[hackerspaces] OT: Edinburgh
farmckon at gmail.com
Fri Sep 3 19:30:04 CEST 2010
I'm curious/interested about the non-hackerspace spaces on the website
too. I wish they were labeled better, or flagged somehow.
There are 2 examples right here in Philly, There is also NextFab
It's a commercial Fabrication shop where you can get a 'membership'
(like TechShop) And The Hacktory, which does class, but has no
membership model (or members?) and seems to be more of an arts
organization at this point.
I think we need to list those places, but I wish we had a way to flag
spaces that are core' *vs non-core** in the list.
My picky $0.02.
* in my view this is not-making-a-profit, member-owned and/or
memmber-run, memeber elected officers/board, key-access for members,
and with some community outreach
** in my view commercial or for-profit, trust-fund funded, corporate
or college run, arts-groups, totally-private, etc.
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On Fri, Sep 3, 2010 at 1:16 PM, Russ Garrett <russ at garrett.co.uk> wrote:
> On 3 September 2010 18:09, Nick <oinksocket at letterboxes.org> wrote:
>> Aha. So, there is now, as of last week. A miscellaneous group of us, including
>> many of the regulars from dorkbot alba, finally found a space and enough paying
>> members to rent it. It's in a studio in the Drill Hall, Dalmeny St, off Leith Walk.
>> This is a very recent development - we've not gotten around to announcing it
>> formally, we're still trying to procure furniture, storage and equipment to kit
>> it out. We plan an open night on the Friday 17th Sept. Dorkbot meetings will
>> probably move to the "hacklab" (as it's been dubbed) instead of the Forest, if
>> the consensus approves.
> Awesome. You should lurk in #hackspace on Freenode - it's our UK-wide
> channel for hackerspaces.
> Russ Garrett
> russ at garrett.co.uk
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