_vorstellung</slug>
<title>Awarenessteam-Vorstellung</title>
<subtitle>Vorstellung</subtitle>
<track>self organized sessions</track>
<type>discussion</type>
<language>de</language>
<abstract/>
<description>Vorstellung des Awarenessteams und dessen Konzept</description>
<persons>
<person href="https://events.ccc.de/camp/2019/wiki/User:Sistason" id="0">Sistason</person>
<person href="https://events.ccc.de/camp/2019/wiki/User:Theresa" id="0">Theresa</person>
</persons>
<links>
<link>http://help.ccc.de/awareness</link>
</links>
</event>
</room>
<room name="Plank">
<event guid="74ebea5d-e24e-55a0-99a4-f13879394f48" id="141">
<logo/>
<date>2019-08-21T15:00:00+02:00</date>
<start>15:00</start>
<duration>01:00</duration>
<room>Plank</room>
<slug>VFBKTL</slug>
<url>http://talx.thm.cloud/thms/talk/VFBKTL/</url>
<title>Sozial-ökologische Dimensionen von Digitalisierung</title>
<subtitle/>
<track>Talk</track>
<type>Talk</type>
<language>de</language>
<abstract>Der Vortrag soll einen Überblick über die sozialen und ökologischen Auswirkungen der Digitalisierung von Dienstleistungen oder Prozessen und der steigenden Vernetzung von elektronischen Geräten geben. Dabei spielt die materielle Basis von Digitalisierung mit der Rohstoffgewinnung und dem Ressourcenverbrauch eine entscheidende Rolle, sowie die enorm steigende Datennutzung.
Anhand von Beispielen wird gezeigt, welche Rebound-Effekte in dem Zusammenhang bestehen und wie sie Effizienzsteigerungen zunichte machen.</abstract>
<description>Der Titel bezieht sich auf das Versprechen der Dematerialisierung, welches oft mit Digitalisierung in Verbindung gebracht wird. Es soll kritisch hinterfragt werden, ob Digitalisierung dabei helfen kann, die Umwelt zu schonen, indem weniger Ressourcen verbraucht werden. Am Beispiel des Konsums wird gezeigt, dass die derzeitige Art von Digitalisierung die Umweltzerstörung vorantreibt, als sie zu verringern.</description>
<recording>
<license/>
<optout>false</optout>
</recording>
<persons>
<person id="71">
<code>JLUDRK</code>
<public_name>Anja</public_name>
<biography/>
</person>
</persons>
<links/>
<attachments/>
<answers/>
</event>
<event guid="ecc2fea1-4e7c-5dce-a88c-e808dd245271" id="142">
<logo/>
<date>2019-08-21T16:15:00+02:00</date>
<start>16:15</start>
<duration>01:00</duration>
<room>Plank</room>
<slug>ET9CFU</slug>
<url>http://talx.thm.cloud/thms/talk/ET9CFU/</url>
<title>Konviviale Software vor und jenseits des digitalen Kapitalismus</title>
<subtitle/>
<track>Talk</track>
<type>Talk</type>
<language>de</language>
<abstract>Der Vortrag geht der Frage nach, welche Aspekte der Geschichte des digitalen Wandels mit der Bestrebung nach einer sozial-ökologischen Gestaltung von Technik zu tun haben. Dabei wird gezeigt, was die Nachhaltigkeitsbewegung von der Free-Software-Bewegung und der Hacker-Ethik lernen kann, insbesondere bzgl. der Autonomie gegenüber digitalen Großkonzernen durch Selbstverwaltung und kollaborative Entwicklung. Andersherum wird diskutiert, was die Techszene über die Notwendigkeit und Möglichkeiten einer sozial-ökologischen Transformation lernen kann. Im Grunde genommen geht es hier darum, die emanzipatorischen Elemente der digitalen Technikentwicklung (die vor dem digitalen Kapitalismus des 21. Jahrhunderts existierten und sich ihm weiterhin entgegenstellen) und die Botschaften der politischen Ökologie in eine gemeinsame Erzählung zusammenzuführen.</abstract>
<description>Der Begriff &quot;Konvivialität&quot; wurde in der politischen Ökologie eingeführt, um eine Vorstellung von Technik zu beschreiben, die sich von der industriellen Produktivität unterscheidet. Dabei geht es darum, Technik auf der Grundlage sozial-ökologischer Kriterien zu bewerten. Diese Kriterien werden vorgestellt und auf den Bereich digitale Technik angewandt. Ein Überblick über die Geschichte der Softwareentwicklung und des digitalen Kapitalismus wird zeigen, dass Konvivialität viel mit FOSS-Prinzipien zu tun hat, im Gegensatz zu kommerzieller Software, die von Konzernen entwickelt wird. Die Analyse anhand von Konvivialitätskriterien wird dadurch zur nützlichen Methode, um über digitale Technik zu reflektieren. Perspektivisch könnte das zu einer Annäherung der kritischen Tech- und Ökologiebewegungen führen: die etablierte Praxis der Free-Software-Bewegung könnte zu einer Keimform einer sozial-ökologischen Utopie jenseits des digitalen Kapitalismus werden.</description>
<recording>
<license/>
<optout>false</optout>
</recording>
<persons>
<person id="44">
<code>BMHR3B</code>
<public_name>Nicolas</public_name>
<biography>Nicolas ist promovierter Informatiker, der die Wissenschaft hinter sich gelassen hat, um sich auf zivilgesellschaftlicher Seite für einen emanzipatorischen Umgang mit digitalen Technologien einzusetzen. Er arbeitet beim Konzeptwerk Neue Ökonomie zu Digitalisierung und ist in der Klimagerechtigkeitsbewegung aktiv.</biography>
</person>
</persons>
<links/>
<attachments/>
<answers/>
</event>
<event guid="d1d313f5-926b-5357-b764-4c85cb9dddfc" id="114">
<logo/>
<date>2019-08-21T18:30:00+02:00</date>
<start>18:30</start>
<duration>00:30</duration>
<room>Plank</room>
<slug>ASYLJ8</slug>
<url>http://talx.thm.cloud/thms/talk/ASYLJ8/</url>
<title>Wo lässt Du zwecklose Widerstände?</title>
<subtitle/>
<track>Talk</track>
<type>Short Talk</type>
<language>de</language>
<abstract>Einladung zu einer qualitativen Studie über den Umgang mit Elektroschrott auf dem CCCamp</abstract>
<description>Für meine Hausarbeit in Umweltpsychologie rede ich mit Hardware-Leuten über Müll. Hier möchte ich meine Studie vorstellen und Dich zu einem lockeren Interview einladen.
Schon im heimischen Hackerspace können Entsorgungskonzepte an unausgesprochenen Hindernissen scheitern: Niemand will die Öko-Spießer-Nervensäge spielen, wenn nach dem Löt-Workshop der Boden gefegt wird. Den Elektroschrott-Eimer wegzubringen, gilt als Strafarbeit. Hoppla, schon wieder im Halbschlaf Pizza- und Löt-Ofen verwechselt...
Hier auf dem Camp ist es noch härter, denn die nächste legale Entsorgungsmöglichkeit ist mehrere Kilometer entfernt. Deshalb interessiert mich, wie Du hier wirklich, echt, ehrlich mit kaputten Platinen und Bauteilen umgehst. Was (de-)motiviert Dich, alles ordentlich wieder mitzunehmen? Was könnte Dich auf zukünftigen Events antreiben, &quot;sauberer&quot; zu hacken - und was Dir helfen, das tatsächlich zu schaffen?
Der Kurzvortrag gibt einen Einstieg ins Thema und erklärt, was ich vorhabe, wenn ich Dich plötzlich auf dem Campgelände anspreche.</description>
<recording>
<license/>
<optout>false</optout>
</recording>
<persons>
<person id="25">
<code>ZVVWP9</code>
<public_name>coco</public_name>
<biography>Coco kommt aus Hannover, arbeitet als Software-Entwicklerin und studiert nebenbei Interdisziplinäre Umweltwissenschaften an der FernUni Hagen.</biography>
</person>
</persons>
<links/>
<attachments/>
<answers/>
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<event guid="b4902bdb-38ab-5abb-9884-5efdb4bca02f" id="148">
<logo>/media/thms/images/KXW3SP/digital-vs.-printversion_print-version-for-banners-shirts-etc._1500x1500.png</logo>
<date>2019-08-21T19:15:00+02:00</date>
<start>19:15</start>
<duration>00:30</duration>
<room>Plank</room>
<slug>KXW3SP</slug>
<url>http://talx.thm.cloud/thms/talk/KXW3SP/</url>
<title>FridaysForFuture was, wie, warum?</title>
<subtitle/>
<track>Talk</track>
<type>Short Talk</type>
<language>de</language>
<abstract>“Wir sind nicht nur verantwortlich für das, was wir tun, sondern auch für das was wir nicht tun”
FridaysForFuture - die größte SchülerInnenbewegung aller Zeiten weltweit. Wie Jugendliche im Konsens der Wissenschaft um ihre Zukunft kämpfen.</abstract>
<description>“Wir sind nicht nur verantwortlich für das, was wir tun, sondern auch für das was wir nicht tun”
FridaysForFuture - die größte SchülerInnenbewegung aller Zeiten weltweit. Wie Jugendliche im Konsens der Wissenschaft um ihre Zukunft kämpfen.</description>
<recording>
<license/>
<optout>false</optout>
</recording>
<persons>
<person id="52">
<code>QGG3RV</code>
<public_name>Lucia und Ben</public_name>
<biography/>
</person>
</persons>
<links/>
<attachments/>
<answers/>
</event>
<event guid="6d16f60d-11cd-53ca-88bb-ccd014b20a9e" id="133">
<logo>/media/thms/images/PEXUEM/nice-view-computerraum.jpg</logo>
<date>2019-08-21T20:00:00+02:00</date>
<start>20:00</start>
<duration>01:00</duration>
<room>Plank</room>
<slug>PEXUEM</slug>
<url>http://talx.thm.cloud/thms/talk/PEXUEM/</url>
<title>Nice View Reporter</title>
<subtitle/>
<track>Talk</track>
<type>Talk</type>
<language>de</language>
<abstract>Projektwoche an einer Schule in Msambweni, Kenia</abstract>
<description>Die Nice View Gratitude School in der kenianischen Kleinstadt Msambweni hat zwar einen eigenen IT-Raum, in dem die rund 150 Schülerinnen und Schüler lernen, mit Computern umzugehen. Aber die Schule hatte bislang keinen Internet-Anschluss. Und das in Kenia, einem Land, das im Grunde ein riesiger Hub in Sachen Internet-Technik ist, wo an jeder Ecke brauchbare, pragmatische und innovative digitale Anwendungen programmiert werden und mehr als 85 Prozent der Bevölkerung – meist mobilen – Zugang zum Internet hat. FLMH hat im Januar 2019 die Schule mit einem Internetanschluss ausgerüstet und zusammen mit den Schüler*innen und Lehrern eine Projektwoche veranstaltet.
