Workshop Room

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We offer a table for about 23 people and a video projector in the room A05 to all people who want to do a workshop. After we publish the conference programme for the 23C3 you can reserve some time for your workshop to be held at the Workshop Room here.

If you need webspace for the publishing of content and documentation go to the hosting section, please.

Please state:

  • start and end time of your talk
  • the exact title of your talk
  • your name (make a link to your user page with contact information as we might have to get back to you)
  • a short description (use full sentences, no keywords)

Your workshop should not be longer than two hours to allow for other workshops to take place as well. Please be there on time and leave on time.

Contents

Day 1 – December 27

Start Time End Time Workshop Title Moderator Description
xx:xx xx:xx The Example Workshop J. Random Hacker This is just a example entry to give you an idea how to write down your workshop here. Please be as explicit as possible and leave this example intact. Make sure the moderator's name is linked and the linked page provides contact information.
09:00 10:00
10:15 11:15
11:30 12:30 Wifi Backpack Strap Workshop fbz (please note the time change) This will be a hands-on hardware hacking workshop with all materials to build your own Wifi Backpack Strap. More details can be read here. The version built during this workshop will be removable with velcro, not built into the strap. Please contact me at "mail" at "fabienne" dot "us" to sign up for the workshop and note whether you would like me to reserve a kit for you or if you will be bringing your own wifi detector. There will be a fee around thirty-five euros for parts. This workshop is from 11:30 - 13:45.
12:45 13:45 Wifi Backpack Strap Workshop
14:00 15:30 AVIT>C23: Vidvox VDMX5 David Lublin Rewritten from scratch as a Universal Binary, Vidvox's latest endeavor VDMX5 combines revolutionary interface design with blazing fast performance. Using a GPU based processing pipeline, VDMX can now apply stunning visual FX to any number of layers of video, all at high definition. During his presentation, David will show off some of the new features that Vidvox has been developing for this major new release, including movie warp markers, multi-channel audio analysis, complete Quartz Composer support, and a fully customizable user interface to meet the specific needs of each user. David will demo the latest version of the software in a workshop length to be determined by the festival organizers.
15:30 17:00 Dylan Introduction Hannes Mehnert What is different in Dylan than in other object-oriented and functional languages? Which development utilities are available? How to use the IDE?
17:15 18:15 Machine Learning in a Nutshell Isabel Drost Machine Learning - a hands on workshop. The intention is to give a brief overview of how to learn from data, which tools to use and which pitfalls to avoid. The goal is not to give a detailed introduction to the theoretical background but to show general application settings. The first half consists of a brief overview of typical machine learning problems, during the second half participants are asked to address a learning problem themselves. Participants are to bring their own laptop to take part in the second half of the workshop.

A machine learning toolkit of your choice needs to be installed. For beginners I recommend using Yale in combination with the Word Vector Tool for text classification. To get started you also need your favourite data to train your machine learning algorithm on. There are several suitable datasets online already, e.g.: the UCI machine learning datasets, the 20 Newsgroups dataset or the Spamassassin Corpus.

18:15 19:15 Machine Learning in a Nutshell
19:30 20:30 Infon Battle Arena Florian Wesch I will introduce the programming game Infon Battle Arena.
20:30 21:30 Infon Battle Arena
21:45 23:45 SnortAttack.org - the IPS CHALLENGE SnortAttack Team Snortattack workshop-challenge : are you ready to hack ?

There will be a device with outdated software (simple LAMP) full of security issue, bugs and so on. This device will be protected with another one that implement only snort_inline. After a small briefing we will let anyone try to hack the server with any tool he or she desires, even self-coded exploit... anything... Prepere yourself, warm up your laptop ... We will be there to give hint and discuss about implementation, configuration, optimization of snort and snort_inline. FEEL FREE TO COME!!!

00:00 01:00 diac24.net/: VPN fiddling equinox This is a hands-on VPN "introduction". We'll be walking through tunnel and routing setup, talk about some odds and ends, do some showing-off ;). And hopefully we'll bootstrap some interested people right into the VPN (that can mean you!). Try bringing a terminal to a box with internet, OpenVPN and quagga, but it'll be interesting without that too.
01:15 02:15
02:30 03:30

Day 2 – December 28

This day most of the workshops are organized and given by the Haecksen. If you want to contact The slots between 10am and 21.30pm are reserved for them. Feel free to add your workshop at any other time. If you have any questions regarding the workshops on the Haecksen day, feel free to contact Cyworg. Thanks!

