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= Bestest Most Current Things =
[[Movement]] - a group focused around transportation projects at SudoRoom. It can be cars, it can be bikes... yeah!
[[Trains]] - because we need a wiki about trains
= Past =
[[LateAfternoonPython]]
[[WakeyWakey]] Learning foreign languages other stuff using voice apis
[[SudoDonate]]
[[SudoCare]]
[[Wyd]] Excuse me... what are you doing? mini video project
Help with [[CyberWizardInstitute]]
[[Art]] at SudoRoom
[[CoedAlgorithms]] ''doing all we can to make algorithms beautiful and poetic instead of torturous and agonizing''
[[MRI_3D_Printing]]
[[UnderstandingTools]]


[[File:Romy Ilano, model citizen in RPS Collective t-shirt.jpg|thumb|DOGE so charm rps t-shirt hacker cool ]]
[[File:Romy Ilano, model citizen in RPS Collective t-shirt.jpg|thumb|DOGE so charm rps t-shirt hacker cool ]]
[[File:SudoRoom Robot Art Painter!.png|painting with the SudoRoom Robot arm <3 it's so good to learn from other people!]]
= Philosophy =
I go to hackerspaces to make things and hack. If I'm not hacking at a hackrrspace, I must ask myself, Why am I here?
= Events =
* [http://hackerspaces.org/wiki/Bay_Area_Consortium_of_Hackerspaces/September_26_2014 BACH 2014] Bay Area consortium of Hackerspaces Meeting in October - we are all working for a more inclusive, womanly, maternal embryonic, asian cosplay, all animal friendly (bears, cats and dogs all allowed), maternal, multinational, prostratic, and roundabout creative, colorful version of the new hackerspace for '''Anyone and Everyone'''


= Projects =  
= Projects =  


== Current Projects at SudoRoom ==
== Current Projects at SudoRoom ==
* [[SudoKit]] '''Learning for everyone--not just kids but also old people, young people, even small animals!'''''inspired by a cool collage teacher met at RPS Collective, the sudoroom hackers who like to teach, learning and animasl''
* [[GameHacking]] 
* [[Today_We_Learned]] - Oct 11, 2014 - [[TWL-Games|Creating FUN Games with Open Source!]] [https://sudoroom.org/events/today-we-learned-creating-learning-games-with-belle/ Calendar link]


''Doge needs more projects!''
''Doge needs more projects!''
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= Interests =  
= Interests =  


I like to build things. I prefer hacking and learning by doing rather than hearing a lot of excellent speaker talk. I'd rather be moving the movement than posturing to "lead a movement." I like passion. I don't see a lot of it lately. I see it at Sudo room more than I do at most places.
I like to build things. I prefer hack nights and doing stuff to tech talks.


* http://www.romyilano.com
* http://www.romyilano.com
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= Personal Philosophy =
= Personal =
 
* I love living in Oakland.
* I favor collaboration and doocracy. Please work with me on the sudoroom github - http://github.com/sudoroom
* favor collaboration and doocracy. Please work with me on the sudoroom github - http://github.com/sudoroom
* I do not enjoy listening to a lot of presentations and pitches. I prefer doing stuff.
* beginning apprentice snowboarding and skateboarding, journeying by hanging out with various dysfunctional pugs
* If I'm wearing headphone I need to focus, please let me concentrate + do not interrupt me.  I'm not trying to be rude, I just don't have a lot of time.
 
== Life ==
 
Life is to be explored. It is a place of abundance.
 
=== Oakland ===


[[File:Sudoroom-radicalSoftware.jpg|200px|thumb|right|Sudo Room]]
[[File:Sudoroom-radicalSoftware.jpg|200px|thumb|right|Sudo Room]]
I used to live in Oakland and miss it very much.
When I lived in Oakland, I volunteered at the Rock Paper Scissors Collective http://rpscollective.org/ down the street. I helped clean up trash after First Fridays Art Murmur back when volunteers had to manage the security. It was not very fun doing security and telling angry hippie vendors we had to clear up the street or we would lose our art murmur license. It was not very fun picking up dirty beer and 40's in paper bags. Unfortunately those things have to be done.
It was more fun volunteering and doing the fun stuff like helping organize the Zine Library.
I would like to see Rock Paper Scissors Collective, Oakland youth, fun people who sew do more things with Sudo Room and build things. I would like to see more people have fun, especially if the people are from different social circles that wouldn't normally mix and it doesn't have to cost a lot of money.


[[File:Sudoroom_photo.jpg|200px|thumb|right|Sudo Room again!]]
[[File:Sudoroom_photo.jpg|200px|thumb|right|Sudo Room again!]]


