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Chaos Communication Camp 2015: Save the date!

Tuesday, February 10th, 2015

Deutsche Version: siehe unten

Not just because of tradition, but because we can: There will be a Camp in 2015 again!

After more than three thousand guests at the last Camp in 2011, we expect many outdoor enthusiasts, who like to hack during the day and marvel at the light displays at night and will celebrate the ultimate party in the middle of the festival season with us. Let’s just bring all the great experiences from the Congress out on the lawn and do all the experiments too dangerous for the halls of the CCH!

After an exhaustive search we found the perfect green field site for hackers of all kinds to build a camp with the most distinguished wood illuminators and musicians: the Ziegeleipark Mildenberg (brickyard Mildenberg), located idyllically between waterways, but still easily accessible. Don’t forget your swimming trunks and bikinis, because there is a bathing area right at the site: a truly beautiful swimming lake, just a few minutes walk away and well suited to fight the noble nerd paleness. But if you do not like swimming lakes: We will have the popular shower containers again! :}

Of course, we will put together an exciting talk program, which will be presented in two large tents, accommodating 800 and 1,200 people respectively. Moreover there is a park train system with three different track gauges, winding it’s way through the industrial scenery. There will also be a steam engine and a whole museum on machinery and tools used for brick-making.

Assemble in vacation travel groups! If you are free this summer, August 13th through 17th, we would like to invite you to come to the Chaos Communication Camp in Mildenberg. Where a hundred years ago the bricks were burnt for Berlin, we will set up our Camp. Bring your projects, ideas, space rockets and tents, of course. In return we will provide you with a DIY market near by, three brick bbq places and several bars to care for an appropriate environment to fraternize with others.

Tickets for all four days of the Chaos Communication Camp 2015 will be offered in a presale or are available at the site. The presale will be available in June the earliest. Right now the final price is uncertain, because the calculations are not finished yet. We aim to keep the price for the four day ticket below €200. Of course, there will be discounted tickets for children and disabled people enjoy free admission. The Call for Participation for the camp program will be published on this webpage soon.

Save the date for a summer vacation with like-minded people, including working hand rail trollies and locomotives! Until then you might want to indulge yourself in some memories of the Camps in 2011 and 2007.

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Nicht nur der Tradition wegen, sondern weil wir es können: Es wird 2015 wieder ein Camp geben!

Nach über dreitausend Gästen beim letzten Camp im Jahr 2011 erwarten wir viele Outdoor-Begeisterte, die tagsüber hacken, sich nachts von der Außenbeleuchtung verzücken lassen und zusammen die ultimative Party mitten in der Festival-Saison feiern. Laßt uns einfach all die tollen Erfahrungen vom Congress raus auf die Wiese tragen und all die Experimente durchführen, die mitten im CCH zu gefährlich sind!

Nach aufwendiger Recherche haben wir den optimalen Ort im Grünen für Hacker, Häcksen und Ähnliche ausfindig gemacht, um mit den erlesensten Waldbeleuchtern und -beschallern ein Camp aufzubauen: der Ziegeleipark Mildenberg, idyllisch gelegen und von Wasser umgeben, aber dennoch gut erreichbar. Badehosen und Bikinis nicht vergessen, denn es gibt eine Badestelle auf dem Gelände: ein wirklich schöner Badesee, nur wenige Minuten zu Fuß entfernt und sehr geeignet zur Bekämpfung der noblen Nerd-Blässe. Und wer Badeseen nicht mag: Wir haben auch wieder die beliebten Duschcontainer! :}

Natürlich werden wir ein spannendes Programm zusammenstellen, das in zwei großen Zelten mit 800 bzw. 1200 Plätzen zu sehen sein wird. Das Gelände hat zudem eine Parkeisenbahn mit drei Spurweiten, die sich durch die Industriearchitektur schlängelt. Zu bewundern ist außerdem eine Dampfmaschine und ein Museum mit Maschinen und Werkzeug zur Ziegelherstellung.

Also: Bildet Urlaubsreisegemeinschaften! Wenn Ihr diesen Sommer vom 13. bis 17. August noch keine Pläne habt, dann möchten wir Euch einladen, zum Chaos Communication Camp 2015 nach Mildenberg zu kommen. Wo vor hundert Jahren die Ziegel für Berlin gebrannt wurden, schlagen wir unsere Zelte auf. Bringt Eure Projekte, Ideen, Weltraumraketen und natürlich die Zelte mit. Dafür bieten wir dann einen Baumarkt in der Nähe, drei gemauerte Grillplätze und mehrere Bars, um für eine angemessene Fraternisierungsumgebung zu sorgen.

