Lightning talks are short presentations, which last 2-3 minutes with 2-3 slides. Submission of lightning talks can be done directly at the conference up to 5 minutes before the Lightning talk session starts. Make sure you get your message through and please: don’t be boring ;)
The hands on workshops is the format where you can intensively work with a relatively small group of people on your presented topic or project. This is not for lectures but for hands-on collaboration, exchange and skill sharing. If you are interested to run a workshop on OKCon 2011 please submit your proposal here: http://okcon.org/2011/submit/
The open space offers a place for all kind of spontaneous interventions, meetings and the like following the concept of the open space technology. The open space area will be close to the exhibition space area and is open for you all the time. The open space can be used all times by anybody without submission. However, if you would like top run an event at the open space you might submit your idea here: http://okcon.org/2011/submit/ to help us planning.
The exhibition space is an open area where people, projects and organisations can present their ideas and projects to the public. Projects can have a permanent desc for a point of reference of their project. If you want to be present in the exhibition space at OKCon 2011 please submit your proposal here: http://okcon.org/2011/submit/
Open Design and FabLab work area
The open design and Fab Lab (fabrication laboratory) is an area dedicated to open processes in creating, sharing, reusing and producing of all kind of art, designs and other products. If you are interested in contributing to the open design and fablab work area at OKCon 2011 please submit your proposal here: http://okcon.org/2011/submit/
Hackspace / Hackathon
The hackspace is a dedicated space for you hackers. This is the right place to get your hand dirty and organise your hackathon. A hackathon is a collaborative decentraliced event of short timespan like one or two days with the aim to having a lot of fun with code & data. If you are interested to run a hackathon at OKCon 2011 please submit your proposal here: http://okcon.org/2011/submit/