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 virtual activities. Thanks for understanding this opportunity to keep our world an equal and stimulating space for everyone.
The main protocol for our realtime updates is IRC, the Internet Relay Chat network.
Our channel name is
#ghs on the Freenode network (irc.freenode.net).
We have fancy hostname cloaks for usage in the name of anonymity. Ask on the IRC channel for more info.
We have a (low frequency) mailing list, to which you subscribe by sending this address an empty message:
We have weekly social gatherings at our physical hackerspace. Come by and visit us on Saturday between 15.00-17:00 CET.
Also you can ask on IRC if someone is around at any other time.
Full calendar and feed links available.
Our physical address is Vegagatan 1, Gothenburg (Sweden).
The public transit system in Gothenburg is run by Västtrafik and consists of trams, buses and two ferries.
Website to plan your route:
Nearest stops for commuting, sorted by ascending distance:
GPS coordinates should be
We also have an IRC interface to making transit queries. Visit our IRC channel and make acquintance with our neighbourhood bot Gliderbot! It can help out planning your route to the hackerspace by several means of transport:
<user> gliderbot: get me from brunnsparken to oskar fredriks kyrka <gliderbot> user: Buss 60: 05:31 Brunnsparken (Masthugget) > Oscar Fredriks Kyrka 05:40 [9m]
Apart from our regular weekday meetings we have even more stuff going on. Next 30 days:
|2016/07/04 18:00||GHS Free Code Workshop||The GHS Code Workshop is a free summer course for people who want to try out programming and technology. If you've wanted to try coding, but never knew how to begin, this is a good place to start.\n\nWe'll focus on making a welcoming environment where it's easy to ask questions. Making mistakes is an important part of programming, so we'll encourage a curious behaviour rather than doing everything right on the first try.\n\nThe course material uses Python with PyGame to teach basic programming techniques by making arcade games. It's all non-obligatory, meaning you're welcome to do your own thing if you want.\n\nThe course will be held every monday in July\;\n4th of July\n11th of July\n18th of July\n25th of July\n\nRead more at: http://ghscodeworkshop.blogspot.se/\n\nFor any questions regarding the course, email Sebastian:\firstname.lastname@example.org\n\nFB event: https://www.facebook.com/events/1752464288332849/||Omställningsverkstan, Vegagatan 1, 413 11 Göteborg, Sweden|
If you have any questions about the hackerspace or the organization running it, talk to these people.
You can also follow us at various social media platforms. These accounts are seldom checked for incoming messages and mostly used for relaying outgoing news or media artefacts - please use IRC, the mailing list or stop by the hackerspace for active communication!
Merged HTML or RSS feed of social media is available.
News updates from this wiki are automatically exported to some of the mentioned sites.