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[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sudo Sudo] is a software command that stands for "super user do". It's pronounced "sue-dough" or "sue-due".
 
[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sudo Sudo] is a software command that stands for "super user do". It's pronounced "sue-dough" or "sue-due".
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=== How does membership work? ===
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We're still defining it.
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=== What's your legal structure? ===
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It's still evolving. Here's some history:
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* In November 2011, Sudoroom held its [[First_Meeting|first meeting]]. We've held [[Meetings|regular meetings]] ever since then.
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* In early 2012, we agreed to an [[Articles_of_Association|Articles of Association]].
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* In late 2013, we filed [[Articles_of_Incorporation|Articles of Incorporation]] with the state of California, and elected a [[Board|Board of Directors]]

Revision as of 13:12, 10 March 2014

Thanks for your interest in Sudo Room!

What is Sudoroom?

We're a free & open community space for hackers, artists, activists and YOU!

What's a hackerspace?

Watch this KQED Video Open Source Creativity: Hackerspaces:

"It's not easy to say what a hackerspace is exactly. You know it when you're in one, but they're all unique because people are so unique."
—Mitch Altman of Noisebridge

What does "sudo" mean?

Sudo is a software command that stands for "super user do". It's pronounced "sue-dough" or "sue-due".

How does membership work?

We're still defining it.

What's your legal structure?

It's still evolving. Here's some history: