Welcome to the planning page for future IndieWebCamps!
See each individual IndieWebCamp's home page (typically /Year/City ) for planning specific to that camp.
The following IndieWebCamps are planned! Go sign up!
The following IndieWebCamps are currently being planned and need help figuring out a date - help co-organize!
Ordered by date (in order to see what else there may be planned nearby or elsewhere)
The following are twinkles in co-organizer's eyes - help find a venue and/or narrow to a date range!
Other possible cities - no specific plans or dates - just expressions of interest (which is fine too!)
Want to help out with one of those? Say something in IRC and add yourself to the page.
David Shanske is willing to help out with an Indiewebcamp, providing support and planning to the extent possible. This would include some volunteering. Depends on what is needed and when.
Want to organize a 2015 IndieWebCamp in your town and don't see it above?
Creator camp not a hackathon
Q: Is IndieWebCamp a hackathon?
A: IndieWebCamps are creator camps focused on helping everyone develop, grow, and advance their personal indieweb presence.
The term "hackathon" has become to mean some sort of short term event where a group of people come up with a typically new project to develop just for the sake of the hackathon, often in a competitive environment, and often for prizes donated by one or more sponsors.
IndieWebCamp resembles that only in the aspect of group collaboration.
As we do "hack" on stuff (our own websites), IndieWebCamps do have a "hack day" component of it, but certainly not "hackathon" in the commonly understood "corporate hackathon" sense.
Homebrew Website Club
Having trouble finding a co-organizer for your city or unsure how to organize an IndieWebCamp by yourself?
Start a Homebrew Website Club chapter in your city to gather interested individuals and gauge interest in a full weekend IndieWebCamp!
The following 2015 IndieWebCamps have been successfully completed!