[PD] Pd/audio/visual open source software workers in London.....
leechun at leechun.freeserve.co.uk
Tue Nov 9 02:28:08 CET 2004
Thanks for your reply. Collaboration would be great! For the moment, we
have got a wiki site going at:
I will post a separate thread in the announcement list about this with more
detail in the next couple of days.
> 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
>>>> 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-
>>>> 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.
>>> Might I suggest talking/ looking at dorkbot.org
>>> They run a London based event. Tho not directly aligned there is a
>>> 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
>> kind of the direction we are aiming at but with the focus on the
>> source software.
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