CERN wants to bring the line-mode browser experience back to life so that
people can step back in time and relive what it was like to browse the web in
its earliest days. No images, no colours, no clicking - just content. An
unimpressive medium to a modern audience, the line-mode browser is
nevertheless a key cultural asset associated with the story of how the web

Are you a leading front-end web developer? Can you hand-roll beautiful CSS in
your sleep? Do you eat javascript for breakfast? Are you passionate about the
web and its history? Can you come to Geneva 19-20 September 2013? If so, we'd
love to have you along to CERN to help us to create a line-mode browser
emulator. You would be working with a small team of some of the finest front-
end developers out there.

Applications are welcome from anyone - whether you are from a CERN member
state or not. We welcome applications from people of all ages, but if you are
under 18 you will need the consent of a guardian, and you will need to be
accompanied to CERN by a guardian.

Before you sign up: CERN is working to find sponsors to help provide flat
bursaries for participants to offset travel and accommodation expenses. Please
note, however, that participants will need make their own travel arrangements
and book their own accommodation, and that bursaries may not fully cover

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