Important right now: Ticket sales is open at https://holvi.com/shop/OKF-Finland/
How can I participate?
- OKF Finland Convention will take place in Tuusula 8-9 Feb. 2013
- Right now, the ticket sales is open here: https://holvi.com/shop/OKF-Finland/ there are maximum 100 places in the convention
- We have still few places for voluntary helpers who get discounted ticket read more about applying as volunteer!
- Check the event on Facebook and Meetup and spread the word
- See who else is coming http://bit.ly/OKF_Finland_convention_participants
The agenda has eight plenary sessions for everybody, fifteen breakout sessions from different topics for doing and learning, two longer project sprints for programmers, four OKF Finland working group sessions and several easy going activities. This may seem fully packed, but we have also reserved flexible un-conference time and space that can be used for ad-hoc discussions etc. during the event.
Sorry, but the title is actually a bit misleading – at OKF Convention, you get the programme for free, but we need to cover the accomodation, the premises and the adundant feasting that the kitchen has to offer. That’s why instead of tickets we have Convention passes available and with one, you’re allowed to participate as much as you want to!
- Full 24h pass 128€
Full 24h pass entitles you to attend, participate, organize, get accomodated, go to sauna, and enjoy three meals, breakfast, snacks and drink all the coffee you need. This is the pass that you need to get most out of your OKF Convention experience!
- Volunteer pass 64€
Volunteer passes are intended for participants who are not able to take part without discounted price, and instead are willing to help organize the convention. This does not mean organizing the sessions, but volunteering in all kinds of general tasks. The passes are meant especially for students and unemployed and we offer only a limited amount of them, so be quick and read more about applying for one!
- Sponsor pass 384€
We offer organizations with similar spirit that we have an unique opportunity to make a difference within the Open Knowledge movement in Finland. Please contact core team member Joonas Pekkanen for more information.