FYI - planning is finalizing for the Nov 17th Public Lab boston-area
mapping party. Please RSVP if you're planning on joining and meeting other
Public Labbers in the area, or want to learn to balloon/kite map at
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From: Jennifer Hudon <jen.hu...@gmail.com>
Subject: Re: [plots-boston] Re: Boston & Greater Boston Meet Up | November
No prior knowledge required! All are welcome, so feel free to forward the
invite to your friends not in the Google Group. This is a perfect
opportunity to meet other Public Lab-ers, learn about balloon/kite mapping
to bring to your community (or project of interest), share your DIY
skills/knowledge or help us in an effort to map Tidmarsh Farms as they
begin their restoration
We plan on mapping from 12PM until there's no more wind, we run out of
helium or we get hungry.
Re: Food/Potluck. everyone who wants to join in on the potluck, feel free
to bring some kind of side, snack or dessert. We'll figure out the main
dish, once I find out if we have a grill. :) It sounds like we already have
someone offering to bring a delicious leek tart!
Please let me know if you have any questions or ideas!
On Sat, Oct 27, 2012 at 1:35 AM, Jie <jie.zhan...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Jennifer,
> My colleague Susanna and I are both Master of Architecture students at MIT
> and would really like to come to the sharing/mapping session. If it is not
> necessary for participants to have any prior knowledge then please sign us
> up! Thank you so much,
> On Tuesday, October 23, 2012 10:04:56 PM UTC-4, Jennifer Hudon wrote:
>> Hey All!
>> There have been a few requests for weekend mapping workshops on the
>> listserv, and so in an effort to create a more active arena for skill
>> sharing and collaboration in the Boston and greater-Boston area, Jeff and I
>> thought it would be fun to organize a meet up -- similar to the recent
>> LEAFEST<http://publiclaboratory.org/notes/cfastie/9-25-2012/leaffest-report>in Vermont but more informal and for only half of a day.
>> And finally! Let's start a discussion on what you would want to see in
>> these meet ups. Location sites? Tools you want to learn more about? Skills
>> you have to share? If there's interest in keeping the meet up momentum
>> moving, I'd love to start planing another get-together in the Winter. I
>> created a doodle to find a potential date for the another meet up in
>> January or February: http://doodle.com/**q9xz4vgdxsit6xv7<http://doodle.com/q9xz4vgdxsit6xv7>.
>> Feel free to include your availability.