Well in the light of current events, I guess it would be very cool to spearhead some more blatantly feminist and LBGT supportive groups.
I would prefer as little involvement in committees as possible! SudoRoom is a hacker's organization
LBGT and trans outreach
I'm still trying to brainstorm any trans outreach. It's looking bleak.
At the moment it is dangerous even for pregnant women to exist in most of the red states. People could die from ectopic pregnancies at any time. Therefore it is crucial to educate as many young women on how to get an IUD as possible. (Condoms are insufficient)
Displaced Homemakers API
I am continuing learning back end on helping displaced homemakers. I think this is pretty crucial considering ow many young women enter into marriages and become stay at home moms without understanding the psychological and financial consequences of their decision. It would be very cool for people to also help displaced homemakers as they frequently fall into poverty.
I am working on these things!
Basically the projection mapping project has become my thing and it's the only thing I'm really focusing on at SudoRoom. I've learned that you do more by doing less! I've gotten off track in the past few weeks.
What are you working on? Or maybe work isn't the right word... having fun and being creative with?
It's Wednesday. According to the calendar, Wednesdays at 8 PM are weekly
meetings, and most Wednesdays I send out a meeting reminder. After a few
really productive meetings earlier in the year, momentum has fallen off.
I'd really like to see Sudoroom complete the proposed reopening. It seems
to me we're stuck at this liminal space: we've got a lot of awesome
creative members and a physical space many hackerspaces would be envious
of, but we are struggling to exit the covid posture and address
long-standing issues such as facilities upkeep and sufficient revenue
generation to avoid shutting down at the end of the year.
Does anyone have any suggestions for how to reestablish our momentum? I
think we should assemble a team of volunteers motivated to make a 4 week
blitz. I think with enough people making one big push we could kick
Sudoroom from first gear to second, after which we might be able to create
some self-sustaining acceleration in momentum.
*Andrew R Gross, (he/him)*
412.657.5332 - shrad.org <http://www.shrad.org>
hi, does anyone know how to make it so that the wiki underlines all links?
It's nearly impossible to see links without that, unless you really expect
people to see the difference between black and dark blue which is ableist.
I opened this file but all the things i tried did not do anything to cause
links to be underlined. I think both internal and external links should be.
i know this should be really really really easy, and my google searches keep
pointing me in circles suggesting that nobody else has had this problem, but
i'm apparently missing something fundamental.
Python 2.7.18 (default, Mar 8 2021, 13:02:45)
[GCC 9.3.0] on linux2
Type "help", "copyright", "credits" or "license" for more information.
>>> import serial
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "<stdin>", line 1, in <module>
ImportError: No module named serial
$ apt install python-serial
E: Unable to locate package python-serial
python3-serial is installed and "import serial" works fine in python3, but the
programs for controlling the robot are made for python2 and i don't know how
hard it will be to port them over:
$ uname -a
Linux wasp 5.4.0-110-generic #124-Ubuntu SMP Thu Apr 14 19:46:19 UTC 2022
x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux
$ lsb_release -a
No LSB modules are available.
Distributor ID: Linuxmint
Description: Linux Mint 20.3
thank you for any help! This is really weird.
what specifically is the problem you're encountering? Do you need a stereo
transmitter for testing? I might have one or two....
also we have USRPs and transmitting SDRs around, so we could make a signal.
Also in sudoroom there is at least one really fancy "arbitrary waveform
generator" that you could use to produce a pilot tone, etc...
On Mon, 27 Jun 2022, Kent Leech via sudo-discuss wrote:
> I’m trying to demystify FM stereo multiplex operation for a vintage Fisher
> tube receiver I’m restoring. I’m not that great w/ RF, so this is
> presenting some challenges. Just need my brain to chew on it for a while!
> Yay for projects! Looking forward to your projection project progression.
> Kent Leech Illustration
> +1 (510) 504-0634
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Romy Ilano via sudo-discuss <sudo-discuss(a)sudoroom.org>
> Reply-To: Romy Ilano <romy(a)snowyla.com>
> Date: Sunday, June 26, 2022 at 11:40 AM
> To: Jake <jake(a)spaz.org>
> Cc: Sudo Room Discussion List <sudo-discuss(a)sudoroom.org>
> Subject: [sudo-discuss] Re: Should we have a project show and tell?
>> That’s really cool Jake! Ya I would love to go to SudoRoom to hack and
>> Me I have been learning more node back end api stuff. I’m continuing my
>> rest api project to assist displaced homemakers with the womens hacking
>> groups. While I can’t make it in person it’s fun having the community and
>> educating younger women of the dangers they face in assuming traditional
>> child caring roles
>> I’m coming back to my light projection project too! I decided to do more
>> hacking and creative work in local cafes. It’s really nice! There are a
>> lot of cool bars opening up in my area showcasing cool artists
>> Looking forward to hacking at SudoRoom as well. Let’s keep the future
>> bright for all creative women and give them a room of their own
>> Sent from my iPhone
>>> On Jun 25, 2022, at 18:54, Jake <jake(a)spaz.org> wrote:
>>> I have been trying to get the 3D printers working better, and working
>>> on the
>>> laser cutter exhaust to make it friendlier for everyone to use. I like
>>> improve infrastructure in general, and my big dream is to get an
>>> tracking system like stuff-org running so that we can be aware of where
>>> everything is when we need it, and also to help with putting things
>>> away to
>>> keep the space clear!
>>>> On Sat, 25 Jun 2022, Romy Ilano via sudo-discuss wrote:
>>>> What’s everyone working on? Should we have a project show and tell?
>>>> Sent from my iPhone
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