[Noisebridge-congress] BERLIN local NB storage / travel

miloh froggytoad at gmail.com
Thu Jul 28 21:45:30 PDT 2011


On Thu, Jul 28, 2011 at 10:28 AM, Andreas Stadler <rain at meta-mind.de> wrote:

>
> great that early-birds are already near campsite and preparing !
>
> also a few near-free BM style events happening during this times near
> berlin ...
>
> and many underground art/hacker-spaces to see, and make new friends.
>
> - - - -
>
> there is couchsurfing/crash-space pre-, during-, post-event,
>
> in a improvised hack/art-space,
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> and some camping gear,
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> available to anyone able to physically display,
>
> or accurately visualize one of the NB logos to "the guardian",
>
> as well as shout out the core principle of NB aloud ;)
>
>
wow that sounds great I sure would like to avoid lugging a nylong tent and
some tent poles half way around the world.

I know the symbols and the principle of NB, let me know if you have spare
generousity/tents or if I could invest in a cheapo that would manifest at or
near camp on arrival 9 august...
otherwise, I can bring a tent (unfortuantely displacing electronics, logic
analyzers, bits and pieces I would much rather be bringing)

- - - -
>
> as a quick metaphor,
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> consider myself as one of
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> "regional local NB distributed storage and travel manager providers"
>
> for Berlin/Germany/EU geographic area,
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> providing free/low-cost dynamic travel options,
>
> focusing on camping/survival/hacking/electronics-gear,
>
> essentially the minimalistic-core of a distributed german NB-style
> hackerspace.
>
> - - - -
>
> being somewhat minimalistic, I personally don't have much more,
>
> than a simple 2 person igloo-tent, and possibly some field-beds,
>
> which i won't need at camp, and can donate as NB shared space.
>
> - - - -
>
> if people were thinking about investing
>
> in decent camping gear locally,
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> because of flight-weight-limits,
>
> this gear can be organized and kept secure near berlin,
>
> and made available to any NB affiliated travellers,
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> finding themselves in germany or europe in current and future times,
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> or anonymously shipped globally in emergency situations.
>
> - - - -
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> also there is some limited capacity to transport people freely,
>
> using trains, trams, and busses in Berlin, and all over germany.
>
> if more demand than supply, it goes to the highest bitcoin BTC bidder,
>
> while round-robin "token-ring" sharing should be somewhat possible.
>
> - - - -
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> there is also a network of local german hackers,
>
> that provides DE-hackerspace travel-event-tours on BTC otc-market.
>
> - - - -
>
> no guarantees in this complex life ...
>
> but feel free to contact me,
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> with ideas, requests, or donations for this open-source fork project !
>
>
>
> See you at CCC Chaos Communication Camp 2011 !
>
> ~mV | AndreasS
>
>
>
>
>
> On 07/28/2011 10:12 AM, WZ wrote:
> > Hey Andreas!
>
> > That is great news. I'm staying about 3 hours from Berlin and coming
> > to the city next week. So far I was planning to buy a cheap tent and
> > outdoor cooking gear, then abandon them when I go back to the U.S.
> > (what a waste!). If it's possible for me to borrow this gear, that
> > would be great! I'll cook something for you at camp ;-)
> >
> > Also if you know anyone who could host me before camp, please let
> > me know - I was staying in Berlin hostels and hotels last week, but would
> of
> > course prefer to hang out with local hackers.
> >
> > Thanks much!
>
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