$ ./programme —list
10am+ arrivals camorra 01pm - 03pm lunch outside 03pm - 05pm start/intro camorra + presentations 06pm - 09pm discussion #1 camorra 09pm - 10pm dinner camorra/outside 10pm+ bar/chill-out casa nostra
10am - 11am breakfast camorra 11am - 01pm discussion #2 camorra 01pm - 03pm lunch outside 03pm - 05pm workshops #1 #2 cyberforat + raï 06pm - 08pm workshops #3 #4 cyberforat + raï 09pm - 10pm dinner camorra/outside 10pm+ bar/chill-out casa nostra
10am - 11am breakfast camorra 11am - 01pm discussion #3 camorra 01pm - 03pm lunch outside 03pm - 05pm more workshops cyberforat 06pm - 08pm discussion #4 camorra 09pm - 11pm discussion #5 casa nostra 11pm+ goodbye party casa nostra
$ ls -l programme
rwxrwxr— 1 cyberforat pnp - 2004-12-01 programme $ ./programme —verbose
#1 - Debian FAI (Fully Automatic Install) #2 - Linux OpenWRT (liberating the Linksys WRT54G) #3 - OpenMOSIX (clustering with GNU/Linux) #4 - Public Internet Workspace: Concept & Realization #5 - Open Source desktop publishing
#1 - Specialisation and expertise: root VS users, or collective empowerment and horizontal and cooperative computing? How to break the barrier between knowledgeable people and bare users? How to share secrets and spread responsability in administrating networks?
#2 - Going beyond the mere "plug’n’politix" slogan: how can technology effectively enhance our political struggles? How can we bring politics into technology (as an inspiration for software development, i.e.: Domain Name Anarchy)? How can our militant experience contribute to so-called "geek-struggles" (i.e.: software patents, net censorship, repressive laws against the Internet)?
#3 - Outreach towards non-political people & groups: connecting with Linux User Groups? How do we interact with our neighbourhoods, with the usual geek, etc.?
#4 - Inner contradictions: confronting technology as a tool for oppression. How does technology shape social structures? How can we face the humans & environmental consequences of computer industry? Can we imagine & build alternatives? How can we avoid our practices and free software developments improve capitalism, or be integrated by authorities?
#5 - Plug’n’Politix identity in question: what are we about? What about our collective identity? Do we want to provide a service for the movement, or do we want to be part of a movement serving itself? Hacklabs and/or open-access spaces? Is it still subversive to just provide free Internet access?