Session:Hackbases or Barbarianism

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Description Hackbases are several different types of hackerspaces where people can also live at. The 6th yearly self-org session will be a common presentation of the existing and planned bases, tools to organize new ones, etc. Come if you're interested in different ways of living and doing work.
Website(s) https://pad.land/hackbases
Type Meeting
Kids session No
Keyword(s) social, political, software
Tags hackbases, coliving, anticapitalism, postcapitalism, architecture
Person organizing Dcht00
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Starts at 2019/12/30 12:00
Ends at 2019/12/30 13:00
Duration 60 minutes
Location Room:Lecture room M3


Location: M3 (see on c3nav map)

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Hackbases are hackerspaces/hacklabs, that people also live in.

If you have regular paid work, there is a worrying probability it advances the political flux surrounding you - neoliberal capitalism. The current variety of places to work in - at universities, at NGOs, at "ethical startups", or even big corporations, as well as playful free-time participation within the current hackerspaces, could be insufficient to bring radical change, so needed by the many.

Hackbases are experiments in alternative lifestyles, that for example could help you to focus on working to hack the planet.

Find existing info:

   * https://wiki.hackerspaces.org/Hackbase
   * join #hackbases on Freenode ! (IRC client, or in the browser maybe with riot.im)
   * start your own hackbase, see pad.land/hackbases ;)
   * more info: pad.land/hackbases
   * projects: https://next.totalism.org, https://ecohackerfarm.org, [...]


SOME INTERESTS:

   Self-sustainability, off-grid, autarky / resilience and temporary architecture research & alternative construction // Free software and free hardware development // Free Industry // Open data, workflow and organisational technology, Tektology //Digital nomadism // Critical theory // Sound studio, bands, Intermedia Art // Growing food // Renewable energy technologies // Nootropics // A nomad hacker lifestyle in a network of hacklabs // "Coliving" and "Coworking" // Hacker camp // Financial and temporal freedom // Autonomy

(via https://totalism.org)