Die Tickets für alle vier Tage des Chaos Communication Camps 2015 werden im Vorverkauf angeboten oder sind direkt vor Ort zu kaufen. Frühestens im Juni können wir den Vorverkauf starten. Der genaue Preis steht momentan nicht fest, da die Kalkulation noch nicht abgeschlossen ist. Wir wollen aber beim Preis für das Ticket für alle vier Tage unter 200 € bleiben. Natürlich werden wieder verbilligte Tickets für Kinder angeboten, Menschen mit Behinderungen haben freien Eintritt. Der Call for Participation für das Camp-Programm wird demnächst an dieser Stelle zu finden sein.

Save the date für den Sommerurlaub unter Gleichgesinnten, inklusive funktionierender Draisinen und Lokomotiven! Bis dahin könnt Ihr vielleicht etwas in den Erinnerungen von 2011 und 2007 schwelgen.

Campguide released

Tuesday, August 2nd, 2011

For your orientation and answering the most frequent questions, we created a nice Campguide.

Camp Map

Included in the Campguide is a map with all the facilities and the larger villages. In the center are the two lecture shelters “Kourou” and “Baikonur” and the “Hackcenter” north of it. In front of the Hackcenter shelter is the “motodrone” located, the area where you can fly your quadcopters or similar objects. Behind the Hackcenter next to the small forest you can find the “Trockendock”, an area with music, lights and bars. South and east of the lecture shelters is the main camping area with a lot of villages. In the West you can find the Workshop shelter “Mojave”, some snack bars and the C.E.R.T. (Chaos Emergency Response Team) for first aid. It’s also the area where it is more silent and best suited for families.

We chose names for the roads, so that you can easily describe your location. West-to-East roads carry names from space scientist, North-to-South roads are named after famous space travelers and in contradiction the diagonal roads carry names from fictional space travelers.

Villages which are not located on the map can choose a free place by their own.

Camp Tickets Downloadable Now

Tuesday, August 2nd, 2011

Finally we’re done with generating all ticket PDFs! :)

If you’ve ordered a Camp ticket in the online sales system and also payed it, you can download your ticket from https://presale.events.ccc.de now.

For those of you, who registered an email address we’ll additionally send the PDFs by mail.

Please print out your tickets and bring them to the Camp! You need them in order to get your wrist bands.

More Ticket Options

Tuesday, August 2nd, 2011

We added two more ticket options for the Chaos Communication Camp 2011:

  • Day Tickets for 45€
  • Night Tickets for 20€ (valid from 21:00h)

With those tickets you can visit the Camp, all lectures, workshops and the parties in the evening but you have to leave the campsite before sunrise.

Children under the age of 12 (born after August 10, 1999) get in for free. If you want to take a trip to the Camp and don’t want to leave your family at home, bring them all.

See all ticket options on the Tickets website.

Incredible Camp Trailer

Thursday, July 21st, 2011

Ladies and gentlemen – We proudly present… The Project Flow Control trailer.

You can download this fine piece of 3D animation art from ftp://ftp.ccc.de/events/camp2011/trailer/camp2011_trailer.m4v or enjoy watching it right here, right now.

Thanks to Marten and e-punc – you rock!

Ticket Shop Closes Soon

Monday, July 18th, 2011

The online shop for Camp tickets will close at 2011/07/20, two days from now.

If you didn’t buy a ticket yet, you should better go to our online shop now and buy one.

Since we don’t know, how many tickets we’ll still have left after online sales, we can’t promise there will be ticket sales at the door. Probably there will be, but if you want to be sure, better buy your tickets now!

Camp Schedule Published

Monday, July 18th, 2011

Almost a week ago we published the Camp Fahrplan (schedule). Follow this link for more information.

Camp 2011: Rent a Tent – Last Orders

Wednesday, June 8th, 2011

You’d like to rent a big tent, chairs, and tables for the Camp and did not tell us yet? Then you need to hurry up. We accept orders from you only until June 9th, and that’s tomorrow. For more details see the Rent a Tent page in the wiki.

Camp 2011: Ticket Shop Opened

Friday, May 20th, 2011

We’re selling tickets for the Camp now. For more information, please read the Tickets page in our wiki.

Although the advance sale will be available until July 20th 2011, please order your tickets early. That helps us, because it tells us something about the number of participants and thus enables us to scale infrastructure to your needs.

May 7th: Camp 2011 – Field Day

Sunday, April 10th, 2011

We invite everybody to join us for a public visit to the location of the Chaos Communication Camp 2011 at Luftfahrtmuseum Finowfurt [1]. Everybody who wants to do a project, put up a really big tent, build a village or do anything special in one way or the other should come.

The visit takes places at Saturday, May 7th, 2011 at 14:00h CEST. We will spend around two to three hours at the site depending on interest. Be careful to be on time as we won’t explain things twice.

If you plan to come, please drop your name in the wiki [2]. There you will also find driving instructions, aerial photographs and maps of the area and some of our ideas how to organize the campsite.

[1] 52.832076,13.676713

[2] http://events.ccc.de/camp/2011/wiki/