Each week we’ll endeavour to publish some details of the interesting things that members of DoES Liverpool have been up to over the past seven days. You can find out a bit more about them in our introductory post.
And remember, if you’re involved with DoES Liverpool at all, let us know what you get up to so we can include it here!
Things of Note
- Adrian McEwen: Still not actually *weekly* but my attempts to restart the MCQN Ltd #weeknotes habit are getting closer to that… dlvr.it/Qlx58n
- MCQN Ltd: An afternoon of #nfc #prototyping to explore a possible upgrade to Museum in a Box #myomb #electronics #soldering #weeknotes pic.twitter.com/qnBkeeOdJ8
- Alex Lennon: We made some great progress today DoES Liverpool on the live streaming project. Four cams (2xRpiv3+Webcam, 2xRpi0w+PiCam) live streaming over wifi to a local OBS studio server which is muxing them together Matthew Croughan Dan Lynch Julian Todd #WeekNotes #MakeSpaceLive pic.twitter.com/UltF9E0RoW
- Alex Lennon: For today’s amazing embedded project Julian Todd is making Arduino boards speak! (In 2kB RAM!) #weeknotes #maker DoES Liverpool pic.twitter.com/ggo8KDwbVo
- DoES Liverpool: A learning lunch today – watching the live stream of The RSA‘s Remaking Post-Industrial Cities #RSACities #weeknotes pic.twitter.com/v0t6Eivg75
- Alex Lennon: Just for you Julian Todd #nodered is back on the big screen DoES Liverpool #weeknotes #hackthespace pic.twitter.com/t5R0lBVi35
- John McKerrell: Nice to arrive late to Maker Night and see people proudly leaving the DoES Liverpool building carrying their laser cut wares #weeknotes
- MCQN Ltd: This does not look much, but marks a Major milestone in this bit of Good Night Lamp development. I have a working Signal protocol library for #Arduino which has encrypted a message on the MKR1000 board, sent it & successfully decrypted it on the #ESP32. #iot #security #crypto #weeknotes pic.twitter.com/MakWjR1QHj
- Adrian McEwen: You never know what new snippet of information you’ll learn each day at DoES Liverpool. Liam Comerford is recording new game sound effects today #weeknotes twitter.com/LiamSlugDisco/…
- DoES Liverpool: Our laser cutters are going to be more popular than ever once people have seen these velvet patches from HEX #weeknotes twitter.com/HEXceramic/sta…
- Laura James: I wrote some weeknotes. bit.ly/2QETcqv Starting to try to think in the open more, and using writing as a way of thinking about new ideas as I explore them. No guarantees that they will appear weekly. #weeknotes
Coming Up in the Next Week
|Monday 08 October, 7:00pm-9:00pm||Wearable Tech Group|
|Tuesday 09 October, 7:00pm-9:00pm||Digital Self-defence: Reduce your Facebook footprint|
|Thursday 11 October, 9:00am-6:00pm||Jelly Liverpool|
|Thursday 11 October, 6:30pm-9:00pm||Maker Night|
|Friday 12 October, 2:00pm-6:00pm||Making It conference|
|Saturday 13 October, 10:00am-4:00pm||Kerbinator Hackday – The inventors club at Little Sandbox are creating a crowd sourced map of drop kerbs across the city to help wheelchair users navigate. They’re creating an app and a physical device that can both feed data into a database, accessed through an online map. If you’d like to contribute they’re looking for help from, web developers and UX, hardware engineers (ESP, GPS), designers to shape the case of the device, app developers and data experts to help collect existing data and look at ways to ensure the quality of any new data.
We’ll be in the event space at DoES between 10 and 4, it’d be great if you could join us!
|Saturday 13 October, 10:00am-5:00pm||Maker Day|
The DoES Liverpool to-do list is stored in the issues of our Somebody Should repository on github. Head over there if there’s something you’d like to report, or if you want to help out fixing things.
Issue counts: 302 open, 637 closed
3 new issues:
- Change our address with the ICO
- Develop a policy on live streaming for events and internal cams (e.g. 3D printers)
- Setup a sandboxed guest Wifi access point
Featured issue: do a major service on Gerald. Can we move this on or close it?
1 issue closed:
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