Presented by:

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Joschi Kuphal

from tollwerk GmbH, Open Device Lab Nürnberg, CoderDojo Nürnberg, Nürnberg Web Week

Joschi Kuphal is a web architect and founder / CEO of the Nuremberg based web and advertisement agency tollwerk (https://tollwerk.de). Together with his team he's focusing on complex TYPO3 web projects, multi-device development, web performance and accessibility matters. He runs the Open Device Lab Nuremberg (http://odl-nbg.de), several community events like the CoderDojo Nürnberg (https://coderdojo-nbg.org) and the Accessibility Club (http://a11y.club) and is one of the main initiators of the Nuremberg Web Week (http://nueww). On his personal site (https://jkphl.is) he's an IndieWeb enthusiast and author of several open source tools (http://github.com/jkphl). Catch him best on Twitter @jkphl!

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The importance of owning your data on the web is getting more awareness. To grow it and help people gettings started, we're meeting for an all day IndieWeb gathering packed with brainstorming, working, teaching, helping and hacking on your own site. There will be an introductory talk describing the most basic IndieWeb techniques. It's the perfect chance to both become acquainted with the IndieWeb and implement some of the IndieWeb features on your own website in one go. We'll start the IndieWeb Hack Day with a ~40 minute introductory talk to quickly onboard all those who have never heard of the IndieWeb movement. Then, until early afternoon, there will be barcamp-like sessions to further introduce and discuss some of the IndieWeb technologies. Finally, a couple of hours are spent on hacking and immediately implementing some of these ideas into your own website — or even start it from scratch if you don't have one already. So don't forget to bring your own laptop!

Date:
2016 June 22 - 10:00
Duration:
10 h
Room:
Seminarraum 1
Language:
Track:
IndieWeb Hack-Day
Difficulty:
Medium

Happening at the same time:

  1. SaltStack is more than just configuration management
  2. Start Time:
    2016 June 22 10:00

    Room:
    Saal

  3. Introduction to the Linux Block I/O Layer
  4. Start Time:
    2016 June 22 11:30

    Room:
    Saal

  5. Writing a salt module
  6. Start Time:
    2016 June 22 12:00

    Room:
    Galerie

  7. Hawk 2.0 and Beyond
  8. Start Time:
    2016 June 22 12:00

    Room:
    Saal

  9. Hacking Salt for fun and profit
  10. Start Time:
    2016 June 22 13:00

    Room:
    Galerie

  11. Exploring CRIU
  12. Start Time:
    2016 June 22 13:00

    Room:
    Saal

  13. The type C connector and USB 3.1
  14. Start Time:
    2016 June 22 13:30

    Room:
    Saal

  15. Managing VMware infrastructure using salt-cloud
  16. Start Time:
    2016 June 22 14:00

    Room:
    Galerie

  17. A Tale of Rust and the OBS
  18. Start Time:
    2016 June 22 14:30

    Room:
    Saal

  19. How to Contribute to an Open Source Project
  20. Start Time:
    2016 June 22 14:30

    Room:
    Seminarraum 2

  21. BitTorrent Peer-to-peer controlled by Salt
  22. Start Time:
    2016 June 22 15:00

    Room:
    Galerie

  23. openSUSE in Numbers 2016
  24. Start Time:
    2016 June 22 15:30

    Room:
    Saal

  25. openSUSE Weblate Translation Tool
  26. Start Time:
    2016 June 22 15:30

    Room:
    Galerie

  27. Bridging openSUSE and SLE gap
  28. Start Time:
    2016 June 22 16:00

    Room:
    Saal

  29. openSUSE Leap 42.2 roadmap and development process
  30. Start Time:
    2016 June 22 16:30

    Room:
    Saal

  31. Security and openSUSE
  32. Start Time:
    2016 June 22 17:00

    Room:
    Galerie

  33. How to Factory Staging Project work
  34. Start Time:
    2016 June 22 17:30

    Room:
    Saal

  35. Cellar Tour June 22 - Meet up point at the Kater Murr
  36. Start Time:
    2016 June 22 18:45

    Room:
    Saal

  37. City Tour June 22 - Meet up point at the Kater Murr
  38. Start Time:
    2016 June 22 18:45

    Room:
    Galerie