This is intended for beginners but all skill levels are welcome. I know for
me initially learning to program was a bit daunting. There are lots of
technologies and programming languages out there. It can be hard to figure
out what to learn. Through this series it would be cool to get people on a
track of learning how to learn programming. Open to everyone, totally free,
For those of you who don't know about the great Noisebridge reboot and
party going on tomorrow, it's on like flan at 7! If anyone wants to help
volunteer, now is a great time to get in contact with Christina! It's
going to be fantastic!
I'll be there at some point!
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From: daravinne <daravinne(a)gmail.com>
Date: Thu, Aug 14, 2014 at 5:11 PM
Subject: [Noisebridge-discuss] Noisebridge reboot party need volunteers!
To: noisebridge-discuss Discuss <noisebridge-discuss(a)lists.noisebridge.net>,
hey peeps, the reboot party badly needs volunteers tonight and tomorrow
afternoon to help rearrange the space to accommodate, well, a party! we are
still deep in construction mode so any hands that can help stack and
shuffle stuff are much appreciated! classes are on tonight, so there will
be people around the space / doors open, as well as tomorrow afternoon.
show up and help, and then help celebrate!
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Danielle got a huge pile of yummy food donated by a farmers market in Oakland for the Noisebridge Grand Re-Opening Party tomorrow: Hummus, veggies, olives, other dips, a ridiculous amount of strawberries . . .
But she needs someone to grab the stuff from her tonight, since she has an early morning appointment tomorrow.
Anyone have a vehicle and wanna help grab the food from Oakland to Noisebridge tonight? If so, please contact me off-list, and I'll give you Danielle's contact info.
I just joined the mailing list not too long ago. I was going to stop
by over the weekend to checkout the space and meet whoever is lurking
around. I just wanted to see if there was any trick to getting in.
Noisebridge has that quirky phone that never seems to work.
Also, I'm a tech/linux enthusiast/developer/foss hippy that moved to the
bay area a few years ago. Would love to get more involved especially as
I'm debating moving to Oakland at some point in the foreseeable future.
I'll be spearheading the 501c(3) efforts. I am going to need all the
documents related to Sudo, tax documents, official filings to date, list of
assets and liabilities (COH/ recent bank statement, lease, etc.)
Additionally, to avoid re-doing work already done, I want to hear about any
and all efforts related to acquiring 501c(3) status. My goal is to have an
initial draft of our application prepared for members review by the
middle/end of October 2014. Hopefully we can submit our finalized
application before the holiday season. I look forward to working toward
this important goal but I can't help without input from our more seasoned
Please contact me with documentation, suggestions, experiences yada yada
Noob post, let me know if I'm not formatting properly or otherwise screwing
I have experience doing this type of install, I am not licensed. I think
$400 is a fantastically cheep deal (labor and materials), however, I will
need to discuss to be sure I have a handle on the scope of what Sudo wants.
I am available this weekend to work on the install and am totally wiling to
follow someone else's lead. We can borrow condi benders from the tool
library up the street (tele @51st), they might even have a pull-tape which
we will need. Lets talk to coordinate material lists, tools, and meeting
I would suggest opting for quad plugs rather than duals, metal boxes w/
metal faces and individual wire spools for the the pulls (14awg white, blk
We need to make drawings of where the outlets will be & where we will
access power. This is important because we may need to put in junction
boxes for long runs and/or increase the condi size over 1/2 inch, and we
are likely installing new 20A braker(s).
Lastly, who will be signing off on the work prior to making it HOT?
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