[Arm-netbook] Open Source Hardware - event & list.

Alain Williams addw at phcomp.co.uk
Tue Apr 6 10:36:07 BST 2010

This may be of interest:

----- Forwarded message from Andrew Back <andrew at osmosoft.com> -----

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 [1], 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 [2] 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).



[1] - http://www.xmos.com/
[2] - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Transputer  (ignore the Games spam)

Andrew Back
mailto:andrew at osmosoft.com
Gllug mailing list  -  Gllug at gllug.org.uk

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