OggCamp is more than just a bunch of talks. Although the talks are, of course, awesome. It’s a whole weekend of fun.

Talks

OggCamp is an unconference, and it only happens because of its attendees. Alongside our scheduled track, we’ll have 2 tracks which will be decided on the day. This means we need you to come along and offer a talk about your project, hobby, experiences, or opinions. Anything related to Free Culture is welcome, including Free and Open Source Software, Creative Commons works, hardware hacking, or any collaborative activity.  Please check out the Talk Guidelines page ahead of the event for guidance about tone, content, and set-up.

Of course, speaking isn’t compulsory. If you only want to come along to enjoy the talks, exhibition and parties, you’re just as welcome!

We will have a system in place to manage the talks on the day. Slots will be 30 minutes long, and you can have a maximum of 2 slots (i.e. 1 hour) for your talk. If you need any help submitting your talk, our crew will be on hand to help. There will also be some sessions of shorter “lightning” talks.

Schedule & Speakers

OggCamp’s door are open from 10am-5pm Saturday and 10am-4pm on Sunday, with the welcome talk at 10:30 on Saturday and the first speaker at 11am each day.  You will be able to submit talks to CampFireManager from 10am each day.  There will also be social events in the evenings, details to follow.

As an unconference, the OggCamp schedule is subject to change.  We also have a scheduled track for talks and other activities which currently include:

  • Andrew Katz – Open Hardware Licensing
  • Stuart Langridge – Building Riddling and other cross-platform mobile apps
  • Damon Hart-Davis – OpenTRV efficient home heating automation
  • Emma Jane Westby – The Evolution of Social Coding
  • Lighting Talks
  • The OggCamp raffle
  • Live Show – The podcasters’ panel
  • …more to follow!

Exhibition & Open Hardware Jam

Each year OggCamp’s exhibition features stalls from our sponsors and community groups.  The Open Hardware Jam features a variety of hardware projects including 3D printing, Arduinos, Raspberry Pis and much more!

This year’s exhibition and open hardware jam will feature stands from:

Sound awesome? What are you waiting for? Go and get your tickets.

Keep an eye on this page and our twitter feed for any updates and changes.