Local Motors, creators of small production cars using Creative Commons licensing for car and part designs, is auctioning a Rally Fighter at the Barrett-Jackson car auction. The Rally Fighter is a really cool street legal off-road machine built for the desert of the southwest.
At tonight's PLUG meeting I asked everyone there to help promote ABLEconf. To that end, it was requested that I post a list of organizations to contact, so I pulled the list out of last year's wiki and created a blog entry.
If you are interested in helping us, please choose appropriate organizations for the Call for Presentations as that closes soon and we still need to reach more people.
The East Valley Free Software Stammtisch moved to Iguana Macks a couple of months ago. After having met in Tempe for over a decade, we moved a few miles east to Mesa. It's a good location and we've mostly had a good turnout. Sorry about December Brian :).
Be a tech evangelist for Mozilla. "Part hacker, part evangelist, part project manager, you're all about making sure developers have the knowledge they need to turn out really cool, cutting edge apps." Sounds pretty cool. Let me know if you get the gig :).
Job Type: Full-Time
ABLEconf has opened it's call for presentations. Proposals are due by January 22nd.
Want to tell others about how your business uses Free Software? Does Free Software save your business money or otherwise make it more capable? Working with Android, Maemo, OpenMoko, MeeGo or other Free Software mobile platforms? Are you using Free Software in government or education? Submit a proposal to let us know how.
Why do baby products come packaged with so many baby choking devices? I'm talking about the little plastic fasteners that we normally associate with attaching a cardboard tag to products in stores. The ones that you rip in two and invariably lose one half before you can get it in the trash. Those things.
Aren't they obviously a baby choking hazard? Small enough for a baby to pick up. If a baby can pick it up, it will go in the baby's mouth. That's fairly automatic.
Local Motors uses Creative Commons licensing for car and part designs giving owners and third party parts manufacturers full source access to the specs created by Local Motors.
Local Motors uses Free Software internally and would like to use more in the cars and in the production of the cars.
Do you know of any companies in Lake Havasu that use Free Software such as GNU/Linux, Mozilla Firefox, OpenOffice.org or *BSD? How about individuals that prefer to use Free Software? If so, please contact fuzzyvader in the #ABLEconf channel on irc.Freenode.net.