• Mainly or entirely "unconference" or "BarCamp" in style , i.e. ad hoc, anyone can run a session.
  • Many presentations will be announced beforehand (and can be listed on the registration page when that is set up, like at the BarCamp wiki).
  • Ideas for session types include:
    • 20 min sessions on the Saturday and 30 min on the Sunday (this was popular at BarCampSydney3)
    • One or more pitch sessions, where presenters get a few minutes each to describe/promote their idea.
    • Technology sessions - as above but describing a sustainable or appropriate technology
    • Speed networking - like speed dating... but with less hope of romance.
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