If you haven't logged in and checked your membership dues subscription
lately, your payments may not be working!
I just logged in and realized my membership subscription was not
working, so I just signed myself back up. Thinking about it now, it
might have been because of recently getting a new card number from my
If anything like that has happened to you lately, be sure to double
check you're supporting sudo room and contributing what you can to
keep our community space open.
Your contributions primarily contribute to paying off a private
mortgage--so since we are partial owners of the Omni Commons, your
money is a well spent investment!!!
Is anyone willing to fix our donation button? It would be amazingly helpful if someone could do so. Unfortunately I can't program or I would do it.
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> On May 5, 2017, at 9:39 AM, Chris Kennedy <chrisken(a)gmail.com> wrote:
> I can confirm that this is still broken. Page: http://www.counterculturelabs.org/join-or-donate.html
> <Screen Shot 2017-05-05 at 9.38.44 AM.png>
> The “click here to donate” link at the very bottom has an embedded session token and no other URL parameters:
> So you just get this page:
> <Screen Shot 2017-05-05 at 9.36.04 AM.png>
>> On Mon, May 1, 2017 at 3:56 PM, Maureen Muldavin <muldavin.m(a)gmail.com> wrote:
>> Is anyone able to fix this button today? We do need money.
>> Sent from my iPhone
>> Begin forwarded message:
>>> From: "mycophilesoftallahassee(a)gmail.com" <no-reply(a)weebly.com>
>>> Date: May 1, 2017 at 3:45:23 PM PDT
>>> To: info(a)counterculturelabs.org
>>> Subject: New Form Entry: Contact Form
>>> Reply-To: mycophilesoftallahassee(a)gmail.com
>>> You've just received a new submission to your Contact Form.
>>> Submitted Information:
>>> Mycology Tallahassee
>>> We'd like to donate to Counter Culture Labs, but whenever we click on the link to donate, it takes us to a broken web page.
>>> Is there a PayPal address or name we can look up to donate?
>>> Thank you
>>> Mycophiles of Tallahassee
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this has happened in the past and a couple of times this week, i think, that
the computer that handles the front door magnetic stripe reader shuts itself
off for some reason.
it's a beaglebone black and there is no reason it should shut off. there are
no logs as to why because we generally run it in read-only mode on the main
disk, and logs are kept on a RAM disk.
here's someone else talking about the same issue:
when it's off, it has power but there are no lights on. pressing the power
button turns it on. wtf?
i could make a watchdog circuit that power-cycles it if this happens, but i
don't think that's really the right solution. does someone want to take this
on and figure out wtf is going on?
probably using a USB stick for system logs would be a good start, and maybe
some increased level of logging.
Are we interested in these? For sudo or elsewhere in omni?
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Date: Thu, Apr 27, 2017 at 1:46 AM
Subject: Re: [sudo-info] (no subject)
To: Yardena Cohen <yardenack(a)gmail.com>
The benches are 3’ x 6’ and about 3’ tall.
They are from a small company in Concord.
I think there are 5 or 6 available.