SRCCON is a two-day conference built around participatory sessions and focused on challenges news technology and data teams encounter every day. SRCCON 2015 took place June 25 and 26 in Minneapolis and via streaming transcription, and we’ll announce a city and dates for SRCCON 2016 this fall.
Our peer-led sessions combine skillsharing, discussion, and collaboration. The full 2015 schedule is available.
Enjoy SRCCON sessions long into the future via archived transcripts. See a full list.
We build SRCCON in the open. Check out our documentation.
Launched in 2014 in Philadelphia and returning in 2015 in Minneapolis, SRCCON is produced by Knight-Mozilla OpenNews, an organization built to support the community of news developers, designers, and data reporters helping journalism thrive on the open web. (The “src” in SRCCON stands for “Source,” and we pronounce it “Source-con,” though you can say it however you want.)
Our sessions focus on technical, design, editorial, and cultural topics within the news world, and we welcome participants from all fields who want to strengthen journalism online.