[Community] Fwd: [OHSW.org] OHSW 2014 agenda & further details
Dr. H. Nikolaus Schaller
hns at goldelico.com
Tue Nov 11 14:16:22 CET 2014
Anfang der weitergeleiteten Nachricht:
> Von: Lukas Maerdian <luk at slyon.de>
> Betreff: [OHSW.org] OHSW 2014 agenda & further details
> Datum: 7. November 2014 12:15:00 MEZ
> An: ohsw <open-hard-software-event at goldelico.com>
> Kopie: stammtisch <stammtisch at openphoenux.org>
> Antwort an: Planning for the yearly OpenPhoenux Hard&Software-Workshop <open-hard-software-event at goldelico.com>
> Hello everybody!
> Today I am happy to announce the agenda for this year's OpenPhoenux
> Hard- & Software Workshop. It is roughly split into a Hardware and
> Software part (Saturday) and a Tinkering and Hands-on/Workshop part
> Please have a look at it here:
> == Pre Meeting ==
> Also, I've setup a Doodle for our pre meeting / Stammtisch, which will
> take place on Friday evening, 19:00. If you'd like to join the pre
> meeting, please register yourself via the separate Doodle, so we can
> book a big enough table for everybody. The location will be:
> Biergarten "Alte Heide"
> Fröttmaninger Straße 18
> 80805 München
> Register here: http://doodle.com/49zettwvwse8f4dk
> == Entering the Building & Finding the Rooms ==
> The OHSW14 will, as in the last years, take place on Saturday and Sunday
> at the computer science faculty of the TUM in Garching. Please find the
> travel directions/map on the OHSW website.
> I have informed the security service about our workshop and asked them
> to keep the main entrance of the building open from 9.30am to 11am, so
> you should be able to enter the building easily. If the door is still
> closed or you're trying to enter the building from the back side (i.e.
> from the free parking lot), you need to ring the bell and a security
> guard will open the door.
> Once you've entered the building, stay on the ground floor and find the
> OHSW rooms in building part 8.
> == Asking for Help ==
> In order to setup the live stream/recordings for the event, I'm looking
> for a USB webcam. It would be best if the webcam could provide HD
> quality and would come with a tripod. If you can help out with this,
> please reply to this mail.
> Kind regards,
> Lukas Märdian
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> Open-hard-software-event at goldelico.com
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