Webiste der Nice View Reporter: https://nice-view-reporter.org/
Projektbeschreibung: https://www.flmh.de/projekte/nice-view-reporter/</description>
<recording>
<license/>
<optout>false</optout>
</recording>
<persons>
<person id="37">
<code>KD8CU9</code>
<public_name>Martin Thomas</public_name>
<biography>Martin arbeitet seit 2017 bei &amp;bdquo;FLMH | Labor für Politik und Kommunikation&amp;ldquo; im Bereich Digitale Kommunikation und Social Media.&lt;br/&gt;&amp;#x2192; &lt;a href=&quot;https://www.flmh.de/&quot; target=&quot;_blank&quot;&gt;www.flmh.de&lt;/a&gt;&lt;br/&gt;
&amp;#9993; &lt;a href=&quot;mailto:m.thomas@flmh.de&quot;&gt;m.thomas@flmh.de&lt;/a&gt;
Seit 2003 Mitgründer und Heimleiter der &amp;bdquo;Restrealitaet&amp;ldquo;, eines Forums für die Berliner Party- und Subkultur.&lt;br/&gt;&amp;#x2192; &lt;a href=&quot;https://restrealitaet.de&quot; target=&quot;_blank&quot;&gt;www.restrealitaet.de&lt;/a&gt;&lt;br/&gt;
&amp;#9993; &lt;a href=&quot;martin@restrealitaet.de&quot;&gt;martin@restrealitaet.de&lt;/a&gt;</biography>
</person>
<person id="60">
<code>R9WU3Q</code>
<public_name>Ralf Mueller von der Haegen</public_name>
<biography/>
</person>
</persons>
<links/>
<attachments/>
<answers/>
</event>
<event guid="eda75c8d-fe02-5986-a6c3-d0b699231b6a" id="149">
<logo/>
<date>2019-08-21T21:10:00+02:00</date>
<start>21:10</start>
<duration>00:30</duration>
<room>Plank</room>
<slug>NWNHJ3</slug>
<url>http://talx.thm.cloud/thms/talk/NWNHJ3/</url>
<title>Über die Nachhaltigkeit von Software</title>
<subtitle/>
<track>Talk</track>
<type>Short Talk</type>
<language>de</language>
<abstract>Software ist essenzieller Bestandteil und Ressource unserer Dienstleistungs-
und Wissensgesellschaft sowie unserer Infrastrukturen. Als Ressource
betrachtet verhält sich der Konsum und Erhalt von Software jedoch in vielen
Dingen konträr zu natürlichen Ressourcen. Eine Reflektion über die besonderen
Eigenschaften der &quot;Ressource Software&quot; und wie wir diese nutzen können um
Software nachhaltig zu gestalten und damit auch für die Zukunft zu erhalten.</abstract>
<description>Wenig wird bisher über digitale Nachhaltigkeit geredet, aber noch weniger über
nachhaltige Software. Dabei ist Software essenzieller Bestandteil und
Ressource unserer Dienstleistungs- und Wissensgesellschaften sowie unserer
Infrastrukturen. Kein Telefon, keine Ampel und keine moderne Verwaltung würden
noch ohne Software funktionieren. Möchten wir diese Systeme erhalten, müssen
wir folglich auch Verfügbarkeit und Zugang zu diesen Ressourcen garantieren.
Was im Zeitalter von copy&amp;paste und der prinzipiell unbegrenzten Menge
digitaler Rohstoffe zunächst einfach klingt wird schnell komplex. Durch Recht,
Technik und Architektur werden Verfügbarkeit und Menge von Software häufig
künstlich verknappt. Das birgt die Gefahr zu realen Versorgungsengpässen bis
hin zu kompletten Ressourcenverlusten und widerspricht damit dem von den
Vereinten Nationen formulierten Ziel einer nachhaltigen Entwicklung und
&quot;Generationengerechtigkeit&quot;. Und auch wenn sich Software immer
weiterentwickelt und Ressourcen von heute vielleicht schon morgen nicht länger
für nötig gehalten werden, können als Folge von Abhängigkeiten in komplexen
Systemen schnell Domino-Effekte entstehen.
Der Vortrag erörtert wie und wo sich nachhaltiges Wirtschaften und Konsum von
Software in vielen Dingen konträr zum nachhaltigen Konsum natürlicher
Ressourcen verhält. Und wie wir diese uns diese besonderen Eigenschaften
zunutze machen können um Software nachhaltig zu gestalten und damit auch für
die Zukunft zu erhalten</description>
<recording>
<license/>
<optout>false</optout>
</recording>
<persons>
<person id="53">
<code>USVRGR</code>
<public_name>Erik Albers</public_name>
<biography/>
</person>
</persons>
<links/>
<attachments/>
<answers/>
</event>
<event guid="8b56bef8-edb3-519a-9a48-6a80f4bb9566" id="105">
<logo>/media/thms/images/DLS83T/Dc8jzhwW0AA1KDn_1.jpg</logo>
<date>2019-08-21T22:00:00+02:00</date>
<start>22:00</start>
<duration>02:00</duration>
<room>Plank</room>
<slug>DLS83T</slug>
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<track>Music</track>
<type>DJ Set</type>
<language>en</language>
<abstract>Techno/House/Downtempo</abstract>
<description>https://www.mixcloud.com/vidister/</description>
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<answers/>
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<date>2019-08-22T00:00:00+02:00</date>
<start>00:00</start>
<duration>02:00</duration>
<room>Plank</room>
<slug>FASSF7</slug>
<url>http://talx.thm.cloud/thms/talk/FASSF7/</url>
<title>Music Music Music (DJ-Set)</title>
<subtitle/>
<track>Music</track>
<type>DJ Set</type>
<language>en</language>
<abstract>Bass + Klapper-Beats</abstract>
<description>Depending on what you are up to, either way, I make you move with Bass + Beats. From Chill-Bass, Vapor-Trap to Djungle. Whatever you like. You **L.O.V.E.** Mjusic!
Check out my mixes on [Soundcloud] (https://soundcloud.com/barbnerdy)</description>
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<public_name>BarbNerdy</public_name>
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</person>
</persons>
<links/>
<attachments/>
<answers/>
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<date>2019-08-22T02:00:00+02:00</date>
<start>02:00</start>
<duration>02:00</duration>
<room>Plank</room>
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<url>http://talx.thm.cloud/thms/talk/PHGYF8/</url>
<title>Beh</title>
<subtitle/>
<track>Music</track>
<type>DJ Set</type>
<language>de</language>
<abstract>Bass/Chill</abstract>
<description>DJ-Set Bass/Chill</description>
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<license/>
<optout>false</optout>
</recording>
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<code>TQKQFD</code>
<public_name>Beh</public_name>
<biography/>
</person>
</persons>
<links/>
<attachments/>
<answers/>
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<date>2019-08-21T17:00:00+02:00</date>
<start>17:00</start>
<duration>03:00</duration>
<room>Rockmore Booth</room>
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<title>#42</title>
<subtitle/>
<track>Music</track>
<type>djset</type>
<language>en</language>
<abstract/>
<description/>
<recording>
<license/>
<optout>false</optout>
</recording>
<persons/>
<links>
<link href="https://soundcloud.com/raute42">#42 auf Soundcloud</link>
</links>
<attachments/>
</event>
</room>
<room name="Kemistry Lounge">
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<url>https://fahrplan.events.ccc.de/camp/2019/Abfahrplan/events/10402.html</url>
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<date>2019-08-21T20:00:00+02:00</date>
<start>20:00</start>
<duration>01:00</duration>
<room>Kemistry Lounge</room>
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<title>Christian Faubel live</title>
<subtitle>electric live drums</subtitle>
<track>Music</track>
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<abstract>In Songs from my analogue utopia I explore the self-organizing coordination dynamics of analog oscillators and the Utopian potentials of analogue communication. In analogue communication synchronization results from the mutual interaction of two or more processes, not a single process is dominating the other. It is in the mutuality where I see the Utopian potential of analogue communication. I undertake this exploration on the screen of an overhead projector where I place little motors driven by analogue oscillators. The motors hit on rubber bands which are equipped with piezo-pickups, rendering the rhythmical hitting of the motors into sound and into a shadow play.</abstract>
<description>Christian Faubel is an interdisciplinary scholar working in the differing fields of neuroscience,
autonomous systems research and media art &amp; design. He holds a PhD in electrical engineering
and has completed research on autonomous systems at the Institute for Neural Computation from
2002–2012. In 2002 he founded derstrudel, a collective for the mediation of a relaxed approach
to electronics robotics. Since 2002 he has taught more than 50 workshops in building simple
analog robots at international venues and festivals. In his work, Christian Faubel is interested
in what enables complex behavior, and how this may result from the interaction of very simple
units and their interrelations. In his artworks, installations, workshops &amp; performances he tries to
convey insights about theoretical concepts such as self-organisation, emergence or embodiment
along an aesthetic dimension. He considers his artworks, workshops and performances to be in the
tradition of philosophical toys as they combine the mediation of scientific concepts with pleasure
and amusement.</description>
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<links>
<link href="https://vimeo.com/christianfaubel">Videos</link>
</links>
<attachments/>
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<date>2019-08-21T21:00:00+02:00</date>
<start>21:00</start>
<duration>02:00</duration>
<room>Kemistry Lounge</room>
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<title>Marco Morelle</title>
<subtitle/>
<track>Music</track>
<type>djset</type>
<language>en</language>
<abstract>Fusion, Garbicz, CCC, Hamburg, Berlin, die Welt, ...</abstract>
<description/>
<recording>
<license/>
<optout>false</optout>
</recording>
<persons/>
<links>
<link href="https://www.mixcloud.com/Morelle/">Marco Morelle auf Mixcloud</link>
</links>
<attachments/>
</event>
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<url>https://fahrplan.events.ccc.de/camp/2019/Abfahrplan/events/10404.html</url>
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<date>2019-08-21T23:00:00+02:00</date>
<start>23:00</start>
<duration>02:00</duration>
<room>Kemistry Lounge</room>
<slug>camp19lounge-10404-dj_bosch</slug>
<title>DJ Bosch</title>
<subtitle/>
<track>Music</track>
<type>djset</type>
<language>en</language>
<abstract>DJ Bosch aka Tobias is resident DJ at Multisex party happening at Ohm/Berlin. The Multisex party promotes clarity on the dance floor along with diverse music. Depending on the booking, they create different dancing moods with classy tunes that craft a pure and effective house, disco and techno sound. Multisex is an attempt to encourage non-verbal communication on the dance floor. The goal is to get people together while dancing free. Besides that Tobias is doing the lights here at the CCC Lounge and is a regular light operator at Berghain/Panoramabar in Berlin.</abstract>
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<license/>
<optout>false</optout>
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<persons/>
<links>
<link href="https://soundcloud.com/ingoboss">Ingo Boss auf Soundcloud</link>
<link href="https://soundcloud.com/strobotobia">DJ Bosch auf Soundcloud</link>
</links>
<attachments/>
</event>
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<url>https://fahrplan.events.ccc.de/camp/2019/Abfahrplan/events/10405.html</url>
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<date>2019-08-22T01:00:00+02:00</date>
<start>01:00</start>
<duration>02:00</duration>
<room>Kemistry Lounge</room>
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<title>Loui Beton</title>
<subtitle/>
<track>Music</track>
<type>djset</type>
<language>en</language>
<abstract>This newborn monniker allows a Berlin-based devil of a fellow to appear cleared from what he is usually known for. Therefore we will keep the secret, suffice it to say: he is happily exploring the harder, darker domains rather than ruling the sunset floors as we have seen him doing in places as Garbicz festival. Experts of the scene may a find a hint in the URL below.</abstract>
<description/>
<recording>
<license/>
<optout>false</optout>
</recording>
<persons/>
<links>
<link href="https://soundcloud.com/klangsucht/lui-beton-landuca-maluca">Lui Beton on Soundcloud</link>
</links>
<attachments/>
</event>
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<url>https://fahrplan.events.ccc.de/camp/2019/Abfahrplan/events/10406.html</url>
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<date>2019-08-22T03:00:00+02:00</date>
<start>03:00</start>
<duration>02:00</duration>
<room>Kemistry Lounge</room>
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<title>Brick</title>
<subtitle/>
<track>Music</track>
<type>djset</type>
<language>en</language>
<abstract>brick habe ich schon öfter auflegen erlebt als alle anderen Techno DJs. Das kommt daher weil ich Techno eigentlich noch nie besonders spannend fand. Zu kalt, zu monoton, zu sehr seiner reinen Funktionalität zugewandt. brick erfindet Techno nicht neu, aber er präsentiert ihn in einem wohl überlegten und angenehm temperierten Gewand. (Rudolf Mooshammer 2019 koloriert)</abstract>
<description/>
<recording>
<license/>
<optout>false</optout>
</recording>
<persons/>
<links>
<link href="https://soundcloud.com/brick">brick auf soundcloud</link>
</links>
<attachments/>
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<room name="Fireplace (Workshop THM)">
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<date>2019-08-21T14:00:00+02:00</date>
<start>14:00</start>
<duration>01:00</duration>
<room>Fireplace (Workshop THM)</room>
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<title>Meet CADUS! Humanitarian Aid goes Open Source</title>
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<track>Workshop</track>
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<language>en</language>
<abstract>Meet CADUS, the humanitarian aid organization with its Crisis Response Makerspace in Berlin. During the &quot;consultation hours&quot; you can ask all the questions you may have about CADUS and humanitarian aid, hear about its projects, and gather ideas how to get involved.</abstract>
<description>During this particular format of &quot;consultation hours&quot; you can find out the latest about the work of CADUS, be it in the Crisis Response Makerspace in Berlin or in humanitarian aid projects abroad. Take a look at the almost functioning prototype of the Life Sensor, an open source patient monitor, or simply pick up some flyers to stay in touch. And of course: ask all the questions you have! (about CADUS, at least).
