[LCA2015-Chat] Tangleball Hackerspace
lin.nah at gmail.com
Wed Jan 21 20:25:55 EST 2015
Looks like I forgot to email this and it remained in draft till now.
If you're ever back in Auckland there's a makerspace at Auckland Library -
central library branch that's not far from the venue.
In fact last year Vik Olliver, Tamara and a few others held demos of
Diamond Age 3d printer at other library branches over the school holidays.
Auckland Central Library makerspace
On Tue, Jan 13, 2015 at 12:03 AM, Lin Nah <lin.nah at gmail.com> wrote:
> HI all
> The people at tangleball do confirm that you're welcome to visit. there's
> a regular meeting on Tuesday evening or Wednesday evening when they have a
> social evening.
> If one of you is on twitter, be the "organiser" for this BoF. Tweet
> @tangleball and get this going.
> Tangleball, 27 Edinburgh St, Newton, Auckland,
> Meetup http://www.meetup.com/Tangleball/events/219390811/
> Facebook https://www.facebook.com/tangleball
> What they said:
> "A few have popped in already, including at the regular #
> *MondayMakerNight* <https://twitter.com/hashtag/MondayMakerNight?src=hash>
> just now. More LCA visitors are welcome."
> "Place will be open all evening. Group meeting open to all, participation
> welcome. Just easier to socialise before/after. "
> How many are interested in visiting? Could arrange a tour guide. Also, if
> Wed is better, maybe open for a social evening?
> It is not a big space so it won't fit 300 of you. So whoever organises
> this should check out how many they can fit in and still be a nice cosy
> Please note: It would be wrong not to warn you about the area since you
> are tourists and I am a local.
> I would not walk around that area on my own at night. This area is
> probably known to have street prostitutes hanging around. On that side The
> NZ Prostitutes Collective's Auckland office used to be nearby. It appears
> to have moved a couple of blocks closer to queen st.. It is also the area
> where one long standing pacific island church calls home.
> So please careful when you walk there. I would go as a group and leave as
> a group.
> There's also a makerspace at the local library. It is in the central
> library building that is at the corner of Queen + wellesley St. I've just
> reached out to one of the organisers. There's a volunteer or two at lca2015
> who know auckland makerspaces better than I do.
> On Mon, Jan 12, 2015 at 9:09 AM, Patrick Barnes <
> patrick.barnes at mindbleach.com> wrote:
>> For those interested in hardware, hacking in the creative sense, etc, or
>> are members of a hackerspace back at home; there's a hackerspace in
>> Auckland called Tangleball.
>> They aren't far from campus and they welcome visitors - and they've given
>> me permission to mention them here - so you are welcome to drop by during
>> their open hours.
>> Chat mailing list
>> Chat at lists.lca2015.linux.org.au
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