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= HOPE 2020 is Happening! =
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= A New HOPE is Happening in 2022! =
  
'''HOPE 2020''' is a '''NINE DAY EVENT''', spanning from Saturday, July 25th and running through Sunday, August 2nd, 2020. The event is entirely online, and will include scheduled talks, workshops, keynotes, concerts, and more! Registered attendees are able to interact live with presenters and each other.
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'''A New HOPE''' is a '''THREE DAY EVENT''', spanning from ''Friday, July 22nd through Sunday, July 24th, 2022''. The event is live and in-person, at our brand new wonderful location:<br>
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&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;St. John's Univeristy, in Queens, New York City.<br>
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A New HOPE will include scheduled talks, panels, workshops, keynotes, geeky vendors, Club Mate, food, art, concerts, and much more!  
  
Watch the live stream of talks and keynotes on the '''[https://hope.net/stream.html Hope Stream page]''' or the '''[https://livestream.com/internetsociety3/hope2020 ISOC livestream page]''' The livestream restarts after every talk - this is to segment for replay. When you see the ''''Changing Downlink Station'''' screen, '''reload''' the livestream page until you see the studio clock roll again.
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As with all HOPE conferences, you will be able to watch all of the talks for free online, live-streamed.  They will also all be recorded and available online after the conference.
  
To replay prior talks click on "'''Event posts'''" button (towards the upper right). This expands a listing of recorded talks. After a brief delay the talks are also posted to the '''[https://archive.org/details/hopeconf2020 Internet Archive]''' where they can be downloaded.
 
  
The links to real-time text transcriptions are on the '''[[REAL_TIME_TEXT]]''' page (one transcription per talk or keynote). Similarly, you will need to refresh this page as it is updated at the start of each session.
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== Workshops ==
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There will be a lot of diverse workshops scheduled throughout A New HOPE!  Each will have its own wiki page. Stay tuned...
  
There is also '''[https://livestream.com/internetsociety2/hope2020 HOPE Livestream Channel 2]'''  - that is mainly for announcements, as well as a few other items.
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If you would like to give a workshop at A New HOPE, please submit your proposal!<br>
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It is very easy.  The info you need is on our [https://www.hope.net/workshops.html Workshops page].
  
== Workshops ==
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Once all of the workshops are approved, they will all be listed in the Schedule and Workshop links at https://www.hope.net. There will also be an index of all Workshops on this wiki.
There are approximately 60 workshops scheduled throughout HOPE 2020!  
 
  
Find the listing of workshops in the Schedule and Workshop links at https://www.hope.net. In addition, here is a listing of [https://wiki.hope.net/index.php workshop Wiki pages] and a short FAQ, though not all workshops have developed their pages.
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There will be no registration available for workshops at A New HOPE. All workshops are first-come, first-served. Some workshops will be given twice.
  
Workshop preregistration is '''NOT required'''. The workshop "room" will be announced in the "!HOPE Announcements" and "Workshops" matrix chats before each workshop begins. These chat rooms are available to all ticket holders. Some workshops have limited capacity (just like a physical workshop room does!), so workshop presenters may limit some attendees to only being able to view the workshop. Use the "Workshops" chat room if you have questions or issues.  More info on each workshop is available on this HOPE 2020 wiki (you can search for the workshop name).
 
  
 
== Villages ==
 
== Villages ==
HOPE 2020 has cool Villages, where cool things may be happening at any time!  Some have scheduled workshops, films, and performances as well.  Info on each Village is available on their HOPE wiki page:<br>
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A New HOPE will have lots of cool Villages, where cool things may be happening at any time!  Some will have scheduled workshops, films, and performances as well.  Each Village will have its own wiki page. There will also be an index of Villages on this wiki.
[https://wiki.hope.net/index.php?title=Lockpicking_Village Lockpicking Village]<br>
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[https://wiki.hope.net/index.php?title=Anarchist_Hackers_Village Anarchist Hackers Village]<br>
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There will be a large area with plenty of tables and chairs and AC power where anyone at HOPE can create a Village. At past HOPE conferences there have been Villages for Lock Picking, Hardware Hacking, lots of hackerspace villages, tea making, anarchists, and many others. If you would like to create a Village at A New HOPE, bring what you need, and if you need help or have any questions, please ask.
[https://wiki.hope.net/index.php?title=Dim_Sum_Labs_Village Dim Sum Labs (Hong Kong hackerspace) Village]<br>
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[https://wiki.hope.net/index.php?title=RF_Village_Village RF Village]<br>
 
