IndieWebCamp Brighton 2019 is on …, the sixth IndieWebCamp in Brighton, England.
IndieWebCamp Brighton is an all-levels BarCamp-like collaboration in Brighton, England for two days of keynotes, brainstorming, creating, teaching, and helping gain more control over our data and lives online!
Learn how to use open web services, software, and technologies to empower yourself and – maybe more importantly – encourage all users to own their own content and identities.
Bring your laptop and mobile devices, we’ll help you get setup to both publish where you want, and keep control of your content!
- 1 RSVP
- 2 Accessibility
- 3 Participating
- 4 Schedule
- 5 Adjacent Events
- 6 Travel and Lodging
- 7 Sessions
- 8 Sponsors
- 9 Organizers
- 10 Previously
- 11 More IndieWebCamps
- 12 See Also
- When: through
- Where: 68 Middle Street, Brighton, England.
- URL: https://indieweb.org/2019/Brighton
- Cost: Tickets are free!
- Please register for a ticket! We need numbers for food and drinks
- Add yourself and what projects you’re working on to the Project Goals page!
Our organizers naturally:
Add yourself and we’ll notify you when sign-ups/RSVPs are open!
- Neil Mather
- Rosemary Orchard
- Chris Burnell
- Calum Ryan
- Martijn van der Ven (might need to bring cake)
- Kevin Marks
- Paul Robert Lloyd
- Daniel Wiegand
- Peter Molnar
- Barry Frost
- Paul Bunkham
- Jeremy Cherfas 2019-09-18 registered
- Sebastiaan Andeweg
- Aaron Parecki
- Add yourself here… (see this for more details)
Whatever your disability we want to make sure IndieWebCamps are accessible to all. If you consider attending IndieWebCamp Brighton and have specific accessibility requirements, contact us in advance and we'll try to make sure that we are able to accommodate you.
Venue accessibility, from 68 Middle St: The Space:
68 Middle St consists of an Auditorium, Meeting Room and lobby with bar area, all of which is fully wheelchair accessible.
All participants must agree to:
Please also consider reading:
- Please reach out to an organizer during the event for any reason, especially if you feel unsafe or unwelcome or feel members are not living up to the standards we set out for ourselves in the above code and guidelines:
Questions about attending and participating?
|Day 1: Discussions||Day 2: Making|
- 2019-10-17 Homebrew Website Club Brighton at Clearleft
- TBD: 2019-10-18 IndieWeb Organizers Meetup at TBD followed by informal dinner meetup
- 2019-10-21…27 MozFest, London, UK
- 2019-10-24 Homebrew Website Club Brighton at Clearleft
Travel and Lodging
Local travel by 🚃 rail, 🚗 car, ⛵️ boat, 🚲 bicycle:
- ✈️ LGW Airport. London Gatwick tends to have more European connections and is the better airport to fly into as it has a quick direct train connection to Brighton.
- ✈️ LHR Airport. London Heathrow has more international connections and may be more convenient to fly into from overseas.
- 🚃 From London St. Pancras International: If you are arriving via Eurostar, the easiest and most direct way of getting to Brighton is via Thameslink trains, which depart regularly from Platform A. It costs £10-20 for a ticket. National Rail has all the timetables and costs. Advance tickets are cheaper, but require you to take a specific train.
- 🚃 From LGW airport: Go to the South Terminal which is connected to the train station where you can buy a ticket to Brighton. The train will drop you off in downtown Brighton about a 15 minute walk from the venue. It costs £10-20 for a ticket. National Rail has all the timetables and costs. Advance tickets are cheaper, but require you to take a specific train.
- 🚄🚈🚃 From LHR airport: There are a couple of options
- 🚄 Heathrow Express to London Paddington Station (fastest ~15-20min, has wifi, pricier), OR
- 🚃 TfL Rail to London Paddington Station (fast ~30min), OR
- 🚈 London Underground Piccadilly line to London Hammersmith (slower ~80-90min, cheaper)
- 🚈 London Underground to Victoria, THEN
- 🚃 Train from Victoria train station to Brighton.
For more information about routes etc.:
- 🚃 Accessible UK Train Timetables
- 🚈 Transport For London (TFL): Plan A Journey for London Underground status and trip planning
🚕 There are local cabs in Brighton, which typically only take cash (£).
🚲 There are three National Cycle Routes within less than 1km of 68 Middle St. Bicycle parking is located inside the venue. Plan your cycle route on CycleStreets.
- Route 2 follows adjacent to the seafront from locations West/East
- Route 20 follows London Road and Preston Road from the North
- Route 90 follows Lewes Road from the North East
🏫 Have a recommended hotel where you have stayed or booked? Add it here:
- My Brighton (formerly My Hotel)
- YHA Brighton (hostel, but a recommended chain. 7 minutes from the venue)
- Jury's Inn
- The Old Ship Hotel
Individual Session wiki pages
68 Middle St is an events space designed to be the home for digital events, local businesses and community groups. Located 50 metres from Brighton beach, 10 minutes walk from Brighton Station and surrounded by great restaurants, bars and shops, 68 Middle Street is in the centre of all Brighton has to offer.
Become a sponsor?
We are currently looking for additional sponsors for this event.
- Add yourself here… (see this for more details)
Volunteer tasks: (feel free to grab one and put it next to your name in the list above!)
- setting up the stickers / pins / name badges table (and checking it regularly)
- setting up the session grid rows and columns in a good spot (see 2016/Brighton for last time)
68 Middle Street space details:
- Main room: capacity 60
- Breakout room 1: capacity: 6 seated, perhaps a few more standing around, whiteboard
- Breakout common space: capacity: ~10
Organizer notes and tasks
- Jeremy Keith: pick a keynote speaker
- figure out Remote Participation, and document how-to here!
- Tantek Çelik: document expenses
Questions for Organizers
Add your questions and requests below
Put suggestions for IndieWebCamp Brighton 2019 here.
- follow up on Jeremy Keith's idea for repost licence detection algorithm 
- request from Paul Robert Lloyd: guarantee Remote Participation that is high quality enough to make this statement:
If you are travelling from further afield, please consider the environmental impact of your travel choices, and remember that you can attend remotely. Remote attendees are equal attendees, and every effort is made to enable two way communication and participation.