[hackerspaces] Spark 181 – Mitch Altman says hackers could raise $10mil

Ryan Rix ry at n.rix.si
Thu May 10 18:55:29 CEST 2012

HeatSync has a fairly active Young Makers program thanks to the work of some 
of our board members and community members.

Just because the primary audience of a hackerspace is adults, doesn't exclude 
children and childrens' programs from a space. Indeed, some of the smartest 
people I know in our space are 11 or 14 years old.


On Thu 10 May 2012 01:18:41 Al Jigong Billings wrote:
> Oh really?
> Name the hackerspaces with school programs or programs primarily focused on
> children?
> The vast majority of hackerspaces *are* concerned with education but only
> that of adults.
> --
> Al Jigong Billings
> http://www.openbuddha.com
> On Thursday, May 10, 2012 at 12:35 AM, Nils Hitze wrote:
> > Building Hackerspaces IS educating kids. If the Hackerspaces follow a
> > certain code of conduct,
> > which could include: Educating is the main target of this space
Ryan Rix -- http://rix.si
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