Consultation hours are held in German or English, depending on the need. Oh, and if you have an actual medical issue, please consult the medic team of the camp, the person doing the consultation hour is not actually a medic.</description>
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</person>
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<attachments/>
<answers/>
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<date>2019-08-21T15:15:00+02:00</date>
<start>15:15</start>
<duration>02:00</duration>
<room>Fireplace (Workshop THM)</room>
<slug>A879ZK</slug>
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<title>Einblicke in die Wettervorhersage</title>
<subtitle/>
<track>Workshop</track>
<type>Workshop</type>
<language>de</language>
<abstract>Ist das Wetter immer so unberechenbar wie es scheint? Was passiert in der Atmosphäre? Und wie könnt ihr selbst besser das Wetter vorhersagen?</abstract>
<description>Täglich betrifft uns alle das Wetter. Aber was passiert eigentlich in der Atmosphäre? Um das zu verstehen wird in der synoptischen Meteorologie die Analyse *Wie ist das Wetter?* , die Diagnose *Warum ist das Wetter so?* und schlussendlich die Prognose *Wie wird das Wetter?* des Wetters betrachtet. Damit auch ihr das Wetter besser einschätzen könnt und nicht nur auf die Symbole in den Wetterapps angewiesen seid, möchte ich euch erste Einblicke in die Wettervorhersage geben. Dazu gucken wir uns gemeinsam Wetterkarten an und geben einen Tipp (z.B. Temperatur, Luftdruck, Regenmenge) für den nächsten Tag ab.</description>
<recording>
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<optout>false</optout>
</recording>
<persons>
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<code>Z8VADQ</code>
<public_name>Daniela Schoster</public_name>
<biography>Studentin MA Meteorologie</biography>
</person>
</persons>
<links/>
<attachments/>
<answers/>
</event>
</room>
<room name="Village:Haecksen">
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<logo/>
<date>2019-08-21T17:30:00+02:00</date>
<start>17:30</start>
<duration>1:00</duration>
<room>Village:Haecksen</room>
<slug>camp2019-1274-session_a_capella</slug>
<title>A capella</title>
<subtitle/>
<track>self organized sessions</track>
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<language>de</language>
<abstract/>
<description>Einsingen, Zusammen singen</description>
<persons/>
<links/>
</event>
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<url>https://events.ccc.de/camp/2019/wiki/Session:Buchclub:_Texte_im_Feminismus</url>
<logo/>
<date>2019-08-21T21:00:00+02:00</date>
<start>21:00</start>
<duration>1:00</duration>
<room>Village:Haecksen</room>
<slug>camp2019-1275-session_buchclub_texte_im_feminismus</slug>
<title>Buchclub: Texte im Feminismus</title>
<subtitle/>
<track>self organized sessions</track>
<type>meeting</type>
<language>de</language>
<abstract/>
<description>was haben wir, ihr gelesen, was lohnt sich zu lesen?</description>
<persons/>
<links/>
</event>
<event guid="1dcab320-f662-4426-98ac-d07fecf6746e" id="1279">
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<logo/>
<date>2019-08-21T22:00:00+02:00</date>
<start>22:00</start>
<duration>0:01</duration>
<room>Village:Haecksen</room>
<slug>camp2019-1279-session_maerchenstunde_fuer_erwachsene_</slug>
<title>Märchenstunde (für Erwachsene)</title>
<subtitle>Teil 1: Was haben die Hexenverbrennungen mit Computergeschichte und Frauen* zu tun, hä?</subtitle>
<track>self organized sessions</track>
<type>talk</type>
<language>de</language>
<abstract/>
<description>Achtung, fällt aus! Tag 3 gehts los</description>
<persons/>
<links/>
</event>
<event guid="5b8af331-9b0d-44be-80a3-040be6bc21db" id="1276">
<url>https://events.ccc.de/camp/2019/wiki/Session:Surviving_Calc/Excel</url>
<logo/>
<date>2019-08-21T14:00:00+02:00</date>
<start>14:00</start>
<duration>0:45</duration>
<room>Village:Haecksen</room>
<slug>camp2019-1276-session_surviving_calc_excel</slug>
<title>Surviving Calc/Excel</title>
<subtitle/>
<track>self organized sessions</track>
<type>workshop</type>
<language>de</language>
<abstract/>
<description>basic formulas for sorting data without as much pain as usual</description>
<persons/>
<links/>
</event>
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<url>https://events.ccc.de/camp/2019/wiki/Session:Toki_Pona</url>
<logo/>
<date>2019-08-21T13:30:00+02:00</date>
<start>13:30</start>
<duration>0:30</duration>
<room>Village:Haecksen</room>
<slug>camp2019-1273-session_toki_pona</slug>
<title>Toki Pona</title>
<subtitle/>
<track>self organized sessions</track>
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<language>de</language>
<abstract/>
<description>an introduction to the language of good</description>
<persons>
<person href="https://events.ccc.de/camp/2019/wiki/User:Piko" id="0">Piko</person>
</persons>
<links/>
</event>
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<logo/>
<date>2019-08-21T20:00:00+02:00</date>
<start>20:00</start>
<duration>0:45</duration>
<room>Village:Haecksen</room>
<slug>camp2019-1277-session_wie_funktioniert_ein_sicherheitsgurt</slug>
<title>Wie funktioniert ein Sicherheitsgurt</title>
<subtitle/>
<track>self organized sessions</track>
<type>talk</type>
<language>de</language>
<abstract/>
<description>How seatbelt retractors work</description>
<persons/>
<links/>
</event>
<event guid="15d059be-acc8-4d88-a350-e7dc94ab2ca4" id="1320">
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<logo/>
<date>2019-08-21T21:00:00+02:00</date>
<start>21:00</start>
<duration>1:00</duration>
<room>Village:Haecksen</room>
<slug>camp2019-1320-session_workshop_feminist_library</slug>
<title>Workshop feminist library</title>
<subtitle/>
<track>self organized sessions</track>
<type>discussion</type>
<language>de</language>
<abstract/>
<description>Workshop to start the feminist library</description>
<persons/>
<links>
<link>http://haecksen.org</link>
</links>
</event>
</room>
<room name="Village:1komona">
<event guid="0d8f7404-43e2-44d2-8de0-0fe29a1a4a40" id="1361">
<url>https://events.ccc.de/camp/2019/wiki/Session:Anti_Capitalist_CTF</url>
<logo/>
<date>2019-08-21T23:59:00+02:00</date>
<start>23:59</start>
<duration>4:00</duration>
<room>Village:1komona</room>
<slug>camp2019-1361-session_anti_capitalist_ctf</slug>
<title>Anti Capitalist CTF</title>
<subtitle>NO BORDERS NO FLAGS ANON ANARCHIST ACTION a(A)a</subtitle>
<track>self organized sessions</track>
<type>hands-on</type>
<language>en</language>
<abstract/>
<description>We are tired of this oppressive capitalist system</description>
<persons/>
<links>
<link>https://discordleaks.unicornriot.ninja/discord/</link>
</links>
</event>
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<url>https://events.ccc.de/camp/2019/wiki/Session:Camp_Pride_Orga_Meeting,_1st_(open_for_all)</url>
<logo/>
<date>2019-08-21T19:00:00+02:00</date>
<start>19:00</start>
<duration>1:15</duration>
<room>Village:1komona</room>
<slug>camp2019-1385-session_camp_pride_orga_meeting_1st_open_for_all_</slug>
<title>Camp Pride Orga Meeting, 1st (open for all)</title>
<subtitle>Bring your ideas for the Pride</subtitle>
<track>self organized sessions</track>
<type>meeting</type>
<language>de</language>
<abstract/>
<description>Planning the Camp Pride. Come along and make this Pride nice.</description>
<persons>
<person href="https://events.ccc.de/camp/2019/wiki/User:Jou" id="0">Jou</person>
</persons>
<links/>
</event>
<event guid="4dcce96a-fcd9-4ffa-b99b-3bc454b08791" id="1329">
<url>https://events.ccc.de/camp/2019/wiki/Session:Postapokalyptic_jewellery</url>
<logo/>
<date>2019-08-21T17:47:00+02:00</date>
<start>17:47</start>
<duration>1:01</duration>
<room>Village:1komona</room>
<slug>camp2019-1329-session_postapokalyptic_jewellery</slug>
<title>Postapokalyptic jewellery</title>
<subtitle>scrap tinkering - schrottbasteln</subtitle>
<track>self organized sessions</track>
<type>workshop</type>
<language>de</language>
<abstract/>
<description>living in the postapocalypse and noticing the beauty of relicts of human civilisation, we start to adorn and grace ourselves with it. the workshop offers to create more or less pretty jewellery things out of a big collection of found objects. bring your own nuggets or choose from provided material. there will be a donation box as sad enough the apocalypse didn't make capitalism history.</description>
<persons/>
<links>
<link>https://p0stap0calyptic.wordpress.com/</link>
</links>
</event>
</room>
<room name="Village:Chaoswelle">
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<url>https://events.ccc.de/camp/2019/wiki/Session:Bandpl%C3%A4ne</url>
<logo/>
<date>2019-08-21T18:30:00+02:00</date>
<start>18:30</start>
<duration>0:30</duration>
<room>Village:Chaoswelle</room>
<slug>camp2019-1324-session_bandplaene</slug>
<title>Bandpläne</title>
<subtitle/>
<track>self organized sessions</track>
<type>talk</type>
<language>de</language>
<abstract/>
<description>Bedeutung, Aufbau und Verwendung der Amateurfunk-Bandpläne</description>
<persons>
<person href="https://events.ccc.de/camp/2019/wiki/User:Pylon" id="0">Pylon</person>
</persons>
<links/>
</event>
<event guid="7cd9bc5f-8b2a-4ced-8062-fdd11e1f5371" id="1325">
<url>https://events.ccc.de/camp/2019/wiki/Session:Cloudlog</url>
<logo/>
<date>2019-08-21T18:00:00+02:00</date>
<start>18:00</start>
<duration>0:30</duration>
<room>Village:Chaoswelle</room>
<slug>camp2019-1325-session_cloudlog</slug>
