[Tastebridge] Tastebridge SCHEDULE for the week of Jan 9 2011

algoldor at frantisekapfelbeck.org algoldor at frantisekapfelbeck.org
Tue Jan 11 03:41:39 PST 2011


Quoting Patrick Keys <citizenkeys at gmail.com>:

> I replied to the qr code thing, which I guess implies that I'm no one.
> My comment was that we should get Tastebridge a website.  The website is
> what I thought would go on the qr code.
>
>
> Patrick
>

https://www.noisebridge.net/wiki/Tastebridge

As I've asked maybe 10 times before without any answer yet. Why not to  
use already existing Tastebridge web pages? If you Patric feel like no  
one after one post on the topic, then I'm probably still before big  
bang.

By the way I've updated these non existing web pages by link to the  
distilling classes. If I manage I will put there also recipe for sushi  
which I've learned the other day.

Sincerely,

Frantisek


>
>
> On 1/10/2011 7:07 AM, miloh wrote:
>> On Sun, Jan 9, 2011 at 6:30 PM, Patrick Keys<citizenkeys at gmail.com>  wrote:
>>> Tuesday evenings should always have some sort of meal planned in advance
>>> one way or another.  Whether people bring food or we cook, having a good
>>> spread of food on the same night as the weekly meeting always seems to
>>> work out well.  It creates a happier and more festive atmosphere and
>>> makes a great weekly follow-up to the busy circuit hacking mondays.
>>>
>>
>> Cooking on Tuesday is great if we have the chefs, funding,
>> preplanning, and perhaps RSVP to avoid wasted food.  Perhaps there
>> will be a spontaneous generation of meals on Tuesdays.  I want to
>> focus on getting Wednesdays scheduled.
>>
>>> Miloh: what are we doing about the labels? Have you got labels yet or
>>> should I go buy some?  Please let me know.  Just FYI, if you use
>>> standard avery sizes (whether you're using actual avery brand or not),
>>> any decent word processor has a template so they print properly.
>>>
>>>
>>
>> Check out the content MON: from the Tastebridge schedule at the top of
>> the thread, I wrote about using regular paper and water soluble glue.
>> Much more economical and more affordable.  Avery labels are somewhat
>> harder to remove, and kind of kraft-y kitschy.  With paper I don't
>> need to worry about registration issues, labels can just get printed
>> and sliced in the paper cutter.  Besides, theres' this whole cool QR
>> code thing that I mentioned that no one replied to yet!  I thought it
>> was the neatest idea in my email. oh well.
>>
>> -rma
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