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Workshops on 29C3

A Workshop has not to be something with hands-on and making – sure it could! It could also be...

  • a gathering of a project group or on a special topic,
  • a contest or a game
  • something outside of the building
  • a small talk
  • a follow-up-discussion on one ob the "big talks" or another topic that happened rencently
  • something else you think that needs to take place at the congress!

Actually a "workshop" is just something, that happens at a special time and place, but doesn't take place in one of the big halls.

Calendar

The following calendar shows all registered activities like workshops, talks at assemblies or within the speakers corner, hand-ons, and stuff like that.

If you are searching a more categorized calendar, you might head to the "Workshop Rooms Calendar" or the "Assembly Calendar".

Or you might choose a calendar of a single workshop room like
Hall 12
,
Hall 13
,
Hall 14
,
Speakers Corner
, or
TenForward
.


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Your workshop goes 29C3

On this page you can find a list of planned workshops by participants of the 29C3 and you'll find the necessary information to create your own one.

The idea is, that we will be able to provide a global workshop and talk calendar: Everyone beeing at the 29C3 is able to look at this calendar and will find out what talks or workshops are currently running besides the "big" talks in the three halls.

Registering own workshops or talks

To register your own workshop just use the workshop form.

For now, the crucial information are

  • Name of the workshop/talk (which will be used as the site name)
  • A short description of the workshop/talk
  • A valid email address that might be used by the orga team to contact you

It might even be great, if you give some information about the person and assembly performing the workshop/talk and a rough start- and end-time for the schedule, as well as a location. You can always update this information later.

For a detailed description, you can use the Free text field. This field allows the usual mediawiki syntax.

Location

You can also select a location for your workshop. At the moment valid locations are all assemblies that have selected maybe or yes in their local lectures field, as well as the four workshop rooms:

  • Hall 12 with 60 square meters,
  • Hall 13 with 78 square meters,
  • Hall 14 with 60 square meters,
  • and the Speakers Corner, that is an open space next to hall 1 and the main foyer (as it is open from one side, it would be the one with the most space).


Planning workshops within the workshop rooms works on a "fair use policy":

  • You can plan any timeslot that is still free (FCFS). Take a look into our Calendar or the timelines on the workshop location pages.
  • You may register workshops in one of the workshop rooms with a maximum duration of 3 hours. If you need more time, you might kindly want to ask one of the Assemblies that provide space for workshops, if you can perform your workshop there.
  • Give a valid contact on your workshop page. If no name given, we are not able to contact you in case of questions.

Registered talks and workshops

Already registered talks or workshops are listed here and a calendar can be seen here. You can use the existing workshops or talks as a reference, if you do not yet know, where to start.

The calendar is updated using the semantics feature of the workshop form and template. This may take some time, so be patient.

List of workshops

  Description Start time Duration Processed by assembly Person organizing
$natch Snatch challenge is real-time and “real-life” Internet Banking hacking contest. Specially for the competition, we developed our own remote banking system from scratch and imbedded common vulnerabilities discovered during of security assessment of such systems... 29 December 2012 15:00:00 120 Sscherbel
Ygoltsev
Antragsschach, Proposal Chess Game design workshop for a LARP, inspired by Nomic (1982) and the latest and greatest Bundesparteitag (2012) 28 December 2012 10:00:00 120 Sotp
Arduino *Programming* Intro (for other genders) There have been and will be various Arduino-Hardware-Workshops. This workshops aims at providing a brief hands-on basic introduction to *programming* them: 28 December 2012 13:00:00 120 Drblinken
Arduino For Total Newbies Workshop day2 Arduino workshop for newbies, using TV-B-Gone remote controls as an intro 28 December 2012 12:00:00 180 Hardware Hacking Area Maltman23
Arduino For Total Newbies Workshop day3 Arduino workshop for newbies, using TV-B-Gone remote controls as an intro 29 December 2012 12:00:00 180 Hardware Hacking Area Maltman23
Austrian Net Politics Meetup ***Für alle die sich für Netzpolitik in Österreich interessieren***

Wir treffen sich Am Samstag um 18:15 über die Geschehnisse in der österreichischen Netzpolitik upzudaten bzw. über die Aktivitäten und Ziele im nächsten Jahr zu sprechen.

Dabei sind:

  • Initiative für Netzfreiheit
  • AK Vorrat (Österreich)
  • OKFN
  • Piratenpartei Österreichs

Wir freuen uns auf zahlreiche Anteilnahme!