  
 
== Talks ==
 
== Talks ==
  
HOPE2020 has a page for some of the [https://wiki.hope.net/index.php?title=Talks Talks]<br>
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A New HOPE will have a lot of scheduled talks! 
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If you would like to give a talk or organize a panel at A New HOPE, please submit your proposal!<br>
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It is very easy.  The info you need is on our [https://www.hope.net/cfp.html Call for Participation page].
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Once all of the talks and panels are approved, they will all be listed on [https://hope.net www.hope.net]
  
  
 
== Helpful information for attendees and presenters ==
 
== Helpful information for attendees and presenters ==
  
Information about HOPE is available online at [https://www.hope.net www.hope.net]. This wiki will be supporting conference planning and implementation.
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Information about HOPE is available online at [https://www.hope.net www.hope.net].
  
 
* [[Civility]] and the HOPE Code of Conduct. All participants are asked to be part of a safe and healthy conference.
 
* [[Civility]] and the HOPE Code of Conduct. All participants are asked to be part of a safe and healthy conference.
* [[LIVESTREAM]]: Watching HOPE on the Live Stream over the Internet
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* The live stream is archived pretty quickly at [https://archive.org/details/hopeconf2020 Archive dot org]
 
* Matrix Chat: Start at https://riot.hope.net to get a username ([[Matrix_How-To|detailed walkthrough]]), then follow the instructions to join HOPE's rooms via the [[Conference_bot]].
 
** If you want to use a client other than the web client (like an iOS or Android client), specify https://matrix.hope.net/ as the server name.
 
** If you'd like to keep in touch with new friends from HOPE 2020 in the event that the HOPE Matrix server goes offline, a public Matrix room with the address '''#hope-2020:hackers.town''' that can be joined from [https://www.hello-matrix.net/public_servers.php any Matrix server] has been created.  It isn't [https://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=Lobbycon Lobbycon] but there's no reason cool stuff has to stop happening, either.  Join us!
 
* For workshops, see the [[BigBlueButton How-To]]: This is the teleconferencing software for most workshops.
 
* [[Workshops]] Many of the workshops have a wiki page. Whether a workshop is recorded or what material is present is up to the presenter.
 
* [[Knowledge Base]]: Entry to information for attendees, presenters and volunteers
 
* [[Presenting at HOPE]]: Guidelines for speakers and workshops. Here is a link just about live music over Zoom: https://livestream.com/internetsociety/rowdyace
 
* [[Graphics and Logos]]: Official HOPE artwork
 
* [[Discount codes]]: Donations from HOPE affiliates and enthusiasts
 
  
 
== Information for volunteers ==
 
== Information for volunteers ==
  
See our [[Volunteering]] page for a synopsis of roles. Utilize the email group list you are already on, to ask questions or check in. You can also use the volunteer area of the Matrix chat.
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If you would like to volunteer, there are plenty of activities that are fun to do with others from the HOPE community. Please email us at:<br>
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&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;volunteers AT hope DOT net
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== Donate to the EFF! ==
 
== Donate to the EFF! ==
  
We want to help give back by holding a fundraiser for the EFF during the
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As in past HOPE conferences, we will be helping give back by holding a fundraiser for the EFF during the
nine days of HOPE. We believe we can bring in $10,000 over that period.
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three days of A New HOPE. We believe we can bring in $10,000 over this period.
Throughout the conference, many EFF people will be giving talks on
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Throughout the conference, many EFF people will be giving talks on diverse topics of interest to our community and the world.
topics like the evils of Ring, mobile privacy, the Foreign Intelligence
 
Surveillance Act, facial recognition, and more. And the traditional
 
"Ask the EFF" panel is always a favorite with our attendees.
 
