[hackerspaces-theory] ping

Jo Walsh metazool at gmail.com
Sun Dec 2 15:47:37 CET 2012

Look up Hydra, UK edge-of-academic effort to do a very similar thing, maybe useful running code?

You may end up becoming librarians, though.

maxigas <maxigas at anargeek.net> wrote:

>From: Andrew Schrock <aschrock at usc.edu>
>Subject: Re: [hackerspaces-theory] ping
>Date: Fri, 30 Nov 2012 10:44:33 -0800
>> Hi (again!) Maxigas, 
>> Good question. This is the first email I received from this list
>since signing up
>> over a year ago. I'm game to help make this more lively and useful! 
>hehe, nice.  OK, since i am scanning to formulate my research question
>these days, i will post some ideas for discussion here, too.
>> Also this might be an interesting topic for future presentations: how
>to maintain
>> a larger repository of hackerspace research and hacker culture? Us
>hacker types
>> seem better at creating resources than thinking about their long-term
>contexts of
>> use. 
>the whole web is supernonpersistent stuff.  i think the first step is
>to refresh 
>and maybe duplicate them on the p2pfoundation wiki.
>that was we make sure that at least one of those sites will have
>outdated documentation at all times, hehe. :P
>if done we know that we can do stuff, feel good from getting things
>done, and then we can gear up our ambitions.
>how do you store your references?  i am thinking about refreshing a
>public bibtex file daily.
>maxigas, kiberpunk
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