This year's Hacker Lounge will be open all day during the conference, as well as in the evenings.
This is a big, well-equipped room where attendees can gather to chat, hack, and collaborate. There'll be plenty of wifi, power strips, beverages, and snacks in a comfortable and friendly space. This will be a popular gathering spot between sessions and in the evenings. To get the most out of the Hacker Lounge, we challenge you to be bold, introduce yourself to new people, offer to work on projects, team up on research and experimentation, etc. For more details, see the Hacker Lounge returns to Open Source Bridge blog post.
We're making a special effort to bring active open source projects into the Hacker Lounge. If you are a project developer or contributor, consider scheduling a time when people can collaborate, discuss, and brainstorm.
Interested in hosting a table for your project? Email email@example.com.
This year's Hacker Lounge is sponsored by Intel and will be open all day during the conference, as well as in the evenings.
Bill and Cat will be demoing their Art and Lights Project (also highlighted in their session)
Dietrich will demo FIrefox OS from Mozilla in preparation for the Friday Firefox OS Application Competition (they're giving away a Flame!)
Shauna will be demoing for OpenHatch!
Maja will be demoing the One and Done project from Mozilla
The Trimet Open Data Developer Series Hackathon starts at 6pm! (details)
A video of a german television series was enjoyed by several people, Ijon Tichy, Raumpilot: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xO9ppicjlFg