[Arm-netbook] Open Source Hardware - event & list.
addw at phcomp.co.uk
Tue Apr 6 10:36:07 BST 2010
This may be of interest:
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Date: Tue, 6 Apr 2010 10:35:12 +0100
From: Andrew Back <andrew at osmosoft.com>
Subject: [Gllug] Open Source Hardware - event & list.
To: Greater London Linux User Group <gllug at gllug.org.uk>
In slightly tangential but not completely OT news, a few of us are starting
up a group we hope will be seen as complementing the LUG - an Open Source
Hardware Users Group. We're all based in and around London thus far, but not
aiming to focus on any one geographic area at this point. A fledgling
website with links to the lists :
We're also organising a meeting on Thursday 29th April, and are pretty
excited at having confirmed David May, CTO of XMOS , as a speaker. A name
some of the older list members (and younger ones with an interest in
microprocessor architecture or parallel computing) might recognise as the
architect of the transputer  and author of the concurrent programming
language, occam. Registration for the event is required:
Suggestions of speakers for future events and offers of help in organising
etc are most welcome, and should be directed to oshug at oshug.org (sign-up
required to post).
 - http://www.xmos.com/
 - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Transputer (ignore the Games spam)
mailto:andrew at osmosoft.com
Gllug mailing list - Gllug at gllug.org.uk
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