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2012.08.20 Meeting Notes


Davis Public Library

Project Reports

  • Installfests — Maybe end of September / early October. Alex has not talked to Co-housing in a while. Need to contact CS department. Maybe joint meeting with CS club on campus (Nov meeting topic is SUSE).
  • Hands-On Demo — No news.

Other Business

  • News
    • Seismic is post PingFM > update multiple social sites all at once. Might need to do Google +
  • Becoming a UC Davis "Campus Affiliate Group" — No news.
  • Davis Community Network (DCN) Resource Allocation Committee) — No news.
  • Financial Report
    • Post office box renewed for one more year.
    • $8.00 in donations were collected.


      • "Open Clip Art Library" by Pete Ippel
      • Freebassel.org: detained in Syria, Bassel created Aiki framework, OCAL is built on Aiki, OCAL all public domain, change DPI, Edit images, upload new images / remixes. Open Font library: different licenses than OCAL, Sharism: new format PD and CC. sharism.org. Fabricatorz.com: Wu-tang clan of technology, Qi-Hardware.com: open hardware, video synthesizer, Milkymist.org is parent company for Qi hardware.
      • Photos


    • Bill Kendrick
    • Pete Ippel
    • Andrew Roach
    • Greg Fitzgerald
    • Daphne Pareas
    • Violet
    • William
    • Alex Mandel
    • Michelle
    • ...and 1 other

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