<title>Cloudlog</title>
<subtitle/>
<track>self organized sessions</track>
<type>talk</type>
<language>de</language>
<abstract/>
<description>Webbasiertes Amateurfunk-Logbuch</description>
<persons/>
<links>
<link>https://github.com/magicbug/Cloudlog</link>
</links>
</event>
<event guid="38f8c609-043e-4c22-a301-688acefdb765" id="1326">
<url>https://events.ccc.de/camp/2019/wiki/Session:HAMNET</url>
<logo/>
<date>2019-08-21T19:30:00+02:00</date>
<start>19:30</start>
<duration>1:00</duration>
<room>Village:Chaoswelle</room>
<slug>camp2019-1326-session_hamnet</slug>
<title>HAMNET</title>
<subtitle/>
<track>self organized sessions</track>
<type>talk</type>
<language>de</language>
<abstract/>
<description>Highspeed Amateurradio Multimedia NETwork</description>
<persons/>
<links/>
</event>
<event guid="66935ea8-fbe0-4536-a193-f8ec87c8a41a" id="1382">
<url>https://events.ccc.de/camp/2019/wiki/Session:Knoten_f%C3%BCr_Anf%C3%A4nger</url>
<logo/>
<date>2019-08-21T19:00:00+02:00</date>
<start>19:00</start>
<duration>0:30</duration>
<room>Village:Chaoswelle</room>
<slug>camp2019-1382-session_knoten_fuer_anfaenger</slug>
<title>Knoten für Anfänger</title>
<subtitle/>
<track>self organized sessions</track>
<type>hands-on</type>
<language>de</language>
<abstract/>
<description>Hands-on Workshop begleitend oder alternativ zum Vortrag Knoten 101.</description>
<persons/>
<links/>
</event>
<event guid="b2f0e1a6-194c-40d6-8ce4-908200b6fe7b" id="1327">
<url>https://events.ccc.de/camp/2019/wiki/Session:Restauration_antiker_Autoradios</url>
<logo/>
<date>2019-08-21T21:00:00+02:00</date>
<start>21:00</start>
<duration>1:00</duration>
<room>Village:Chaoswelle</room>
<slug>camp2019-1327-session_restauration_antiker_autoradios</slug>
<title>Restauration antiker Autoradios</title>
<subtitle/>
<track>self organized sessions</track>
<type>talk</type>
<language>de</language>
<abstract/>
<description>Technische und optische Restauration antiker Autoradios für Oldtimer</description>
<persons/>
<links/>
</event>
</room>
<room name="Village:Chaos-West">
<event guid="7f6c411b-c418-42d5-bc0a-c1514aa2e687" id="1313">
<url>https://events.ccc.de/camp/2019/wiki/Session:Board_Meeting</url>
<logo/>
<date>2019-08-21T15:00:00+02:00</date>
<start>15:00</start>
<duration>2:00</duration>
<room>Village:Chaos-West</room>
<slug>camp2019-1313-session_board_meeting</slug>
<title>Board Meeting</title>
<subtitle>Meetup for e-longboards and related e-vehicles</subtitle>
<track>self organized sessions</track>
<type>meeting</type>
<language/>
<abstract/>
<description>Meetup for e-longboards and related e-vehicles</description>
<persons>
<person href="https://events.ccc.de/camp/2019/wiki/User:Rnbwdsh" id="0">Rnbwdsh</person>
</persons>
<links/>
</event>
</room>
<room name="Village:Metalab Dome">
<event guid="cbd7ad63-7700-4c8c-a552-7a1ee8d012d7" id="1336">
<url>https://events.ccc.de/camp/2019/wiki/Session:Building_dome_tarps_with_PVC_fabric</url>
<logo/>
<date>2019-08-21T11:00:00+02:00</date>
<start>11:00</start>
<duration>3:00</duration>
<room>Village:Metalab Dome</room>
<slug>camp2019-1336-session_building_dome_tarps_with_pvc_fabric</slug>
<title>Building dome tarps with PVC fabric</title>
<subtitle/>
<track>self organized sessions</track>
<type>hands-on</type>
<language>de</language>
<abstract/>
<description>Building tarps for the Metalab Dome</description>
<persons>
<person href="https://events.ccc.de/camp/2019/wiki/User:Ripper" id="0">Ripper</person>
</persons>
<links>
<link>https://metalab.at/wiki/Dome_2.0</link>
</links>
</event>
</room>
<room name="Village:Infuanfu">
<event guid="728c0b55-04fb-4937-8e94-c6e1c162e0d7" id="1337">
<url>https://events.ccc.de/camp/2019/wiki/Session:Chaos_Microgrid_Working_Group</url>
<logo/>
<date>2019-08-21T16:00:00+02:00</date>
<start>16:00</start>
<duration>2:00</duration>
<room>Village:Infuanfu</room>
<slug>camp2019-1337-session_chaos_microgrid_working_group</slug>
<title>Chaos Microgrid Working Group</title>
<subtitle>Second Meetup</subtitle>
<track>self organized sessions</track>
<type>discussion</type>
<language>de</language>
<abstract/>
<description>We want to meet and discuss the requirements and possibilities of setting up a microgrid solution for future camping events.</description>
<persons>
<person href="https://events.ccc.de/camp/2019/wiki/User:Hadez" id="0">Hadez</person>
</persons>
<links/>
</event>
</room>
<room name="Village:Foodhackingbase">
<event guid="f5538214-33b5-45fd-9c69-a9acef3e322e" id="1186">
<url>https://events.ccc.de/camp/2019/wiki/Session:Cheese_Rendezvous</url>
<logo/>
<date>2019-08-21T20:00:00+02:00</date>
<start>20:00</start>
<duration>2:00</duration>
<room>Village:Foodhackingbase</room>
<slug>camp2019-1186-session_cheese_rendezvous</slug>
<title>Cheese Rendezvous</title>
<subtitle>Session I.</subtitle>
<track>self organized sessions</track>
<type>workshop</type>
<language>en</language>
<abstract/>
<description>Selection of delicious cheeses and condiments for you!</description>
<persons>
<person href="https://events.ccc.de/camp/2019/wiki/User:Algoldor" id="0">Algoldor</person>
</persons>
<links>
<link>https://foodhackingbase.org/wiki/Cheesetasting_ccccamp2019</link>
</links>
</event>
<event guid="ad76e911-3536-4b60-81bc-93fb0f2ddc12" id="1216">
<url>https://events.ccc.de/camp/2019/wiki/Session:Introduction_to_Tempeh_Making</url>
<logo/>
<date>2019-08-21T14:00:00+02:00</date>
<start>14:00</start>
<duration>2:00</duration>
<room>Village:Foodhackingbase</room>
<slug>camp2019-1216-session_introduction_to_tempeh_making</slug>
<title>Introduction to Tempeh Making</title>
<subtitle/>
<track>self organized sessions</track>
<type>hands-on</type>
<language>en</language>
<abstract/>
<description>You will learn how to make your own tempeh.</description>
<persons>
<person href="https://events.ccc.de/camp/2019/wiki/User:Algoldor" id="0">Algoldor</person>
</persons>
<links>
<link>https://foodhackingbase.org/wiki/Tempeh_making_ccccamp2019</link>
</links>
</event>
<event guid="b5d29270-8b60-4317-9639-041eb2f3a418" id="1373">
<url>https://events.ccc.de/camp/2019/wiki/Session:Whiskey_tasting</url>
<logo/>
<date>2019-08-21T22:00:00+02:00</date>
<start>22:00</start>
<duration>1:30</duration>
<room>Village:Foodhackingbase</room>
<slug>camp2019-1373-session_whiskey_tasting</slug>
<title>Whiskey tasting</title>
<subtitle/>
<track>self organized sessions</track>
<type>workshop</type>
<language>en</language>
<abstract/>
<description>Tasting different whiskeys</description>
<persons>
<person href="https://events.ccc.de/camp/2019/wiki/User:Algoldor" id="0">Algoldor</person>
</persons>
<links>
<link>https://foodhackingbase.org/wiki/Whiskytasting_ccccamp2019</link>
</links>
</event>
</room>
<room name="Village:LaTeX">
<event guid="78fe0714-c035-4464-baa9-4a766d058311" id="1050">
<url>https://events.ccc.de/camp/2019/wiki/Session:ConTeXt_f%C3%BCr_Anf%C3%A4nger</url>
<logo/>
<date>2019-08-21T14:00:00+02:00</date>
<start>14:00</start>
<duration>1:00</duration>
<room>Village:LaTeX</room>
<slug>camp2019-1050-session_context_fuer_anfaenger</slug>
<title>ConTeXt für Anfänger</title>
<subtitle/>
<track>self organized sessions</track>
<type>workshop</type>
<language>de</language>
<abstract/>
<description>Introduction into ConTeXt</description>
<persons>
<person href="https://events.ccc.de/camp/2019/wiki/User:Hraban" id="0">Hraban</person>
</persons>
<links>
<link>http://wiki.contextgarden.net</link>
</links>
</event>
<event guid="4100c30a-0e78-403d-a5c8-b0d7387b1ef7" id="1064">
<url>https://events.ccc.de/camp/2019/wiki/Session:Einf%C3%BChrung_in_LaTeX</url>
<logo/>
<date>2019-08-21T15:00:00+02:00</date>
<start>15:00</start>
<duration>1:00</duration>
<room>Village:LaTeX</room>
<slug>camp2019-1064-session_einfuehrung_in_latex</slug>
<title>Einführung in LaTeX</title>
<subtitle>(Individual 1h events, not a series - you can come to any of those)</subtitle>
<track>self organized sessions</track>
<type>workshop</type>
<language>de</language>
<abstract/>
<description>Short introduction into typesetting with LaTeX for complete beginners</description>
<persons>
<person href="https://events.ccc.de/camp/2019/wiki/User:Nils" id="0">Nils</person>
</persons>
<links>
<link>https://gitlab.com/nilspickert/latex-einfuehrung</link>
</links>
</event>
</room>
<room name="Hackcenter">
<event guid="f4fa97e9-c253-4eb2-8695-83addfc593ea" id="1284">
<url>https://events.ccc.de/camp/2019/wiki/Session:Creating_Z-Wave_controllers_and_devices</url>
<logo/>
<date>2019-08-21T16:00:00+02:00</date>
<start>16:00</start>
<duration>1:30</duration>
<room>Hackcenter</room>
<slug>camp2019-1284-session_creating_z_wave_controllers_and_devices</slug>
<title>Creating Z-Wave controllers and devices</title>
<subtitle/>
<track>self organized sessions</track>
<type>workshop</type>
<language>en</language>
<abstract/>
<description>Hacking around Z-Wave smart home protocol</description>
<persons>
<person href="https://events.ccc.de/camp/2019/wiki/User:PoltoS" id="0">PoltoS</person>
</persons>
<links>
<link>http://z-uno.z-wave.me</link>
</links>
</event>
<event guid="f5d15859-c9b5-44c8-8565-cb22daacedc8" id="1233">
<url>https://events.ccc.de/camp/2019/wiki/Session:SUSI.AI_Open_Source_Voice_Assistant</url>
<logo/>
<date>2019-08-21T16:00:00+02:00</date>
<start>16:00</start>
<duration>1:30</duration>
<room>Hackcenter</room>
<slug>camp2019-1233-session_susi_ai_open_source_voice_assistant</slug>
<title>SUSI.AI Open Source Voice Assistant</title>
