If you'd like to host an event at the Node (one-time or recurring), stop by the regular meeting or run it by the discussion mailing list.
- Thursdays, 7:30-9:30pm - OpenHack Sessions. Come check out Node. Bring a project to work on or just hang out. Everyone welcome. If you're a member and can sponsor a Thursday, put your name on the OpenHack list.
Becoming a Member
- Learn how to become a members on the membership page
- All members need to sign the Membership Agreement when they join.
Ideas, making, fun
- Publicity - How to contact us and past publicity.
- Project Proposals - Share your ideas for projects. Things you want to work on, things you think other people should work on, things you'd like to learn more about. If you want some help clarifying your ideas, the discussion list would probably be the best place for that.
- Event Proposals - Share your ideas for events or workshops you'd like to host, teach, or run at the Node's space.
- Challenges - Creativity thrives in competition? Maybe. Add your challenge ideas. Baltimore Node XPrize, ftw!
- WikiTips - Tips on how to use the Wiki
- Webcam - See if anyone is around
- Resources - Information and educational resources on topics related to the Node
- LED window display
- JeeNode Workshop
- RFID door lock - Damn locksmith! We'll show him.
- 501(c)(3) process - A place to document the process of becoming a 501(c)3 and show where we are in the process
- Annual Goals - A general list of goals for the organization, established 2010-03-27
- Power Tool Drag Racing - Drag racing using common power tools.
- MAMMF/RF - With an acronym like that how can you loose.
- Things to fill the Space - Stuff we've got and stuff we need.
- Grants - Possible sources of funding.
- Outreach and inclusion - a list of groups, organizations, and populations in the Baltimore area we want to reach out to.
- Historical documents - Archive of documents and pages related to starting and planning the Node.
- Co-Lab Wednesday - Working with students, performers and established artists to help them realize technical aspects of a project that is beyond their current ability.
- Website and blog: baltimorenode.org
- Twitter: twitter.com/baltimorenode
- IRC: #baltimorenode on freenode.net - irc://irc.freenode.net/baltimorenode
- Elsewhere: Flickr, Instructables, Facebook
- Discussion list: Get your geek on, find help with projects, ask questions, get directions to the next meeting, share awesome findings, suggest projects
- Announcement list: Low traffic list just for receiving announcements. Subscribe to this list only if you do not want to receive discussion emails. If you are on the Discussion list, you will receive all announcements automatically.
- Work on a Donation Request Letter and seek some donations