[TOS] POSSE Planning meeting 6/16 Boston MA area

Leslie Hawthorn mebelh at gmail.com
Mon Jun 11 19:56:27 UTC 2012


For what it's worth, several folks from Red Hat will be in the Boston area
the week of June 26th - while I have many meeting commitments that week, I
would welcome the opportunity to attend these meetings if it works out for
others. I know that Monday, 6/26 and Tuesday, 6/27 are out for me, but
other days that week may be workable.

Best,
LH

On Fri, May 25, 2012 at 5:19 AM, STEPHEN JACOBS <itprofjacobs at gmail.com>wrote:

> On hold for now due to delays to ramp up and folks' availability.
>
>
> On May 3, 2012, at 8:57 AM, STEPHEN JACOBS wrote:
>
> Ok folks,
>
> We've done a Doodle poll and determined the best day for most respondents
> is 6/16.  I'll be in the Hyatt Regency Cambridge that week and can see
> about getting a room there to meet and/or am open to traveling to some
> other site that is better.  I'm open for suggestions.  THe topics will be
> to generally discuss the points put forth by Mel and I earlier around
> restructuring the POSSE calendar, building infrastructure, etc.
>
> Ideas about location?
>
> Stephen Jacobs
> Associate Professor, Interactive Games and Media
> Visiting Scholar,International Center for the History of Electronic Games
> Chair, IGDA Learning, Games and Education SIG
> Director, Lab for Technological Literacy
> Rochester Institute of Technology
> 152 Lomb Memorial Drive
> Bldg 70
> Rochester, NY 14623
> sj at mail.rit.edu
> 585-475-7803 office
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> Hi all,
>
> I don't know if I've made mention in this space, but I'll be moving
> institutions this summer. I'll be leaving Allegheny College and
> starting at Berea College in the fall. In traditional terms, I'll be a
> joint hire between the Technology and Applied Design program and
> Computer Science... but, since Berea has divisions (and not
> departments), I'm simply a divisional hire.
>
> I'm very excited about this move, and will be working with Mel,
> Sebastian, and anyone else who wants to join in on the design of a new
> (open, of course) introductory curriculum in electricity and
> electronics. Our goal is to provide a hands-on, or "craft-first,"
> experience that helps students ground themselves in the practice of
> electronics before being buried in the math and theory.
>
> You can follow along here:
>
> http://craftofelectronics.org/
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> are welcome to join our mailing list here:
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> http://groups.google.com/group/craftofelectronics
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> and can track our Tweets @craftoe:
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> https://twitter.com/#!/craftoe
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> Sebastian Dziallas will be one of the core "on site" team members,
> lending his experience and expertise as an open-source practitioner
> and student of engineering. I would appreciate the opportunity to use
> some (most) of my POSSE 2011 funds to support his travel, as he will
> be spending 1.5 months working very much on this project.
>
> Hanover -> Boston $907.19
> Boston -> Cincinnati $471.10
>
> There are complexities involving other flights that I am not
> responsible for, which somehow equate to Sebastian being in Kentucky
> for half of June and most of July. I can provide more information to
> anyone who needs it (off-list), as there are details in the itinerary
> that perhaps should not be posted publicly.
>
> My hope is that this is enough information to begin a reimbursement
> process. More can be provided as needed.
>
> Many thanks,
> Matt
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