AdaCamp is a conference dedicated to increasing women’s participation in open technology and culture: open source software, Wikipedia-related projects, open data, open geo, fan fiction, remix culture, and more. AdaCamp brings women together to build community, discuss issues women have in common across open technology and culture fields, and find ways to address them.
AdaCamp San Francisco will be in San Francisco, California on Saturday June 8 and Sunday June 9, 2013. AdaCamp is the world’s largest event for women in open technology and culture. AdaCamp is a project of the Ada Initiative, a non-profit supporting women in open technology and culture. AdaCamp is named after Countess Ada Lovelace, the first computer programmer.
Attending AdaCamp San Francisco
Attendance at AdaCamp is by invitation, with applications open to the public. Attendees will be selected based on experience in open tech/culture, experience or knowledge of feminism and advocacy, ability to collaborate with others, and any rare or notable experience or background that would add to AdaCamp.
As of May 8, public applications to AdaCamp San Francisco have closed. See the AdaCamp application page for information about being recommended for a waiting list place.
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