If this is your first hackercamp the term 'Village' might be confusing but it is fairly simple: a village is just a spot on the campsite where you and a bunch of your friends/likeminded people camp together. Apart from peoples individual tents which they sleep in, many villages bring a large common tent where you can hack and hang out during the day. It is also possible to rent a tent, chairs and tables in the shop!
The camp with the doorbell-pig! Baconsvin is a group of happy people from Denmark doing a lot of open source, and are always happy to talk about infosec, hacking, BSD, and much more. A lot of the organizers of BornHack live in Baconsvin village. Come by and squeeze the pig …
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We have classic arcade machines with free play, consoles and retro computers. It is for pure relaxation and enjoyment. We will also look at different radio equipment and what we can do with it, for example. Hackrf, a cheap dvb-t usb receiver and other HAM radio equipment. In addition, we …
We are a Copenhagen based hackerspace with a wide range of activities. Software, network, electronics and various types of crafts and digital manufacturing.
We are coordinating our participation at the Labitat wiki. If you would like to join, please add yourself on the wiki page or get in …
We do networks and will try to gather networkers, network equipment and such close to the Bornhack NOC, so we can talk about networks.
There will probably be a projector and a small program of network related presentations, so come by and show of your network projects.
Keywords: Ethernet, Layer2, …
We are PROSA, the association of IT-professionals in Denmark.
We'll have a tent of 6x6m with a floor and some chairs and tables for you to sit and hack at.
We are also going to bring our collection of board games for everyone to enjoy :)
If you are interested …
Pwnies is an open "hackerspace" student association from the Computer Science department at the University of Copenhagen.
This village is representing TheCamp.dk, an annual danish tech camp held in July. The official subjects for this event is open source software, network and security. In reality we are interested in anything from computers to illumination soap bubbles and irish coffee. Find us in "family area" if …
After c3 and SHA, let's flausch the island! We're exactly what it says on the tin, loosely organized by some german folks. We're open to all who identify as queer, feminist or geeks, women and nonbinary folks are especially welcome. Of course, any allies may also join us. Come camp …
The village with the famous music table under the sun tarp near the nature area.
Pronounced just as the Swedish word with zero letters, produced by inhaling through your teeth.
this is v01d village.