I contacted an electrician who did work at my workplace a while ago, and
asked about our situation (specifically at sudoroom)
he charges $45 per hour and can provide a proper invoice, however he is
not a "C10" certifiable electrician. But the work he would do would
satisfy a C10 (such as the one he knows) if we were to hire one to "sign
off" on stuff.
Unless someone on one of these lists has a conduit bender and enjoys
running pipe and installing outlets (while following all obscure rules), I
think we should hire Taylor to install outlets in sudoroom (and wherever
else they are needed)
I volunteered to be his helper, working (and managing other volunteers) to
help the job go as quickly as possible, thus saving money and his time.
But I would need approval from whatever group would be paying for his
labor, and the materials that we will need to do the job.
my guess is that the job will cost $400 including materials, but i have
never done a job like this before so it is only a guess. My notes are
Wanted to invite you to an event that I'm hosting on Thursday eve:
*Intelligent Assistance and Trusted Conversations*
Thursday 14 August, 6:30pm to 8pm
The speaker, Dan Miller, is an analyst with Opus Research (not selling
In light of all the news about voice, AI, and biometrics being used to
"save you from passwords" or identify you by your walk and movement, or
extend Siri to actually check your calendar AND book a reservation in
the same request... there's a lot of intriguing technology in this
field. If you use a phone, you're part of it.
The talk is free.
*San Leandro Coworking*
400 Estudillo Ave., #204
San Leandro, CA 94577
SUPER-THANKS to 'Kare Raisu' for bringing the punch down tool and
helping with the first patch panel!
We got the first patch panel completed, and Kare agreed to continue
working on the second one on Wednesday.
The first part took way longer than I expected. Well, it was our first
one ever. We learned lots of little tricks on how to proceed best.
At first it seems like just plug it in and punch it.
There were little unknowns that we didn't know that we now know. :)
> On Sun, Aug 10, 2014 at 6:32 PM, Somebody <somebody(a)riseup.net
> <mailto:email@example.com>> wrote:
> Well, it seems that we don't have a Punch Down tool
> (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Punch_down_tool) to finish the job.
> I even went home and spent about 20 minutes looking for it, no
> luck. Definitely MIA.
> Anyway, I have cut the 24 pieces and I am in the process to
> prepare the ends. After that is when the Punch Down tool is
> We need that tool.
> Please let us know if we may use yours.
> On 8/10/14, 5:06 PM, Somebody wrote:
> > The network cable saga continues. Yes, it does. Its tiresome at times. :)
> > Hello All,
> > The two boxes of donated cable are a bit quite confusing,
> at least for me. :)
> > I am not sure if they are really CAT6 or simply CAT5e;
> regardless than it claims to be a "GigaSPEED" cable.
> > I attached an image of their label so you can see what I am
> > Anyhow... I am taking the task of setting up the two donated
> CAT5e patch panels between the Switch Rack to Server Rack.
> Hopefully it will be done this evening.
> > And just you know, it won't hurt my feelings if it is
> decided that this cable sucks. We can always remove it, and
> install something that we really know what it is.
> > Thx!
> > On 8/8/14, 2:29 PM, max b wrote:
> > > I totally read up to "should I take them?" and almost
> yelled at my computer YES!!!
> > >
> > >
> > > On Fri, Aug 8, 2014 at 1:45 PM, Somebody
> <somebody(a)riseup.net <mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>
> <mailto:email@example.com> <mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>> wrote:
> > >
> > > Hello all,
> > >
> > > Good news! I got an email offering 2 almost full boxes
> of CAT6 cable.
> > >
> > > Should I take them?
> > >
> > > Kidding! I replied yes and went to get them. I will
> bring them in tonight.
> > >
> > > More deets later, I am in my lunch time w the food in
> front of me and I am really hungry. :)
> > >
> > > Thx!
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> you can't help them, at least don't hurt them.” ~Tibetan Quote
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> can't help them, at least don't hurt them.” ~Tibetan Quote
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“Our prime purpose in this life is to help others. And if you can't help them, at least don't hurt them.” ~Tibetan Quote
Hey everyone at sudo discuss!
My name is Matt and I am looking for a person who is good with 3D printer
mechanics to work on my Ultimaker v1.
There are only a few minor problems with it such as the axis are
misaligned, and I want to add a heated bed (requires a relay and some
soldering and wiring)
this stuff is super easy for someone who knows what they are doing. i do
would anyone be willing to fix this problem for me? I can give you many
frankinscents and muur
Good news! I got an email offering 2 almost full boxes of CAT6 cable.
Should I take them?
Kidding! I replied yes and went to get them. I will bring them in tonight.
More deets later, I am in my lunch time w the food in front of me and I am really hungry. :)
I added some donation guidelines so people will know what to bring and what
not to bring to sudo room:
Now we can just point people here if they ask about dropping off donations.
I also added a link to this page from the left menu of the sudo wiki.
Of course feel free to edit/append if you don't agree with the list.
Just another note - if Sudoers that are at Omni today could possibly:
- start moving Sudo basmeent things into Sudo any time (copier, etc)
- make a place for those things in Sudo
That'd be great. Thanks!
Greetings comrades, cronies, & contemporaries,
As I may have intimated, I'm spending the moeity of the month of August
canoe camping on our favorite lake in the Sierras, Utica Reservoir.
<http://www.ebiow.yasashi.net/images/UTICA/> It is really lovely here,
about 3.5 hours from Oakland at about 7,000 feet, great swimming and
hiking, and since this is dispersed camping, you don't have to pay fees,
listen to generators or suck SUV fumes. Anywho, I schlepped along a
metric buttload of extra gear, so if you feel so inclined, please come
on up. I have 3 extra tents, 5 sleeping bags, pads, plates, utensils,
stoves, tables, chairs, cooking gear, the whole magila, so you only need
to bring your clothes and any food you might want to consume (I'll have
plenty of rice and beans, but few other goodies). I'll be here until
August 30th because I have a funeral in Watsonville on the 31st.
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The problem is where I'm camping is not immediately obvious if you
haven't been here before (which many of you have). I'm at Point Edmund,
to those who have been here, our favorite spot. And even many of you
who have been here do not remember the specific directions well. So
best is if you can hook up with my first wife Kathy, who is coming up
Friday the 15th at about 1 PM and Thursday the 21st at roughly 5:30 PM.
She'll be returning Sundays. She has room for 1 or 2 extra folks on the
15th & maybe 1 on the 21st, but you can caravan with her and she can
lead folks to the spot. You can call her on her cell phone at
510-326-9328 or try our home phone at 510-763-0591. Or you can try to
hook up with one of the people who has been here before and of course,
if you know the way, feel free to come by whenever you want.
If there is enough interest I might also go back to the hills in
mid-September for a stretch, about the same time as the infamous Occupy
escapade last year.
The hopes of the free (or at least the very cheap) world go with you,
PS: I don't have internet up here and will only be scanning my email
periodically from a nearby internet cafe. Those of you with deep
pockets and ATT phone service can get reception here. Kathleen is not
an internet afficiando. Her schedule is fairly rigid, so if you wish to
join her you should be at Slothaven on time.
Hey guys. My name is Matt.
I don't know if this message went through last time, so I am sending it
again, and sorry if you are seeing this twice
I have a Ultimaker v1 that needs a heated bed added to it ( have the
parts except relay) and the axis' realigned. Simple stuff but I am not
mechanically inclined enough to know what strength relay I need, or know
how to solder and wire things.
If you know how to build a 3D printer, and are confident that you can
handle this task, get in touch through this email deal-e-o and lets talk.
I can get you some money in exchange for your services of course. Or
maybe some prints!