[Libre-silicon-devel] [OT only slightly] STEAM Camp OpenSourceEcology 22jan2020 for 9 days
marcin at opensourceecology.org
Wed Jan 1 00:01:03 CET 2020
That's a great idea if we can coordinate that - if there are more people
involved. The project for the 5 Project Days of the 9 day event is a
Raspberry Pi Film Studio, which will fill all that time already. But if a
bunch of people want to join, then we can do both - otherwise we'd need to
choose one or the other.
That is above our pay grade as the curriculum is tightly defined already
with less ambitious builds, though still exciting for the novice or rapid
learner. If we have the higher pay grade people join from FOSDEM, this can
Luke, any thoughts on you stepping up and coordinating the maskless stepper
module of this crazy evolution?
On Tue, Dec 31, 2019 at 5:43 AM David Lanzendörfer <
leviathan at libresilicon.com> wrote:
> 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:
> > 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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