Dat Hack Meeting
A public space with lightning talks and self-organized sessions, to hear the latest news about peer-to-peer applications built with Dat, meet the developers, and learn about how you can help build the next-generation web.
- May 19th, Berlin, 2019
- 13:00 - 20:00 for talks, co-hacking, sessions, and food
- Trust is a space for platform design and utopian conspiracy.
- Kluckstr. 25, 10785 Berlin
Trust is a medium-sized venue and the limit is 65 people. To ensure your spot,
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- 1300 - 1400, arrive, lunch, coffee, hacking
- 1400 - 1530, a series of short talks (livestreamed!)
- 1530 - 2000, self-organized sessions
- 2000 - ??, co-hacking, more food, beverages
Talks and Sessions
- Growing a local p2p community by Gina Giampaolo
- The Unwalled.Garden protocol: How Beaker uses dat for identity, social applications, and content publishing by Paul Frazee
- Getting Dat cash: fundraising can be fun by Karissa McKelvey
- The future of the Dat commandline: where do we go from here? by Joe Hand
- State of Dat Protocol: Roadmap for developer-facing APIs by Mathias Buus
- Dat with multiplayer 3D scenes: build and distribute a 3D scene with decentralized multiplayer by Georgiy Shibaev
- Metaphors for Dat: explaining p2p protocols by Eileen Wagner
- Cabal: p2p chat on kappa-core by Alexander Cobleigh
- Wireline: p2p collaborative parties by Maximiliano Fierro and Chris Waclawek
- Writing Dat from scratch in C++ by Paolo Fragomeni
- Event costs covered by Dat Protocol team via Code for Science and Society and Handshake.
- Lunch and refreshments sponsored by Wireline.
Code of Conduct
Read the Code of Conduct here.