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NetHui South shaping up to be *the* Internet event in South Island

By Dave, 12 November 2014

A top shelf line-up of speakers and panellists can now be revealed for NetHui South. The South Island version of New Zealand’s favourite Internet event will be held at the University of Canterbury later this month and features keynote speeches from Professor Tim Bell, recent winner of the IITP President’s Award for Contribution to the… Read more

Exciting addition to NetHui South Programme!

By Dave, 30 October 2014

InternetNZ is delighted to announce that as part of the upcoming NetHui South 2014, it has added a Day Zero to its programme and will now host Open Data Day on November 20.

Registrations are go!

By Dave, 28 October 2014

Registrations are now open for the 2014 edition of NetHui South. NetHui South is halfway between a traditional conference and an unconference or barcamp. Like a traditional conference, NetHui South has a pre-agreed agenda. However, much like an unconference, people “participate” rather than passively “attend”. Everyone’s views are valued; everyone is encouraged to fully participate…. Read more

Nethui 2014 – Meet and Plan

By Kevin, 1 October 2014

We’re holding a planning meeting for Nethui South at Catalyst’s Christchurch office. Level 1,  284 Kilmore St Christchurch 8011 (that’s above Pomeroys) 5:30 for 6 to 7/730. That will give prospective presenters a chance to meet and for us to collectively determine the program. RSVP to: [email protected]

Why do we, NetHui?

By Dave, 22 September 2014

New Zealand’s Internet forum, NetHui, is coming to the South Island in November. 21-22 November in Christchurch will see a gathering of South Islanders interested in shaping the future of the Internet’s development, and applying the opportunities the Internet presents to shape Canterbury’s future development. It’s a fascinating time in the region’s development. From the… Read more

NetHui South 2014: We want to hear from you

By Dave, 3 September 2014

NetHui South is halfway between a traditional conference and an unconference or barcamp. Like a traditional conference, NetHui South has a pre-agreed agenda. However, much like an unconference, people “participate” rather than passively “attend”. Everyone’s views are valued; everyone is encouraged to fully participate. NetHui South isn’t a conference run by some faceless national organisation… Read more