[PD] Pd/audio/visual open source software workers in London.....

doktorp doktorp at mac.com
Mon Nov 8 23:16:40 CET 2004


I help run the share event in NYC, while not specifically geared 
towards open source, we definitely have that 'edge' for open systems. 
(and im pretty in to o.s. :).

Share is currently working on releasing an open source set of community 
building tools, specifically our new web page (its running in beta, and 
almost done). Feel free to email us at contact at share.dj to ask any 
questions about share, our tools and how we went about finding such 
kick ass people that make up our weekly event :). Wed love to have some 
international sets going and to see other places doing similar things.

Weve done an international event called anyware 
(http://share.dj/events/anyware/), and are looking for some more 
international projects.

also weve just submitted our fiscal sponsorship application to NYFA so 
we can accept donations to hep fund events (specifically geared towards 
international collaboration) and possibly setting up similar events and 
workshops elsewhere.

Anyway, sorry to blab, but please contact us if you have any questions!



On Nov 2, 2004, at 2:11 PM, chun lee wrote:

> On 2/11/04 6:07 pm, "nacht" <nacht at widerstand.org> wrote:
>> On Tue, 02 Nov 2004 18:01:17 +0000, chun lee wrote
>>> Me and a friend of mine are thinking of putting together a 
>>> audio/visual
>>> performance event with the focus on the use of free/open source
>>> software in London. With any luck, we intend to run the event semi-
>> *snip*
>>> events/groups like this. Any help or suggestion are welcome. If
>>> there are similar group/event already running successfully elsewhere
>>> on the planet, it will be great to know and see how its done.
>> *snip*
>> Might I suggest talking/ looking at dorkbot.org
>> They run a London based event. Tho not directly aligned there is a 
>> certain
>> intersection of interest between PD users and what they do.
> Hi there:
> Thanks for your reply and yes, we are aware of the dorkbot and its 
> certainly
> kind of the direction we are aiming at but with the focus on the 
> free/open
> source software.
> Cheers
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