 
== Random Stuff ==
 
== Useful Stuff ==
* One of my friends Joe Reagle Wrote a nice book on collaboration in Wikipedia. He outlines a lot of interesting situations and ways people resolve conflict on Wikipedia. It might be useful to people in an open source hackerspace as well. "http://reagle.org/joseph/2010/gfc/"
* One of my friends Joe Reagle Wrote a nice book on collaboration in Wikipedia. He outlines a lot of interesting situations and ways people resolve conflict on Wikipedia. It might be useful to people in an open source hackerspace as well. "http://reagle.org/joseph/2010/gfc/"
* When I lived in Berlin I would often eat at Volkskuechen, which are these punk rock dinners that cost a $1. The emphasis was on making food, not buying it from a restaurant, or scavenging by dumpster diving. The food was usually better than what you got in restaurants. The focus was on creating cheap, healthy ways to eat food together. There were no book deals or bloggers or "thought leaders" people just did it http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tuntenhaus_(Berlin)
* When I lived in Berlin I would often eat at Volkskuechen, which are these punk rock dinners that cost a $1. The emphasis was on making food, not buying it from a restaurant, or scavenging by dumpster diving. The food was usually better than what you got in restaurants. The focus was on creating cheap, healthy ways to eat food together. There were no book deals or bloggers or "thought leaders" people just did it http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tuntenhaus_(Berlin)
* C-Base in berlin themes itself as a crashed spaceship. Maybe sudo room would be interested in creating some kind of grand narrative. http://www.c-base.org when I think of sudo i think of grumpy unix sysadmins who look like the comic books store guy from the simpsons. maybe it could be like elvis!
* C-Base in berlin themes itself as a crashed spaceship. Maybe sudo room would be interested in creating some kind of grand narrative. http://www.c-base.org when I think of sudo i think of grumpy unix sysadmins who look like the comic books store guy from the simpsons. maybe it could be like elvis!
== Things I like About Sudo Room ==
* People aren't afraid to disagree and have open conflict. When things get too passive aggressive I joke that you get situations like the murderous passive-aggressive California hippie cult leader Sal from ''The Beach''. A healthy community is one where people have disagreements and resolve them non destructively.
* I can talk to people about code. I go to a lot of events around coding where people talk about coding and don't actually code. People like to show me how to code things.
* I like that it's a safe space where people can say they don't like social networks. In more corporate hacker spaces stuff like that can get you fired.
* People are making things.
* There are a lot of great books everywhere. There's something about  print books and valuing print that makes for a special something.
* There's less of people spouting that we need to eliminate liberal arts education and make everything business and engineering. People don't treat philosophy as "useless"
* People know what zines are.
* There are women who can code and hack things.
* People do not talk about life as if it were a game.
==Start-Ups==
I like a division between my pubilc and private life, and I do not come to Sudo room with the intention of talking too much business. It makes things healthier. Someone once told me that constantly networking and doing business in hacker spaces is unhealthy, like burning a candle at both ends. Sundays are for rest.

Latest revision as of 17:48, 30 April 2017

Bestest Most Current Things

Movement - a group focused around transportation projects at SudoRoom. It can be cars, it can be bikes... yeah! Trains - because we need a wiki about trains

Past

LateAfternoonPython

WakeyWakey Learning foreign languages other stuff using voice apis

SudoDonate

SudoCare

Wyd Excuse me... what are you doing? mini video project

Help with CyberWizardInstitute

Art at SudoRoom

CoedAlgorithms doing all we can to make algorithms beautiful and poetic instead of torturous and agonizing

MRI_3D_Printing

UnderstandingTools

DOGE so charm rps t-shirt hacker cool

painting with the SudoRoom Robot arm <3 it's so good to learn from other people!

Philosophy

I go to hackerspaces to make things and hack. If I'm not hacking at a hackrrspace, I must ask myself, Why am I here?

Events

  • BACH 2014 Bay Area consortium of Hackerspaces Meeting in October - we are all working for a more inclusive, womanly, maternal embryonic, asian cosplay, all animal friendly (bears, cats and dogs all allowed), maternal, multinational, prostratic, and roundabout creative, colorful version of the new hackerspace for Anyone and Everyone

Projects

Current Projects at SudoRoom

Doge needs more projects!

Older Projects

SudoRoom: A Love Story (Game)
  • SudoRoom: A Love Story a visual novel game about a person that is... you! who comes to SudoRoom and discovers all the neat things you can do. You eventually learn how to save the world too!
  • ArtMakingParty event we put on after the Oakland First Friday
  • Super Focus Club SudoRoom is a hackerspace, a place created for hacking. Lately it's gotten very tough for hackers to actually hack here -- we're getting pulled to do publicity for outside companies, social work, and more instead of actually hacking. Let's get back to the basics.


I didn't study engineering at all. But during the MicroController Hack Night Hol and others helped me to get my basic FSR (force sensitive resistor) working. Every time I pressed the sensor with my fingers, the LED lit up. This can lead to all sorts of interesting projects!
The first time I came to SudoRoom I was warmly welcomed. I build my own Arduino and lit up the LED for the first time! It was a special moment
Sudo Room Characters (that is an ohm, not a lululemon logo. will change it =) )

Interests

I like to build things. I prefer hack nights and doing stuff to tech talks.

Sudo Room

Personal

  • I love living in Oakland.
  • favor collaboration and doocracy. Please work with me on the sudoroom github - http://github.com/sudoroom
  • beginning apprentice snowboarding and skateboarding, journeying by hanging out with various dysfunctional pugs
Sudo Room
Sudo Room again!

Random Stuff

  • One of my friends Joe Reagle Wrote a nice book on collaboration in Wikipedia. He outlines a lot of interesting situations and ways people resolve conflict on Wikipedia. It might be useful to people in an open source hackerspace as well. "http://reagle.org/joseph/2010/gfc/"
  • When I lived in Berlin I would often eat at Volkskuechen, which are these punk rock dinners that cost a $1. The emphasis was on making food, not buying it from a restaurant, or scavenging by dumpster diving. The food was usually better than what you got in restaurants. The focus was on creating cheap, healthy ways to eat food together. There were no book deals or bloggers or "thought leaders" people just did it http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tuntenhaus_(Berlin)
  • C-Base in berlin themes itself as a crashed spaceship. Maybe sudo room would be interested in creating some kind of grand narrative. http://www.c-base.org when I think of sudo i think of grumpy unix sysadmins who look like the comic books store guy from the simpsons. maybe it could be like elvis!