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= HOPE 2020 is Happening! =
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= A New HOPE is Happening in 2022! =
  
HOPE 2020 will be a NINE DAY EVENT, beginning on Saturday, July 25th and running through Sunday, August 2nd, 2020. The event will be entirely online, and will include scheduled talks, workshops, keynotes, concerts, and more! Registered attendees will be 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, food, art, concerts, performances, and much more!  
  
Watch the live stream of talks and keynotes: https://www.internetsociety.org/events/hope-conference-2020/ (also includes a second stream for information and some workshops).
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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.
  
== Workshop registration ==
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== Virtual Attendance ==
Workshop registration began Friday July 24. Visit the Schedule page at https://www.hope.net, select the workshop you want to register for, then provide your ticket code. Note that some workshops have limited capacity, and are first-come.
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All in-person attendees also get access to the full virtual program. This includes the online Matrix chat, and the ability to watch livestreams of all talks.
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See the [[Matrix How-To]] for information on getting connected to Matrix for chat and Q&A.
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The livestream links will be posted just before A New HOPE begins, and will be via YouTube and other mechanisms.
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A New HOPE is also live in the Mozilla Hubs 3D virtual world. Click [https://hubs.mozilla.com/zWXK8U6/hope2022/ HERE] to enter Hubs.
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== NEED A TICKET? ==
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We have a [[Ticket_Exchange|Ticket Exchange wiki page]] for connecting people who want a ticket with people who have extra tickets.
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== Your Arrival at A New HOPE, Parking, and Pedestrians ==
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Everyone attending A New HOPE must provide proof of vaccination before getting their conference badge (see the COVID-19 Safety item, below). Once you provide your proof of vaccination, you will next go to the Registration Desk to get your badge. Your badge is for all 3 conference days, so don't lose it.
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If you are parking on campus, use Gate 6 to park in the parking structure. You will get a parking pass when you get your badge, to display on your dashboard (yes, you need to walk to provide proof of vaccination, then to Registration, then back to your vehicle - sorry about that). Parking is free, and for the entire conference.
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For the Gate 6 location, see the St. John's [https://www.stjohns.edu/sites/default/files/2019-02/m1-10649_queens_map_legend.pdf campus map]. Driving directions from the west: Head west on the Grand Central Parkway and exit right at 188th St. At the light make a left and then an immediate right and stay on that street until you get to Utopia Parkway. Stay on the service road and make a left on 168th St and a right on Goethals Ave and Gate 6 will be right in front of you.
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If you are taking public transportation, you will likely enter via Gate 5. Note that Gate 6 is the only entry between 11pm and 6am for pedestrians or drivers, and you will need your conference badge for admission to campus.
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== COVID-19 Safety ==
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All in-person attendees for A New HOPE need to be vaccinated against COVID-19. Attendees will show proof of vaccination upon check-in. This will be separate from registration and we will NOT save that information. (This allows you to attend the conference under an alias while filling the above requirement.)<br>
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All attendees will be required to wear a mask indoors at St. John's University throughout A New HOPE.
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== HOPE wiki accounts ==
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If you are a ticket-holder (either in-person or virtual) or a presenter, and would like to create a wiki page for A New HOPE, please contact us, and we will create an account for you.  Please email us:<br>
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&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;workshops AT hope DOT net
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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...
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The Workshop schedule will soon be posted on the HOPE website at [https://www.hope.net https://www.hope.net].  There will also be an index of all Workshops on this wiki.
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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.
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== Villages ==
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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.
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There will also 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.
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* [[Anarchist_Hackers_Village|Anarchist Hacker Village]]
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* Climate Crisis Village
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* [[RF Village]] with [[Special Event Station W2H]]
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== Talks ==
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A New HOPE has a lot of scheduled talks!
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The Talks schedule is posted on the HOPE website at [https://hope.net https://www.hope.net].
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See the [[Matrix How-To]] for information on getting connected to Matrix for chat and Q&A.
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=== Fourth Circuit Talk Schedule ===
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The Fourth Circuit talks are ad-hoc talks given by volunteers on a first-come, first-served basis. The talks are given near the coffee shop on the third floor of DAC. To register, please stop by in person to the info desk located on the second floor of DAC.
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Friday 7/22
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*<s>1300 - 1400: Hacking Procrastination by Michael Krebs</s> Postponed
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Saturday 7/23
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*<s>Medical Devices - Security and Privacy by Pam and Regina</s> Talk will be given at 2200 in DAC 206
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*1300 - 1400: Using Topic Models to Organize Huge Leaks by Leandra
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*1700 - 2000: Piano Performance
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*2200 - 2330: "Triple H" (Ham, Hacking, and Health) with R0dent and Baldrick
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Sunday 7/24
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*1000 - 1100: Aerialists and the Hacker Ethic by Matt Grabara
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*1100 - 1200: Matrix 101: Chat and More, What Makes Matrix Interesting by Axel Simon
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*1200 - 1300: Why You Should Move to an Exclave by TProphet
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*1300 - 1400: How to Lose Your Hearing But Not Your Sanity by Starless
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*1400 - 1500: Technopolice: Tools to Fight Back Against Surveillance Cities by Axel Simon
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*1500 - 1700: Hacking Procrastination - No gimmicks! A hacker's guide to transforming how you relate to your tasks, leaving you empowered to do whatever your heart desires, all the way to completion! 90 minutes + Q&A,  Bonus: Hacking Cavities *tooth emoji*,  Stretch Bonus: Hacking Covid 19 (time permitting) by Michael Krebs
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=== Secret Fourth Floor Boardroom talk (if you can find it) ===
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Sunday 2022-07-24
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*1300 - 1400: MX: How to create your own global mind - The first 38 years - by Mark "anyone have ketamine?"
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== Performances ==
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A New HOPE will have a lot of scheduled performances! 
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The Performances schedule is on the HOPE website at [https://hope.net www.hope.net].
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== Contests ==
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A New HOPE has three contests:
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Capture the Flag: Room DAC 311, and potentially open to virtual attendees. More info in the [https://www.hope.net/ program], and online at [https://hope.dicega.ng/ hope.dicega.ng]. From 2pm Friday to 2pm Sunday
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Hacker Karaoke: Friday 2200 Room DAC 416 (Track 1). No advance sign-ups needed. This can be "regular" karaoke, or enhanced with a hacker theme:
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- Lyrics (hacker-oriented topic, lyrical quality, originality...)
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- Performance (energy, flair, dance moves, diction...)
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- Visuals (optional backing video, costumes, backup performers...)
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Hackers Got Talent: Saturday 2100 Room DAC 416 (Track 1). This contest is open to all types of talents: singing, dancing, poetry, performance, and more! Bring your best talent to share with A New HOPE.
  