Update: Das Meetup findet um 18:15 neben dem Metalab Assembly statt!
29 December 2012 18:15:00 60 Initiative für Netzfreiheit Redplanet
Basic Electronic Fashion A hands-on workshop introducing the basic techniques and materials for use with electronic fashion, e-textile and wearable projects. 30 December 2012 12:00:00 240 PartFusion
Beginners Guide to Android Reverse Engineering This workshop is a beginners guide to the first steps of self-defense by dismanteling apps and gaining inside their functions. It is aimed at hackers with some general knownledge about programming (understanding Java is better) and the use of command line tools. 29 December 2012 11:00:00 120 Sam
Brewing probiotic beverages Introduction to brewing probiotic beverages using kombucha, granos tibicos (water kefir) and milk kefir whey. The workshop will be partly demonstration and partly hands on, sharing the cultures with participants. 28 December 2012 14:00:00 120 Food Hacking Base Algoldor
Brvrbt analog robots - you will build a Braitenberg vehicle (type 2) 80 Shekel
Brvrbt - analog robots analog robots - you will build a Braitenberg vehicle (type 2) 80 Shekel
Build your own Fingerbox Learn how to build your very own awesome Fingerbox! 29 December 2012 01:37:00 123
Build your own Light-Theremin with Moldover In this basic soldering workshop, Moldover (http://moldover.com) will take you through the steps to build your own Light-Theremin CD case (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T8UzSVFUIc0). Even if you've never soldered before, this workshop will give you the confidence in two hours. If you do have experience you'll learn how to solder better, and walk away with a fun and unique instrument, built into a copy of Moldover's CD.

No experience required No equipment required: soldering stations & Light Theremin kits provided This is an all ages, hands-on workshop Free to participate, $25 to take your Light Theremin home

Space is limited, please come early
28 December 2012 16:00:00 120 Hardware Hacking Area Moldover
Build your own Light-Theremin with Moldover 2 In this basic soldering workshop, Moldover (http://moldover.com) will take you through the steps to build your own Light-Theremin CD case (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T8UzSVFUIc0). Even if you've never soldered before, this workshop will give you the confidence in two hours. If you do have experience you'll learn how to solder better, and walk away with a fun and unique instrument, built into a copy of Moldover's CD.

No experience required No equipment required: soldering stations & Light Theremin kits provided This is an all ages, hands-on workshop Free to participate, $25 to take your Light Theremin home

Space is limited, please come early
29 December 2012 16:00:00 120 Hardware Hacking Area Moldover
Building Wikidata Wikidata will be presented in talks at 29c3. In the mass collaboration assembly we want to show you the project from a technical perspective, giving you an idea of what we have done so far, what we're planning to do and where you can help. 28 December 2012 17:00:00 45 Mass collaboration Jeroen De Dauw
CAcert Mini-ATE Mini Assurer Training Event for the CAcert community and co-audited assurances - all assurers encouraged to attend! 29 December 2012 13:00:00 90 CAcert Natureshadow
CAcert user support session CAcert support staff will definitely be available for all kinds of support requests (forgotten passwords, name changes, account removals, etc.) here! 28 December 2012 14:00:00 120 CAcert Natureshadow
CCC Regiotreffen Meeting of the CCC, only for interested CCC members 28 December 2012 16:00:00 180 Maha
Code Hero/Workshop TBD 27 December 2012 00:00:00 1,439 Milliways
Community run communication networks We will talk about the problems with commercially provided electronic communication (eg. GSM and internet), and how community run alternatives could get around these problems. This could include centralisation of control, survaillance, advertising, environmental impact, problems with mental health of users. Then a discussion of different solutions, and a demonstration of a mesh data network on the 430MHz amateur band. 30 December 2012 14:00:00 60 Ameba23
Compelling Presentations This workshop (talk with hands-on exercises) should help pesenters holding more interesting, compelling and entertaining talks. While talent certainly helps to be a good speaker, I will focus on the tools of the trade at this session 27 December 2012 18:00:00 150 Pirx
Computerspiele mit Scratch entwickeln Scratch ist eine interpretierte, dynamische und visuelle Programmiersprache, die auf Squeak basiert. Ihr Ziel ist es, Neueinsteiger − besonders Kinder und Jugendliche − mit den Grundkonzepten der Computerprogrammierung vertraut zu machen und ihnen unter dem Motto „imagine, program, share“, die kreative Erstellung eigener Spiele und Multimediaanwendungen zu ermöglichen. Auch das Teilen dieser Resultate im Internet ist möglich. (Wikipedia) 28 December 2012 10:00:00 120 Birdy1976
Cooperation Wikipedia-OpenStreetMap Wikipedia and OpenStreetMap cooperate since 2009.

