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What is #pubcamp, anyway?
PublicMediaCamp, or PubCamp for short, is a nationwide series of gathering focused on forging greater collaboration between public media organizations and their communities. Inspired by unconferences such as Foocamp and Barcamp, PubCamps are informal opportunities for techies and community media makers to get together with NPR and PBS staff and develop projects together.
Who is in charge of this thing?
#PubCampWest is a collaboration between KQED, KPCC and PBS SoCal.
Is there an agenda?
The loosely styled conference will tackle three topics: Integrating Online, Election 2012, and Reaching the Whole Community. A few weeks prior to the conference, we’ll let you pitch and vote on topic ideas.
Do you have to be part of public media or on the West Coast to come?
Nope. We’re inviting everyone: developers, bloggers, other media types and the general public. If you live outside of California, you’re invited, too.
Can I help?
Of course! We’d love help. Contact Kim Bui (kbui at scprdotorg)
Will there be food and drink?
Yes. We’ve got some food and drink coming. But if you would like to contribute food, drink or more, please let us know.
Will there be Wi-Fi and places for me to plug in?
We’ll have free wi-fi and some places for you to plug in, if need be.
Do I have to RSVP?
Yes. We can only fit so many people! RSVP here, please.