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When
2009-07-25 from 12:00 to 2009-07-26 at 17:00
Where
Automattic, Pier 38, The Embarcadero between Brannan and Townsend, San Francisco, CA, 94107. View location at latitude:37.782769, longitude:-122.387837
MUNI: Brannan (N,T)
BART: Embarcadero station, then take MUNI N-Judah inbound or T-Third inbound to Brannan stop.
Caltrain: 4th & King st., then take MUNI N-Judah outbound or T-Third outbound to Brannan stop.
What
microformatsDevCamp! The first ever microformatsDevCamp, for authors, designers, publishers, developers, engineers building pages, sites, and tools with microformats.
How much
$20 suggested donation (gets you a t-shirt while supplies last). No one turned away for lack of funds.
URLs
http://microformats.org/wiki/events/2009-07-25-dev-camp
http://upcoming.yahoo.com/event/2888376/
http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=102571118403
short URL
http://tr.im/ufdevcamp


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Contents

Sponsors

microformatsDevCamp is made possible thanks to the generosity of our corporate and individual sponsors!

Sponsorships

Help sponsor microformatsDevCamp:

For meals, we're planning on something simple like bagels+coffee for breakfast (note: Tantek will purchase supplies for Sunday morning); or pizza or indian delivery (Deedees Indian Food!). We'll arrange for sponsors to pay vendors directly...

attendees

microformatsDevCamp, like any BarCamp, needs you - Sign up to volunteer, attend, design, code, and build with microformats!

volunteers

Like all BarCamps, this event is what it is because of what everyone puts into it. Volunteer to help setup, check people in, get them setup with a name badge, clean up, and help people in general have a good time and get things done.

  • Cindy Li - designer, helping with microformatsDevCamp logo design. done!
  • Beau Lebens - developer, Automattic, [Dented Reality]. I know my way around the venue, so can help sort out power strips, projectors etc
  • ...

participants

Please register with this online form.

Want to design interfaces or build stuff with microformats and want help doing it? Sign up! Add yourself. Note your site (with hCard if you have it), interests/projects, and tag yourself as a web author, designer, IA, publisher, developer, UI-tester - pick at least one.

  1. Tantek Çelik - developer, designer (user interface interaction)
  2. Yury Lifshits
  3. Mark Ng
  4. Rohit Khare - developer
  5. Jason Bolton - front-end designer
  6. Micah Alpern - designer (user interface interaction) (will be there Sunday).
  7. Edward O'Connor (Ted) - author, designer, developer, publisher
  8. Stephen Paul Weber - developer, publisher
  9. Kevin Burton - developer
  10. Dane Hurtubise - developer
  11. JR Conlin - developer, publisher
  12. Chirag Shah - developer
  13. Jesse Hammons - developer Zaggle Social Calendar
  14. Matthew Levine - developer
  15. Faruk Ateş - UX Designer, developer
  16. David Strauss - Drupal, developer
  17. Huy Hong - Frontend Developer, UI/UX/UE, UGC nut
  18. Jeremy Anderson - UX/UI/ID Designer, developer
  19. Lauren Scime - front end designer / developer
  20. Chad Weider developer, designer, front-end, back-end, etc.
  21. (and about 35 more folks, according to Upcoming as of noon Thursday 2009-7-23)
  22. ...

schedule

Outline of schedule for the weekend - more details at the DevCamp!

  • Saturday July 25th
    • 11:00am - planners+volunteers onsite for setup
    • 12:00pm - registration, lunch
    • intro session, what is a devcamp, introductions
    • hack/project brainstorming and proposals
    • day 1 building sessions
    • dinner
    • day 1 demos and social hour
    • evening open hacking session (like DevHouse) / iteration on hacks/projects
  • Sunday July 26th
    • 10:00am - breakfast
    • day 2 working sessions on hacks/projects
    • 12:30pm lunch
    • day 2 working sessions continued
    • second day demos and wrap-up
    • venue clean-up
    • 5pm venue exit

venue

Automattic has very graciously agreed to host microformatsDevCamp. The venue has:

  • wifi
  • power. power outlets, extension cords, power strips
  • 4-5 rooms/meeting areas.
  • 3 projectors
  • 1 whiteboard.
  • sink, water.

As Automattic is donating the venue, as participants it is our responsibility to take excellent care of the venue, leaving it as good or better than we found it.