What did we archive in this time? What are the ideas for cooperation in the future? The cooperation wasn't always easy. So what did we learn in this time? What are the difference between both projects in terms of organisation and community? What do both projects have in common?

Please notify us if you would like to participate in the discussion!
28 December 2012 16:00:00 60 Mass collaboration Tim Alder
Crowdsourcing Legislation After a very brief introduction to Open Government, in this talk, Anke Domscheit-Berg will present how citizens can use mass collaboration in bottom up approaches with the power of the internet to 1) monitor legal changes and act upon unwanted ones, 2) prevent laws they don't want to have, up to 3) creating laws exactly how they want them to be. She will highlight the need to transparency on law and law making processes and show tools which help create transparency where governments don't provide such. A deepdive will cover the innovative and most democratic process of crowdsourcing Icelands new constitution, involving social media tools such as twitter and facebook but also offline collaboration with an unprecedent number of people. Anke Domscheit-Berg will show in her talk how mass collaboration and more direct democracy in law making will improve core values of open government: transparency and participation, not just for the law making process but for all ways in which governments function.

Other cases covered include e.g. Transparency Law Hamburg, Law on Security and Order Sachsen Anhalt, ACTA/SOPA/PIPA,CISPA, Global Warming Act (CA).

about the speaker: Anke Domscheit-Berg is an open government consultant and transparency activist. She brought the open government barcamp series to Germany, co-founded the Government 2.0 Network Germany (www.gov20.de), helped organise/contributed to various apps challenges such as Random Hacks of Kindness, Apps for Germany, Apps for Berlin, EU Open Data Challenge and is a regular speaker and writer on topics around digital society. As an entrepreneur, she founded Opengov.me.
29 December 2012 18:00:00 60 Mass collaboration AnkeD
Cryptoparty 2 What is CryptoParty? Interested parties with computers, devices, and the desire to learn to use the most basic crypto programs and the fundamental concepts of their operation! CryptoParties are free to attend, public, and are commercially and politically non-aligned. 28 December 2012 20:00:00 180 Cryptoparty Zombb
Cryptoparty Best Practices Discussing experiences and sharing best practices on how to organize a cryptoparty. 27 December 2012 14:00:00 60 Cryptoparty Zombb
Cryptoparty Best Practices Follow Up Discussing experiences and sharing best practices on how to organize a cryptoparty. 27 December 2012 19:00:00 90 Cryptoparty Zombb
Cryptoparty Handbook Please join us to get involved with editing and translating the CryptoParty Handbook. 30 December 2012 14:00:00 180 Cryptoparty Samthetechie
Der männliche G-Punkt - Eine Übung Mythen praktisch Erkunden: Angesichts der Diskussion um die Unterschiede und Parallelen der sexuellen Erlebniswelt von Mann und Frau soll der Begriff des "G-Punkt" näher erkundet werden. Zudem werden Fakten aus der Soziologie und der sexualpädagogischen Praxis geliefert. Danach evtl. Ideologiekritik und praktische Erkundungen in Kleingruppen. 28 December 2012 19:00:00 60 Webby
Digital Cooking We will bring several EveryCook digital cooking machines. Using the EveryCook database we will create digital recipes and cook them in the machines. 28 December 2012 12:45:00 180 EveryCook Alexis Wiasmitinow
Do good by being evil - How to begin with your own real Star Wars costume A society hack.

Touch an approved Star Wars costume or even get dressed in it.

Hints how to start with your own costume.
29 December 2012 13:00:00 60 TD-23017
EU Data Protection Reform - Call for Arms The EU is reforming its data protection law, and industry lobbyists are heavily outnumbering our folks in Brussels. The workshop will build on the talk by Jan Philipp Albecht, Katarzyna Szymielewizc and Kirsten Fiedler on "The Grand EU Data Protection Reform", and will aim at developing a campaign strategy and battle plan to defend our privacy from corporate interests. Pad from the workshop: https://pad.foebud.org/datap29c3 29 December 2012 20:00:00 180 La Quadrature du Net EDRi data protection working group
Entwicklung eines freien Schul-Informations-Systems Diskussion über Ideen und Ähnliches 28 December 2012 12:00:00 60 Chaos macht Schule
CAcert
Natureshadow
Exploiting SCADA After hearing from Stuxnet in 2010 industrial systems came under higher scrutiny. In this workshop I will present my work on SCADA and hardware Stuxnet targeted, and offer the participants the opportunity to research the security aspects of this system together with me.

I recommend you see the talk "SCADA Strangelove" in Hall 6 at 23:00 on Day 1 as a preparation.

