WineCamp, an ad-hoc un-conference in the tradition of BarCamp, takes place May 26-28, in Calaveras County, California. Registration is now open.

What do you get when you put a bunch of geeks, a bunch of do-gooders and a bunch of wine together for a weekend in California’s Calaveras County?

You get WineCamp !

WineCamp is an ad-hoc geek and non-profit gathering taking place at a lovely vineyard over the weekend of May 26-28th. Everyone will arrive in the afternoon/early evening of Friday the 26th, pitch our tents, and join the rounds of campfire songs. On Saturday morning we’ll rise with the sun to a cowboy breakfast, then we’ll move straight into presentations, discussions and collaborations where everyone participates. On Sunday, we’ll introduce wifi and power to the equation so that project teams formed the day before can get down to work.

Our goal: to bring non-profits and technology together to improve the world around us…and we thought that a nice place to do this would be on a vineyard. ;)

For more information, visit the website: The official registration is now open (not the wiki or Upcoming). The cost is $60 for the whole weekend.

[p.s. for those that are ‘camping’ squeamish, there are nice hotels in town…just book them soon!]

p.p.s. the fancy schmancy pdf