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Description A bunch of living beings all coming from the beautiful shores of the Leman lake (Geneva lake, in Switzerland). Fixme hackerspace (Lausanne), Post Tenebras Lab hackerspace (Geneva), Opendigitalradio community (open digital radio tools for DAB+ transmission and reception)
Members Francois, Fzn, Hb9egm, Ivy, Kat, Marv, Mc odr, Mic ptl, Polto, PoltoS, Ra5h, Rorist, Sasha
Projects DAB+ Digital Radio, Z-Uno
Self-organized Sessions Making Z-Wave devices with Z-Uno
Tags hackerspace, beer, pocsag, sdr, ham, amateur radio, digital radio, radio, dab, club-mate, fixme, ham radio, switzerland, z-wave, quadcopter, soldering, ice
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Location for self-organized sessions No
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Location 146, 129
Orga contact
Citizens 12
Needs network 2) normal wired Villages describe network needs
Needs power 2) Village with up to 30 citizens (16A CEE 400V)
Power comment
Village plans ... bring light installations, ... have any other unusual installations, ... run a kitchen for our citizens
Village constraints We do not make party ourselves but like to be placed near the party villages., We do not make party but will make some noise., We like to be placed on a central location where many people are crossing, We would like to have trees on our village area, We like to show the stuff we do
Village comments plans radios transmitters
Likes to rent a tent No
Descibing tents to rent
Likes to rent chairs 0
Likes to rent tables 0
Provides transport for
Has plans with tracks
Size needed
Has order interest No
Planning notes We may bring a geodesic dome of 6m in diameter (count a square 36m2 on ground, even if it is less because round)



 - 1 tente de 36 m²
 - 3 tables
 - 12 chaises

pour un total de

In [2]: 982 + 3*25 + 12 * 2.5 Out[2]: 1087.0


5 Schuko plugs for entire village. More info on Static:Power page. According to Wikipedia, Schuko plugs support either 10A or 16A. Power is provided by generators, so there should be around 30 minutes downtime a day for refueling.


Wifi throughout the event with both 2.4ghz and 5ghz access points. There is a "Datenklos", or a so called data toilet, right next to Lemanicus, with a gigabit switch. You can use it:

Lay cables in a tidy manner. You may not cross any roads, paths or borders. Always lay your cable from the Datenklo towards your tent to keep any slack close to your tent. Leave 5m of slack cable at the Datenklo. You can simply leave the end of your cable at the Datenklo, it will be connected by helpers at regular intervals (during reasonable work hours). If you want your cable back, make a proper spool of it and leave that at the Datenklo or mark it accordingly. It will be disconnected for you to pick up. Cables will not be provided. A length of 50 meters is recommended.