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7 Jun 2019
18:33:35@email:t2bot.ioEmail Notifier <housetier@nrrd.de> Re: [hackerspaces] hackerspace census updates & a call for help
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I want to thank Aimee for all the work! <3

If you are in the fediverse (on the fediverse?), and just want to click a button to raise awarenesse, I have tooted this: https://chaos.social/@bronsen/102231689502277432




8 Jun 2019
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14 Jun 2019
17:03:41@email:t2bot.ioEmail Notifier schinken <schinken@hackerspace-bamberg.de> [hackerspaces] Strichliste 2 released! (tally sheet replacement)
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Hi,

some of you might already use strichliste 1 or never heard about it
After some work, strichliste 2 is here. It's a tally sheet replacement
for your hackerspace or makerspace

Check it out here:
https://demo.strichliste.org

Release blog post:
https://www.strichliste.org/news/strichliste2/

Everything else:
https://www.strichliste.org

Let me know what you're thinking! Feature requests are welcome
18 Jun 2019
10:18:34@email:t2bot.ioEmail Notifier Aljaž Srebrnič <a2piratesoft@gmail.com> Re: [hackerspaces] Strichliste 2 released! (tally sheet replacement)
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Wow, this looks nice!
I tried installing it, but it looks like it doesn’t work with postgresql? I’ll check and open an issue.

I also like the hackerspace-bootstrap orga, I really think it would be nice to have a modular/extensible set of programs used to simplify hackerspace management and to prevent work duplication (every hackerspace has its own custom ”operating system”). It aligns well with what we’re trying to do at Mittelab, too.

Keep up the good work!
G5pw
10:22:19@email:t2bot.ioEmail Notifier schinken <schinken@hackerspace-bamberg.de> Re: [hackerspaces] Strichliste 2 released! (tally sheet replacement)
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Hi,

strichliste2 should work with postgresql. But i've never tried it. Be
aware to look at https://github.com/strichliste to get strichliste2 not 1 ;)

Hackerspace-Boostrap was the idea to provide tools for a hackerspace
startup. Like a tally sheet, door system, ...

But then my focus was just strichliste and I moved it to a separate
organisation

Best,
Christopher
19 Jun 2019
10:07:40@email:t2bot.ioEmail Notifier Aljaž Srebrnič <a2piratesoft@gmail.com> Re: [hackerspaces] Strichliste 2 released! (tally sheet replacement)
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Uh, it looks like a problem with doctrine [0]. Also, the latest version I see in releases is 1.6.4, is that correct?
Oh, that’s a pity… Is anyone else working on something like that?

Cheers,
Aljaž

[0]: https://github.com/doctrine/dbal/issues/1222
10:27:54@email:t2bot.ioEmail Notifier schinken <schinken@hackerspace-bamberg.de> Re: [hackerspaces] Strichliste 2 released! (tally sheet replacement)
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Thanks for referencing that issue. I will look into tomorrow and will
provide an update. There are more frontend changes to come as I bundle a
new version.

Will let you know when it's released
10:39:55@email:t2bot.ioEmail Notifier opit <opit@technariumas.lt> [hackerspaces] Industrial sensors and other components for free
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Hi all,
We at Technarium have received a lot of industrial sensors and switches
from a Carlo Gavazzi factory here in Lithuania. There's much more than
we could ever use, so we'd be happy to mail them to interested
hackerspaces, if you're willing to pay for postage. We're in Lithuania,
so that's probably more relevant for European spaces. We'll likely be at
CCCamp and/or Congress this year as well.

Here's the list of parts, with part numbers where we could find them:
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1AQCPOlJnephw8BL3NmdGgHheZuKn2A2LL1l2L51Wnxo/edit#gid=0

and some info from out wiki:
https://wiki.technariumas.lt/ElektronikosDirbtuve/CarloGavazziSensoriai
Cheers,
o.
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19 Aug 2019
15:48:05@email:t2bot.ioEmail Notifier Danilo <mail@dbrgn.ch> [hackerspaces] LoRaWAN iC880A Backplanes @ Chaos Communication Camp
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Hi all

At https://www.coredump.ch/ we produce a (open source hardware) PCB that allows connecting an iC880A LoRaWAN gateway board to a Raspberry Pi. It features a DC-DC converter, some sensors for monitoring, and some other nice things.

https://shop.coredump.ch/product/ic880a-lorawan-gateway-backplane/

We usually sell those boards through our shop, it helps fund our hackerspace expenses. However, since we have a few (~10) v2.0 boards left and v2.1 is already in production, we thought that giving them out at 50% of the original price for hackerspaces would be nice.

So: If you're part of a hackerspace / makerspace and want to build a LoRaWAN gateway for non-commercial purposes, let me know. I'll be at the CCC Camp this week and will bring a few pre-assembled boards with me. Price for the version with temperature / humidity sensor and ADC is 25 CHF / 23 EUR, and for the version without those sensors it's 20 CHF / 19 EUR.

