We had a great time at re:publica Dublin on 20 October 2016, and lots of opportunities for lively exchange with the Irish start-up community! For all those who missed out, revisit our first event outside of Germany in pictures, word and sound:
The sessions at Smock Alley Theatre have been recorded, listen to the speakers in the re:publica channel at Voice Republic.
Draw some visual inspiration from our one-day conference and browse through our Flickr channel. Photos from our warmup party the evening before are compiled here, images from the event itself over here.
And the event in Dublin was well received by the media too. So we're happy to share some impressions here – read more from various press reviews all around our first re:publica outside Germany.
“The first session of my day took place in Smock Alley Theatre where Karlin Lillington hosted a discussion between human right lawyer Daragh Murray and Internet Pioneer Dennis Jennings on the subject of Privacy and Data Protection in the Digital Age. This was a fascinating chat that covered technical and legal aspects of the Data Privacy issue – something that we as a culture have ignored for far too long. (...) A fascinating start to the day!”
Successful re:publica event in Dublin – Dan Griffin describes his highlights
Irish Tech News
“The well-known German conference for the Internet scene, re:publica, has dared to go on a trip to Dublin. Where they realized: participants there are far more business-oriented than in Berlin. The whole issue topic of data protection is much less in demand. For the moment, at least.”
German data protection meets Irish start-up scene (German)
“The first re:publica conference took place in Berlin back in 2007, when even companies like Twitter were still relatively unknown. Some of the visitors of the Dublin event were now reminded of the re:publica's earliest days at the Berlin Kalkscheune. I am very curious as to whether Dublin will also be given a second chance.”
Radicalization and Tech Utopias – Notes from the re:publica in Dublin (German)
WDR Blog Digitalistan
“...re:publica is an exciting experiment: Is it possible to establish the most important European conference about the networked society in Ireland too?”
Class reunion on a class trip – re:publica in Dublin (German)
WDR Blog Digitalistan