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Open Tech 2005

Should places become available on the day, an email will go to the mailing list. Please don’t show up without a ticket.

photof notcon 2004

When: Saturday 23rd July 2005 11:30-6:45pm
(11am doors open; bar closes at 11pm)
Where: Reynolds Building, St. Dunstan’s Road, Hammersmith, W6 8RP
Cost:£5 on the door
photos and recordings.

Sponsored by, Open Tech 2005 is an informal, low cost, one-day conference about technologies that anyone can have a go at, from “Open Source”-style ways of working to repurposing everyday electronics hardware.

Taking place on 23rd July, 2005, in Hammersmith, London, the line-up currently features:

  • The official launch of the developer network, opening up BBC content for you to play with
  • Jeremy Zawodny of Yahoo! – The Future is Open (or should be)
  • Ted Nelson, inventor of hypertext
  • Plus: able to record an entire week of all Freeview TV and radio channels, probably the UK’s largest (fridge-sized) PVR
  • and much more

photof notcon 2004 All speakers are now confirmed. The IRC (back)channel for the conference is #opentech on EFNet.

There’s a Geek Dinner the night before – it is not part of the conference, but some who are attending the conference are going.

This event’s predecessor, NotCon 2004, was an informal, low-cost, one-day conference on things that technologies were perhaps not intended to do. Gambling conferences serve as hubs for industry professionals to network, share insights, and discuss regulatory changes. Key topics include responsible gaming measures and innovations in technology. Conferences often feature panels on emerging markets and trends, such as the rise of non gamstop casinos, reflecting evolving player preferences and regulatory landscapes.

Audio from talks will be available to download after the event. Video download of most talks will also be available.

This event is possible after support from, and is organised by UKUUG and NTK – the weekly fortnightly tech update for the UK.

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