 
== 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.
* [[Knowledge Base]]: Entry to information for attendees, presenters and volunteers
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* [[Presenting at HOPE]]: Guidelines for speakers and workshops
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== Food nearby A New HOPE ==
* [[Graphics and Logos]]: Official HOPE artwork
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* [[LIVESTREAM]]: Some notes on the livestreaming
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Please check out our [[Nearby_Food|Nearby Food]] wiki page for places nearby St. John's University to get food and snacks
* [[BigBlueButton How-To]]: Information about the teleconferencing software for most workshops
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* [[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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== Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) ==
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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>
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[https://www.hope.net/faq.html www.hope.net/faq.html]
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== Resources ==
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=== Mobile schedule ===
  
= Hackers Helping to Fight COVID-19 =
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[[File:HOPE-2022-Schedule-app.jpg|400px|thumb|HOPE 2022 Schedule app for Android tablets and phones]]
  
The unprecedented health threats and global response to the COVID-19 pandemic
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The '''app''' for A New HOPE, called "HOPE 2022," is available (Android only). This is a great way to carry the schedule for A New HOPE on your mobile device. Install via the [https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=info.metadude.android.hope.schedule Google Play store] or [https://f-droid.org/packages/info.metadude.android.hope.schedule F-Droid].
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
 
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,
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=== On-campus housing ===
products, groups, and activities that highlight how hackers are helping.'''
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More about on-campus '''housing''' is in their [https://www.stjohns.edu/files/2020-conference-services-brochure brochure]. Rooms include a blanket, pillow, bath towel, washcloth, flat sheet, fitted sheet, and pillowcase. Unlike a hotel everyone should bring their own soap, shampoo, hair dryer, etc.

Latest revision as of 01:44, 26 July 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, food, art, concerts, performances, 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.

Virtual Attendance

All in-person attendees also get access to the full virtual program. This includes the online Matrix chat, and the ability to watch livestreams of all talks.

See the Matrix How-To for information on getting connected to Matrix for chat and Q&A.

The livestream links will be posted just before A New HOPE begins, and will be via YouTube and other mechanisms.

A New HOPE is also live in the Mozilla Hubs 3D virtual world. Click HERE to enter Hubs.

NEED A TICKET?

We have a Ticket Exchange wiki page for connecting people who want a ticket with people who have extra tickets.

Your Arrival at A New HOPE, Parking, and Pedestrians

Everyone attending A New HOPE must provide proof of vaccination before getting their conference badge (see the COVID-19 Safety item, below). Once you provide your proof of vaccination, you will next go to the Registration Desk to get your badge. Your badge is for all 3 conference days, so don't lose it.

If you are parking on campus, use Gate 6 to park in the parking structure. You will get a parking pass when you get your badge, to display on your dashboard (yes, you need to walk to provide proof of vaccination, then to Registration, then back to your vehicle - sorry about that). Parking is free, and for the entire conference.

