Dear Sudo Room,
Here's your invoice! We appreciate your prompt payment.
Thank you for stewarding the commons.
Love and solidarity,
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Invoice # : 1475
Invoice Date: 09/01/2018
Due Date: 09/25/2018
Terms: Net 25
Amount Due: $2,000.00
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anybody see these yet?
i like the hdmi capture chip idea :D
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There have been several safe space bans at noisebridge lately.
Please have a look at the list of bans and familiarize yourself with the
Remember that people who are banned at Noisebridge for reasons that violate
our safe space policy are also banned at Omni. If you see someone who is
banned in the space you don't have to approach them alone, but you should
ensure that they are asked to leave. They can attempt to go through
mediation at Noisebridge (preferred) or attempt to get the ban lifted
specifically for Omni.
Has anyone lost any glasses in sudoroom?
Aaaaand has anyone found some ID cards, clipper card, etc. with my name and
picture on them? Because I'm pretty sure I lost them somewhere at or around
the omni, four cards total :/
I'm bringing over a bunch of electronics components from BioCurious this
afternoon. I have three parts drawer racks, plus several more bins with
plastic baggies of parts. Mostly discrete components, but there are some
chips and a few short tapes of surface mount components.
These all look to be very new, well organized and labeled, so I think they
will come in very handy for the electronics hackers at Sudo.
Anyone interested in this stuff?
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Date: Wed, Aug 1, 2018 at 11:33 AM
Subject: Re: [sudo-info] Computer + parts donations
Here's what I cataloged so far..
MSI K9AG-Neo2 motherboard (RAM slot 4 defective)
Generic 6GB DDR2 PC2-6400U 800MHz 3x2GB -- 1x2GB extra stick unused
and original OCZ 4x1GB sticks available
AMD Phenom II X2 555 AM3 Black Edition
ZOTAC GT430 PCIe card
Generic DVDRW SATA drive
Case is barebones -- no side panels
Will include all power cords, data cables, etc
Misc computer-related hardware
3.5mm male-female audio cable
RJ45 male-male ethernet extenders
1.5x Arctic Silver 5 Thermal compound (1 unused tube, 1 half-used
tube) including thermal surface purifier, material remover
USB 2.0 powered hub 4x-port
5 USB 2.0 microUSB cables
2x USB A to B cable
2x USB A to A cable
USB Bluetooth dongles (various classes, unknown versions)
Misc toroids from disassembled game controllers
Various USB-A nanoreceivers (from wireless mouses)
Linksys wireless-G PCI card
MicroUSB cards reader
Cambridge Soundworks speakers + woofer (cables are old and crackly)
Some tech related books