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[GNUnet-developers] HUSH hackathon in UK

From: Christian Grothoff
Subject: [GNUnet-developers] HUSH hackathon in UK
Date: Mon, 27 Apr 2015 20:40:40 +0200
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GNUnet-devs are invited to the HUSH hackathon.  Limited travel grants
might be available, so _especially_ if you're hacking on GUIs (tg,
lynx?), this might be interesting / great opportunity (details below).

Happy hacking!


 HUSH! Usability and Security Hackathon
 18-19 June 2015
 Cardiff University, UK

The DCSS Project (Digital Citizenship and Surveillance Society) is
hosting a two-day hackathon for usable and secure software in
conjunction with the Surveillance and Citizenship Conference.

The conference and hackathon will take place at Cardiff University on
18-19 June.

The goals of the hackathon are:

* To build relationships between designers, developers and users of
security tools

* To share ideas, experiences and skills for creating usable and secure

* To understand the communication needs of activists, journalists and
civil society groups

* To sit in a dark room hacking away at our laptops while the sun is
shining outside

REGISTRATION IS FREE if you give a lightning talk about your work.

The hackathon will take place in Cardiff, the capital of Wales. Cardiff
has an international airport and is easily reachable from Bristol
Airport and London Heathrow. Cardiff is two hours from London by train.

For information about the hackathon, please contact Michael Rogers:

For information about the conference, please contact Jonathan Cable:

Conference organizing committee:
Dr Arne Hintz (Cardiff University), Prof Karin Wahl-Jorgensen (Cardiff
University), Dr Lina Dencik (Cardiff University), Prof Ian Brown (Oxford
University), Dr Michael Rogers (Briar Project, Technical University of
Delft), Dr Jonathan Cable (Cardiff University)

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