geohackweek 2016 Wiki
- Geohackweek will take place Mon-Fri, Nov 14-18 in the eScience Institute's Data Science Studio, located on the 6th floor of the Physics/Astronomy Tower at the University of Washington.
- Doors open at 8:15 am each morning (Monday-Friday). Breakfast and coffee will be provided until 9 am and we will start the morning sessions at 9:00 am sharp.
- due to space limitations, only registered geohack participants will be allowed to attend the tutorials and open working sessions. The Google Earth engine introductory lecture is open to the public.
- participants are expected to attend all scheduled geohack activities. Contact an organizer if any circumstances prevent you from attending.
- Breakfast and lunch is provided for all days. Coffee and snacks will be available throughout each day.
- Dinner and drinks will be provided on Monday. There will be a reception on Wednesday evening with drinks provided. Participants are expected to take care of their own dinners Tuesday through Friday.
- If you plan to drink alcohol at our catered events, please be sure to bring ID as the bartenders are required to check.
- contact an organizer if you have dietary restrictions and we can provide additional information.
Internet access and communication
- For information on wireless access, you can either use Eduroam, if it's available to you, or we'll give you guest access to the UW network on the first day.
- Twitter: #Geohackweek
- Slack: https://geohackweek2016.slack.com
- Please review our Code of Conduct.
- Please arrive with your laptop ready for tutorial and project work, following our instructions here. Contact us on Slack (#preliminary_setup) if you have any difficulties. Checklist:
- If you haven't done so already, please add your name to the Participants List page (send information to @lsetiawan on slack)
- review the Project Guidelines and begin communicating with organizers and other participants about possible project ideas