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Access Space hackerspace
Interview with James Wallbank, a founder of one of the longest-running hackerspaces in the U.K. Access Space opened in the center of the northern industrial city of Sheffield in 2000 with the goal of being open to all.
0 comments Posted 1 Apr 2016 by Daniel James Feed
A DBA from Wake County, NC shares ways that you can get involved in the civic hacking movement, even if you don't write code.
2 comments Posted 16 Jun 2015 by Chris Mathews Feed
Blue clouds, open source cloud
Julien Danjou is a free software hacker almost all of the time. At his day job, he hacks on OpenStack for eNovance. And, in his free time, he hacks on free software projects like Debian, Hy, and awesome. Julian has also written The Hacker's Guide to Python and given talks on OpenStack and the... Read more
0 comments Posted 22 Oct 2014 by Jen Wike Huger (Red Hat) Feed
rural hackerlands
By Bernardo Gutierrez They open up areas struck by digital exclusion. They develop autonomous Internet networks in mountainous areas, install organic solar panels, and let local Internet radio emerge. They can even transform abandoned water troughs into eco-jacuzzis. "Hackerspaces," user-friendly... Read more
1 comment Posted 19 May 2014 by Shareable Feed