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* [[LIVESTREAM]]: Watching HOPE on the Live Stream over the Internet
 
* [[LIVESTREAM]]: Watching HOPE on the Live Stream over the Internet
 
* The live stream is archived pretty quickly at [https://archive.org/details/hopeconf2020 Archive dot org]
 
* 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]].
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* 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.
 
* For workshops, see the [[BigBlueButton How-To]]: This is the teleconferencing software for most workshops
 
* For workshops, see the [[BigBlueButton How-To]]: This is the teleconferencing software for most workshops
 
* [[Knowledge Base]]: Entry to information for attendees, presenters and volunteers
 
* [[Knowledge Base]]: Entry to information for attendees, presenters and volunteers

Revision as of 19:15, 25 July 2020

HOPE 2020 is Happening!

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.

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).

The links to real-time text transcriptions are on the REAL_TIME_TEXT page (one transcription per talk or keynote).

Workshop registration

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.

Helpful information for attendees and presenters

Information about HOPE is available online at www.hope.net. This wiki will be supporting conference planning and implementation.

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.

We want to help 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. Throughout the conference, many EFF people will be giving talks on 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.
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 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)

We created a full page of Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) and it will be updated as we get new information. Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)


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