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= What is an Open Day at a hacker space? =
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= What is an open house at a hacker space? =
 
Motto: "messing with hardware and software."
 
Motto: "messing with hardware and software."
  
On 31 March 2012 [https://hackerspaces.nl/open-dag/ hacker spaces in the Netherlands] open their doors to anyone who wants to know what hackers involved and what they are doing. Netherlands currently has ten hacker spaces. A hacker space is a meeting and workshop, where technologically interested, creative and critical viewers meet, exchange ideas and work together on projects.
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On March 31st, 2012, [https://hackerspaces.nl/open-dag/ hacker spaces all over the Netherlands] are opening their doors to anyone who wants to know what hackers get up to. The Netherlands currently has ten hacker spaces. A hacker space is a workshop and place to meet, where technologically interested, creative and critical viewers meet, exchange ideas and work together on projects.
  
"Hacking" is more than testing and rupture of securing computers and networks. But that is not obvious to everyone. With this open day to hacker spaces in the Netherlands show that the hacker community in the country a much larger spectrum of interests has, and also has a rich history, such as ISP XS4ALL comes from the hacker world.
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"Hacking" is more than testing and breaking into computers and networks. But that's not obvious to everyone. During this day, hacker spaces in the Netherlands intend to show that the hacker community in the country has a much larger spectrum of interests, along with a rich history: for example, Dutch ISP XS4ALL has its origins in the hacker scene.
  
Also present at this open day, hackers like to explain what 'ethical hacking' actually is. And why the average hacker is not a threat, but gladly share knowledge about such threats on the Internet and security issues in major ICT projects of companies and governments. Knowledge should be shared. That is one of the Dutch (and international) broad-based value hacker community, which dates from the beginnings of the hacker culture in Boston (USA) at the end of the 60s.
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In addition, hackers want to explain during this open house what 'ethical hacking' means and why the average hacker is not a threat, but will gladly share knowledge about threats on the Internet and security issues in major ICT projects of companies and governments. Knowledge is meant be shared: this is one of the basic values of the Dutch (and international) hacker community, which dates from the beginnings of the hacker culture in Boston (USA) at the end of the 60s.
  
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RevSpace in The Hague, at Binckhorstlaan 172, participates in this national open house as well. On March 31st, from 10:00 to 21:00, the doors are open to anyone who wants to see what hackers really have to offer. A complete list of activities and directions can be found on this page.
  
Also RevSpace in The Hague, Binckhorstlaan 172, participates in this national open day. On March 31, from 10:00 to 21:00, the doors are open to anyone who wants to see what hackers really have to offer. A complete list of activities and directions on this page to find.
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== Themes ==
 
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== Theme ==
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* Security
 
* Security
 
* Making
 
* Making
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== Workshops ==
 
== Workshops ==
  
=== Experience Linux===
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=== Experience Linux ===
  
 
==== Linux clinic! ====
 
==== Linux clinic! ====
* What: Would you like to try Linux once, but you're not very technical, do come under the supervision of a real Linux Guru. Or, you have a problem with your Linux system, it does not work with your hardware, or whatever. One of gurus to help you enjoy this issue.
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* What: Have you ever wanted to try Linux, but do you lack technical expertise? Or do you have an issue with a Linux system? Our Linux gurus will be glad to help you along.
 
* Who: Hansg
 
* Who: Hansg
  
==== Does not work with Linux does not exist  ====  
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==== "Does not work with Linux" does not exist  ====  
* What: Would you like to try Linux once, but it does not work with your hardware. One of our experts will gladly help you to solve this problem.
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* What: Does Linux refuse to work with your hardware? One of our Linux gurus will gladly help you solve any issues.
 
* Who: Hansg
 
* Who: Hansg
  
 
==== Make your first open source contribution ====
 
==== Make your first open source contribution ====
* What: Are you a user of open source software, eg Ubuntu, firefox or open source and you want to be next user to contributor? Then our workshop "do you first open source contribution." Do you have such a small annoyance in one of the open source programs that you use, you can under the guidance of an expert report a bug, or maybe even a solution to this annoyance write it to the creators of the software to send so that hopefully the next version has been corrected.
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* What: Are you a user of open source software like Ubuntu or Firefox, and have you ever wanted to give back to the community? Do you have a small annoyance in an open-source program that you use? Then this workshop is for you! Our experts will help you file a bug report and possibly even fix the issue and send it to the authors, so they can correct it in the next version.
 
* Who: Hansg
 
* Who: Hansg
  
 
=== OV Chip ===
 
=== OV Chip ===
* What: Show hoveel information on an OV-chip card is and how easy it is to be read.
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* What: Show what kind of information is stored on a Dutch public transit chip card (OV-Chipkaart) and how easy it is to read this information.
 
