CrisisCamp Ireland will having their next monthly meetup in 091 Labs on the 8th of December at 2pm.
At the first meetup on November 3rd, we jumped straight into actively helping out with Hurricane Sandy. The attendees were working with other tech-heads from around the world to try to provide as much info to those on the ground as possible. These activities included:
mapping the status of available communications between Queens, Manhattan and Staten Island e.g. telephone outages and wifi hotspots
finding a disaster assessment maps for the different States affected
working with the Department of Education on maps to get kids back to open schools on Monday
working with the Greater New York Hospital Association on updating and mapping the status of the hospitals affected
There’ll be people in for the meetup giving reports on how things have gone since last month and what else was done.
If any of this interests you and you’ll like to learn more or get involved, pop down to the event!
A second Cryptoparty will be happening in 091 Labs on November 30th from 7pm!
Cryptoparties are happening all over the world. These free events are for people who are interested in encryption so they can come and learn more about basic Crypto programs and the concepts behind their operation. You can check out more info on cryptoparty.org.
There’ll be people talking about PGP/GPG, Tor, changing MAC addresses, and a bunch of other things. If you want to help out or have something you’d like to show, let us know and we’ll get some space together!
Tog in Dublin will also be hosting a Cryptoparty on the same night so no matter which half of the country you’re in, you’re covered =)
There will be a screening of documentary film Koyaanisqatsi – Life Out of Balance (1982) hosted by Transition Galway starting at 7pm this Friday, 26th October. Entry is by donation, and will go towards the redesign of our new space. All are welcome!
An art-house circuit sensation, this feature-length documentary is visually arresting and possesses a clear, pro-environmental political agenda. Without a story, dialogue, or characters, Koyaanisqatsi (1983) (the film’s title is a Hopi word roughly translated into English as “life out of balance”) is composed of nature imagery, manipulated in slow motion, double exposure or time lapse, juxtaposed with footage of humans’ devastating environmental impact on the planet.
Time: 1 hr. 27 min.
Directed By: Godfrey Reggio
Written By: Michael Hoenig, Ron Fricke
This coming Wednesday, 24th October, at 8pm we’re going to have someone coming in to give a talk on the technical side of running a top-level domain name registrar. That’s as much information as we can give right now but we recommend you come down if you want to learn a few things! We’ll try to give more info in the coming days.
Entry will be €5 and will go towards the redesign of our new space which is also where the talk will be on!
The Knitting Circle will have its monthly meeting at the labs on Saturday, October 13th from 4 to 7 pm. The knitting circle is open to knitters and crocheters of all skill levels. It provides a social and collaborative workspace, and help (in knitting only) will be available for people just starting out. Meetings are held monthly on the second Saturday of the month. If you have any questions about the meetings, e-mail maraley42 (at) gmail (dot) com.
All attendees are expected to bring their own supplies. Attendance is free for members, and €2 for everyone else (all money goes to support 091 labs).