The Hub

The hub is meant as the central place for getting information about content at Congress: It aggregates the events from all the stages, art & music events as well as self-organized sessions into a “Fahrplan” (schedule) which is then also used by the mobile apps.

Additionally, assemblies can show their projects and you, as a visitor, can share knowledge with the wiki and/or put your stuff up for grabs, look for ride-sharing options and find like-minded people to start projects with.

If you're searching for assemblies that match your interests, try out the search bar – nearly 200 assemblies are waiting to be discovered by you.

Of course, you can search for all other information managed by the hub as well and collect virtual badges offered by the assemblies (you might remember that feature from rC3).

The whole project is still in development, and we’d like to hear about your ideas on what should be included! We have several ideas planned but are a bit short-staffed – if you like to help, the source is available.

Use cases

What do you want to do?

  • I want to share a small bit of information (e.g. sell my ticket, find someone to travel with, look for specific hardware) We have dediced pages like or – or you look at the bulletin board:

  • I want to write a longer description of my project The hub now offers you self-organized content including projects. You can use this Guide to learn how to create them.
    To see already created projects visit:

  • I want to set up a self-organized session You don’t have an assembly yourself? Don’t panic! Follow this Guide to create you own event!

  • I want to register an assembly Assembly registration had been available in the hub's backoffice, but has closed.

  • I want to join an assembly as a member Right now, only your assembly organizers can add you as a member in the backoffice – we plan to change that in the future, see

  • Our assembly wants to offer a lecture hall/workshop room/stage Choose the option "Rooms" in the backoffice. Click on the button with the plus symbol and set up a new room (lecture hall, stage, workshop room) with a name of your choice. Events can now be assigned to your room.

  • Our assembly wants to offer workshops Open your assembly in the backoffice and choose the option "Events" from the sidebar menu. Give your workshop a title and add some more information like language, abstract and a description for visitors.

  • Our assembly wants to show projects Open your assembly in the backoffice and choose the option "Projects" from the sidebar menu. Give your project a name and add some more information like a description or additional links.

  • I want to contact an assembly Choose the assembly from the list. The assembly’s info page will show you its main contacts.

  • Where can I get help? Most common questions have been answered on our static info pages (

  • Will there be badges? Yes. Want to offer a “I visited foo assembly.” badge which can then be claimed by photographing the QR code? Feel free to do just that.