Last weekend Mark Wubben, after talking about Reboot over beers the day before, alerted me to the fact that the Reboot website seemed to be brought to life again, as did Peter Rukavina via e-mail. Today, just after I registered, Thomas Madsen Mygdal sent out a mail announcing Reboot.
Reboot is a community event for the practical visionaries who are at the intersection of digital technology and change all around us… 2 days. 400 people. A journey into the interconnectedness of creation, participation, values, openness, decentralization, collaboration, complexity, technology, p2p, humanities, connectedness and many more areas.
Applied towards us as individuals, citizens, teachers, culture workers, entrepreneurs, creators and change makers.

Elmine and I will certainly be there. Registration is done, currently scouting out places to stay, hotel is booked at Cab Inn Scandinavia (just as last year).
Reboot is not a templated conference, nor an unconference. It is a bit of both, volunteer only, with key-notes, sessions, demo’s and talks. You get to determine the program largely yourself. Head on over to the Reboot Participate page, and name those you’d like to see presenting, or provide details what you would like to talk about, and propose your own contributions to the program.
Reboot is the premier conference to help leverage European diversity towards inspiring workforms, great applications and forward leaps in learning.
It is spring. Time to reboot.