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Official contact
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Short description.
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The following fields will be used for categorizing and placing your Assembly. Please make sure that you fill the fields with valid information, as we can only place your Assembly at the right location, if we know your needs.
Character of Assembly
Select what kind of Assembly you are: Are you either a group that just wants a place to gather and hack in the hackcenter or do you want to show your projects and get in contact with other people?
Things we bring
Please put everything special here that you bring which makes your Assembly interesting. Especially mention things that need extra space and / or special ligistic foo.
Projects we work on on-site or present
List any projects you will work on or present on-site.
Member seats needed.
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Extra seats needed.
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Area needed.
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Do you need Fibre (more than 1GBit)?
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Do you need more than 3.5kW power?
Fill only if you need more than the usual 3.5kW power. Please describe for what you need it.
Place near a passage?
If you want to display stuff, you propably want to have your space close to a passage, if you want your assembly less crowded, a space away from the passages may be th right choice.
Money Handling
If you plan to take any money from participants in exchange for goods or services, you require explicit permission to do so. If you respond "no", you are not entitled to engage in any monetary exchange. If you respond "yes", you will receive a follow-up email. Please clarify this point before December 1st.
Planned sessions
Please give us some notes on planned sessions. A short list with some information like the type of the session and so on.
Arrival and build up
Please let us know when you plan to arrive and build up. Especially if you bring big installations or similar stuff which needs time to build up.

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