Hi and welcome from the 2016 unorganising team.
After taking a break last year, we’re back and preparing for a new event, featuring a day of impromptu talks on interesting topics spanning technology, arts, government, usability, innovation and more.
We’re looking to hold the event on either the first or second Saturday of April, so keep those dates free. However that’s subject to change depending on venue availability.
To be notified when we confirm the date, please join our mailing list (see the form on each page). We’ll email you to let you know when and where it will be held and when you can register for the event. Don’t know what a BarCamp is? Start here
We need your help
This is the sixth year for the event and we wanted to ask you, as the attendees, presenters and supporters, for some advice on how we rethink some key things.
Firstly, we’ll like your views on whether we should rename BarCamp Canberra, and what the new name might be. ‘BarCamp’ is not well known as a concept and, let’s face it, lacks impact – we’d love your suggestions on what we could call the event moving forward.
Secondly, we’d like your views on whether there’s anything we should change about the approach to the event on the day. Is there anything you think we can improve, tweak or add to make it an even greater experience than in last years?
Leave your comments below, or if you want to make them privately, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Call out to sponsors
We run this event on less than a shoe string – and every dollar or service provided in support helps the day become more special and fulfilling for participants.
If you or your organisation is interested in supporting the longest running Canberra grassroots unconference, please email us today.