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An Unconference and Convergence for Horizontalist Organizers

wherein hackers, Occupy folks, anarchists, peaceniks, old folks & young folks, do-gooders & ne'erdowells, weirdos and crazy folks all get together and talk about how they do things... at Noisebridge Hackerspace

March 15-18 2012, San Francisco

Thursday March 15 Friday March 16 Saturday March 17 Sunday March 18
Check in 12-6pm Workshops 12-6pm Workshops 2-6pm Roundtable Discussions

4-7pm Reception 12-8pm fUnconference Sessions 12-8pm fUnconference Sessions 2-6pm fUnconference Sessions
8pm Five Minutes of Fame lightning talks Hackathon begins! 4-10pm Closing party, Hackathon conclusion with brunch and prizes

Registration is free, and includes work shifts in the kitchen. All attendees are encouraged to present or facilitate a session.

Register Here

Suggested Topics:


  • Online Security & Encryption Primer
  • Economics teach-in
  • Alternative Housing Options
  • History of Resistance
  • Coworking: Incubator for Workplace Democracy or StarBucks without the coffee?
  • Food Security in an Energy Scarce World
  • Hacking Education for the Underserved


  • Facilitation Skills
  • Nonviolent Resistance Methods
  • How to cook for a hundred people
  • How to solder
  • 3d printing
  • How to Sew
  • Lockpicking
  • Knot tying
  • How to build giant puppets
  • Bicycle repair session
  • [Group Works|] card deck games

Roundtable Discussions

  • Occupy visioning
  • Nonviolence & Diversity of Tactics
  • Decolonization
  • Reclaiming the commons
  • Do-ocracy
  • Bay Area cross-Occupy co-ordination
  • Connecting Inner Work with Building Alternatives with Resistance
  • HackerSpace regional get-together, comparing notes

Suggested Reading:

Unconference : a convergence where the content is democratically created by the participants.

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