You think about creating the next Last.fm, flickr, or Web 2.0 start up? You think London lacks opportunities to meet up and discuss those ideas?
We are still working on the programme, but after having 250 web entrepreneurs and geeks in room and O'Reilly joining the BBC as supporters I am sure we will have a great event.
If you want to present contact us at info at openbusiness.cc
For those who don't have time to attend a full BarCamp, some of us have come up with MiniBar, a chance to snaffle some free beer while discussing p2p, Creative Commons, web applications, social networking and general Web 2.0 mayhem & fandango.
After having 220+ of London's web crowd the 4th MiniBar will happen at the same venue on the 2nd of Marchy. For a review and some pictures of the 1st MiniBar see: http://www.openbusiness.cc/2006/11/22/minibar/
We also have an Open Call: If you do a cool web 2.0 (or maybe 3.0) project and look for input, ideas, help with development send us a line and you can present for 5 minutes.
The MiniBar concept:
It's fun, it's free and you don't have to bring a sleeping bag. Come to Corbet Place for an early Friday evening get together the at Truman Brewery (off Brick Lane, next to Spitalfields Market and Liverpool Street Station). There's a (normal sized) bar, a DJ, and some nice people to chat to. Who knows, you even might find out something you didn't know.
The meetings will happen at the same venue every month: Corbet Place in the Old Truman Brewery.
The meeting is organized by the people behind CreativeCommons England & Wales, OpenBusiness.cc, OpenMute.org and ShiftSpace.cc.
More details at
Official Website: http://barcamp.org/minibar
Added by hippie on November 27, 2006