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<Allie`> i feel a strong desire to sit in a field and do the same things i do at home but in a field with my pals
The hackerspace goes camping.
We pick a field and get our toys out. Play by day, drink around a fire by night.
31 May - 2 June 2019
Northern Scotland. Forgue, Near Huntly.
It's roughly an hour's drive inland from Aberdeen.
There is a train station 12km or so away in Huntly.
There will be some people driving who might have spare seats - this information appears on the Attendees page usually. They may be available to shuttle you to/from the train station too!
Everything, and probably a kitchen sink.
We like to go somewhere with very few amenities (and poor connectivity). You should bring whatever you need to survive, a project to hack on/make/play with and some stuff to burn too.
campGND is free to attend, just bring yourself and what you think will make a great event!
Ticketing isn't something we do, you sign up by adding yourself to the attendees page.
Don't worry - our attendees have some camping gear available for to borrow!
Check the page to see what's available, or to offer your own gear!
This year at campGND we're really excited to be running a series of talks! The more talks the better! If you have some interesting science/techie/art/craft project or thing to talk about, we'd love you to share it with us. If you're an inexperienced speaker or you've never given a talk before, CampGND is a good place to start - we don't bite.
Add a talk to the Submissions page and we'll schedule it!
We have been issued a special event callsign for campGND, GB1GND. We will have many licensed radio amateurs around that can supervise the station (make sure you are recording in the logbook when you are supervising the station) and non-licensed campers can play radio too under the supervision of someone with a full license.
If you're bringing radio kit, please add it to the list:
During the camp, there will likely also be activity on the standard hacker UHF channel: 433.550MHz.
Nicko - Black/grey raincoat - mountain warehouse brand
Jim - camouflaged tarp/poncho
Allie - sanity, tiny bottle of sriracha