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* Do we all like the name "metaspace"? Or "the metaspace con"?
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=Ideas for Events=
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* Makeshop overnight "camp-in" at 403 Brown Street
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* 2-hour make-a-thon, 6-hour make-a-thon
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* Panel discussions on overcoming various hackerspace problems
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* Hackerspace show-n-tell
  
 
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Revision as of 12:03, 31 July 2009

Overview

An attempt to get multiple hackerspaces in the same place at the same time with the goal of organizing a hackerspaces con for the next year.

Where: Huntsville, AL

Calendar

09/18/09-09/20/09

Hotel Info

Schedule

  • A type of panel discussion where members of various hackerspaces get up before the room and present a problem with their space and let the room try and solve it. The idea being that surely there's another space that's already dealt with said problem and can offer advice.

Attending

  • Makers Local 256, Huntsville, AL
  • Freeside, Atlanta, GA
  • Hacker Consortium, Nashville, TN
  • Cowtown Computer Congress, Kansas City, KS
  • Hak-it, Indiantown, FL
  • ibt, Gainesville, FL
  • Tx/Rx Labs, Houston, TX
  • foulabs, Montreal, Quebec, CA

Discussion

  • Perhaps try and get a discounted rate or free access to the Space & Rocket Center.
  • Possible schwag being something hackable.
  • Do we all like the name "metaspace"? Or "the metaspace con"?

Ideas for Events

  • Makeshop overnight "camp-in" at 403 Brown Street
  • 2-hour make-a-thon, 6-hour make-a-thon
  • Panel discussions on overcoming various hackerspace problems
  • Hackerspace show-n-tell