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Status active
Country Germany
State or District Berlin
City Berlin
Date of founding 2011/06/16
Last Updated 2023-06-01
Website https://hackerfleet.eu
Wiki https://wiki.hackerspaces.org/Hackerfleet
IRC hackerfleet@irc.freenode.net
Matrix #hackerfleet:hackerfleet.eu
YouTube http://www.youtube.com/user/Hackerfleet
Facebook https://www.facebook.com/Hackerfleet
Twitter http://twitter.com/hackerfleet
E-mail info@hackerfleet.eu
Mailinglist https://hackerfleet.eu/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo
Snail mail


Number of members 32
Membership fee no fee.
Size of rooms Ships with different sizes
Members Riot
Open to Exchanges? yes
Open to Residencies? maybe
Residencies Contact sailing@hackerfleet.eu
Location 52° 30' 9.27" N, 13° 24' 43.91" E

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We are a floating (distributed ;) Hackerspace and we create ad-hoc-new ones. We built a semi-autonomous boat prototype (MS0x00) and technology that aides sailing crews. We're also aiming to build mesh networks on huge water surfaces.

Most of our development is online on github and gitlab - our core software system is called "Hackerfleet Operating System (HFOS)".

Hackerfleet was founded in Berlin. Our core hardware development lab (shared, called "RoboLab") is proudly located at C-base, but our explorational, recreational and most important developmental cruises take us to different shores and oceans all over the world. We organize regular Maritime Hackers' Meetups at Camps, Congresses and other events.

To become a member, simplpy subscribe to our maillist and introduce yourself. You can also do this by coming to a Maritime Hackers' Meetup.

If you'd like to tag along and join one of our development or recreational cruises, just subscribe to our sailing-maillist where we'll be announcing events of interest. We have a discussion list, too.

If you want to get in more direct contact, join us on IRC!