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A BarCamp is a common and popular type of unconference, where participants give talks (typically 20 to 30 minutes), posting them on a schedule board. Specific talks and timings are arranged on the day.
Normally there are at least two or three rooms and participants are encouraged to move to a place where they are either learning or otherwise benefiting, or contributing.