Dropped by SudoRoom Tuesday for hardware hack night… people were drinking beer, discussing the latest news from the EFF, and hacking on art, electronics, and even a Tesla electric car! The biggest deal about SudoRoom and hardware hacker spaces is
Congratulations! All of sudo room’s meetings are now parties 😉 Join us every Wednesday Night in the sudo room at 4799 Shattuck Ave in Oakland to hang out, chill out, and learn things together! Also, we’ll have a special “Party”
Confused about the Apple/FBI fight? Interested in protecting the privacy and liberty of US Citizens and even the world? We’ll teach you how to use common encryption technologies like Signal, Tor, and password managers. We’d also like to have speakers,
February 22, 3-4pm @SudoRoom https://github.com/romyilano/SudoRoom_Python_DomesticViolence We’re starting some fun early afternoon sessions on learning Python. Note: I’m not a teacher, this is not a bootcamp or even a class. Rather it is a cool workshop for builders to help other builders
FOOD NOT BOMBS will be hosting a FUNDRAISER for Oakland’s Omni Commons, an awesome community space that hosts over a dozen social justice and art collectives, and YOU’RE invited! Come prepared for: *A DANCE PARTY! (or several) *Readings/signings/open mic! *COMEDY
Fridays are our Linux install fest nights. They are a time not only to install linux on computers but also to discuss all things open source. This evening wrought focused on setting up a completely open source and free software
Last Thursday the mathematicians hijacked our Algorithms Late Night Thursdays series. Instead of math being conveniently enslaved by computer science to do computer science stuff, the mathematicians ganged up on us and turned things the other way around.
This summer marked the 8th annual Battle of the Mesh in beautiful Maribor, Slovenia at the foot of the Swiss alps. Each year, folks from around the world who work on open source mesh networking protocols (schemes for routing packets