It is an egalitarian, community-driven format in which the agenda is created during the event — so anyone can sign up to lead a session. There are no attendees, just participants. It’s for everyone interested in user experience, information architecture, interaction design, user-centered design, information design, library & information science, online search, information management, informatics, and related fields. I know it sounds weird, but it works. InfoCamps occur in many cities around the U.S. and the World and InfoCamp Seattle has been an annual event since 2007.