TL;DR Hackerspaces are community-operated physical places,
where people can meet and work on their projects.
A hackerspace is a physical location where many different projects take place, and people from all walks of life meet to discuss ideas related to culture, technology and hacking. There are no restrictions on the types of topics discussed here, even if it's probably largely going to be electronics, software, old fax machines and robots that make everything possible. Robots building other robots or guerilla knitting, for example. It's pretty much up to the members (you!) hanging out here.
The purpose of Gothenburg Hackerspace is to create digital, cultural and social artifacts as well as to disseminate knowledge and promote openness and freedom. The Gothenburg Hackerspace laboratory also manufactures culture.
GHS is a religiously and politically independent non-profit organization (legal info).
Our platforms are open for everyone and to anything that complies with our code of conduct. We will assume all visitors (including you and me) have read and agreed upon this document before arriving to the physical hackerspace(s), or engaging in any of our digital activities. Thanks for understanding this opportunity to keep our world an equal and stimulating space for everyone.
Read about our hackerspace and regular meetups.
Full list of ways to contact us available here.
The member fee for Gothenburg Hackerspace is split in two parts:
|Membership fee||50 SEK / year|
|Lab usage fee||20 SEK / month (240 SEK / year)|
Hackers under the age of 18 are admitted free of any charge.