Thanks for the reply, I understand it's only a meetup... however... may I make a suggestion; that maybe a dedicated website be formulated or thought about, that may provide some relevant information for beginners; an example might be the use of the wifi and how to connect to the service at Sydney University ThinkSpace, as well as some other bits and pieces of information architecture I can suggest.. for new-commers, which may save them a lot of time and make it easier for them in the long run... understanding that going through some processes to get things working.. ie; setting up a raspberry pi; is a learning experience. Whilst I understand there are thousands of website out there.. I found it difficult to find certain information pertaining to the ThinkSpace meetup.. it was very time consuming for me to get some basics going, which maybe common knowledge for some / most. In my opinion some information on the W3 maybe an asset to the meet-up, giving the meet-up more 'trustworthiness' (UI/UX), and be helpful giving fundamental information to the new comer. Maybe adding value to the OzBerry group.
I found that there were certain 'tricks to the trade', with the help of other OzBerry members.. which is what it's all about... however when there is limited time and certain items take time to complete / be time consuming... some well orchestrated information could help and save time for beginners.
I understand the website you have under the meetup system... which is more of a Content Management System... and does not provide the flexibility, in a designers eye's... that would make for well presented and rich information architecture pertaining to the above.
I can understand manpower and resources... do you think this maybe worthwhile discussing further?