* Who: WinScap
 
* Who: WinScap
  
 
===Wireless Security===
 
===Wireless Security===
* What: dsniff fire and sheep show, possibly with the McD can sniff traffic to make a point about security
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* What: Show off dsniff and firesheep, possibly sniffing traffic from the McDonalds across the street to make a point about security.
 
* Who: Juerd
 
* Who: Juerd
 
    
 
    
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===Arduino===
 
===Arduino===
* What: Demonstration of a Robot with explanations of the arduino.
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* What: Demonstration of a robot with information about the Arduino.
 
* Who: Cross
 
* Who: Cross
  
Jacobs ladder === ===
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=== Jacobs ladder ===
 
* What: [[Jacobs Ladder]] demo -
 
* What: [[Jacobs Ladder]] demo -
 
* Who: Gori and Smeding
 
* Who: Gori and Smeding
! Must still first be completed. !
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! Must first be completed. !
  
Laser Cutter === ===
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=== Laser Cutter ===
* What: Come and have a keychain with your name laser cut!
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* What: Have your very own keyfob made with your own name on it!
 
* Who: FooBar
 
* Who: FooBar
  
Retro gaming === ===
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=== Retro gaming ===
 
* What: A number of classic games
 
* What: A number of classic games
 
* Who: Stitch
 
* Who: Stitch
  
Tour === ===
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=== Tour ===
* What: Tour of the building and along all demos
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* What: Tour of the building and all the demos
* Who: Gori, this care
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* Who: Gori
  
WNDP 350 === ===
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=== WNDP 350 ===
* What: Demonstration of a very flat acess point
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* What: Demonstration of a very insecure access point
 
* Who: Juerd
 
* Who: Juerd
  
For the Press == ==
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== For the Press ==
Are you from the press? See [[HackerspaceDag2012 News]] for the press release and poster
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Are you a member of the press? See [[HackerspaceDag2012]] for the press release and poster.
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Latest revision as of 22:39, 19 March 2012

What is an open house at a hacker space?

Motto: "messing with hardware and software."

On March 31st, 2012, hacker spaces all over the Netherlands are opening their doors to anyone who wants to know what hackers get up to. The Netherlands currently has ten hacker spaces. A hacker space is a workshop and place to meet, where technologically interested, creative and critical viewers meet, exchange ideas and work together on projects.

"Hacking" is more than testing and breaking into computers and networks. But that's not obvious to everyone. During this day, hacker spaces in the Netherlands intend to show that the hacker community in the country has a much larger spectrum of interests, along with a rich history: for example, Dutch ISP XS4ALL has its origins in the hacker scene.

In addition, hackers want to explain during this open house what 'ethical hacking' means and why the average hacker is not a threat, but will gladly share knowledge about threats on the Internet and security issues in major ICT projects of companies and governments. Knowledge is meant be shared: this is one of the basic values of the Dutch (and international) hacker community, which dates from the beginnings of the hacker culture in Boston (USA) at the end of the 60s.

RevSpace in The Hague, at Binckhorstlaan 172, participates in this national open house as well. On March 31st, from 10:00 to 21:00, the doors are open to anyone who wants to see what hackers really have to offer. A complete list of activities and directions can be found on this page.

Themes

  • Security
  • Making

Workshops

Experience Linux

Linux clinic!

  • What: Have you ever wanted to try Linux, but do you lack technical expertise? Or do you have an issue with a Linux system? Our Linux gurus will be glad to help you along.
  • Who: Hansg

"Does not work with Linux" does not exist

  • What: Does Linux refuse to work with your hardware? One of our Linux gurus will gladly help you solve any issues.
  • Who: Hansg

Make your first open source contribution

  • What: Are you a user of open source software like Ubuntu or Firefox, and have you ever wanted to give back to the community? Do you have a small annoyance in an open-source program that you use? Then this workshop is for you! Our experts will help you file a bug report and possibly even fix the issue and send it to the authors, so they can correct it in the next version.
  • Who: Hansg

OV Chip

  • What: Show what kind of information is stored on a Dutch public transit chip card (OV-Chipkaart) and how easy it is to read this information.
  • Who: WinScap

Wireless Security

  • What: Show off dsniff and firesheep, possibly sniffing traffic from the McDonalds across the street to make a point about security.
  • Who: Juerd

Demos

Arduino

  • What: Demonstration of a robot with information about the Arduino.
  • Who: Cross

Jacobs ladder

! Must first be completed. !

Laser Cutter

  • What: Have your very own keyfob made with your own name on it!
  • Who: FooBar

Retro gaming

  • What: A number of classic games
  • Who: Stitch

Tour

  • What: Tour of the building and all the demos
  • Who: Gori

WNDP 350

  • What: Demonstration of a very insecure access point
  • Who: Juerd

For the Press

Are you a member of the press? See HackerspaceDag2012 for the press release and poster.