[hackerspaces] East-Sprawl Hackerspaces list

Nick Farr (hackerspaces.org) nick at hackerspaces.org
Mon Feb 22 02:01:48 CET 2010

I'm not sure I see the value in another list...are we losing that many
subscribers with all the events postings?  Frankly, I love seeing all the
activity going on throughout the world.

Then again, is there anyone out there willing to actually champion a real
website/mailing list, etc. that covers the ESHS?  Someone willing to own the
domain and keep up with all the events and possibly even coordinate meta

Nick Farr / http://nickfarr.org / 8B13F204
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On Sun, Feb 21, 2010 at 11:18, Fair Use Building And Research Labs <
general at fubarlabs.com> wrote:

> Sounds like a great idea.  Mailing list sounds good, or perhaps if we all
> consistently use a certain category or tag on our respective blogs for
> events, we could just aggregate all of the RSS feeds in one place.  What do
> you consider the 'Eastern Sprawl'?  I can easily count Hive76, the Hactory,
> Alpha-1 and NYCR as my neighbors, but they all may have their own ideas.
>  Where do you draw the line?
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