NetHui brings everybody and anybody that wants to talk about the Internet together. It's not a conference or a BarCamp, and speakers don't talk at you all day. It is instead about discussing and exploring possibilities, ideas and challenges, together.
NetHui is made for the community, with the community. InternetNZ wants to hear what it is that matters to you and what you want to talk about - and then we help to pull it all together.
NetHui is one of the most exciting and dynamic events for discussing our Internet in New Zealand. We would love to have you come and join us and join these conversations and explorations too.
Is NetHui for me?
Of course! NetHui is for everybody that wants to talk about the Internet.
NetHui is open and diverse. We aim to provide a safe space for everybody – regardless of age, occupation, gender, ethnicity, or background – to come together and talk. We expect everyone to have a respectful, open attitude. We also have a Code of Conduct that all participants agree to adhere to.
Put simply, if you’re looking for a safe, open, inclusive space to engage with your community about the Internet and all that goes with it, then NetHui will be your kind of event.
What do I have to do at NetHui?
You have many choices. You can join the sessions online and listen to the conversations. You can contribute to any discussions. Or you can propose a session topic, a workshop idea, a talk. You have the chance to participate as little or as much as you like. It’s all about listening, learning and participating at a level that feels right for you.
If there are topics you would love to talk about, there are chances for you to facilitate a session or help someone out doing so. See the get involved tab for more information.
What's different about NetHui 2020?
This year, NetHui is providing a fully virtual experience. This format is new for everyone, but we work hard to keep core NetHui feature - healthy, respectful discussions, in the VC environment.
We'll walk you through all the tech onboarding, so you won't have to figure it out on your own.
True net hui - that sounds like fun! And you can participate from anywhere, maybe wearing your most comfortable trackpants.