<subtitle>Learn about SUSI.AI and how to build your own smart speaker</subtitle>
<track>self organized sessions</track>
<type>workshop</type>
<language>de</language>
<abstract/>
<description>We are developing a smart speaker that can play music through voice commands. Users can play music from online resources such as radio stations, YouTube, their cloud folder (e.g. Nextcloud) as well as from locally connected USB sticks or music available in the local network.</description>
<persons>
<person href="https://events.ccc.de/camp/2019/wiki/User:MarioB" id="0">MarioB</person>
</persons>
<links>
<link>https://susi.ai</link>
</links>
</event>
</room>
<room name="Village:About:freedom">
<event guid="5c1066ad-c624-437b-b1aa-cd94855def55" id="1053">
<url>https://events.ccc.de/camp/2019/wiki/Session:Creative_commons</url>
<logo/>
<date>2019-08-21T14:30:00+02:00</date>
<start>14:30</start>
<duration>0:55</duration>
<room>Village:About:freedom</room>
<slug>camp2019-1053-session_creative_commons</slug>
<title>Creative commons</title>
<subtitle>verstehen, anwenden, weiterdenken</subtitle>
<track>self organized sessions</track>
<type>talk</type>
<language>de</language>
<abstract/>
<description>Ein Vortrag über Creative Commons. verstehen, anwenden, weiterdenken.</description>
<persons>
<person href="https://events.ccc.de/camp/2019/wiki/User:Tunda" id="0">Tunda</person>
</persons>
<links>
<link>http://creativecommons.org</link>
<link>http://irights.info</link>
</links>
</event>
<event guid="8fffd29a-b237-48ec-b2cd-4126bff8dd15" id="1059">
<url>https://events.ccc.de/camp/2019/wiki/Session:Digitale_Werkzeuge_zum_Verst%C3%A4ndnis_der_Energiewende</url>
<logo/>
<date>2019-08-21T15:30:00+02:00</date>
<start>15:30</start>
<duration>0:30</duration>
<room>Village:About:freedom</room>
<slug>camp2019-1059-session_digitale_werkzeuge_zum_verstaendnis_der_energiewende</slug>
<title>Digitale Werkzeuge zum Verständnis der Energiewende</title>
<subtitle>about:stage</subtitle>
<track>self organized sessions</track>
<type>talk</type>
<language>de</language>
<abstract/>
<description/>
<persons>
<person href="https://events.ccc.de/camp/2019/wiki/User:Gnunicorn" id="0">Gnunicorn</person>
</persons>
<links/>
</event>
<event guid="a832c946-31a9-41b2-963b-5ef4cc31b33c" id="1193">
<url>https://events.ccc.de/camp/2019/wiki/Session:Digitale_Werkzeuge_zum_Verst%C3%A4ndnis_von_Klima_und_Wetter</url>
<logo/>
<date>2019-08-21T14:00:00+02:00</date>
<start>14:00</start>
<duration>0:30</duration>
<room>Village:About:freedom</room>
<slug>camp2019-1193-session_digitale_werkzeuge_zum_verstaendnis_von_klima_und_wetter</slug>
<title>Digitale Werkzeuge zum Verständnis von Klima und Wetter</title>
<subtitle>about:stage</subtitle>
<track>self organized sessions</track>
<type>talk</type>
<language>de</language>
<abstract/>
<description/>
<persons>
<person href="https://events.ccc.de/camp/2019/wiki/User:Gnunicorn" id="0">Gnunicorn</person>
</persons>
<links/>
</event>
<event guid="107bdb89-dabe-4276-9af1-78130e04ef2f" id="1067">
<url>https://events.ccc.de/camp/2019/wiki/Session:Estimate_and_calculate_carbon_footprints</url>
<logo/>
<date>2019-08-21T18:00:00+02:00</date>
<start>18:00</start>
<duration>1:00</duration>
<room>Village:About:freedom</room>
<slug>camp2019-1067-session_estimate_and_calculate_carbon_footprints</slug>
<title>Estimate and calculate carbon footprints</title>
<subtitle/>
<track>self organized sessions</track>
<type>hands-on</type>
<language>en</language>
<abstract/>
<description>Make a broad calculation of carbon emissions of &lt;foo&gt;.</description>
<persons>
<person href="https://events.ccc.de/camp/2019/wiki/User:Gnunicorn" id="0">Gnunicorn</person>
</persons>
<links/>
</event>
<event guid="27e94e6e-74b0-4c58-a221-6c688b72caf6" id="1104">
<url>https://events.ccc.de/camp/2019/wiki/Session:Let%27s_go_there_by_land_not_by_air</url>
<logo/>
<date>2019-08-21T17:00:00+02:00</date>
<start>17:00</start>
<duration>1:00</duration>
<room>Village:About:freedom</room>
<slug>camp2019-1104-session_let_s_go_there_by_land_not_by_air</slug>
<title>Let's go there by land not by air</title>
<subtitle/>
<track>self organized sessions</track>
<type>hands-on</type>
<language>en</language>
<abstract/>
<description>Suffering of flygskam? Find your therapy here.</description>
<persons>
<person href="https://events.ccc.de/camp/2019/wiki/User:Gnunicorn" id="0">Gnunicorn</person>
</persons>
<links/>
</event>
<event guid="bd8cc66c-ae5b-4519-a646-4beff26cb8d7" id="1224">
<url>https://events.ccc.de/camp/2019/wiki/Session:Net_Neutrality_updates:_How_5G_is_used_to_water_down_the_protections_of_the_open_internet</url>
<logo/>
<date>2019-08-21T17:00:00+02:00</date>
<start>17:00</start>
<duration>0:55</duration>
<room>Village:About:freedom</room>
<slug>camp2019-1224-session_net_neutrality_updates_how_5g_is_used_to_water_down_the_protections_of_the_open_internet</slug>
<title>Net Neutrality updates: How 5G is used to water down the protections of the open internet</title>
<subtitle>about:stage</subtitle>
<track>self organized sessions</track>
<type>talk</type>
<language>en</language>
<abstract/>
<description/>
<persons>
<person href="https://events.ccc.de/camp/2019/wiki/User:Gnunicorn" id="0">Gnunicorn</person>
</persons>
<links/>
</event>
<event guid="25c0bf31-46fb-4cb8-b2c5-2369cf2e4e41" id="1131">
<url>https://events.ccc.de/camp/2019/wiki/Session:Substrate_verifiable_credentials_-_build_your_first_infrastructure_blockchain</url>
<logo/>
<date>2019-08-21T14:00:00+02:00</date>
<start>14:00</start>
<duration>2:55</duration>
<room>Village:About:freedom</room>
<slug>camp2019-1131-session_substrate_verifiable_credentials_build_your_first_infrastructure_blockchain</slug>
<title>Substrate verifiable credentials - build your first infrastructure blockchain</title>
<subtitle/>
<track>self organized sessions</track>
<type>hands-on</type>
<language/>
<abstract/>
<description>In this workshop you'll learn to build your own infrastructure blockchain (for verifiable credentials) using Substrate, Rust and WebAssembly.</description>
<persons>
<person href="https://events.ccc.de/camp/2019/wiki/User:Gnunicorn" id="0">Gnunicorn</person>
</persons>
<links>
<link>https://substrate.dev/en/tutorials</link>
</links>
</event>
<event guid="e869af6c-ef08-50f0-8fbe-ab08753d6fe7" id="1380">
<url>https://events.ccc.de/camp/2019/wiki/Session:Systemabsturz_-_Datenschutzelektropunkstrash_Konzert</url>
<logo/>
<date>2019-08-21T22:00:00+02:00</date>
<start>22:00</start>
<duration>1:00</duration>
<room>Village:About:freedom</room>
<slug>camp2019-1380-session_systemabsturz_datenschutzelektropunkstrash_konzert</slug>
<title>Systemabsturz - Datenschutzelektropunkstrash Konzert</title>
<subtitle/>
<track>self organized sessions</track>
<type>other</type>
<language>de</language>
<abstract/>
<description>Datenschutz-Elektropunktrash</description>
<persons>
<person href="https://events.ccc.de/camp/2019/wiki/User:Benks" id="0">Benks</person>
</persons>
<links/>
</event>
<event guid="4e3dbbb5-edd9-5150-91e9-d49d30a1d5b6" id="1381">
<url>https://events.ccc.de/camp/2019/wiki/Session:Systemabsturz_-_Konzertvorgl%C3%BChen</url>
<logo/>
<date>2019-08-21T21:00:00+02:00</date>
<start>21:00</start>
<duration>1:00</duration>
<room>Village:About:freedom</room>
<slug>camp2019-1381-session_systemabsturz_konzertvorgluehen</slug>
<title>Systemabsturz - Konzertvorglühen</title>
<subtitle/>
<track>self organized sessions</track>
<type>other</type>
<language>de</language>
<abstract/>
<description>Datenschutz-Elektropunktrash</description>
<persons>
<person href="https://events.ccc.de/camp/2019/wiki/User:Benks" id="0">Benks</person>
</persons>
<links/>
</event>
<event guid="9c0d9834-b2a4-4a2e-9c15-9e54bac815d0" id="1140">
<url>https://events.ccc.de/camp/2019/wiki/Session:Tor_Relay_Operator_Meetup</url>
<logo/>
<date>2019-08-21T18:00:00+02:00</date>
<start>18:00</start>
<duration>1:55</duration>
<room>Village:About:freedom</room>
<slug>camp2019-1140-session_tor_relay_operator_meetup</slug>
<title>Tor Relay Operator Meetup</title>
<subtitle/>
<track>self organized sessions</track>
<type>meeting</type>
<language>en</language>
<abstract/>
<description>Come learn about Tor Project and privacy, and hang out with Tor contributors</description>
<persons>
<person href="https://events.ccc.de/camp/2019/wiki/User:Gnunicorn" id="0">Gnunicorn</person>
</persons>
<links>
<link>https://www.torproject.org</link>
</links>
</event>
</room>
<room name="Village:Digitalcourage">
<event guid="01d7adc9-5283-4009-8cc1-55bfe4569c82" id="1269">
<url>https://events.ccc.de/camp/2019/wiki/Session:Digital_Self-Defense_Workshop</url>
<logo/>
<date>2019-08-21T16:00:00+02:00</date>
<start>16:00</start>
<duration>1:30</duration>
<room>Village:Digitalcourage</room>
<slug>camp2019-1269-session_digital_self_defense_workshop</slug>
<title>Digital Self-Defense Workshop</title>
<subtitle>Passwords &amp; File Encryption</subtitle>
<track>self organized sessions</track>
<type>workshop</type>
<language>de</language>
<abstract/>
<description>Learn about the basics of practical cryptography and privacy enhancing measures for your digital devices in the spirit of a CryptoParty.</description>
<persons>
<person href="https://events.ccc.de/camp/2019/wiki/User:CryptGoat" id="0">CryptGoat</person>
</persons>
<links>
<link>https://digitalcourage.de/digitale-selbstverteidigung</link>
</links>
</event>
</room>
<room name="Village:Kidspace">
