It’s just under a month until OggCamp 13. There has been a massive demand for tickets, with over 300 gone already. But there are still a few left if you fancy joining us. Tickets are free (or you can donate if you want).
Things are really ramping up now, with e-mails flying around between the organisers like nobody’s business. We’ve announced the speakers for the scheduled track:
- Open Rights Group will be presenting about Internet filtering and censorship
- Barney Brown – Inside the Intercontinental Music Lab
- FreakyClown will be speaking about cyber security
- Gary Smailes – Open Publishing
- Lightning Talks
- Live Podcast
Of course, being an unconference the rest of the talks are provided by you! So get your thinking hats on and come along with something amuse, educate or inform. If you would like an exhibition stand at the event, get in touch.
This is all made possible by our sponsors, and we’ve got a great collection of them this year:
LJMU Open Labs – Platinum Sponsor
Open Labs is a catalyst for research and innovation – developing partnerships between Liverpool John Moores University’s research community and the region’s technology companies. Once again Open Labs are providing OggCamp with an amazing venue!
Ubuntu (supported by Canonical) – Gold Sponsor
Fast, secure and stylishly simple, the Ubuntu operating system is used by 20 million people worldwide every day. This year’s OggCamp is supported by donations from the Ubuntu community!
Bytemark Hosting – Gold Sponsor
Bytemark are a technically-focussed managed hosting provider with their our own data centre in York. Bytemark have supported OggCamp since the beginning, and this year maintain their unbroken record of support!
The OggCamp Community – Gold Sponsor
The amazing response to this year’s pay-what-you-want tickets has raised enough money for the OggCamp attendees to qualify as a Gold Sponsor!
Transitiv Technologies – Silver Sponsor
Transitiv Technologies specialise in providing solutions for heterogenous network monitoring utilising state of the art Open Source applications such as op5 Monitor, Nagios, Icinga, OpenNMS, Merlin and Ninja. Transitiv are once again funding a special prize for the raffle!
There are still more details to announce, like the great venue we’ve got lined up for the Saturday evening party. Keep an eye on the event page for more information. See you there!Pin It