Start Time End Time Workshop Title Moderator Description
xx:xx xx:xx The Example Workshop J. Random Hacker This is just a example entry to give you an idea how to write down your workshop here. Please be as explicit as possible and leave this example intact. Make sure the moderator's name is linked and the linked page provides contact information.
09:00 10:00
10:00 11:30 Haecksentag

Haecksen-Plenums-Fruehstueck

Cyworg netzwerkeln, projekte planen - WOMEN ONLY ALLE SICH WEIBLICH FÜHLENDEN MENSCHEN SIND HERZLICH EINGELADEN
11:30 12:30 Haecksentag

Victoria Polzer: Web Application Security - Find the Flaw, or Someone Else Will

Victoria Polzer Extensive information on web application security mistakes (and how to avoid them) has been available for quite a while. Yet many web applications still come with flaws that are often easy to find and exploit. The currently hyped AJAX will probably increase the number of buggy applications, since it invites programmers to entrust critical tasks like input validation and access control to the browser - thereby making it easy for malicious users to bypass these checks.

Description

12:45 13:45 Haecksentag

Beate Paland: acts_as_cool: Ruby on Rails

Beate Paland Das Webframework Ruby on Rails steckt - vom Alter und Bekanntheitsgrad her gesehen - noch etwas in den Kinderschuhen. Trotzdem werden bereits jetzt umfangreiche Webprojekte damit realisiert; www.qype.com ist sicher ein gutes Beispiel. Der Vortrag soll potentiellen Umsteigern von PHP oder Java zeigen, wie man mit wenig(er) Code und Zeit wartbare Webanwendungen erstellt - auch ohne bisherige Ruby-Kenntnisse.

Beschreibung hier

14:00 15:00 Haecksentag

Valerie Hoh: Why OpenSource Needs Professional Marketing

Valerie Hoh Description
15:00 16:00 General Break
16:00 18:15 Haecksentag

Qualität heißt selber machen. Was kann Medienaktivismus im Netz?

Ragni-Serina Zlotos: Die eigene Sicht der Dinge - oder konkreter Ereignisse - an ein Massenpublikum bringen: Dieses Ansinnen wird durch die Entwicklung von Blogosphäre und „citizen journalism“ plötzlich für viel mehr Menschen möglich. Was jedoch nutzt die publizierte Information? Was bedeutet Qualität im selbstgemachten Web, welche der aus dem professionellen Journalismus kommenden Kriterien können angewendet werden, und wo werden sie überflüssig und müssen durch neue ersetzt werden?

Ausführliche Beschreibung hier entlang WOMEN ONLY

18:30 19:30 Haecksentag

Forensische Linguistik

Daniela Berger In the wake of crime science shows like CSI and high profile criminal cases like the JonBenet Ramsey murder, the field of forensic linguistics has come to the attention of the general public. Today many laypersons know the term "linguistic fingerprint" and they have certain expectations about what it implies.

But these expectations are largely unfounded. ...

more details this way

19:30 21:30 Haecksentag

Bauen einer WLAN-Antenne

Fredi Workshop

Kleine Einführung in die HF Wellenausbreitung, die Funktionsweise von Antennen, und die rechtlichen Begrenzungen. Dann Bau einer Biquad-Antennen für 2.4GHz also z.B für WLAN.

Evtl. Netzwerkkarte mit Anschlußmöglichkeit für exteren Antennen mittbringen, ich werde RP-SMA Stecker mitbringen, wenn eine einen anderen Anschluß braucht, bitte selbst mitbringen. Gut um selbst nen Anschluß zu legen sind Netzwerkkarten mit ner angelöteten Antenne (keine PCMCIA, da ist die Antenne meist aus der Platine geätzt und alles viel zu klein). Desweiteren wird eine CD-Spindel, bei der der Halter in der Mitte mindestens 18mm lang is, benötigt. Und eine CD. Beschreibung WOMEN ONLY

21:45 23:45 How to extend Network Night Vision with protocols; discussing design of frame-parser Hannes Mehnert A general description of Network Night Vision (a network protocol analyzer and modifier) is given; afterwards the domain specific language used for describing protocols will be explained. Also, an example protocol will be implemented to get an idea how to design a protocol specification.
00:00 01:00 PirateV6 Chaotika concept development round for an ipv6 anonymisation network. See piratev6.net.
01:15 02:15
02:30 03:30

