[hackerspaces] Press

Rodney Arne Karlsen rodney at strangeminds.org
Fri Apr 3 12:10:16 CEST 2009

Hi there

I can't wait to see the publication. At our meeting last week a couple of us 
were wondering what the status of that project was. We look forward to seeing 
the result. :-)

On Friday 03 April 2009 01:46:07 astera wrote:
> Hey there,
> On Thu, Apr 2, 2009 at 7:31 PM, David Powell <davepow16 at gmail.com> wrote:
> > That brings me to this next thought. We should create a press release
> > that can easily be shared with all the big technology news channels.
> > CNET comes to mind and I'm sure there are a bunch of others.
> Yes, totally agreed.
> > In order to get this started I would like if you guys would take
> > photos of your groups interacting with each other either in your
> > hackerspace or in your meeting location if you are just getting
> > started. Then write a little paragraph about what is going on in the
> > photo and provide details about where that location is and what the
> > name is of the organization.
> As you might have heard, Bre and me were working on a publication about a
> bunch of the hackerspaces that are featured on the site (as in: everyone
> who got back to our mail), and we have the final pdf version (Bre is
> reading over it atm for the very, very, VERY last time ;) - so this might
> be included in a press mailing (though it's pretty insanely huge).
> Also, right now as I write these lines Georgyo has helped me implement some
> new statistic graphs of hackerspaces.org and when and where hackerspaces
> were founded... the new feature will be released early by tomorrow I
> believe, as I want to reference it at Jens' and my talk at re:publica in
> Berlin, Germany.
> Including this dataset will give an additional plus of information I
> believe.
> Hack on,
> /astera

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