[Noisebridge-discuss] Today evening (Friday, 2015-10-02): Electronic parts organizing @Noisebridge
h.zeller at acm.org
Sat Oct 3 08:30:32 UTC 2015
Alright, little update: This evening, we had Robyn, Cynthia, Frank,
Jake (new to the space), James and $(woman working on a TV-BGone kit
whose name I forgot again) working on identifying components: reading
resistor values, looking for datasheets etc.
We probably got 100-150ish bins done. For some in the group, that was
the first exposure to electronic components.
We now have 506 entries in the database where at least one field is
set. We are getting somewhere here. I am so happy to see people that
motivated moving this effort for a usable electronic area forward!
On 2 October 2015 at 09:06, Henner Zeller <h.zeller at acm.org> wrote:
> If you would like to help organizing the electronic parts area, come
> to Noisebridge today at 8pm.
> There are multiple phases to this project, and I'll explain them this
> evening. Bottom line: preparation work has mostly been done. Now, we
> need people that help identify parts and put them in the database. A
> web based entry system is in place for that.
> There are > 1700 drawers and bins that need identification (of which
> ~200 are already done). So the more people we have, the faster we can
> get through.
> Even if you don't have experience with electronic components, we come
> together to all learn how to do it. Once you know how to do it, you
> can independently enter components whenever you want to spend an hour
> at Noisebridge until we have all components categorized.
> Where: @Noisebridge in the electronics area
> When: today Friday 2015-10-02 at 8pm (20:00)
> What to bring: Bring a Laptop or Chromebook if you have to use the web
> frontend; if not, there are Chromestations in the space, but they are
> See you tonight,
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