[hackerspaces] Hackathon November 20th

Blackhold blackholdmailer at gmail.com
Mon Nov 23 23:58:37 CET 2009

Here in Barcelona we started at 20:00 (GMT+1) friday and ended 22:00
(GMT+1) sunday.

The recorded place, sorry for our bad brandwith, was la carboneria,
were we passed allmost time, but also we worked in other place, la

our hackathon was based on workly weekend. Mainly we assembled new
machines with the technological rubbish. Also we have fix the antenna
that offers internet access to la rimaia with guifi.net project. The
biggest citizens wired network in the world with 8500 active nodes and
3000 projected.

the hackathon was a place to go the past weekend and visit us people
from whole barcelona and girona.

during the hackathon, people from the squatted building la carboneria,
painted the main wall with a big tree with the roots fixed to ground.

we putted also a pannels about free to p2p sharing and visit us a 6
months listener from our radio, aptitudefm.

we closed the hackathon with the radio program in contrabanda FM's studio.

I wish you have enjoyed like us! which is the next one? :D
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PGP-key: F8645A97

On Mon, Nov 23, 2009 at 11:01 PM, Jarkko Moilanen
<Jarkko.Moilanen at uta.fi> wrote:
> We from 5W, former The5thWave, Tampere, Finland,
> The event had a different kind of effect on us. We did not hack on with
> electronics or software. Partly because of this marvellous event (which we
> did follow occasionally), we had a 5 hour meeting in real life at a cafe
> (since we are still starting our community and have no space yet). What we
> came up with, was a road-map for the near future (what to do and who's going
> to do what).
> That meeting was a huge leap forward for us! The amount of discussion and
> decisions was enormous. Hopefully we get our space soon and hope to take
> part in future events with video and audiofeeds. So even if we didn't
> actually take part in the event directly, it had an impact on us!
> /kyb3R
>> On 23 Nov 2009 21:09, "Curbob" <curbob at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I'd like to hear what all the groups got finished during the hack-a-thon
>> even though we had some network problems at Freeside Atlanta, I was able
>> to
>> finish the setup for my new Mame machine and worked on an irc bot I'd been
>> wanting to work on.
>> On Fri, Nov 20, 2009 at 7:37 PM, Blackhold <blackholdmailer at gmail.com>
>> wrote: > > hello, > barcelo...
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