<event guid="8fc910cd-6336-4b64-ac07-ac56c61cbeda" id="1272">
<url>https://events.ccc.de/camp/2019/wiki/Session:Explore_the_botany_of_the_camp_with_plant_identification_apps</url>
<logo/>
<date>2019-08-21T11:00:00+02:00</date>
<start>11:00</start>
<duration>0:30</duration>
<room>Village:Kidspace</room>
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<title>Explore the botany of the camp with plant identification apps</title>
<subtitle/>
<track>self organized sessions</track>
<type>outside</type>
<language>de</language>
<abstract/>
<description>lets go plant hunting at the lake and test some plant identification apps</description>
<persons>
<person href="https://events.ccc.de/camp/2019/wiki/User:Minoi" id="0">Minoi</person>
</persons>
<links/>
</event>
<event guid="f40b1ff2-7dbd-419a-8dc4-199f3bf33c0e" id="1304">
<url>https://events.ccc.de/camp/2019/wiki/Session:Vorlesestunde_/_reading_hour</url>
<logo/>
<date>2019-08-21T17:30:00+02:00</date>
<start>17:30</start>
<duration>1:00</duration>
<room>Village:Kidspace</room>
<slug>camp2019-1304-session_vorlesestunde_reading_hour</slug>
<title>Vorlesestunde / reading hour</title>
<subtitle/>
<track>self organized sessions</track>
<type>other</type>
<language>de</language>
<abstract/>
<description>Kinderbücher vorlesen</description>
<persons>
<person href="https://events.ccc.de/camp/2019/wiki/User:Ckeen" id="0">Ckeen</person>
</persons>
<links/>
</event>
</room>
<room name="Village:HardwareHackingArea">
<event guid="9f9bb0a0-596f-4ff4-9e7a-d8b9a6b08827" id="1366">
<url>https://events.ccc.de/camp/2019/wiki/Session:Fomu,_the_FPGA_in_your_USB_Port</url>
<logo/>
<date>2019-08-21T22:00:00+02:00</date>
<start>22:00</start>
<duration>1:30</duration>
<room>Village:HardwareHackingArea</room>
<slug>camp2019-1366-session_fomu_the_fpga_in_your_usb_port</slug>
<title>Fomu, the FPGA in your USB Port</title>
<subtitle/>
<track>self organized sessions</track>
<type>hands-on</type>
<language>en</language>
<abstract/>
<description>Come get an FPGA dev board in your USB port and start hacking!&lt;br&gt; Get toolchain setup and you can get &lt;b&gt;free&lt;/b&gt; hardware!&lt;br&gt;&lt;br&gt; ''(This is one of many cool things happening throughout CCCamp 2019 in the huge '''Hardware Hacking Area!)'''''&lt;br&gt; &lt;br&gt; This workshop will be given multiple times (all identical):&lt;br&gt; &amp;nbsp;&amp;nbsp;&amp;nbsp;Day 1: 21-Aug, 10:00pm - 11:30pm&lt;br&gt; &amp;nbsp;&amp;nbsp;&amp;nbsp;Day 2: 22-Aug, 2:30pm - 4:30pm&lt;br&gt; &amp;nbsp;&amp;nbsp;&amp;nbsp;Day 3: 23-Aug, 5:30pm - 7:00pm&lt;br&gt; &amp;nbsp;&amp;nbsp;&amp;nbsp;Day 4: 24-Aug, 3:30pm - 5:00pm&lt;br&gt;&lt;/span&gt;</description>
<persons/>
<links>
<link>http://fomu.im</link>
</links>
</event>
<event guid="c5d794aa-3b64-4614-a644-528cc379182a" id="1257">
<url>https://events.ccc.de/camp/2019/wiki/Session:Geiger_Counter_Workshop</url>
<logo/>
<date>2019-08-21T17:00:00+02:00</date>
<start>17:00</start>
<duration>2:00</duration>
<room>Village:HardwareHackingArea</room>
<slug>camp2019-1257-session_geiger_counter_workshop</slug>
<title>Geiger Counter Workshop</title>
<subtitle>Geiger Counter Workshop 1</subtitle>
<track>self organized sessions</track>
<type>workshop</type>
<language>en</language>
<abstract/>
<description>Build a working Geiger Counter</description>
<persons>
<person href="https://events.ccc.de/camp/2019/wiki/User:Mightyohm" id="0">Mightyohm</person>
</persons>
<links>
<link>http://mightyohm.com/geiger</link>
</links>
</event>
<event guid="2c589187-0e66-45a1-a6ef-4be09eb0d231" id="1103">
<url>https://events.ccc.de/camp/2019/wiki/Session:Learn_To_Solder</url>
<logo/>
<date>2019-08-21T17:00:00+02:00</date>
<start>17:00</start>
<duration>6:59</duration>
<room>Village:HardwareHackingArea</room>
<slug>camp2019-1103-session_learn_to_solder</slug>
<title>Learn To Solder</title>
<subtitle>Day 1</subtitle>
<track>self organized sessions</track>
<type>workshop</type>
<language>en</language>
<abstract/>
<description>Learn to Solder! A large variety of way cool kits are available, all designed for total beginners to complete successfully -- and intriguing enough for the total hardware geek.&lt;br&gt; &lt;br&gt; &lt;span style=&quot;color:orange&quot;&gt;'''''This ongoing workshop will be happening concurrently with lots of other way cool workshops at the Hardware Hacking Area! All day &amp; all night, throughout all of CCCamp2019.'''''&lt;/span&gt;</description>
<persons>
<person href="https://events.ccc.de/camp/2019/wiki/User:Maltman23" id="0">Maltman23</person>
</persons>
<links/>
</event>
<event guid="592e8c5b-b23a-4768-8ffc-9d07329ce16f" id="1294">
<url>https://events.ccc.de/camp/2019/wiki/Session:Surface_Mount_Electronics_Assembly_for_Terrified_Beginners_-_electronic_kitten_EXPERIMENTAL_WORKSHOP</url>
<logo/>
<date>2019-08-21T20:00:00+02:00</date>
<start>20:00</start>
<duration>1:40</duration>
<room>Village:HardwareHackingArea</room>
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<title>Surface Mount Electronics Assembly for Terrified Beginners - electronic kitten EXPERIMENTAL WORKSHOP</title>
<subtitle>EXPERIMENTAL Day 1 - 20:00</subtitle>
<track>self organized sessions</track>
<type>workshop</type>
<language>de</language>
<abstract/>
<description>Experimental new workshop - Surface mount electronics for terrified beginners. Learn to assemble tiny parts on circuit boards by building an electronic touch-activated purring kitten. Anyone can do it. Yes, even you who never touched anything electronic before. 90-100mins, 20€/kit, avoid caffeine immediately before. Max 5 participants per session, there is a PAPER!!1! signup list in the hardware hacking area.</description>
<persons>
<person href="https://events.ccc.de/camp/2019/wiki/User:Kliment" id="0">Kliment</person>
</persons>
<links/>
</event>
</room>
<room name="Village:Free Software Foundation Europe">
<event guid="e10a5b76-2ca9-4a0d-a1c6-0b3ce24748a8" id="1255">
<url>https://events.ccc.de/camp/2019/wiki/Session:Free_Software_Song_sing-along</url>
<logo/>
<date>2019-08-21T19:30:00+02:00</date>
<start>19:30</start>
<duration>0:10</duration>
<room>Village:Free Software Foundation Europe</room>
<slug>camp2019-1255-session_free_software_song_sing_along</slug>
<title>Free Software Song sing-along</title>
<subtitle>ad-hoc choir</subtitle>
<track>self organized sessions</track>
<type>other</type>
<language>en</language>
<abstract/>
<description>Everyday at 19:30 in the Cluster about:freedom we invite you to sing together the Free Software song; We have the lyrics and a conductor. Simply come, bring your hacker buddies and your voice and maybe an instrument and we form an ad-hoc choir and sing out loud our love for Free Software!</description>
<persons>
<person href="https://events.ccc.de/camp/2019/wiki/User:Eal" id="0">Eal</person>
</persons>
<links/>
</event>
</room>
<room name="Village:Schaffenburg">
<event guid="6700ed11-b9cb-46ba-8f25-f68a29dfcc64" id="1079">
<url>https://events.ccc.de/camp/2019/wiki/Session:GOC</url>
<logo/>
<date>2019-08-21T19:00:00+02:00</date>
<start>19:00</start>
<duration>1:30</duration>
<room>Village:Schaffenburg</room>
<slug>camp2019-1079-session_goc</slug>
<title>GOC</title>
<subtitle>Introduction &amp; Selection of Botanicals</subtitle>
<track>self organized sessions</track>
<type>workshop</type>
<language>de</language>
<abstract/>
<description>Gin Operation Center</description>
<persons>
<person href="https://events.ccc.de/camp/2019/wiki/User:Fraxinas" id="0">Fraxinas</person>
</persons>
<links/>
</event>
</room>
<room name="Village:Harbor">
<event guid="32dfd87c-4f9e-4535-b056-898d41e8f2bc" id="1086">
<url>https://events.ccc.de/camp/2019/wiki/Session:HFOS_-_The_Hackerfleet_Operating_System</url>
<logo/>
<date>2019-08-21T16:00:00+02:00</date>
<start>16:00</start>
<duration>0:45</duration>
<room>Village:Harbor</room>
<slug>camp2019-1086-session_hfos_the_hackerfleet_operating_system</slug>
<title>HFOS - The Hackerfleet Operating System</title>
<subtitle>Updaates! What happened since last camp?</subtitle>
<track>self organized sessions</track>
<type>talk</type>
<language>en</language>
<abstract/>
<description>HFOS is the opensource vessel computer system</description>
<persons>
<person href="https://events.ccc.de/camp/2019/wiki/User:Riot" id="0">Riot</person>
</persons>
<links>
<link>http://hackerfleet.eu</link>
</links>
</event>
</room>
<room name="Village:HackLeman">
<event guid="d40a738b-44b0-4239-a792-438c645945b2" id="1340">
<url>https://events.ccc.de/camp/2019/wiki/Session:Hackleman_badge_building</url>
<logo/>
<date>2019-08-21T10:00:00+02:00</date>
<start>10:00</start>
<duration>2:00</duration>
<room>Village:HackLeman</room>
<slug>camp2019-1340-session_hackleman_badge_building</slug>
<title>Hackleman badge building</title>
<subtitle>Let's build our badges fellow citizens</subtitle>
<track>self organized sessions</track>
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<language>en</language>
<abstract/>
<description>Badge building session for HackLeman residents, outsiders also welcome. Badges cost 5 CHF/EUR/USD/Units of money</description>
<persons/>
<links>
<link>https://github.com/pingud98/HackLemanBadge</link>
</links>
</event>
</room>
<room name="Village:C-base">
<event guid="55558acc-348c-44e8-97b1-bbc1187a7407" id="1099">
<url>https://events.ccc.de/camp/2019/wiki/Session:Isomer</url>
<logo/>
<date>2019-08-21T17:00:00+02:00</date>
<start>17:00</start>
<duration>0:45</duration>
