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Chaosstuff Inauguration

Remember remember the 5th of November… yeah you totally should because November the 5th was the official inauguration of our Hackerspace “Chaosstuff”! A precious date for a precious event so to say.

Soldering Workshop - Soldering Arduino FOSDEM 85 kits
metalgamer mixing his finest cocktails!
Speech about our club. History, Present and Future!

Our fellow Hackers actually cleaned up the two rooms, held a soldering workshop, mixed cocktails for all and made sure you won't leave hungry! We had enough visitors to DDoS the rooms capacities. I guess that was because our Hackerspace houses more than one NGO. The Chaos Computer Club Lëtzebuerg wanted to create a Hackerspace where more NGOs could gather. Currently we also house the Frënn vun der Ënn and the Repaircafé Luxembourg. More clubs = more traffic at the Inauguration. Still everything went fine and we all had a good time.

The “Labo” where we fix broken Hardware for the Repaircafé Project

We would like to thank YOU for coming by. We hope that you found a new cool place to work on your projects and a community to share your knowledge with. More impressions of the day can be found here!

2016/12/11 22:45 · virii

35th Anniversary

Today, 35 years ago, the Chaos Computer Club was founded in Berlin. Back in these days, Hackers were still a sub-culture which were looked very negatively upon and were feared by people through all society.

Nowadays Hackers and the formed culture around them are irreplaceable for their expertise in IT-Security, data privacy, digital foresight and many other topics in these domains.

I guess, a good way to get to know the way of Hackers or CCC is either to tag along for an event of ours, or watch this short report on the CCC in Germany an its history.

Nonetheless, never forget to Hack on!

2016/09/12 23:08 · prometheus


We are happy to announce, that the first stand-alone version of [h]ackyard was a full success. Internet was stable at an average rate of 21 Mbit down and 3 Mbit up, no deads, but a few injured hackers and a fabulous ambience amongst attendees.

A flashback in numbers:

Attendees: 19 (17 adults & 2 kids)
Antennas: 3
Tshunks: too much
Club-Mate: 3 crates
Viva 0,25: 2 crates
Cola 0,25: 1 crates
Beer 0,33: 1 crate
Hammocks: 6
Bars: 1 and a half
Firewood: 15 crates
Colourized lights: 3

Visual impressions will be referenced on the regarding wiki page.

We'll be back next year; harder, better, faster, stronger, hackier.

2016/09/11 10:37 · prometheus
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