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MAKE's 2nd International Maker Meetup: Raspberry Pi 21

Posted by samzenpus
from the check-it-out dept.
The second International Maker Meetup is taking place tonight from 6-8pm PST. The focus this year will be Raspberry Pi. There will be tips, demos, and a live Google+ hangout. You can join the fun in real-time by RSVPing here.
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MAKE's 2nd International Maker Meetup: Raspberry Pi

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  • Re:Weekly homage (Score:5, Insightful)

    by sexconker (1179573) on Thursday January 17, 2013 @08:00PM (#42622057)

    This is about MAKE, not the Raspberry Pi. If anything, you should be happy that people are going to meet up and discuss useful applications for the Pi. It has great potential and it's sparking a resurgence in the micro PC market. Even VIA's trying to take a stab at it! http://hardware.slashdot.org/story/13/01/17/2246218/via-unveils-79-rock-and-99-paper-arm-pcs [slashdot.org]

    Stuff looks promising indeed, it's just sad that so many people refuse to even consider the possibilities.

  • Re:Weekly homage (Score:4, Insightful)

    by Anonymous Coward on Thursday January 17, 2013 @09:14PM (#42622521)

    It is indeed sad. Fortunately, it's mostly only the slash dot crowd that is
    having trouble thinking outside the box. The popularity of the Pi is
    bringing millions of folks to the world of Linux for the first time and
    introducing them to an enterprise class OS that they have never experienced.
    The popularity of Unix was due to the fact that most universitys had Unix
    because it was free and all the CompSci students got to take that knowledge
    out into the world when they left. This will happen again with Linux on the
    Pi and might even result in a real "year of the Linux desktop".

  • PST? (Score:5, Insightful)

    by NoMaster (142776) on Friday January 18, 2013 @02:03AM (#42623611) Homepage Journal

    So, it's an "International Maker Meetup". What's this "6-8pm PST" crap, then? Wikipedia tells me it could be Philippine Standard Time (UTC+8), Pakistan Standard Time (UTC+5), or Pacific Standard Time (UTC-8).

    If you want hold an international meetup, use an international standard for time. UTC or GTFO...

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