LifeDesign Learning Zone
IndieWebCamp Berlin is an all-levels BarCamp-like collaboration in Berlin for two days of keynotes, brainstorming, creating, teaching, and helping gain more control over our data and lives online!
Learn how to use open web services, software, and technologies to empower yourself and – maybe more importantly – encourage all users to own their own content and identities.
Bring your laptop and mobile devices, we’ll help you get setup to both publish where you want, and keep control of your content!
- When: through
- 1 Photos Notes Videos
- 2 Accessibility
- 3 Participating
- 4 Adjacent Events
- 5 Schedule
- 6 Sessions
- 7 Sponsors
- 8 Organizers
- 9 Photos
- 10 Blog posts
- 11 Travel and Lodging
- 12 See Also
- Where: Mozilla Berlin, GSG-Hof Schlesische Straße, Building 3, 3rd Floor, Schlesische Straße 27, 10997 Berlin, Germany. If you are arriving outside of the event, go to the 4th floor and sign in. On the day of the event, go to the 3rd floor and we will sign you in.
- Tickets: https://2019.indieweb.org/berlin
- Wiki: https://indieweb.org/2019/Berlin
- Cost: Free
Photos Notes Videos
Whatever your disability we want to make sure IndieWebCamps are accessible to all. If you consider attending IndieWebCamp Berlin and have specific accessibility requirements, contact us in advance and we'll try to make sure that we are able to accommodate you.
There is some information here on access to the Mozilla Berlin office.
All participants must agree to:
- Please reach out to an organizer during the event for any reason, especially if you feel unsafe or unwelcome or feel members are not living up to the standards we set out for ourselves in the above code and guidelines:
Questions about attending and participating?
- List of participants
- Add yourself to the Project Goals page to indicate your interest in participating and what project(s) new or existing you want to work on!
- 2019-05-03 IndieWeb Organizers Meetup at Mozilla Berlin followed by informal dinner meetup
- 2019-05-06…08 re:publica19 in Berlin!
Once again and IRL3 we will bring together a diverse group of people from all over the world: the digital society. We will talk, we will debate, we may argue; but more than ever, we will go IN DEPTH. Because things are complicated. Things are complex. Things need to be thought through, discussed and looked at from different angles. This is why we are dedicating the next re:publica to the long read, the small print, the footnotes; to the power of research, the power of controversy and the urgency not to simplify the issues that divide (or unite!) us.
- 2019-05-11…12 IndieWebCamp Düsseldorf
- 2019-05-13…15 beyond tellerand conference in Düsseldorf
ScheduleMain article: 2019/Berlin/Schedule
Day 1: Discussions Day 2: Making
09:00 Organizer setup
09:30 Doors Open
11:00 Intros and Demos
11:45 Session Planning
12:00 Group Photo & Topics Over Lunch
18:00 End of sessions for Day 1
09:00 Organizer setup
10:00 Day 2 kick-off
10:30 Hack sessions
14:00 Hack sessions continue
18:00 Camp closed
Day 1 is about discussing in a BarCamp-like environment. Bring a topic you'd like to discuss or join in on topics as they are added to the board.
Day 2 is about making things! Direct your inspiration from what we discussed day 1 into something on your site. Work with others or on your own. We'll have demos at the end of the day to see what everyone worked on!
Individual Session wiki pages
Mozilla is the not-for-profit behind the lightning fast Firefox browser. We put people over profit to give everyone more power online.
Helpful Digital is a digital agency specializing in WordPress hosting.
Become a sponsor?
We are currently looking for additional sponsors for this event.
- Want to help out?
- Contact an organizer or sign-up to Volunteer below!
- Check the #To-do list below to see if there's something you can help out with.
Volunteer tasks: (feel free to grab one and put it next to your name in the list above!)
- setting up the stickers / pins / name badges table (and checking it regularly)
- setting up the session grid rows and columns in a good spot (see 2018/Berlin for last year's)
Organizer notes and tasks
- Tantek Çelik,Yulia Startsev: pick a keynote speaker
- figure out Remote Participation, and document how-to here! (Vidyo?)
- document expenses
Questions for Organizers
Add your questions and requests below
Put suggestions for IndieWebCamp Berlin 2019 here.
- 2019-04-16 : Going to Indieweb Camp Berlin 2019? (archived)
- 2019-5-10 Calum Ryan: IndieWebCamp Berlin 2019
Notes & Tweets:
- Tantek Çelik notes: https://tantek.com/2019/127/t1/indiewebcamp-berlin-built-theme-switcher (thread on Twitter: https://twitter.com/t/status/1125927388833931264 )
- "During #IndieWebCamp #Berlin I built a simple theme switcher for my site!
hyperlinks -> URL query param -> PHP to add class to <body> & query param to local links -> CSS class selectors -> CSS variables -> colors & font. No cookies, no JS. #indieweb" @Tantek Çelik May 7, 2019
- Day 1 start: https://chat.indieweb.org/2019-05-04#t1541237244927500
- Day 2 demos: https://chat.indieweb.org/2019-05-05#t1541344231590000
Travel and Lodging
Some nearby hotels. Add your hotel below if you would like to let people know where you're staying!
Add yourself here if you're interested in sharing a room with others.