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Hacker Dojo: Anarchy with Respect
 

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Hacker Dojo is a physical manifestation of the Open Source ethos. These are the slides I used when giving my talk at Open Source Bridge in Portland http://opensourcebridge.org/

Hacker Dojo is a physical manifestation of the Open Source ethos. These are the slides I used when giving my talk at Open Source Bridge in Portland http://opensourcebridge.org/

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  • Back in August of 2005, a group of friends gathered together to have the equivalent of a reverse LAN party: instead of playing games from dusk until dawn, they pondered creating games from dusk until dawn.Okay, maybe not so elaborate as building a game in twenty four hours, but definitely a party where the focus was to build something in 12 or so hours, and show it off in the morning over breakfast.
  • super happy dev houseLAN party12 attending6 stayed all night
  • Of the twelve people who started that evening, six made it to morning. From that weekend, one project survived. It's doing pretty well.SHDH 30, jan 2009Coworking places, but they don’t have community
  • The party happened again the next month, then continued every four to six weeks after that. While the event itself grew in size, it varied in timing and location. It grew beyond the house specifically, and into sponsored locations, such as SocialText, Sun Microsystems and Google.At Super Happy Dev House 30, in January 2009, at Sun Microsystems, we hit a local maximum of 376 people, and the organizers had to ask, what if we could have a dev house 24 hours a day? How awesome would that be?
  • SHDH 30, jan 2009Coworking places, but they don’t have community
  • Everything open, communal
  • Everything open, communal
  • Volunteer organizations 5% do 90% of the work
  • Members pay for everything, access to everything
  • Everything open, communal

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  • hacker dojo
  • from dusk until dawn
  • scratch your own itch
  • ¡ not invented here !
  • many eyes
  • patches count
  • free as in speechnot as in puppies
  • has no owner
  • experimenting
  • rapid feedback
  • no central authority
  • oh, but wait
  • trolls
  • all talk, no action
  • politics
  • transparency
  • fork it
  • http://hackerdojo.com/http://github.com/hackerdojo@hackerdojo
  • phew!