[Noisebridge-discuss] Want to lead circuit hacking monday?

Patrick O'Doherty p at trickod.com
Tue Jan 20 03:54:01 UTC 2015

Thought: the times I've been involved in running CHM before it's been a
lot of fun to do it as a group. It also seems like it'd be a lot more
reliable to have a group of folks involved than leave it rest on one
person's shoulders.

I'd be down for trying to change the format a bit to group participation
over teacher / student setup.


On Tue, Jan 13, 2015 at 09:38:27AM -0800, Torrie Fischer wrote:
> Last night we had a pretty stellar showing of folks for Circuit Hacking
> Monday! Circuits were built! Hacking was done! It was Monday! All the
> prerequisites were there so it was totally excellent to see so many new faces
> show up and put together kits :)
> Unfortunately, I am but a mere human (surprise!) who lacks an infinite
> reservoir of patience and bandwidth despite all claims and evidence to the
> contrary.
> Fortunately, I am but a single thread within the vast fabric of Noisebridge!
> Our lives are forever intertwined and it is these tangles that make the
> patchwork of our community so vibrant and wonderful!
> As such I present a question to this intricate fabric of the Noisebridge
> community:
> Anyone else want to lead circuit hacking Mondays? I'm not too keen on doing it
> every week when I want to hack a thing of my own on Mondays.
> Last night was a good return from vacation but now I want others to also
> experience the absolute joy of leading a circuit hacking monday class. It
> really is a magical experience ;)
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