What is going on?
The Occupy Movement
The Occupy movement is an international protest movement which is primarily directed against social and economic inequality. 
A hackerspace or hackspace (also referred to as a hacklab, makerspace or creative space) is a location where people with common interests, often in computers, technology, science, or digital or electronic art (but also in many other realms) can meet, socialise and/or collaboration. Hackerspaces can be viewed as open community lab incorporating elements of machining, workshops and/or studios where hackers can come together to share resources and knowledge to build and make things. 
Hackupy are hack session or group collaboration days/nights operated by local hacker spaces with a focus on building infrastructure, technology, and general discussion regarding the Occupy Movement happening in the same or near by city. Think of BarCamp but with Occupy in mind.
Additionally Hackupy.org is providing a list of hackerspaces open to those looking for help from Occupations across the world.
Hackupy at Noisebridge
Noisebridge is open more or less 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, to the general public. This also includes anyone want to work on projects involving the occupancy. Please feel free to drop by with your projects whenever, but the more hospitable nights are Mondays - Thursdays. Please check our for details on classes that might pertain to your particular craft or need.
Current Hackupy Projects
- OccupySF wifi - Providing internet for general use at Bradley Manning Plaza
- General meetup for OccupySF internet sites
- Powerstation - Mobile power for the masses from recharging phones to powering lights and laptops
- Noisebridge Statite Tents - A hacker space at OccupySF
- OccupyProjects.org Redmine installation available for hosting Occupy-related projects - for info email media `at` occupyoakland.org