Join us at the Chaos Communication Camp 2023 in Mildenberg, Germany

Tobias Diekershoff tobiasd at
Fri May 12 14:34:06 UTC 2023

Hey FSFE community,

We're thrilled to offer a space for all our friends in the Free Software 
community at the Chaos Communication Camp 2023 [1]! This is Europe's 
largest open-air gathering of hackers, organized by the Chaos Computer 
Club every four years. This time, it's happening from August 15th to 
19th, 2023 at the Ziegeleipark Mildenberg, near Berlin [2].

We'll be setting up a "Bits & Bäume" habitat at the camp, alongside many 
other friendly organizations. And we really hope you can come hang out 
with us! There'll be plenty of opportunities to meet new and familiar 
faces, have fun, and get involved in the universe of Free Software.
Inside the habitat, we'll have our very own FSFE area where we'll be 
holding discussions about all sorts of Free Software-related topics.

We're talking Youth Hacking 4 Freedom, "Public Money? Public Code!", 
upcycling Android, and much more! Of course, there'll also be plenty of 
chances to just chill and enjoy the amazing atmosphere of the CCCamp 
with other Free Software enthusiasts.

So if you're interested in coming along, we'd absolutely love to hear 
from you! Check out this link to let us know you're keen:

We're also taking part in the official call for participation this year, 
focusing on topics related to Free Software, critical and creative use 
of technology, and their impact on society. You can find out more about 
this on the CCCamp website:

We can't wait to see both new and familiar faces at the Chaos 
Communication Camp 2023, and to spend countless hours geeking out about 
Free Software together!

   Erik, Tobias, and Bonnie

Tobias Diekershoff >>> System Hacker
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