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COVID-19 Update: ToorCamp 2022 is proceeding
ToorCamp is a multi-day gathering where we focus on technology and its integration into society. This wiki can be used as a tool for organizing or prototyping anything, including campsites, carpools, sharing tools and other sundries. It can also be used to record and share what we have done at the camp. The official website, http://toorcamp.org, is the authoritative source for information. Our Discord: chat.toorcon.net and Google Group: https://groups.google.com/forum/?fromgroups#!forum/toorcamp is where people tend to talk.
We are inspired by the hacker camps in The Netherlands and Germany. We hope to form groups, build structures, setup art projects, throw parties!
ToorCon is the major organizer. We also work with other hacker conferences in the US. Your registration fee covers the power and internet -- you create the rest! Play, learn, and share!
ToorCamp 2022 will be located at the Doe Bay Resort & Spa on Orcas Island, WA. The venue features 31 on-site cabins, 8 yurts, 2 geodesic domes, and full camping facilities so this year is all about relaxing and hanging out with other technology enthusiasts. We are scheduling the camp on July 13-17th so it doesn't conflict with the bigger conferences and give people the chance to take some extra time off from work, unwind, learn some new skills, and hack on projects.
Traveling to Camp
Some tips on getting to the region and out to Orcas Island.
Security, Internet, Emerging Technologies, Hardware Hacking, and Privacy. Sign up to be a speaker!
Listen to talks in the Prime Dome
Sign up for Lightning Talks here!
Can you think of a better way to spend a summer night than kicking back on a hammock, grilling up something on the BBQ, and hanging out with good friends? Whether you just want to kick back on the beach, learn to meditate, stay up all night writing code, or dancing the night away, we guarantee you’ll have a great time.
There will be a bunch of fun contests at the camp. The first one we’re releasing information on is Titanium Chef! Similar to the popular Iron Chef TV Show, Titanium Chef is a cooking contest for hackers where contestants are given a special ingredient and they have a limited amount of time to cook the best meal that they can.
You are cordially invited to the second biennial ToorCamp Stupid Hackathon. The Stupid Hackathon presents an opportunity to create the most useless, dangerous and/or variously unwise things you can imagine.
EuphoriaCTF is a capture the flag contest that takes the form of a hacking simulation where you will complete a progressive set of challenges involving hacking history, cracking passwords, data analysis, reverse engineering, and exploitation!
An open air night market and swap meet every night at the volleyball courts!
Decorate your village or tent and win the adoration of your fellow DeerPunk campers and some cool prizes!
There's a number of contests and competitions going on throughout the camp!
We have 2 days scheduled for hands-on workshops. Learn something new, or teach Blacksmithing, Lock Picking, Orienteering, Logic Design, Archery - Check out the latest schedule here.
In addition to the standard talks and workshops, Villages will be self-organizing their own activities that will be listed as part of our Self-organized Sessions.
Bring a project to camp! List your projects here so other people can check it out or get involved!
ToorCamp as a whole will consist of many different themed Villages. If you are interested in running your own village, please submit it to the village submission form, which will automatically create a wiki page to help organize your group.
We'll be posting up our frequently asked questions as well as guides for what to bring and expect at the camp. If you have any questions that aren't covered here, please feel free to email me at email@example.com, join and post to our Google Group, or join our Discord server at chat.toorcon.net.
Kids workshops for your little ones! Make sure to register them!
ToorCamp loves dogs, but we have some rules and regulations this year. Most importantly, please register your dog by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
This year because of the location, we're limited to 600 participants at ToorCamp and to better prepare we would like everyone to register as soon as possible. Tickets are: SOLD OUT.
We're looking for volunteers that can help out during the camp as well as come out early to help setup or stay later and help clean up. We'll be posting more volunteer information in this section in the coming months. If you're interested in volunteering, please email email@example.com.
We're looking for sponsors to help make ToorCamp even more awesome. If your company is interested in sponsoring, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Code of Conduct
We now have a shiny new code of conduct! Check it out.
Important Dates 2022
Skipped due to pandemic. We briefly considered 2021, but pandemic continued.
ToorCamp 2018 was located at the Doe Bay Resort & Spa on Orcas Island, WA. The venue features 31 on-site cabins, 8 yurts, 2 geodesic domes, and full camping facilities so this year is all about relaxing and hanging out with other technology enthusiasts. The camp was on June 20th-24th so it doesn't conflict with the bigger conferences and give people the chance to take some extra time off from work, unwind, learn some new skills, and hack on projects.
ToorCamp 2016 was located at the Doe Bay Resort & Spa on Orcas Island, WA. The venue features 31 on-site cabins, 8 yurts, 2 geodesic domes, and full camping facilities so this year is all about relaxing and hanging out with other technology enthusiasts. We are scheduling the camp on June 8th-12th so it doesn't conflict with the bigger conferences and give people the chance to take some extra time off from work, unwind, learn some new skills, and hack on projects.
Neah Bay washington. Lasers. Prime Dome, Cellular Telephone Network, POTS telephone
In the rainforest, everything gets wet. Towels set out to dry become more damp instead. Condensation drips from exhaust fans.
Missile Silo. Sand, wind, really hard core people.