Rad Cop is preparing a conference on IT security and cooperation, CoopDays. It will take place from the 3rd to the 6th of November in the Moscow region, Russia. Besides IT-related topics, we plan to discuss cooperation: how to create and manage a cooperative, how to tell people about cooperation, how to create networks and other cooperative structures.
We are looking for speakers who can share their experiences about cooperation. You can speak online or attend the conference in person. We can provide English-Russian interpretation for speakers.
You can also come as a guest, we will provide food and accommodation for all foreign visitors. We can also find you a guide to translate the main ideas of other speeches. Unfortunately, we can’t cover your travel expenses.
If you have an interesting topic to talk about, please contact me before the 14th of September.
@AthertonJohn@leedscath@samnord If you know someone who could be a speaker, would you please share this announcement with them? Here is our public email for sharing outside the forum: email@example.com.
Update: Please check out the link in the second message from Chris!
For anyone who is thinking of attending from a state that has Russian sanctions I’d suggest to check if attendance, even if is only virtual, would contravene the sanctions — legal experts are probably required to answer this question?