Hackeriet

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Website www.hackeriet.no
Contact Christoph Pilka, c.pilka@asconix.com, +4793961896
Description We are an autonomous hackerspace in Oslo.

Over the years we communally built our space and network, both physically and socially, and we're lucky enough to be economically independent and free to decide over our facilities and plans according to our members desires and initiative. We hack playfully and spontaneously, sharing ideas, knowledge and tools: we find inspiration and cooperation through human interaction, and experience tells us that either it happens this way, by tuning in and having fun, or probably it won't happen, after all.

What we do: free software, system administration, programming, information security, arduino hacking, electronics, professional audio, ham radio, lock picking, performance art, DIY, and crafting. Our community is very curious and is also interested / engaged in wearables, mechanics, fabrication, automatisation, creative recycling, socioeconomix, telecomix, heavy metal works, language wars, cipherpunk, cryptoparties, permaculture, social engineering, high and low voltage, robotics and data love.

Members Capitol, Ctp, Fnords, Karltk, Lassekarstensen, Ln2v, Tazjin
Projects create project
There Is No Game Tinglogo.png
Self-organized Sessions Boat instruments hacking
Subassemblies
  • Hackeriet
Subassembly of Assembly:Hackeriet
Tags hardware, security, ctf
Registered on 16 November 2016 12:41:44
Location for self-organized sessions yes
Self-organized session notes SDR & radio, GSM, DevOp, Varnish, IT security
Other assemblies by tags...
Location
Note: The location on the map does not represent a reservation of a location and might not represent the actual place, where a assembly can be found. The place can be changed within the form of the assembly by anyone. It will be updated by the assembly itself on day 0 or day 1 as soon as the actual location is known.
Orga contact c.pilka@asconix.com
Brings SDR & radio, GSM
Projects SDR & radio, GSM
Uses money no money handling
Plays TING yes
Plays TING skills {{{Plays ting skills}}}
Character of assembly place to show and meet
Seats needed 22
Extra seats 5
Assembly specification loud place ok, want sit public, want bright light
Planning notes
past congress review Unfortunately a way too small place was assighned to us. We have been 25ish people but just got one round table with ca. 10 seats. In our experience N-5 seats would be perfect. 5 People are always off site, but the rest gathers together. At least in our case. This year we are coming with 30 people.

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We are an autonomous hackerspace in Oslo.

Over the years we communally built our space and network, both physically and socially, and we're lucky enough to be economically independent and free to decide over our facilities and plans according to our members desires and initiative. We hack playfully and spontaneously, sharing ideas, knowledge and tools: we find inspiration and cooperation through human interaction, and experience tells us that either it happens this way, by tuning in and having fun, or probably it won't happen, after all.

What we do: free software, system administration, programming, information security, arduino hacking, electronics, professional audio, ham radio, lock picking, performance art, DIY, and crafting. Our community is very curious and is also interested / engaged in wearables, mechanics, fabrication, automatisation, creative recycling, socioeconomix, telecomix, heavy metal works, language wars, cipherpunk, cryptoparties, permaculture, social engineering, high and low voltage, robotics and data love.