Here's the classic "From zero to LoRaWAN in a weekend" wiki to build a custom gateway for The Things Network: https://github.com/ttn-zh/ic880a-gateway/wiki

This is what gateway monitoring can look like with the backplane: https://grafana.coredump.ch/d/000000001/ttn-gateway

Cheers & see you at the camp,
Danilo
18:52:53@email:t2bot.ioEmail Notifier Aljaž Srebrnič <a2piratesoft@gmail.com> Re: [hackerspaces] LoRaWAN iC880A Backplanes @ Chaos Communication Camp
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That’s great! I’ll definitely stop by!
We are bringing up a gateway to offer persistent LORaWAN connectivity in the camp 😊

Aljaž Srebrnič

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25 Aug 2019
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4 Sep 2019
11:36:54@email:t2bot.ioEmail Notifier <aimee@ecohackerfarm.org> [hackerspaces] monthly meeting coming up - Sunday 08/09/2019 14:00 UTC
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Dear all,

Join us this Sunday on freenode at #hackerspaces for the monthly meeting
held on the 8th of every month at 14:00 UTC.

If you have items for the agenda we can collate them here, so reply to
add your discussion points.

Love

Aimee

18 Sep 2019
11:41:57@email:t2bot.ioEmail Notifier MykillG <kde5fan@gmail.com> [hackerspaces] Creating a list of all active hacker spaces
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I was looking through the list on the site and it seems that about 1/2 the
entries did not work and many were pushing 10 year old since last updated.
I was wondering if there is any way to update this list or get a current
list of active groups.

I'm trying to create a community where members from different
organizations/locations can collaborate on projects, share ideas and meet
each other. I'd like to do this with makerspaces as well, but IDK if the
two communities would merge well together, and if it would be better to
keep the two communities separated (unless someone wants to join both
groups/sites).

If you are a member of an active group, would you please reply to this with
the contact information for the group?

Name of group
general email address for group or a "ranking" member
Website if available
Phone number if available
address
Number of current members (estimates are fine)
If you want to include areas of interest the groups specializes in, that
would be helpful but not necessary.
Facebook or twitter accts if you use those..
Any other information that might be helpful for others to find your group
or help define what you do.

Thanks and I hope to hear from some of you!

KDE_Fan
11:48:41@email:t2bot.ioEmail Notifier Daniel F <buildtherobots@gmail.com> Re: [hackerspaces] Creating a list of all active hacker spaces
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Leeds Hackspace

directors@leedshackspace.org.uk (private) or
leeds-hack-space@googlegroups.com (public)

https://leedshackspace.org.uk

0113 834-6486 <+441138346486> (private - directors) or 0113 834-6232
<+441138346232> (to the hackspace itself)

Leeds Hackspace: Unit 14, Sheepscar House Sheepscar St S, Leeds LS7 1AD

Paying members: Approx 70

3D printing, Laser cutting, Electronics, Wood & metal work, craft area
including loom, sewing & vinyl cutting, dark room.

https://www.facebook.com/LeedsHackSpace/ ,
https://twitter.com/leedshackspace


12:05:56@email:t2bot.ioEmail Notifier Nate Bezanson <myself@telcodata.us> Re: [hackerspaces] Creating a list of all active hacker spaces
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I think this is your best bet. _Please_ don't make yet another list,
especially one that requires active input from everyone who wants to be
on it. I can promise you a lot of us are sick of more lists and do not
want to put active input into being on more lists. Why not work on
improving one of the _literally dozens_ that exist already?

Consider this: The last-updated-date of a given page on the hs.o wiki is
one indicator of "freshness" or "activity". But then realize that those
pages already have links to a given space's social media accounts, blog
pages, calendars, and stuff. Imagine if you had a script that would poll
all _those_ things to see how active _they_ were, and I think you'd have
a very good indicator.

Also, you haven't explained how you'll keep any new list from getting
just as stale.
You're posting on it. Or did you mean yet another new ghost-town?
What's the difference between hackerspaces and makerspaces,
anyway?

I'll make popcorn...
No. Our ~200 members and ten-plus-year history exist because we're
careful about where we spend our effort and we try very hard not to burn
out our volunteers. If we fell for every new list that asks us to
include and maintain our presence on it, doing so would be a full-time
volunteer post. Screw that. You already have the data, just be smarter
about reading it.
12:09:01@email:t2bot.ioEmail Notifier Daniel F <buildtherobots@gmail.com> Re: [hackerspaces] Creating a list of all active hacker spaces
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input from everyone who wants to be on it.

Apologies - I read this as an attempt to get the current website/map/list
up to date with current information.
Having yet another source of not-truth doesn't seem to help anyone o.0
13:47:00@email:t2bot.ioEmail Notifier Dave Borghuis <dave@tkkrlab.nl> Re: [hackerspaces] Creating a list of all active hacker spaces
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Hi KDE_Fan,

Good that you want to improve the current list. There is an ongoing
activity to keep the list updated, see
https://wiki.hackerspaces.org/Hackerspace_Census_2019 how you can
attribute to this.

As mentioned by others, starting a new (manual) list is IMHO not the best
way. Better is to improve what we have already.

