Great Global Hackerspace Challenge 2011

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Original Proposal

Blog Post with Call to Action Video

RSS feed for all participants: [1]

Minutes

 - Monday, March 21st, 2011 - Getting started in our first meeting

 - Monday, March 26th, 2011 - Transcript of our meeting with Emery and Linda from Roeper

 - Monday, March 26th, 2011 - Brainstorming after meeting with Emery and Linda

 - Tuesday, March 29th, 2011 - Meeting with ROHS teachers

 - Thursday, March 31th, 2011 - Final brainstorming meeting


Blog Posts

Week 1 - Introduce your team (video would be a great way to do this), explain your hackerspace's philosophy, and provide a top level summary of your first week

Week 2 - Provide a basic outline of the materials you will be using in your build and any key challenges you anticipate

Week 3 - Provide an update on the status of your build and quick summary of obstacles encountered and how they are being addressed

Week 4 - Is everything going to plan? Perhaps provide footage of a visit to an educational institution you're working with

Week 5 - In your penultimate week provide a review of the challenge to date. Is the pressure on? What have you learned?

Week 6 - This is the time to really showcase your build, why it works and what features make it stand out

Schedule

  • Friday March 25 - Blog Post 1 due (Introduce your team (video would be a great way to do this), explain your hackerspace's philosophy, and provide a top level summary of your first week)
  • Friday April 1 - Blog Post 2 due (Provide a basic outline of the materials you will be using in your build and any key challenges you anticipate)
  • Friday April 8 - Blog Post 3 due (Provide an update on the status of your build and quick summary of obstacles encountered and how they are being addressed)
  • Friday April 15 - Blog Post 4 due (Is everything going to plan? Perhaps provide footage of a visit to an educational institution you're working with)
  • Friday April 22 - Blog Post 5 due (In your penultimate week provide a review of the challenge to date. Is the pressure on? What have you learned?)
  • Tuesday May 3rd, EOD - Projects due (This is the time to really showcase your build, why it works and what features make it stand out)