Day 3 – December 29

Start Time End Time Workshop Title Moderator Description
xx:xx xx:xx The Example Workshop J. Random Hacker This is just a example entry to give you an idea how to write down your workshop here. Please be as explicit as possible and leave this example intact. Make sure the moderator's name is linked and the linked page provides contact information.
09:00 10:00
10:15 11:15
11:30 12:30 AVIT>C23: Pixelshaders & Gamegraphics demystified MXWendler MXwendler is a new REALTIME COMPOSITING SUITE. It is the base for Mediaservers and VJ-Software. This software uses the new OpenGL PIXELSHADER technology for high speed, crisp visuals and fast compositing. MXWendler is being developed by Hendrik Wendler from Weimar, Germany.
12:45 13:45 Secure VOIP using GSM phones, Asterisk and IPsec/openvpn Leigh Honeywell & Paul Wouters Workshop about how to configure all the parts to get the GreenPhone/XDA/Motorola phones working with VPN software and SIP to an Asterisk on VPN. This workshop goes deeply into software/tech bits that cannot be delved into during the presentation on 28.12.2006. The presentation focusses more on VOIP security issues in general and our overal design of the secure phone infrastructure.. This workshop takes place a day after that presentation. Bring your phones and/or laptops and connect to our secure PBX!
14:00 15:00 Secure VOIP using GSM phones, Asterisk and IPsec/openvpn
15:00 16:00 Opensearch Koen Martens Workshop about opensearch, the peer-to-peer, decentralized search engine. More info soon!
16:00 17:00 Opensearch
17:00 18:30 Lojban workshop Alexander Koch A short introduction into lojban, the logical language, for beginners who want to learn the language. For more information about lojban see: Lojban - A Hackers' Spoken Language and WP: Lojban (de)/WP: Lojban (en).
18:30 19:30 Erfakreis-Meeting User:fh CCC-Erfakreistreffen
19:30 20:30 Erfakreis-Meeting
20:30 21:30 A not so smart card - getting the card issuer's secret key Chaostreff Zurich (and others) Everyone is invited; Swiss may be a special interest group - as it affects them directly. So, if you want to turn up on the Swiss Gettogether (at 21:45) anyway, show up a little bit earlier. Consider it a warm-up!
21:45 22:45 Swiss Gettogether Chaostreffs CH Bericht ist im Chaostreff.ch Wiki zu finden. Die Mailingliste findet sich hier.
23:00 24:00 Nintendo hacking teatime User:Tob Open chit-chat about the DS, the Wii and everything
00:00 01:00 Hacking XMPP and Jabber User:Jens Ohlig, User:fh Doing wonderful stuff in angle brackets. Brainstorming about things to do with Jabber/XMPP beyond chatting. Relaxing and hacking.
01:15 02:15
02:30 03:30

Day 4 – December 30

Start Time End Time Workshop Title Moderator Description
xx:xx xx:xx The Example Workshop J. Random Hacker This is just a example entry to give you an idea how to write down your workshop here. Please be as explicit as possible and leave this example intact. Make sure the moderator's name is linked and the linked page provides contact information.
09:00 10:00
10:15 11:00
11:00 12:00 One Laptop per Child: project proposals SJ Klein What tools do children need to learn to understand and hack their own environment? Specific proposals of collections of beauty, stories, visualizations, tools, games and more.
12:00 13:30 AVIT>C23: Gephex - VJing on Linux sMIG Gephex is a modular video jockey software. The base visuals can be chosen from sources like video files or cameras. Then they can be modified by filters and mixers. Each modifier has several parameters, that can be controlled by signal-generators, input devices like joysticks, sound cards, or midi-devices. Gephex runs on GNU/Linux, Win32, Mac OS X, and FreeBSD. The effect engine is independent from the user interface, which can be de- and attached at runtime. All effects and media streams are extendible by plugins. Gephex is written in C++.
13:30 14:00 General Break
14:00 15:00 German Lojban meeting Alexander Koch A chance to meet other European lojbanists and to discuss actions to build up a stronger German lojban community. For more information about lojban see: Lojban - A Hackers' Spoken Language and WP: Lojban (de)/WP: Lojban (en).
15:00 16:00 Update: Keysigning Party
16:00 17:30 AVIT>C23: 3L ('thrill') VJ Software artificialeyes.tv artificialeyes.tv have been working for over one year on a new software for commercial release, coded in c, java, and utilizing the max/msp/jittter programming environment to create a universal binary release taking advantage of the latest intel processor power advances recently integrated into the apple platform. 3L stands for 3 levels of 3D creation and compositing, with granular control over all aspects of analysis and manipulation of mesh objects mapped with video in real time. The software attempts to bridge the divide between tools such as processing and vvvv with more user friendly live performance toolboxes such as modul8 and grid pro. With it's revolutionary slider design, which allows not only micro-granular control over all data streams but allows the linking of sliders and parameters in a manner similar to audio programs such as ableton live or cubase, 3L puts all controls at the performer's fingertips with a minimum of effort. Standard features include a full featured preset system allowing interpolation between any two presets of multiple parameters. Mesh objects and 3D models can be mapped with any selection of four individual movie players, text and gradient synthesizers, as well as live inputs. A feature rich shader set takes all graphic processing off of the CPU and puts it on the GPU where it belongs for blazing fast fx performance. Scheduled for commercial release in January 2007, this will be the first public presentation of this unique new real-time 3d performance tool for VJ's and generative visual artists.
17:45 18:15
18:30 19:30
19:30 20:30 Closing Ceremony