<room>Village:C-base</room>
<slug>camp2019-1099-session_isomer</slug>
<title>Isomer</title>
<subtitle>An overview of what Isomer aims to be and how that might help you</subtitle>
<track>self organized sessions</track>
<type>talk</type>
<language>en</language>
<abstract/>
<description>Isomer is a new distributed application framework</description>
<persons>
<person href="https://events.ccc.de/camp/2019/wiki/User:Riot" id="0">Riot</person>
</persons>
<links>
<link>http://isomer.eu</link>
</links>
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<event guid="8ee75b4c-727a-44d8-ae76-3da535871523" id="1101">
<url>https://events.ccc.de/camp/2019/wiki/Session:Kubernetes_Security_Overview</url>
<logo/>
<date>2019-08-21T15:00:00+02:00</date>
<start>15:00</start>
<duration>1:30</duration>
<room>Village:C-base</room>
<slug>camp2019-1101-session_kubernetes_security_overview</slug>
<title>Kubernetes Security Overview</title>
<subtitle>Kubernetes Security Basics</subtitle>
<track>self organized sessions</track>
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<language>en</language>
<abstract/>
<description>Kubernetes makes it easy to deploy microservices. However, the price is a huge amount of complexity. If you use Kubernetes, it is high time to learn the basics of container and Kubernetes security. Handson workshop on selected topics of Kubernetes security.</description>
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<links/>
</event>
</room>
<room name="Village:Milliways">
<event guid="010a82f9-f773-4784-8536-cd7009cdefce" id="1343">
<url>https://events.ccc.de/camp/2019/wiki/Session:Modding_Milliways_-_Low-poly_Whiskyleaks</url>
<logo/>
<date>2019-08-21T18:00:00+02:00</date>
<start>18:00</start>
<duration>2:00</duration>
<room>Village:Milliways</room>
<slug>camp2019-1343-session_modding_milliways_low_poly_whiskyleaks</slug>
<title>Modding Milliways - Low-poly Whiskyleaks</title>
<subtitle>Low-poly buildup pt.1</subtitle>
<track>self organized sessions</track>
<type>game</type>
<language>en</language>
<abstract/>
<description>A livestream at Milliways of CCC being modded into a videogame</description>
<persons>
<person href="https://events.ccc.de/camp/2019/wiki/User:Awtnmy" id="0">Awtnmy</person>
</persons>
<links>
<link>http://wiki.offgridthegame.com/index.php?title=Milliways_CCCamp_mod</link>
<link>https://github.com/IuriLeitaoMartinho/OffGridMilliwaysMod</link>
<link>https://www.twitch.tv/semaeopus</link>
<link>http://www.offgridthegame.com</link>
</links>
</event>
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<room name="Village:402 Payment Required">
<event guid="878fe989-4298-4518-b7dc-9e1d41edf78b" id="1116">
<url>https://events.ccc.de/camp/2019/wiki/Session:Pile_Farty</url>
<logo/>
<date>2019-08-21T21:00:00+02:00</date>
<start>21:00</start>
<duration>2:00</duration>
<room>Village:402 Payment Required</room>
<slug>camp2019-1116-session_pile_farty</slug>
<title>Pile Farty</title>
<subtitle>Bring your Files, we are having a Party!</subtitle>
<track>self organized sessions</track>
<type>discussion</type>
<language>en</language>
<abstract/>
<description>Bring your Files, we are having a Party!</description>
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<links/>
</event>
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<event guid="ee27082b-8d58-4dcf-8d05-b28ff3b32e47" id="1363">
<url>https://events.ccc.de/camp/2019/wiki/Session:Poly*-/RA-Meetup</url>
<logo/>
<date>2019-08-21T19:00:00+02:00</date>
<start>19:00</start>
<duration>2:00</duration>
<room>Village:ZSH - Zelt Stadt Hessen</room>
<slug>camp2019-1363-session_poly_ra_meetup</slug>
<title>Poly*-/RA-Meetup</title>
<subtitle/>
<track>self organized sessions</track>
<type>meeting</type>
<language>de</language>
<abstract/>
<description>Let's hang around, talk about concepts of interpersonal relationships</description>
<persons>
<person href="https://events.ccc.de/camp/2019/wiki/User:Binbash" id="0">Binbash</person>
<person href="https://events.ccc.de/camp/2019/wiki/User:Poly" id="0">Poly</person>
</persons>
<links/>
</event>
</room>
<room name="Village:Sft / pwnda village™">
<event guid="e04abc78-9ce0-438b-be18-262991300d62" id="1335">
<url>https://events.ccc.de/camp/2019/wiki/Session:Stargazing_with_a_telescope</url>
<logo/>
<date>2019-08-21T21:00:00+02:00</date>
<start>21:00</start>
<duration>2:00</duration>
<room>Village:Sft / pwnda village™</room>
<slug>camp2019-1335-session_stargazing_with_a_telescope</slug>
<title>Stargazing with a telescope</title>
<subtitle>looking up</subtitle>
<track>self organized sessions</track>
<type>outside</type>
<language>en</language>
<abstract/>
<description>Wir beobachten Planeten und Sterne mit einem Teleskop. We are gazing at stars</description>
<persons/>
<links/>
</event>
</room>
<room name="Village:RoboVillage">
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<url>https://events.ccc.de/camp/2019/wiki/Session:SumoRobot_programming</url>
<logo/>
<date>2019-08-21T17:00:00+02:00</date>
<start>17:00</start>
<duration>1:30</duration>
<room>Village:RoboVillage</room>
<slug>camp2019-1238-session_sumorobot_programming</slug>
<title>SumoRobot programming</title>
<subtitle>Day 1 evening</subtitle>
<track>self organized sessions</track>
<type>hands-on</type>
<language>de</language>
<abstract/>
<description>DECT 7866 - You will be able to write your awesome algorithm and get a blast on the SumoRobot match.</description>
<persons>
<person href="https://events.ccc.de/camp/2019/wiki/User:Silbo" id="0">Silbo</person>
<person href="https://events.ccc.de/camp/2019/wiki/User:Ivanna" id="0">Ivanna</person>
<person href="https://events.ccc.de/camp/2019/wiki/User:Superwallah" id="0">Superwallah</person>
</persons>
<links>
<link>https://www.robokoding.com/kits/sumorobot</link>
</links>
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<event guid="95c46d31-b366-4ab3-87af-d123f57931d5" id="1133">
<url>https://events.ccc.de/camp/2019/wiki/Session:SumoRobot_programming</url>
<logo/>
<date>2019-08-21T12:30:00+02:00</date>
<start>12:30</start>
<duration>1:30</duration>
<room>Village:RoboVillage</room>
<slug>camp2019-1133-session_sumorobot_programming</slug>
<title>SumoRobot programming</title>
<subtitle>Day 1 afternoon</subtitle>
<track>self organized sessions</track>
<type>hands-on</type>
<language>de</language>
<abstract/>
<description>DECT 7866 - You will be able to write your awesome algorithm and get a blast on the SumoRobot match.</description>
<persons>
<person href="https://events.ccc.de/camp/2019/wiki/User:Silbo" id="0">Silbo</person>
<person href="https://events.ccc.de/camp/2019/wiki/User:Ivanna" id="0">Ivanna</person>
<person href="https://events.ccc.de/camp/2019/wiki/User:Superwallah" id="0">Superwallah</person>
</persons>
<links>
<link>https://www.robokoding.com/kits/sumorobot</link>
</links>
</event>
<event guid="d9d1bb33-18ab-4327-b399-d875d9be83ae" id="1241">
<url>https://events.ccc.de/camp/2019/wiki/Session:SumoRobot_soldering</url>
<logo/>
<date>2019-08-21T19:00:00+02:00</date>
<start>19:00</start>
<duration>2:00</duration>
<room>Village:RoboVillage</room>
<slug>camp2019-1241-session_sumorobot_soldering</slug>
<title>SumoRobot soldering</title>
<subtitle>Day 1 evening</subtitle>
<track>self organized sessions</track>
<type>hands-on</type>
<language>de</language>
<abstract/>
<description>DECT 7866 - Come solder your own SumoRobot and have a blast later at the SumoRobot match.</description>
<persons>
<person href="https://events.ccc.de/camp/2019/wiki/User:Silbo" id="0">Silbo</person>
<person href="https://events.ccc.de/camp/2019/wiki/User:Ivanna" id="0">Ivanna</person>
</persons>
<links>
<link>https://www.robokoding.com/kits/sumorobot</link>
</links>
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<event guid="52fca402-211b-41df-953f-daede2a0a68b" id="1135">
<url>https://events.ccc.de/camp/2019/wiki/Session:SumoRobot_soldering</url>
<logo/>
<date>2019-08-21T14:30:00+02:00</date>
<start>14:30</start>
<duration>2:00</duration>
<room>Village:RoboVillage</room>
<slug>camp2019-1135-session_sumorobot_soldering</slug>
<title>SumoRobot soldering</title>
<subtitle>Day 1 afternoon</subtitle>
<track>self organized sessions</track>
<type>hands-on</type>
<language>de</language>
<abstract/>
<description>DECT 7866 - Come solder your own SumoRobot and have a blast later at the SumoRobot match.</description>
<persons>
<person href="https://events.ccc.de/camp/2019/wiki/User:Silbo" id="0">Silbo</person>
<person href="https://events.ccc.de/camp/2019/wiki/User:Ivanna" id="0">Ivanna</person>
</persons>
<links>
<link>https://www.robokoding.com/kits/sumorobot</link>
</links>
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<event guid="36b973e6-6203-4506-9317-4959d04ce0d0" id="10400">
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<room>Curie</room>
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<abstract>Computer können Kunst erzeugen. Museen können Kunst ausstellten. Wie kann das zusammen kommen? Und welche Rolle spielen Community- und OpenSource-Gedanken darin? Der Vortrag ist die Geschichte eines Ausstellungs- und Bildungskonzeptes, welches auch von Hackern entworfen wurde.</abstract>
<description>Die Ausstellung 'Open Codes' wurde zusammen mit Karlsruher Communities, unter anderem dem Entropia, FabLab und Freifunk entworfen und erweitert. Es geht um einen Blick hinter die Kulissen einer Gesellschaft, die immer weiter in das Digitale wandert.
