WhereCamp EU 2011 in Berlin is almost upon us and now is a good time to firm up details for this 2-day geo-fest. Well, at least as much as you can firm up the schedule for an unconference that is.
Doors will open for registration at WhereCamp EU at 9.00 AM at GLS Sprachenzentrum, Kastanienallee 82, 10435 Berlin. There’ll be coffee and a light breakfast waiting for you. The day will formally kick off at 10.00 AM in the main hall and sessions will run throughout the day until 4.00 PM when Skobbler will be running some location based gaming mayhem.
There’s no formal plans for dinner on Friday night but, weather permitting, we’ll try to head to the venerable Prater Garten at Kastanienalle 7-9. They’ve been known to serve some rather fine German beers and all manner of BBQ’d goodness. Prater has around 600 seats so we should be able to all fit in.
Saturday’s sessions will start at 10.00 AM back at GLS and we’ll wrap up proceedings at 4.30 PM.
There will be wifi throughout the GLS premises but please be mindful of your fellow WhereCampers who may be trying to connect to the wifi by running only one device on the wifi at a time. Bringing a 3G USB stick or mifi is probably a good idea as a back up.
If you get the urge to live-blog through the two days, please go ahead but let us know on Twitter at @wherecampeu so we can publicise your good work. And talking of Twitter, the hashtag for the event will be the accurate but unimaginative #wceu. If you take pictures during the day, please tag them as wceu so we can find them.
See you all in Berlin on Friday; it’ll be a geotastic experience for one and all.