[HacktionLab] A few updates to the web site

mick fuzz mickfuzz at clearerchannel.org
Mon Aug 30 22:14:09 BST 2010

> http://hacktivista.net/hacktionlab/index.php/Autumn_2010_Hacklab

Hi there,

Me and a friend are going to try to noise this up a lot for manchester folk -

If possible can we do some radio things / social media stuff on the
Saturday afternoon? and then super geek stuff for the rest of it -
Clearly this isn't the priority for this gathering - but it would be
good to get maybe 20 or so folk there no - so having some non hardcore
geek stuff might be good  --

Ideas for workshops - I'll put these up, if people think they are good
but would like discussion on them, if not let's drop them!

Anonymous blogging - tor and activist hosted websites -
Push to highlight advantages of no logging servers for actvist /
social media sites for decentralised / non branded anonymous news
posting -
Invite activist collectives for this

Update on alternatives to Facebook - Crabgrass update and Diaspora -
Invite social media people for this

The aggregator update - using Indymedia as a working project for the
Invite Drupal people for this. - It would be great to have a UI
feedback session for this maybe
or to get a feature spec rolling on it.

Campcaster - Let's have a play about with this!
Campcaster is a free and open source[1] radio  management application
for live broadcasting, remote broadcast automation (via web-based
scheduler), and program exchange between radio stations.

nice one

On Mon, Aug 30, 2010 at 6:36 PM, Mike Harris <mike at mbharris.co.uk> wrote:
>  Hi All,
> I've updated the home page:
> http://hacktivista.net/hacktionlab/index.php/Welcome_to_HacktionLab
> And done a nice new banner for the stub page for the next hacklab:
> http://hacktivista.net/hacktionlab/index.php/Autumn_2010_Hacklab
> We need some agenda ideas for Bradford.  Could any of you who are coming
> and have ideas for it please add them to the page.  That'll make it look
> more exciting and full of fun! :P thanks.
> Cheers all,
> Mike.
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