OggCamp is an unconference, and it only happens because of its attendees. Alongside our scheduled track, we’ll have 3 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.

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Talk
Workshop
Social
Event Related

Friday, 18th October 2013

Sessions
17:00

Evening Social at Leaf

Saturday, 19th October 2013

Sessions
10:30

Welcome Speech

Organisers

11:00

PRISM and Mass Surveillance: a turning point

Javier Ruiz

11:30

CCHits.net - Promoting Creative Commons Music

Jon Spriggs

Minecraft to Real World Interface Using Python and the Raspberry Pi

Barney Potts, Dave Potts

12:00

Barney Brown - Inside the Intercontinental Music Lab

Barney Brown

Why do we need another YouTube?

Dan Dart

Forking Hardware!

Nathan Dumont

making a snail tale

Dave Hingley

12:30

UEFI: WTF?

Dan Dart

iot, transparency, data, bbc and privacy

Ian Forrester

Ask me about FirefoxOS

James Hugman

14:00

How I rob banks and why YOU should be scared

FreakyClown

15:00

LIGHTNING TALKS

Mark Johnson, Alan Pope, Ian Forrester, Nathan Dumont, Martyn Ranyard

The Dick Turpin Roadshow with Freaky Clown and Peter

FreakyClown, Peter Cannon, Matthew Copperwaite

15:30

Security is dead, long live the hacker !

Stuart Coulson

Interactive Intro to Programming Minecraft with Python

Barney Potts, Dave Potts

16:00

Live Podcast

Alan Pope, Tony Whitmore, Dan Lynch, Les Pounder, Mark Johnson, Laura Cowen

18:30

Evening Social at The Raquet Club

Sunday, 20th October 2013

Sessions
11:00

Developing Automotive Linux

Alison Chaiken

11:30

SQRL - A new authentication system

Jon Spriggs

Kidnapping talk

Nour Alomary

12:00

Gary Smailes - Open Publishing

Gary Smailes

Linux Gaming: Oolite - A Fun Way to Get Involved in FOSS

Paul Cooper

Tricopters and quads: a primer

Alex Willmer

When the border guards offered me drugs: terrifying tales from travels to Kyrgyzstan!

Tim Dobson

12:30

How to do an Oggcamp

Mark Johnson

Bringing the light of open source into the darkness of academia

Tobias Kliem

14:00

Panel Discussion with your host, Mr Dan Lynch

Dan Lynch, Alison Chaiken, Gary Smailes, Tim Dobson

Ubuntu for Phones vs Firefox OS Top Trumps

Alan Pope, James Hugman

Full Circle Podcast Recording

Oliver Clark

Werewolf! (game not talk)

Martyn Ranyard

14:30

Git Basics

Lorna Mitchell, Jon Spriggs, Mark Johnson

15:00

RaffleCast

SYSTEM

17:00

Evening Social at Leaf