[hackerspaces] I need your HS' pix and stories.

Elger Jonker elger.jonker at gmail.com
Tue Nov 27 11:16:27 CET 2012

This is the Hack42 flickr group. It's decent quality:

Use a translation service for their website to read a story or two:
http://www.hack42.nl and wiki: http://www.hack42.nl/wiki/

Also see this (get a copy) for a general impression:

Elger "Stitch"

On Tue, Nov 27, 2012 at 11:12 AM, Philip Poten <philip.poten at gmail.com>wrote:

> Hello folks,
> I'm currently trying to inspire people to create a hackerspace in one of
> the most rural parts of Austria*. Now, I've been trying to introduce people
> that are not primarily into electronics or IT to the idea of a hackerspace,
> and went looking for pictures & stories from around the world.
> Turns out, it's very difficult to align pictures with stories (and names)
> when it's not a hackerspace you know, and often pictures are just without a
> comment on flickr, or the text isn't in english, or there is a text but no
> picture, or the better pictures are elsewhere, or ... yadda yadda. Every
> hackerspace has their own creative chaos communicating the awesomeness that
> they are to the outside world.
> Now, I still want to give people aroun here an idea on what a hackerspace
> can all be / what can happen there, But to do this, I need your help:
> TLDR: SEND ME YOUR PIXXx1 (and the story, and the hackerspace it is from,
> and the country, and a link to a representative page, and the Creative
> Commons License/Author)
> Examples are on http://endstation.cc/ - the slideshow gives you an idea
> of the style of pictures and the length of text I'm looking for. I'm
> looking for all kind of electronic, digital or non-electronic endeavours.
> You can also send several pix for each story. You can also send any
> descriptive collection of links to pictures and texts from what I can
> create the above. (CC License!)
> Thank you so much for every minute you can spare on this, and if it is at
> all useful for others, I task myself with collecting the result on a wiki
> page on hackerspaces.org.
> Philip
> * Yes! I think it can be done. While we suffer from low population
> density, there is more infrastructure lacking than in a city (e.g.
> rehearsal rooms, audio studio, bike shop etc). So the diversity of
> potential supporters will make up for plain quantity.
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Elger Jonker
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