[Arm-netbook] [OT only slightly] STEAM Camp OpenSourceEcology 22jan2020 for 9 days
Luke Kenneth Casson Leighton
lkcl at lkcl.net
Tue Dec 31 13:12:02 GMT 2019
guuuys i _did_ say don't crosspost. did i say don't crosspost? i did say,
armnetbooks is ok because it's such a weirdly eclectic and topic-tolerant
fosdem mailing list for visitors? mmmm... no.
On Tuesday, December 31, 2019, pavel at noa-labs.com <pavel at noa-labs.com>
> Are 1um masks that expensive (compared to the rest of setup)? Or is it has
> more to do with turnaround times?
> Can you share details of a light source and resist? One important thing
> will be to pick light source that will not burn the LCD matrix, and will
> not be absorbed by the glass much. Making a custom made LCD with special
> materials might not be that cheaper that sticking with masks for the
> It will be truly great if one can just replace the mask with LCD with no
> extra work
> Sent from my Huawei Mobile
> -------- Original Message --------
> Subject: Re: [Libre-silicon-devel] [OT only slightly] STEAM Camp
> OpenSourceEcology 22jan2020 for 9 days
> From: David Lanzendörfer
> To: Libre-RISCV General Development ,Linux on small ARM machines ,
> Libresilicon-developers at list.libresilicon.com,fosdem at lists.fosdem.org,
> libresilicon-developers at list.libresilicon.com
> CC: Alasdair G Kergon ,Marcin Jakubowski
> My idea was to use an LCD plus a lens system in order to build a mask less
> stepper unit for manufacturing semiconductors.
> This way the costs for the mask sets would fall away and you would suddenly
> be able to provide something like a pooling service for semiconductors.
> What do you think?
> Something worth combining your brain power over in those said 9 days?
> On Tuesday, 31 December 2019 4:42:10 PM HKT Luke Kenneth Casson Leighton
> > apologies for the cross-list post, the topic is very likely to be of
> > or indirect interest, please do share elsewhere, however for questions
> > please do reach out directly to Marcin from OSE rather than crosspost
> > replies!
> > the OpenSourceEcology Project is running a hands-on real-time
> > and training course for 9 days that happens to have one of its camps in
> > Ghent, Belgium, only around an hour by train away from FOSDEM and running
> > up to overlap with FOSDEM only on its last 2 days, Feb 1st and 2nd, 2020.
> > https://www.opensourceecology.org/steam-camp-january-2020/
> > Marcin's Ted Talk is here:
> > https://www.ted.com/talks/marcin_jakubowski_open_
> > lization?language=en
> > it is the beginning of a practical real-world bootstrap process for a
> > modern civilisation and actually uses and puts into use everything that
> > love about FOSS and FOSH.
> > participants will get to actually *make* a 3D Printer, a CNC milling
> > machine, then use those to fabricate an Arduino PCB which... you get the
> > idea. a battery operated welder will also be one of the hands-on
> > Alasdair, an idea just occurred to me: can we discuss privately, they are
> > doing "remote" collaboration: is there room / time for OSE to book a
> > workshop by remote link, for two reasons: one in case FOSDEM attendees
> > interested to see what is going on, but secondly, if anyone who attends
> > STEAM would like to keep in touch whilst attending FOSDEM? Can we discuss
> > off-list(s)?
> > best,
> > l.
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