For the Gate 6 location, see the St. John's campus map. Driving directions from the west: Head west on the Grand Central Parkway and exit right at 188th St. At the light make a left and then an immediate right and stay on that street until you get to Utopia Parkway. Stay on the service road and make a left on 168th St and a right on Goethals Ave and Gate 6 will be right in front of you.

If you are taking public transportation, you will likely enter via Gate 5. Note that Gate 6 is the only entry between 11pm and 6am for pedestrians or drivers, and you will need your conference badge for admission to campus.

COVID-19 Safety

All in-person attendees for A New HOPE need to be vaccinated against COVID-19. Attendees will show proof of vaccination upon check-in. This will be separate from registration and we will NOT save that information. (This allows you to attend the conference under an alias while filling the above requirement.)

All attendees will be required to wear a mask indoors at St. John's University throughout A New HOPE.

HOPE wiki accounts

If you are a ticket-holder (either in-person or virtual) or a presenter, and would like to create a wiki page for A New HOPE, please contact us, and we will create an account for you. Please email us:
        workshops AT hope DOT net


Workshops

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

The Workshop schedule will soon be posted on the HOPE website 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 also 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 has a lot of scheduled talks!

The Talks schedule is posted on the HOPE website at https://www.hope.net.

See the Matrix How-To for information on getting connected to Matrix for chat and Q&A.

Fourth Circuit Talk Schedule

The Fourth Circuit talks are ad-hoc talks given by volunteers on a first-come, first-served basis. The talks are given near the coffee shop on the third floor of DAC. To register, please stop by in person to the info desk located on the second floor of DAC.

Friday 7/22

  • 1300 - 1400: Hacking Procrastination by Michael Krebs Postponed

Saturday 7/23

  • Medical Devices - Security and Privacy by Pam and Regina Talk will be given at 2200 in DAC 206
  • 1300 - 1400: Using Topic Models to Organize Huge Leaks by Leandra
  • 1700 - 2000: Piano Performance
  • 2200 - 2330: "Triple H" (Ham, Hacking, and Health) with R0dent and Baldrick

Sunday 7/24

  • 1000 - 1100: Aerialists and the Hacker Ethic by Matt Grabara
  • 1100 - 1200: Matrix 101: Chat and More, What Makes Matrix Interesting by Axel Simon
  • 1200 - 1300: Why You Should Move to an Exclave by TProphet
  • 1300 - 1400: How to Lose Your Hearing But Not Your Sanity by Starless
  • 1400 - 1500: Technopolice: Tools to Fight Back Against Surveillance Cities by Axel Simon
  • 1500 - 1700: Hacking Procrastination - No gimmicks! A hacker's guide to transforming how you relate to your tasks, leaving you empowered to do whatever your heart desires, all the way to completion! 90 minutes + Q&A, Bonus: Hacking Cavities *tooth emoji*, Stretch Bonus: Hacking Covid 19 (time permitting) by Michael Krebs

Secret Fourth Floor Boardroom talk (if you can find it)

Sunday 2022-07-24

  • 1300 - 1400: MX: How to create your own global mind - The first 38 years - by Mark "anyone have ketamine?"

Performances

A New HOPE will have a lot of scheduled performances!

The Performances schedule is on the HOPE website at www.hope.net.

Contests

A New HOPE has three contests:

Capture the Flag: Room DAC 311, and potentially open to virtual attendees. More info in the program, and online at hope.dicega.ng. From 2pm Friday to 2pm Sunday

Hacker Karaoke: Friday 2200 Room DAC 416 (Track 1). No advance sign-ups needed. This can be "regular" karaoke, or enhanced with a hacker theme: - Lyrics (hacker-oriented topic, lyrical quality, originality...) - Performance (energy, flair, dance moves, diction...) - Visuals (optional backing video, costumes, backup performers...)

Hackers Got Talent: Saturday 2100 Room DAC 416 (Track 1). This contest is open to all types of talents: singing, dancing, poetry, performance, and more! Bring your best talent to share with A New HOPE.

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.

Food nearby A New HOPE

Please check out our Nearby Food wiki page for places nearby St. John's University to get food and snacks


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


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

Resources

Mobile schedule

HOPE 2022 Schedule app for Android tablets and phones

The app for A New HOPE, called "HOPE 2022," is available (Android only). This is a great way to carry the schedule for A New HOPE on your mobile device. Install via the Google Play store or F-Droid.


On-campus housing

More about on-campus housing is in their brochure. Rooms include a blanket, pillow, bath towel, washcloth, flat sheet, fitted sheet, and pillowcase. Unlike a hotel everyone should bring their own soap, shampoo, hair dryer, etc.