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Les Hackers sortent du bois -, web-tv communautaire r Rencontre avec des représentant de la scène hacker Française à l'heure ou l'expérience du TMP/Lab commence à faire des petits avec l'ouverture de 5 'hacker spaces' Découvrons ensemble avec nos invités la réalité du milieu des hackers à l'aube de leur passage dans le mainstream. Qui sont)ils ? Comment est née leur vocation ? Pour répondre à l'invitation à participer à ce tournage, veuillez sélectionner l'option appropriée ci-dessous. I confirm my response, and also send a word to the organizers: Below, I explain my motivation to the organizers: You have no friends that are available to join this webcast. You are a lecturer, journalist, blogger, speaker and you need the source video file? Fee: 1800€ Video file command Fee: 1980€ NB. Be careful, you're about to acquire the source file that permits generating this video This does not in any way correspond to an assignment of copyright or opening any proprietary and / or commercial exploitation of this file.

PHACK -- Parisian's Hacklabs The Original Hacker's Dictionary [This file, jargon.txt, was maintained on MIT-AI for many years, before being published by Guy Steele and others as the Hacker's Dictionary. Many years after the original book went out of print, Eric Raymond picked it up, updated it and republished it as the New Hacker's Dictionary. Unfortunately, in the process, he essentially destroyed what held it together, in various ways: first, by changing its emphasis from Lisp-based to UNIX-based (blithely ignoring the distinctly anti-UNIX aspects of the LISP culture celebrated in the original); second, by watering down what was otherwise the fairly undiluted record of a single cultural group through this kind of mixing; and third, by adding in all sorts of terms which are "jargon" only in the sense that they're technical. Verb doubling: a standard construction is to double a verb and use i as a comment on what the implied subject does. Soundalike slang: similar to Cockney rhyming slang. ANGLE BRACKETS (primarily MIT) n. ARG n. BAGBITER 1. n.

Paul Dourish hackEns | Main / HomePage Electrolab Electrolab - Main room Electrolab - Electronics Electrolab - Mechanical 1 Electrolab - Mechanical 2 Electrolab - Chemistry The Electrolab is a built from scratch hackerspace willing to provide a nice place to work on any electronic / mechanic project. The current version (v1) is organized as follows: a main room, with whiteboards, storage, couches, and a main 25 seats meeting table a fully equiped kitchen + a minimalistic bathroom a very well equiped room for electronics (+ storage) a very well equiped room for chemistry (+ storage) a "big projects" room for projects that need space and should stay in the lab for a few months a rooms for mechanics, with a lathe, a milling machine, a band saw, a TIG soldering station, a handheld plasma cutter, two CNC milling machines and a lot various smaller equipment. Meetings/public openings are every Tuesdays and Thursdays from 8pm till quite late. We are now starting the new version of our space : The Electrolab V2. You can check:

HackerspaceWiki Hackerspaces are community-operated physical places, where people can meet and work on their projects. This website is for Anyone and Everyone who wants to share their hackerspace stories and questions with the global hackerspaces community. Regular Events Call-in - Call-ins provide an opportunity for existing hackerspaces to provide an update and highlight upcoming events, and new/planned hackerspaces can ask questions. Resources Hackerspaces Blog: The Hackerspaces blog showcasing interesting projects and events around the world at hackerspaces.