The hardware (PLC Siemens S7-1200) will be available at the Milliways after the talk for further hacking.
28 December 2012 18:00:00 60 Milliways Marmusha
FPGA 101 A crash course on FPGAs. Learn everything you need to know to get started with your project 27 December 2012 17:00:00 419 4rOs1s
FPGA 101 (again) This workshop will give you a rough overview on what can be done with an FPGA, how to program it in VHDL (and PSHDL) and how to do blinking lights in many variations ;) (This is the same workshop as on friday, but repeated as of popular demand) 29 December 2012 21:30:00 300 4rOs1s
Geeks and BDSM Discussion and Q&A about Geeks and BDSM - newbies welcome! 29 December 2012 15:00:00 90 The Compiler
Gentoo e.V. Mitgliederversammlung Reguläre (also nicht außerordentliche) Mitgliederversammlung des Fördervereins Gentoo e.V. https://www.gentoo-ev.org/ 29 December 2012 18:00:00 120 Gentoo Linux Sping
Geocaching Treasure hunting via GPS - We will search Geocaches near CCH! 29 December 2012 13:00:00 240 GPS Martl
Global Radiation Monitoring Follow Up Workshop to Sean Bonner´s Talk: SAFECAST - DIY and citizen-sensing of radiation 28 December 2012 22:45:00 180 CCC Freiburg Capo
GoDo Workshop GoDo is a kind of walking as a spiritual healing rediscovered by Dr. med Hans-Peter Greb. Peter wrote books and is doing workshops all over the world showing this type of walking and will perform a lecture and training there. Language: English/German

GODO wurde 1979 von Dr. med Hans-Peter Greb kreiert, um global die Erinnerung an die biologische Tatsache, dass wir Menschen genetisch angelegte Vorfussgänger sind, zu wecken und global verständlich kommunizierbar zu machen.

Mit dem dogmatisch bis heute in jeder medizinischen Einrichtung und bei jeder häuslichen Erziehung gepredigten Befehl: "Rolle anständig ab!" oder "Geh anständig!" wurden und werden wir zu dem Gang-ver-halten verführt, welches als Hackengang oder Fersenauftrittsgang ein Marschieren ist. Das macht uns nicht nur physisch krank, sondern auch zu einer sadomasochistisch geistesgestörten, trotzgesteuerten militanten "Rasse".
28 December 2012 15:00:00 60 HoloVersum HoloClaus + Dr. Hans-Peter Greb
Hackerspaces exchange All hackerspaces deal with similar challenges, and it would be beneficial for all of us to exchange experiences and learn from each other. I would like to meet people from different hackerspaces, create new connections, and even help creation of new hackerspaces! 27 December 2012 17:00:00 60 Becha
Hackerspaces exchange, part 2 Follow-up of the Hackerspaces eXchange workshop from Day 1. https://events.ccc.de/congress/2012/wiki/Hackerspaces_exchange 29 December 2012 14:00:00 60 Becha
Hacking and Contribution Party We are hacking on fun stuff around Wikidata, Collaborative Mapping of Surveillance Technologies, Open Technology for Transparency Initiative and maybe other projects! 28 December 2012 18:00:00 120 Mass collaboration Lydia Pintscher
Hacking and Contribution Party 2 We are hacking on fun stuff around Wikidata, Collaborative Mapping of Surveillance Technologies, Open Technology for Transparency Initiative and maybe other projects! 29 December 2012 18:00:00 120 Mass collaboration Lydia Pintscher
Hacking investigative journalism What do hackers and investigative journalists have in common? What can they do together? 28 December 2012 11:30:00 90 Danohuiginn
Hacking investigative journalism 2 Duplicate of https://events.ccc.de/congress/2012/wiki/Hacking_investigative_journalism What do hackers and investigative journalists have in common? What can they do together? 28 December 2012 11:30:00 90
Hacks/Hackers @ 29C3 Hacks/Hackers is a grassroots journalism organization connecting journalists ("hacks") and technologists ("hackers").

We want to get together and discuss interesting projects around the future of news.

Come if you're new to this and would like to know more, if you have projects to show. We're an open group and this is totally informal.

This event is also in the break between talks, so those who want to miss any of those can still come!
29 December 2012 19:30:00 60 Fin
Haecksen Breakfast Very spontaneous breakfast for female hackers. Meet, exchange, create a network.

Please bring some food. We will bring dishes and buns and will try to provide coffee.

Looking forward to meeting you!
30 December 2012 11:00:00 120 Duckie
Harbor photowalk We will embark on a small photo-walk to the harbor, possibly bringing along our large format camera, the MHC. 29 December 2012 11:30:00 120 Metalab Michaelem
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