Regards,
Dave Borghuis
14:00:32@email:t2bot.ioEmail Notifier Joshua Pritt <ramgarden@gmail.com> Re: [hackerspaces] Creating a list of all active hacker spaces
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Agreed. The hackerspace census is exactly what you are trying to do
yourself.
Just help contribute (I promise I will ! ) by going through the list of
spaces near you and trying to contact them and get the existing list
updated.
19 Sep 2019
10:06:04@email:t2bot.ioEmail Notifier Robin Lambert <robin.lambert@hotmail.fr> Re: [hackerspaces] Discuss Digest, Vol 127, Issue 3
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Not perfectly up-to-date, but this might help : http://www.makery.info/en/map-labs/

30 Sep 2019
08:46:35@email:t2bot.ioEmail Notifier how@hcklabxl <how@hacklab.brussels> [hackerspaces] THX // Diffracting + Decentralisation: exploring collective asymmetry
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THX is one month away!

https://wiki.hackerspaces.org/THX

(The cost reflects lodging + meals for 5 days, plus one-time annual
registration. YMMV.)

## Public

Hackers and philosophers

## Format

Horizontal, cooperative

## Topics

- self-organisation ( agency of resistance networks - from autonomy to
stigmergy )
- infrastructure ( decentralisation in the context of complex production
chains from conception to disposal, through slavery and ecocide )
- solidarity ( freedom as responsibility )

## Location

North of France

## Reservation

The event takes place in a collective space. Please indicate your
presence by sending email to thx@pa-f.org
17:16:27@email:t2bot.ioEmail Notifier David Potocnik <david.potocnik@gmail.com> [hackerspaces] Let Mozilla help you "Understand how hackers work" !
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https://blog.mozilla.org/firefox/how-hackers-work/


face+palm,
19:06:22@email:t2bot.ioEmail Notifier how@hcklabxl <how@hacklab.brussels> Re: [hackerspaces] Let Mozilla help you "Understand how hackers work" !
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When I read the title and first sentence, I thought the article would be about Firefox hackers.

By the second sentence it became clear that was instead an op-ed straight out of Redmond. This is shocking that Mozilla is misusing the term hacker in this way. They should be ashamed of spreading such anti-hacker propaganda.
21:06:53@email:t2bot.ioEmail Notifier David Potocnik <david.potocnik@gmail.com> Re: [hackerspaces] Let Mozilla help you "Understand how hackers work" !
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Developing! I let @mozilla know they have a rogue internal HACKER
group [1], but they calmed my fears [2]. Perhaps in light of this my
report of Fraudulent use of their Trademark is also void. [3]

[1] https://hacks.mozilla.org/ , https://twitter.com/mozhacks
[2] https://twitter.com/dcht00/status/1178725362789998592
[3] https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/about/legal/fraud-report/
1 Oct 2019
10:11:34@email:t2bot.ioEmail Notifier Naeem Aslam <hmnaeem001@yahoo.com> [hackerspaces] A 10 minutes PhD survey on 3D printing
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Dear Sir/Madam,
I hope you are well.
This message is intended for the hackers who are using 3D printers

I am a Ph.D. student at the University of Padova Italy. I am doing an academic research on the use of 3D printing in makerspaces. I kindly request you to please take a few minutes of your valuable time and fill a 10 minutes survey questionnaire on the use of 3D printing. The link of the survey on google forms is copied below.

https://forms.gle/ivt8tCAXtcYvGYZP9

My official university email address is hafizmuhammad.naeem@phd.unipd.it . If you want for the sake of legitimacy, you can also check my profile on the university website on the following link https://www.economia.unipd.it/en/phd/management-students

I highly appreciate every single second of your time and effort put into this research.

Kind regards,
Hafiz Muhammad Naeem
PhD Management
University of Padova
10:18:57@email:t2bot.ioEmail Notifier Bastiaan van den Berg <buzz@nurdspace.nl> Re: [hackerspaces] A 10 minutes PhD survey on 3D printing
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You may need to realize that makerspaces arent the same thing as
hackerspaces.

Makerspaces = come spend 500 euro here for a 2 hour arduino workshop and
learn to blink a led
Hackerspaces = come here for free and tell us about your problems using
arduino and maybe we have advice
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20:45:27@email:t2bot.ioEmail Notifier Berto Usman <berto.usman@gmail.com> A PhD research on 3D printing
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Dear Sir/Madam,

I hope you are well.

This message is intended for the hackers who are using 3D printers in
developing hacks.

I am a Ph.D. student at the University of Padova Italy and I am doing an
academic research on the use of 3D printing in hackerspaces. I kindly
request you to please take a few minutes of your valuable time and fill a
10 minutes survey questionnaire on the use of 3D printing. The link of the
survey on google forms is copied below.



https://forms.gle/EWAuMmfihYkw15YV8



If you want for the sake of legitimacy, you can also check my profile on
the university website on the following link

https://www.economia.unipd.it/en/phd/management-students



I highly appreciate every single second of your time and effort put into
this research.



Kind regards,

Berto Usman

PhD Management

University of Padova

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