Chaostreff Dortmund

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Description The “Chaostreff Dortmund” is a hackerspace run by friendly people from Dortmund and the cities around.
Members Badboy, Fiurin, Seppo, Tidirium, Tunix
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Self-organized Sessions create self-organized session
Subassembly of Chaos West
Tags hackerspace, electronics, social engineering
Registered on 19 October 2014 22:43:56
Location for self-organized sessions maybe
Self-organized session notes Subject to change:
  • workshop: learn to solder (also for kids)
  • talk about building LED matrices (beginner level)

This still needs to be reconciled with other groups of Chaos West, stay tuned.

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Brings * 2 Borg16 devices (LED matrices, about 55cm*55cm*9cm in size)
  • tools for working on electronic stuff (solder irons, third hands etc.)
  • we still need to decide on other things, also we still need to coordinate this with others from Chaos West
Seats needed 15
Extra seats 5
Assembly specification 3. We need something special or in between those options: Please specify in the field planning notes.
Planning notes As we are a sub assembly, our requirements are in accordance to those of Chaos West.


The “Chaostreff Dortmund” is a hackerspace run by friendly people from Dortmund and the cities around. We are located north of the city centre of Dortmund, a rather large town at the east of the “Ruhrgebiet” in Germany.

In regular and not-so-regular meetings we discuss the best way to gather World Domination, but most of the time we are talking about technology, science and society, and building related projects like microcontroller-powered things, geeky software and all kinds of other funny or useful things that come to our minds.

We are always excited to meet new people who are just like us – or maybe very different, which does not matter – so please feel free to join us, for a talk, a cold Club Mate (!) or just to say “Hi!”. You also might visit #ctdo on hackint to check if a talk or workshop really takes place (please just ask in the channel if the channel topic doesn’t help).

Can’t join us on location? No problem: most of us hang out in IRC #ctdo on hackint, and we also have an old-fashioned mailinglist. Oh, and you can read about our great projects and some of the planning fails on our wiki.