 
 
So please join with us and be among the first to support EFF so they'll
 
be there for all of us in the future. We have a feeling we're going to
 
be needing them.
 
 
 
The special HOPE link to donate is https://eff.org/HOPE2020
 
 
 
= Hackers Helping to Fight COVID-19 =
 
 
 
The unprecedented health threats and global response to the COVID-19 pandemic
 
have impacted everyone.<br>Many hackers, makers, educators, and others have put
 
their skills to use by contributing to solutions to a wide range of challenges.
 
  
These contributions are the essence of the hacker spirit: People using their
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Stay tuned for more info...
skills, intelligence and energy to help other people. Hackers are helping by
 
designing, making and distributing much-needed medical supplies. They are
 
helping by creating communication forums, informative websites, software, and
 
safe entertainment. They are helping by fighting disinformation, and doing
 
research and experimentation to investigate solutions and mitigations.
 
  
'''On [[Helping#Hackers_Helping_to_Fight_COVID-19|this page]], we have collected links to some of the projects,
 
products, groups, and activities that highlight how hackers are helping.'''
 
  
= Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) =
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== Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) ==
  
We created a full page of Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) and it will be updated as we get new information.
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We created a full page of Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) and it will be updated as we get new information.<br>
[[Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)]]
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[https://www.hope.net/faq.html www.hope.net/faq.html]

Latest revision as of 20:52, 9 February 2022

A New HOPE is Happening in 2022!

A New HOPE is a THREE DAY EVENT, spanning from Friday, July 22nd through Sunday, July 24th, 2022. The event is live and in-person, at our brand new wonderful location:
        St. John's Univeristy, in Queens, New York City.
A New HOPE will include scheduled talks, panels, workshops, keynotes, geeky vendors, Club Mate, food, art, concerts, and much more!

As with all HOPE conferences, you will be able to watch all of the talks for free online, live-streamed. They will also all be recorded and available online after the conference.


Workshops

There will be a lot of diverse workshops scheduled throughout A New HOPE! Each will have its own wiki page. Stay tuned...

If you would like to give a workshop at A New HOPE, please submit your proposal!
It is very easy. The info you need is on our Workshops page.

Once all of the workshops are approved, they will all be listed in the Schedule and Workshop links at https://www.hope.net. There will also be an index of all Workshops on this wiki.

There will be no registration available for workshops at A New HOPE. All workshops are first-come, first-served. Some workshops will be given twice.


Villages

A New HOPE will have lots of cool Villages, where cool things may be happening at any time! Some will have scheduled workshops, films, and performances as well. Each Village will have its own wiki page. There will also be an index of Villages on this wiki.

There will be a large area with plenty of tables and chairs and AC power where anyone at HOPE can create a Village. At past HOPE conferences there have been Villages for Lock Picking, Hardware Hacking, lots of hackerspace villages, tea making, anarchists, and many others. If you would like to create a Village at A New HOPE, bring what you need, and if you need help or have any questions, please ask.


Talks

A New HOPE will have a lot of scheduled talks!

If you would like to give a talk or organize a panel at A New HOPE, please submit your proposal!
It is very easy. The info you need is on our Call for Participation page.

Once all of the talks and panels are approved, they will all be listed on www.hope.net


Helpful information for attendees and presenters

Information about HOPE is available online at www.hope.net.

  • Civility and the HOPE Code of Conduct. All participants are asked to be part of a safe and healthy conference.


Information for volunteers

If you would like to volunteer, there are plenty of activities that are fun to do with others from the HOPE community. Please email us at:
        volunteers AT hope DOT net


As in past HOPE conferences, we will be helping give back by holding a fundraiser for the EFF during the three days of A New HOPE. We believe we can bring in $10,000 over this period. Throughout the conference, many EFF people will be giving talks on diverse topics of interest to our community and the world.

Stay tuned for more info...


Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

We created a full page of Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) and it will be updated as we get new information.
www.hope.net/faq.html