OpenBSD Journal

Two conference Announcements, meetBSD and CCC

Contributed by grey on from the more conference announcements dept.

Michal writes:

Thanks to the support of Tomasz Dudzisz and the Proidea Foundation, a conference concerning the BSD families of operating systems is going to take place in Cracow (Poland). Presentations will be guided by the best professionals. More details can be found on the homepage of the conference at Everyone is cordially invited to attend the meetBSD conference on 27.11.2004 in Cracow!

Meanwhile, Kathe XIII writes to announce:

21st Chaos Communication Congress
December 27th to 29th, 2004
Berliner Congress Center, Berlin, Germany

The European Hacker Conference

The 21st Chaos Communication Congress (21C3) is a three-day conference on technology, society and utopia. The Congress offers lectures and workshops on a multitude of topics including (but not limited to) information technology, IT-security, internet, cryptography and generally a critical-creative attitude towards technology and the discussion about the effects of technological advances on society.

The Chaos Communication Congress is the annual congress of the Chaos Computer Club e.V. (CCC). The Congress has established itself as the "European Hacker Conference" bringing in people from all over Europe and even further away.

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  1. By Wim ( on


    Just to give you some idea what the event looks like from a different perspective, yes yes there are plenty of interesting talks (examples from last year), but most of us come to hang out at our BSD embassy where the hardware is plenty, sleep is unexistant and bottles are empty.

    If you don't fancy a cold Xmas in Berlin, make sure you keep some time free next summer as we'll be running the BSD village again at What The Hack 2005(website is not up yet, few details available). If you don't know what this open air camping event is all about, have a look at the pictures from last years events in Twente and Berlin.

    I'm looking forward to see all the usual suspects but also meet a lot of new blood

    1. By Anonymous Coward ( on

      I hope someone can record video/voice of some of this. I would (for once) love to see such a thing!

  2. By Anonymous Coward ( on

    Krakow ?


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