Kostenloser Eintritt, Freifunk-WLAN, Tische, Sofas, Tischtennisplatte, kostenlose Getränke und Snacks, Hackathons, die Gulaschprogrammiernacht, PyCon, Wikimedia usw. lassen einen fast vergessen, dass man in einem Museum steht. Programmieren und hacken im Museum, wie geht das?
Die Ausstellung ist weit mehr als eine kuratierte Sammlung von Medienkunstwerken, die sich mit dem Thema Code befasst. Es werden auch Themen wie OpenSource und die Hackercommunity greifbar gemacht. Die Werke sind Eckpunkte für Diskussionen, die bereits in Hacker-, Mackerspaces und digitalen Communities passiert.
Der Vortrag verfolgt den gesamten Weg der letzten drei Jahre: von der ersten Konzeptskizze und Tschunkparties mit Kuratorinnen und Hackern über die Ausstellungseröffnung mit Feldtelefon, Hackcenter und Häppchen, &quot;Bitte nicht hacken, das ist Kunst&quot;-Schildern bis zu einer Lovestory - Still a Better Love Story than Twilight - zwischen zwei Welten, die anders nicht sein könnten. Da dürfen Indien und China auch nicht fehlen...</description>
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<link href="https://zkm.de/de/ausstellung/2017/10/open-codes">Projekwebseite</link>
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<date>2019-08-22T13:00:00+02:00</date>
<start>13:00</start>
<duration>00:45</duration>
<room>Curie</room>
<slug>Camp2019-10368-beyond_the_pile_of_knobs</slug>
<title>Beyond the Pile of Knobs</title>
<subtitle>Redesigning NoScript’s UX</subtitle>
<track>Security</track>
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<abstract>This case study of NoScript’s UX redesign showcases tried and true design principles that make security tools usable to a wider range of audiences.
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<description>Open source security tools are often associated with customizability and transparency: users are given many options (configurations, self-hosting), and system states are more often than not visible to users (detailed connection info, logs). Sometimes, that means bulky user interfaces and technical language, making an otherwise useful and recommended tool less usable for non-technical audiences. This presents a distinct design challenge: is it possible to build tools that are more usable without compromising on customizability and transparency?
In this talk, we will present some UX design principles based on our work with NoScript, a browser extension that allows users to fine-tune their script blocking in Firefox and Chrome/Chromium. We will focus on 1) understanding the value you add for your users, 2) choosing sensible default options, and 3) updating interface language for a wider audience.
In the course of that, we will also present our process of human-centered design for improving security tools. (Outlined here: https://simplysecure.org/what-we-do/usable-security-audit/ )
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<persons>
<person id="8541">Eileen Wagner</person>
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<event guid="0c8f7472-290c-4bdf-bff0-4a7ce16c4f84" id="10181">
<url>https://fahrplan.events.ccc.de/camp/2019/Fahrplan/events/10181.html</url>
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<date>2019-08-22T14:00:00+02:00</date>
<start>14:00</start>
<duration>00:45</duration>
<room>Curie</room>
<slug>Camp2019-10181-automated_security_testing_for_software_developers_who_dont_know_security</slug>
<title>Automated security testing for Software Developers who dont know security!</title>
<subtitle>secure your apps and servers through continuous integration</subtitle>
<track>Security</track>
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<language>en</language>
<abstract>i'll show how the average developer (like me) can secure their software and systems by automatically checking for known vulnerabilities and security issues as part of their CI-Toolchain.
The Talk will introduce basic security knowhow, then show how you can use Open Source Frameworks to check for vulnerable dependencies, containers and (web-)APIs in a live demo</abstract>
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<person id="6479">cy</person>
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<event guid="d219432f-68ed-4162-8e7a-1d53a3e3e17c" id="10378">
<url>https://fahrplan.events.ccc.de/camp/2019/Fahrplan/events/10378.html</url>
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<date>2019-08-22T16:00:00+02:00</date>
<start>16:00</start>
<duration>00:45</duration>
<room>Curie</room>
<slug>Camp2019-10378-fully_open_fully_sovereign_mobile_devices</slug>
<title>Fully Open, Fully Sovereign mobile devices</title>
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<track>Hardware &amp; Making</track>
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<language>en</language>
<abstract>Removing the barriers to making network independent mobile communications.</abstract>
<description>In this talk I will discuss our thinking and progress towards making personal mobile communications devices, i.e., things that you use like a smart-phone, but that are fully under the control of the owner. While this has been done before, we have been focusing on how to make this much easier to do, so that individuals or small teams can create their own custom devices, with whatever features, inclusions and physical form they like, without huge time or cost requirements. This makes it possible to solve security and privacy problems, and also problems like creating custom devices for people living with disability, so that they can have a device that works for them and with their abilities and needs.
I will discuss our work-in-progress in this area, the MEGAphone, which is not only a mobile phone, but also includes UHF packet radio and a modular expansion scheme, that can allow allow the incorporation of satellite and other communications. It is also backwards compatible with the Commodore 64, so can already play loads of privacy-preserving games, and has its own open-source slide presentation software that we hope to use to deliver the talk.
Private UHF and VHF radio communications is a complex space, in terms of regulation, which we have some experience in due to the Serval Project, which has informed our design of the MEGAphone. I will thus discuss issues such as using &quot;license free&quot; bands around the world, as well as options for using either licensed spectrum or existing legacy public spectrum allocations, such as Citizen Band (CB) radio. As the MEGAphone platform is FPGA based, it is quite possible to implement software defined radio solutions to allow flexible and low-cost access to such spectrum.</description>
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<persons>
<person id="8890">Paul Gardner-Stephen</person>
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<event guid="e988c76b-3a47-46de-a2c7-77c49a5e731b" id="10238">
<url>https://fahrplan.events.ccc.de/camp/2019/Fahrplan/events/10238.html</url>
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<date>2019-08-22T17:00:00+02:00</date>
<start>17:00</start>
<duration>00:45</duration>
<room>Curie</room>
<slug>Camp2019-10238-a_mobile_phone_that_respects_your_freedom</slug>
<title>A mobile phone that respects your freedom</title>
<subtitle>Experiences and lessons learned from 2 years of development and still ongoing</subtitle>
<track>Hardware &amp; Making</track>
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<language>en</language>
<abstract>Motivation and challenges building a mobile phone that respects your freedom, privacy and digital rights - and is hackable. This talk will present a summary of a two year journey, which is still ongoing.</abstract>
<description>Today mobile phones are _the_ computing device of the decade, maybe even of this century. Almost everyone carries one, every day to every place. They are pretty much always connected and we entrust almost our entire digital life to them - any form of communication (voice, text, video), all kinds of entertainment (reading, web surfing, video/movies), personal information (address books, social media), location (navigation, location sharing) etc. Pretty much our entire digital life is mirrored by these devices and to a growing extent happening right on them.
What is often not fully recognized is that this huge ecosystem of mobile hard- and software is controlled by only a very few globe spanning companies. Our digital life is to a large part controlled by these companies and currently there is little way around them.
This talk will present the experiences we had and have in this industry creating a mobile phone that is running 100% free software, respects the user's digital rights and gives back full control over data and communication to the user - by separating radios from the main CPU, by providing hardware kill switches and by using only free software for the full stack. We will also talk about the huge challenges encountered, from CPU choice to radio choice up through the software stack. It will also share our approaches to solve these challenges and share experience in working with hardware manufacturing companies (globally), from electronics design to product manufacturing.</description>
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<persons>
<person id="9031">Nicole Faerber</person>
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<link href="https://puri.sm/products/librem-5/">Purism Librem 5 product page</link>
<link href="https://developer.puri.sm/Librem5/">Librem5 developer information</link>
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<event guid="8e743367-04a1-4232-ab03-a54fc210e548" id="10357">
<url>https://fahrplan.events.ccc.de/camp/2019/Fahrplan/events/10357.html</url>
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<date>2019-08-22T18:00:00+02:00</date>
<start>18:00</start>
<duration>00:45</duration>
<room>Curie</room>
<slug>Camp2019-10357-fangespielen_mit_imsi-catchern</slug>
<title>Fangespielen mit IMSI-Catchern</title>
<subtitle>Warum IMSI Catcher schlecht &quot;Verstecken&quot; spielen</subtitle>
<track>Hardware &amp; Making</track>
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<language>de</language>
<abstract>Mobiltelefone hinterlassen aufgrund ihrer Funkaktivität in der Umgebung vielfältige Spuren, die von entsprechendem passiven Equipment aufgespürt und verarbeitet werden kann. Doch um tiefer in die Kommunikation zu schauen, braucht es aktive Netzwerkomponenten – sogenannte IMSI-Catcher oder Stingrays, die den Kontakt zu ihren Zielen direkt suchen und Informationen austauschen.
Doch wenn sich solche hinterhältigen Basisstationen auf die Lauer legen, müssen sie sich zu Erkennen geben – und können erkannt werden. Der Vortrag erörtert technische Hintergründe, verräterische Anzeichen eines Angriffs und was Netzwerkbetreiber und Nutzer dagegen tun können.
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