Announcement: David from IFTTT is away this month. Let's meetup at the TechShop at the 2nd Floor Conference Room.
Theme: Documentation Day
The Open Source Hardware Association has announced October (http://www.oshwa.org/2016/06/17/announcing-october-as-open-source-hardware-month/) as Open Source Hardware Month! Following our open source discussion with Brandon Mensing in July, let's take a closer look together at how open source hardware works!
We'll explore questions together including:
What is the Open Source Hardware Association (http://www.oshwa.org/)?
What is the newly launched Open Source Hardware Certification Program (http://certificate.oshwa.org/)?
What are the guidelines (http://www.oshwa.org/open-source-quick-reference-guide/) for documenting open source hardware?
How can we make documentation easier?
A note about visiting the TechShop:
If you are not a member, when entering the TechShop please sign the waiver of liability form at the front desk upon arrival. This is a requirement for entry. Also please do not access other areas of the shop for your safety. There's a lot of potentially dangerous equipment setup around the shop that you have to be trained to use.
Our twice-a-month hack night is focused on going in-depth into the "Tech" of Urban AgTech with other UAT members. We hack/build and learn together every 1st and 3rd Tuesday of the month.
6:30 - 7:00 Arrival and networking
7:00 - 7:15 Introductions and announcements - Here, we'll go around the room have everyone state what they are working on and/or what they want to work on.
7:15 - 8:30 Hacking
8:30 Reconvene and share progress
If you have any questions, please email us at hello [at] urbanagtech.com, contact the organizers via meetup, or drop by on Tuesday evening.
• Open Plant Data (e.g., gathering existing plant growing information, growing guides, etc.)
• Hardware for Growing (e.g., Food Computer modules, Dr. Dose, Spacebucket, aeroponics, etc.)
• Software for Growing (e.g., developing the embedded systems for the hardware projects)
• Grow Projects (e.g., edible garden designs, grow calendars, experiments, etc.)