[Noisebridge-discuss] I want to teach a Hardware Hacking & Repair class
Jeffrey Carl Faden
jeffreyatw at gmail.com
Fri Aug 8 22:25:22 UTC 2014
Having a hardware hacking class sounds like a great idea! If you're
bringing hardware to hack on, that seems like reason enough to ask for a
donation toward the cost of components, but I would suggest emphasizing
that the class is free, as all Noisebridge classes should be.
Looking at this schedule for the week, I don't think Tuesday at 6:30 will
really work. All three main spaces would be taken up with events a half
I might suggest Monday, anytime in Turing, or Thursday at 6pm in Turing. It
would be very short notice, but any time during this weekend would also be
a good time. You should probably expect to hold your class for at least an
hour - probably two hours, to be safe.
Tell me what you think! Hoping to have you on the schedule.
On Fri, Aug 8, 2014 at 3:11 PM, Zach <organic_unity at yahoo.com> wrote:
> Hey folks,
> I'm excited about the NB reboot and I want to contribute by teaching a
> class. Many people have asked me over the years to do this and I want to
> make it happen.
> My idea so far is an open-ended hardware hacking / repair class teaching
> the basics of repairing things like:
> - flat screen TVs/ monitors
> - headphones/ headphone cables
> - ATX power supply/ general power supply repair
> - battery care (and reviving "dead" li-ion packs"
> - basics of laptop repair
> I'm thinking the class should be more of an intermediate level with
> soldering know-how required. It would be nice if people are familiar with
> the basic parts like resistors, capacitors, etc.
> I will also keep it open for suggestions so people can pick my brain as to
> things I've repaired over my 10+ years doing this stuff.
> I will bring some monitors to hack
> I think an ideal day and time would be Tuesday evening, 6:30pm. That slot
> looks open so far on the wiki.
> Are we allowed to ask for a small donation for our class? I was thinking
> $5 donation but no one turned away.
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