Chaostreff Dortmund

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Chaostreff Dortmund
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Status suspected inactive
Country Germany
State or District North Rhine-Westphalia
City Dortmund
Date of founding 2003/02
Last Updated 2021-05-01
Website https://www.chaostreff-dortmund.de/
Wiki https://wiki.ctdo.de/
IRC irc://irc.hackint.org/#ctdo
Twitter https://twitter.com/ctdo
E-mail presse@chaostreff-dortmund.de
Mailinglist https://www.chaostreff-dortmund.de/mailingliste/
Snail mail

Braunschweiger Str 22
44145 Dortmund
Germany

Number of members >25">" can not be assigned to a declared number type with value 25.
Membership fee pick your own
Size of rooms ~110m²
Members
Location 51° 31' 39.40" N, 7° 27' 53.80" E


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The Chaostreff Dortmund is a hackerspace run by friendly people from Dortmund and the cities around. We are located north of the city centre of Dortmund, a rather large town at the east of the “Ruhrgebiet” in Germany.

In regular (Tuesdays + Thursdays) and not-so-regular meetings we discuss the best way to gather World Domination, but most of the time we are talking about technology, science and society, and building related projects like microcontroller-powered things, geeky software and all kinds of other funny or useful things that come to our minds.

We are always excited to meet new people who are just like us – or maybe very different, which does not matter – so please feel free to join us, for a talk, a cold Club Mate (!) or just to say “Hi!”. Our regular meetings normally start at about 19:00 (7pm) every Tuesday and Thursday at Braunschweiger Strasse 22, 44145 Dortmund Mitte, 2nd floor. You also might visit #ctdo on Hackint to check if the meeting really takes place (please just ask in the channel if the channel topic doesn’t help) and you don’t visit our location in vain – because under rare circumstances everybody is lazy and our doors remain closed.

Can’t join us on location? No problem: most of us hang out in #ctdo on hackint, and we also have an old-fashioned email list. Oh, and you can read about our great projects and some of the planning fails on our wiki.