The second day of the symposium is a free-to-attend, hands-on unconference (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Unconference), self-organized on the spot by whoever shows up. (Trust us, this works.)
In past years we’ve had workshops, panels, talks that didn’t make it into day 1, debates, radio shows, and many unstructured conversations. The unconference is what you make it.
Unconference participants will collectively fill the schedule grid first thing Saturday morning. We'll provide three big meeting rooms with projectors, whiteboards, and markers. Smaller informal discussions can occur in the lobby and cafe areas.
venue: District Hall (http://districthallboston.org/) in Boston, capacity ~150
8:30 doors open
9:00 unconference planning session
10:00 sessions begin
5:00–6:30 happy hour
snacks (Typesafe): there will be coffee, orange juice, bagels, and pastries in the morning. thank you Typesafe (https://typesafe.com)!
Localytics Happy Hour: there will be a happy hour at District Hall from 5:00–6:30 — free beer & wine ’til the money runs out. thank you Localytics (http://www.localytics.com)!
code of conduct: Be kind (http://www.nescala.org/#kindness)