- Bridging Bubbles (April 2022)
- Homelounge Party 21 (Mai 2021)
- Reboot to Respawn (April 2021)
- Push to Talk (September 2020)
- Homelounge (Mai 2020)
- Hidden Service (April 2020)
Digital Verteiltes Online-Chaos
Go to streaming.media.ccc.de and start the livestream.
The translation is part of the stream. Please check your client to switch to the audio channel of the translation.
The lectures that are streamed on streaming.media.ccc.de are usually recorded. Self-organised sessions are not recorded.
All talks will be recorded and will appear piece by piece on media.ccc.de. Give us a few days to edit the recordings properly, correct the sound, etc.
Impatient? Until then, you can watch a direct recording of the stream at DiVOC Re-Live (link follows).
Look for the workshop in the List of Self-organised Sessions. The organiser has put links and information on how to participate there.
All DiVOC events are free of charge, because we're using existing infrastructure or the different teams and local hackspaces. The events are driven by the community and are organized decentrally. Everyone is welcome to join and participate!
You don't have to worry, that „the organizers“ will have to pay things out of their own pockets, because there are hardly any expenses specifically associated with this event. Therefore, we have nothing to do financially with the merch store, for example.
There will be some merchandise with the DiVOC design again. A small shop in Hamburg was so kind to do the printing for us again, so the items can be ordered from their Breenbuedel shop. 100% of the proceeds will go to the store owner.
Alternatively, you may certainly use the artwork (once it's uploaded here on the wiki) for your own creations.
The basic textiles are organic and fair by Stanley Stella, as known from Congress or the last DiVOCs.
The PoC has once again set up their excellent phone system via SIP.
You can chat with other event participants in the IRC channel #divoc on the Hackint network. You can join directly from your browser by clicking this link and choosing a username for yourself (a password is not needed).
If you want to hear and/or see each other, you can use one of the conference services that we also recommend for workshops and self-organized sessions. There is no „official“ room, but you can jump-start one via IRC (from the previous paragraph).
Thank you for offering to help! Please create an account (if you haven't already) and start editing!
You can immediately create and edit pages in the user namespace — useful for exchanging information with other participants, for example.
If you have any suggestions for the main parts of the wiki, please let us know via our usual communication channels (see the next question); depending on the subject we can add your improvements or equip your account with the necessary permissions.
A novel and unprecedented event like this will probably raise a bunch of unexpected questions.
During the event, the infodesk is happy to help you!