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UPDATE: November 22, 2008

Due to schedule conflicts we will not be able to bring this MobileCamp to New Delhi this time around, therefore we are canceling the event. Thank you so much for your efforts, feedback and support. Really, it as much appreciated! Our enthusiasm won't just die there - we hope to pass on the vibes to some who may be interested in running this Barcamp in the end. Email us and we would be happy to share our plans for hosting and running this event.

Best vibes,

Crystal Ginn + Radhika Rai









What is a MobileCamp?

BarCamp is an ad-hoc gathering born from the desire for people to share and learn in an open environment. It is an intense event with discussions, demos, and interaction from participants. Check out the TheRulesOfBarCamp to learn what to expect.

MobileCamp is a mobile technology themed BarCamp. They aim to bring together mobile enthusiasts, explorers and professionals to share the current state and their visions for the future direction of mobility. A MobileCamp hopes to support the many voices helping to unlock the potential of a truly digital life. Topics may include - but are not limited to - mobile gaming, entrepreneurship, social mobility and presence, near field communication, physical hyperlinking, mobile storytelling, the importance of open standards, protocols, and platforms, linux based devices, and mobility on other continents.

In May 2007, the first such event, MobileCampNYC was held in New York City. 


 :: We hope to see one take place in India one day as well! ::


A sample schedule

  • Welcome note
  • Session-setup (adding your session to the grid) & Introductions
  • 1st round of sessions and workshops
  • Break
  • 2nd round of sessions and workshops
  • Wrap up
  • Post camp gathering around town



A sample of the flow of the event


  • Sessions: 30-minute sessions on topics of interest. Can be a talk, discussion, panel, or whatever format you want. Sessions will be scheduled live during BarCamp by writing your name and topic on the event grid. To offer or request a session topic, see our list below
  • Workshops: Up to 1 hour can be reserved to show and share with others what you are passionate about. Workshops are a lot of fun and we want to encourage you to conduct one. Workshops will be scheduled live during BarCamp by writing your name and topic on the event grid.



 Example sessions from previous MobileCamps:


  • Halfbaked - Entrepreneurial Improv Amit Gupta
  • Building a "Poor Man's SMS Gateway" using Symbian and Ruby - Jose Marinez, http://jmarinez.typepad.com
  • One World. No Borders. Few Rules. Growing & Managing Off Portal Mobile Communities - David Harper, Winksite


 Example topics to be discussed at a MobileCamp: 


  • Design & Usability of mobile websites
  • Social implications of ubiquitous systems.
  • Mobile gaming
  • Mobile convergence
  • Presence
  • Mobile usage in other parts of the world: India, China, Japan
  • The mobile bill of rights - A manifesto of free mobility
  • Near Field Communication - Technology and applications
  • Google has facts. Cities have secrets. - How can we unfold mobile storytelling?
  • An Icebreaker game to get people at the event to know each other
  • Linux-based mobile devices
  • Mobile Processing
  • Open platforms, standards, and protocols as base of a free mobile world.
  • Metaverse and the mobile space: intersection or inclusion?
  • WURFL and WALL - practical use and experience deploying
  • Since we are looking forward to interesting people, projects, research and demos in the world of mobility, please understand that this is not a forum for corporate pitches.






Hi there, we are Crystal and Radhika, currently based in NYC.

The core team is available at mobilecampnewdelhi@gmail.com.

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