Some amount of camping overnight at the venue will be possible.

nearby food

Suggestions for nearby (easy/quick walking distance) drinks, snacks, food.

tags

Please use the following tags when tagging related content (blog posts, photos, videos):

tags: #ufdevcamp ufdevcampsf microformats microformatsDevCamp microformatsDevCampSF microformats-meetup BarCamp BarCamp2009 Automattic The-Embarcadero san-francisco upcoming:event=2888376

Track:

Groups:

notes

topics discussed:

  • ...

hack ideas

Have an idea for a hack/project session? Please read What is a DevCamp? and then suggest something or add a "+1" to existing suggestions, and sign your suggestion or opinion with your Username with ~~~

  • microformats and user sign-up user interface - how can importing and subscribing to hCards help make user sign-up easier and thus get more users signed up quicker? Tantek
  • using hCard to build a self-updating address book - in the search for an address book/contact list that actually stays up to date, hCard may be the key. Beau Lebens
  • microWall - make sure to print a screen-shot of every microformat-savvy tool that comes up during the camp, and stick them on the wall. It will be an amazing backdrop for a group photo... Rohit
  • CSS3, HTML5 and microformats "Zen Garden" - same premise as the CSS Zen Garden of yore, but with a strong emphasis on CSS3 advancements, microformats enrichment and done in HTML5. Faruk Ateş
  • hCard to Google Address Book bookmarlet. Singpolyma
  • ...

projects

Please create a wiki page for any hack/project session you lead or attend and link to it from here.

photographs

  • ...

blog posts

Blog posts about the devCamp. Newest first.

see also

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Related Pages

microformatsDevCamp is one of several microformats events.

planner to-do

planners

Want to help organize and plan the first microformatsDevCamp? Sign up and be sure to pick up a planner role (see below).

planner roles

Role info / details:

  • intro and kickoff - run the introductory session and help start the microformatsDevCamp with traditional BarCamp intros/3tags and explanation of the BarCamp format.
  • food - coordinate / match up sponsors with meals and make sure the meals arrive and are setup for event participants during the event.
  • sponsor wrangler - for food, t-shirts. per definition given in: http://www.cleverclevergirl.com/?p=10 :

    Drafts a message to send to potential sponsors, follows up leads from others for potential sponsors, collects info, logos (in vector format), and money from sponsors and also sees that receipts (if necessary) are issued at the end.

  • t-shirts - get estimate, make sure to order in time for the event. Ben Ward has done some work on this - check with him.
  • volunteer coordinator - recruit and organize volunteers the day of the event to help out with food, setup
  • cleanup - enlist help of volunteers and all devCamp participants to help with cleanup
  • setup - be in charge of setup the day of, coordinate with venue on setup plenty of time *before* the start of the camp! setup: power cords, power strips, calendar grid for sessions, tables and chairs in rooms/meeting areas, projectors
  • welcome desk - welcome microformatsDevCamp attendees at the entrance of the venue, make sure they get a name tag and instruct them to tag themselves as primarily/secondarily being a web author, designer, publisher, developer, pick at least one. (as they should also do when the sign up on the wiki in the attendees section above!)

T-shirts

  • get estimates from vendor(s) for different quantities
    • get vendor contact info from Ben Ward who has already looked into this and found a reliable vendor that can deliver high quality t-shirts in a week or less time.
    • Suggestion: 100 shirts, provide them to individuals who sponsor microformatsDevCamp with a $20 or more donation to help pay for t-shirts and snacks/food (if any funds from covering t-shirts are remaining). Tantek 17:40, 17 July 2009 (UTC)
  • make/reuse design (get original t-shirt design details from Dan Cederholm)
  • order/print - make sure folks who donated at the 4th bday party get their shirts
  • T-shirts are ordered! Printer is The Screen Print Guy located out on 23rd Ave. Will be available for pickup by Friday July 24th. (This is great! Tantek 01:03, 21 July 2009 (UTC))
    • Total # of shirts ordered: 100. Size breakdown: Men's: 10 small, 30 medium, 25 large. Women's: 10 small, 15 medium, 10 large.
    • Total cost: $918.00 (would have been cheaper but they had a surcharge for the rush order). I have charged 50% of the cost already to place the order. Other 50% due at time of pickup.

Note that, including cash donations from the 4th birthday party, we have pledges for ~$1850 to budget with as of 2009-7-24 Rohit

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