F.U.C.K.

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Website http://heartofcode.org/
Description
Members
Projects create project
Self-organized Sessions create self-organized session
Subassembly of Assembly:Komona
Registered on
Provides stage no
Location for self-organized sessions no
Orga contact {{{Has orga contact}}}URIs of the form "{{{Has orga contact}}}" are not allowed.
Brings
Projects
Uses money {{{Uses money}}}"{{{Uses money}}}" is not in the list (yes we handle money, no money handling) of allowed values for the "Uses money" property.
Need fibre {{{Need fibre}}}"{{{Need fibre}}}" is not in the list (no, yes would be great, yes its essential) of allowed values for the "Need fibre" property.
Extra Power {{{Extra power}}}
Near passage {{{Near passage}}}"{{{Near passage}}}" is not in the list (whatever, yes its essential, would be great, definitively not) of allowed values for the "Near passage" property.
Character of assembly {{{Has assembly type}}}"{{{Has assembly type}}}" is not in the list (just a gathering space, place to show and meet) of allowed values for the "Has assembly type" property.
Seats needed 0
Extra seats 0
Aread needed 0
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F.U.C.K. (Frauen* und Computer Kram) is a network of groups of female, trans, inter & nonbinary people from several cities in Germany and Austria interested in IT. Starting with the "Heart of Code", a Berlin based feminist hackspace founded in 2015, there are now about 10 local groups f.u.c.k.-ing up patriarchy in everyday life and the IT sphere. The F.U.C.K. - groups have been initiated, crafted and maintained by feminist technologists, hacktivists, researchers or simply people interested in learning programming, soldering or encryption. Experimenting with technologies of many sorts, these collectives provide physical spaces and human resources to share knowledge, empower underrepresented groups in hacking and give impulses to rethink technologies. F.U.C.K. - groups stand for a more divers hacking community and IT scene. The F.U.C.K dome will try to be a safe space that welcomes supportive people of all genders. Also we have a ramen noodle bar!