[hackerspaces] A little talk about hackerspaces and travel
ralphtheninja at riseup.net
Wed May 23 13:58:31 CEST 2018
It's a splendid idea and captures a lot of the common hackerspace
mentality (my opinion) of sharing and collaboration. If you put some
work into it and do your research I'm sure you will find plenty of
places to visit that will welcome you and even give you a place to stay.
One suggestion could be to create a https://cryptpad.fr (or similar) to
share your trip/plans
On 05/23/2018 01:18 PM, zeh at posteo.de wrote:
> Hi there!
> I'm new to the hackerspace culture and I want to introduce myself
> before I ask
> you how welcome this idea I have might sound like.
> My name is Thiago and I used to work as a developer but I quit my job
> and I had
> a time off from computers.
> Not long ago I went to an opensource meeting in Peru and I had so much
> fun. So
> I decided to start studying again. A bit later I heard about the
> for the first time.
> Since I want to keep traveling I've got myself a laptop and though
> about change
> my idea of travel. Instead of visiting monuments or going to different
> cities I
> thouhgt about going around visiting hackerspaces, meeting hackers from
> around, learning and helping on projects, having fun and getting
> better as
> a developer.
> Wondering how this might sound to all of you. I mean...is a
> hackerspace a place
> to receive travelers looking for knowlogment and people to meet?
> Right now, it is just an idea but I'm looking forward to hearing your
> ideas and
> thoughts about it.
> I had a problem with my mail client so I'm not sure if this email ever
> left my mailbox.
> I apologize in case you've got it for the secont time.
> I hope to hear from all of you soon
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