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Projects 2014/10/05 15:49 Please feel free to modify or create new sections, lists and project pages. Look here for our policy and guidelines document: GHS Wiki Policy Talks/Workshops Tutor(s) What? When? schjetne SICP exercises Ongoing Yona Web development workshop TBA klondike Gentoo workshop TBA schjetne Free as in Freedom TBA klondike CISCO: How not to do networks TBA Phyx Lockpickning workshop Est. March gholen, Yona Photo development (at Collaboratory?) TBA Community projects …
About us 2014/10/16 23:09 " TL;DR Hackerspaces are community-operated physical places, where people can meet and work on their projects." A hackerspace is a physical location where many different projects take place, and people from all walks of life meet to discuss ideas related to culture, technology and hacking. There are no restrictions on the types of topics discussed here, even if it's probably largely going to be electronics, software, old fax machines and robots that make everything possible. Robots building ot…
Code of Conduct 2014/02/15 03:03 Uppförandekod — Swedish (original) The version below is “translated” from swedish using Google Translate... Please help us fix it! ---------- Gothenburg Hackerspace (GHS) is an inclusive society where everyone is welcome regardless of age, ethnicity, gender, sexuality or religion - to discuss and learn more about technology in an environment of mutual respect, tolerance and encouragement. We want all participants to have an enjoyable and fulfilling experience. Therefore, all participants are …
Linux Security Package List 2014/10/04 04:27 This list was started as an collaborative effort to maintain an distribution-independent list of security related packages for Linux systems. The original list came from the Linux Alpine project. Feel free to help out in any way possible. fixme collab Redistribution One of the goals is to offer meta-packages for popular Linux distributions, to minimize the trend of creating new distributions or derivatives for specific purposes.