buddycloud Summit v1.0 and hackathon
The federated social web continues to change and evolve at an unprecedented pace. buddycloud is leading this revolution.
Strategies of building an open ecosystem become more important to users and companies for privacy and data security alike. Social applications no longer just help us - they run our lives. Yet most of us still depend on closed networks and companies potentially expose private information outside the corporate firewall.
The buddycloud Summit delves into the issues and challenges of developing a secure, federated social network. It brings together buddycloud developers, thought-leaders, peers and colleagues from the open source world, software vendors and mobile makers building a better future.
The summit provides you with the know-how to build your next project on buddycloud.
Let’s build this open future together. Be a part of it and join us!
- Welcome and intro: why buddycloud
- Mobilizing the Crowd: how do we solve invites
- The ecosystem: What does the perfect buddycloud ecosystem enable you to do?
- web hacking track: working on the UX and the UI of the buddycloud webclient (try it out at beta.buddycloud.org)
- mobile hacking track: working on the buddycloud Android client
Date and location
The summit will be at the weekend of August 4th and August 5th. 11am until 11pm.
Additionally we’ll run a Google hangout for the duration of the summit and hackathon for those that want drop in remotely.
The Hillert & Co office space is at Tengstraße 37 in Munich.
- take the U2 subway line to Hohenzollernplatz
- take the tram line 12 or 27 to Hohenzollernplatz
- take the bus line 53 to Hohenzollernplatz
The station is about a minute from the office space.
If you get lost or need directions: call +49 178 545 0880
- we track our dev work on Trello
- we try to keep great buddycloud documentation
- you can follow buddycloud on the mailing list and in the buddycloud chat room
- all buddycloud code is open source and hosted GitHub
We’re looking forward to seeing you!
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