TFW we realized we have no idea eitherSome things never change though. Entry is and always will be 100% free. If you've got your invite token from last year, just register to reserve a spot. If you're new to AlligatorCon and want to get an invite here are the instructions on how to do so. Bribing us with money, sex, drugs and other cheap thrills also counts as a valid way to get an invite. We do not have sponsors or any sponsored content during the talks. We do welcome donations to keep the party going. All currencies are accepted, fiat or virtual. 0days and leaked documents are welcome as well, if you drop us any they will be shared with all attendees just for the lulz. The venue address and the location of all parties (yes, parties, plural) will be revealed at the last possible moment only to those who were invited, and you should not reveal it to anyone else. There will also be free posters for everyone designed by El Santa, the illustrator of HackerStrip:
What could possibly go wrong?Alternatively, there's plenty of hotels, hostels, apartments and Airbnbs for rent near the center. This city also has a really amazing CouchSurfing community that you should definitely reach out to. And of course you're welcome to bring a sleeping bag and crash on a friendly local hacker's home, a popular choice of AlligatorCon attendees every year. As for public transport, there is a bus from the airport to the city center that costs approximately 3€. We're told you can also take a taxi for around 30€ but... who likes getting ripped off like some tourist? Not us, we're cheap bastards and proud of it.