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fa8b18b080be075cd23f9adef4853c0f57087e48 — Manuel Groß 19 days ago 84a7763
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## Photos and impressions

![fairydust](fairydust.jpg)

- [Leah Oswald’s photo album on flickr](https://www.flickr.com/photos/leahoswald/albums/72157712400345071)
- ElektrollArt’s photos ([day 1](https://www.elektrollart.org/?p=7320), [day 2](https://www.elektrollart.org/?p=7340), [day 3](http://www.elektrollart.org/2020/01/03/36c3-day-3-cc0/), [day 4](http://www.elektrollart.org/2020/01/04/36c3-day-4-cc0/))
- [36c3: On Stage and behind the Art - WiP30](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u4Yj17e3nl0)


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I went to Leipzig this year on december 23rd. I arrived in the evening, and the Deutsche Bahn made this even 90 minutes later by cancelling my original train connection there. At least I got a large chunk of it refunded afterwards.  
Anyways, after checking into my hotel, I still wanted to go to the CCL to check out the current state of things, and to get myself accompanied to the location a bit. Some exhausted build-up helper leaving the building was friendly enough to tell me which entrance to take. I arrived just in time for food in the angel kitchen, for which I sat down and clicked myself two “angel accounting” shifts to count the amount of angels that went to grab food. We (there were two lines, so two accounting angels as well) counted already ~370 angels back then, by which I was really impressed. I still wanted to do more that day, but there were no more available shifts in the [engelsystem](https://engelsystem.de/), and the employment office at pre-heaven has already been shutting down at 22:00. So instead I sat down and talked to some other build-up helpers to make some new connections. Then I called it a day.

![angel food](angelfood.jpg)

The next day, christmas eve for regular people, I wasn’t feeling well. For that reason I asked heaven to cancel the chair placement shift in the halls, which I applied to the night before. Instead I sat down downstairs to hack on a project of my own in the angel kitchen “food cube”, where all the other angels where caught in as well, because every other hall was closing at 13:00, as per decision of the Messe Leipzig.  
The NOC opened their home office on the table next to me, and we were joined by an incredibly inspiring artist from the “Chaos Air” assembly. They needed some help with preparations for the assembly, and since I started feeling a bit better, I decided to offer my help. We ended up planing wood for the drone cage for solid 2-3 hours, which then got cut to 3.5m pieces with cross bands. Meanwhile other volunteering helpers prepared the net that was to be wrapped around the cube, so everything we could do before the halls were opened again was done.



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### Sticker Operation Center

[Marie](https://maryshi.ro/) was asking me and a few other people if we would be interested in running the Sticker Operation Center (c3stoc) for this year’s congress. The goal was to move away from the centralised “one big sticker table” to multiple sticker boxes spread all over the congress area. We got many applications from different assemblies, and Marie and Rafael were choosing them from the assembly map to distribute them somewhat evenly. We ended up with 14 sticker boxes, which all got markers in [c3nav](https://36c3.c3nav.de/l/stickers/@0,351.64,285.39,1.29).  
[Marie](https://maryshi.ro/) was asking me and a few other people if we would be interested in running the Sticker Operation Center (c3stoc) for this year’s congress. The goal was to move away from the centralised “one big sticker table” to multiple sticker boxes spread all over the congress area. We got many applications from different assemblies, and Marie and Rafael were choosing them from the assembly map to distribute them somewhat evenly. We ended up with 14 sticker boxes, which all got markers in [c3nav](https://36c3.c3nav.de/l/stickers/@0,351.64,285.39,1.29). 

![stickerbox in front of heaven](stickerbox-heaven.jpg)

The clou now was that instead of running your own “crondrops” as a person who brought stickers, you could just drop them at [Chaos Post](https://c3post.de/) and they would do the drops for you.

![tons of stickers](tonsofstickers.jpg)

In hindsight we were pretty successful. There were no real queues in front of the sticker boxes, and the distribution went really well. I also went on a few Chaos Post deliveries myself in exchange.  
There’s definitely room for improvement on our side, but for a first “experiment”, this went really well. I’d expect this OC to conintue its operation :)

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