[hackerspaces] The First Baltimore Hackathon

Tim Saylor tim.saylor at gmail.com
Mon Nov 15 05:54:12 CET 2010

> (Apologies as this is mostly a regional thing but I couldn't think of a
better way to reach out.)

It's a problem that there's not a better way to reach out.  I own
hackerspacechallenge.com and intend to use it to publicize and ideally
create more opportunities for people to hack competitively.  I just started
a google calendar<http://www.google.com/calendar/embed?src=38nfpjvvks55n2io6h17mpc17o%40group.calendar.google.com&ctz=America/Chicago>for
events like this and added your hackathon.  The DNS updates are still
propagating so if you get a godaddy parked page check back tomorrow.  If
anyone else has events like this coming up or things like the Open Kinect
prize please let me know.

On Wed, Nov 3, 2010 at 9:31 AM, Matthew Forr <matthew.forr at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hackers,
> (Apologies as this is mostly a regional thing but I couldn't think of a
> better way to reach out.)
> Details on the First Baltimore Hackathon have finally come together and I'd
> like to invite everyone to come and participate. The challenge is to build
> the most awesome thing (hardware/software/whatever) over the course of a
> weekend while getting to know other local hackers. The event will be held at
> the Beehive co-working space in Baltimore over the weekend of November 19th.
> We have cash prizes for best group/individual project plus one for the crowd
> favorite and a number of door prizes. Moreover, we'll have food catered by
> Puffs N' Pastries all weekend long so all you have to do is build.
> You can signup online at www.baltimorehackathon.com
> --
> -Matthew
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