The HGG / Constellation team will hold an informal meeting at shackspace.  Everyone’s welcome to join.

We’ll be discussing the feedback we got from our talk at 28c3 as well as the next steps to take.

Event details:
Everyone’s welcome! (Donations towards shack e.V. are welcome) If you’re planning to attend, please let us know (Doodle)
Date: Friday, 6th Janurary 2012 at 19:00h
Driving directions: U4/U9 station “Im Degen”, Ulmer Straße 255, Stuttgart Wangen (across from Kulturhaus Arena)

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Reader's Comments

  1. Mikael | Januar 4th, 2012 at 00:22

    I saw a lecture about this super-cool project you people are pulling together!
    However, I’m limited to boinc „only“ in contributing to this since I have no education. So I’m wondering if there is any open sourced education out there for people like myself so that we can help out with simple tasks?

  2. Zeph | Januar 4th, 2012 at 10:43

    Hey, I’d like to join the meetup, but I can’t be in Stuggi at this date. Will you make a protocol or record of the most important threads you discussed then?!


  3. hadez | Januar 4th, 2012 at 10:45

    Hi Zeph, yes there will be meeting minutes and we’ll publish everything 🙂

  4. hadez | Januar 4th, 2012 at 14:14

    Hackerspaces themselves are all about education at their very core.
    The best way to get going would be teaming up with someone and trying things while at the same time reading up on a given topic.
    You can already get quite far using Wikipedia and topic-dependent community websites (ie there’s tons of hardware hacking blogs and forums and plenty of HAM radio operators).
    What also works quite nicely is a trip to your local university or library to get a few books and lecture notes. We’ve been doing this and it works great!
    But nothing really beats talking to people. Team up with someone at your local hackerspace and if there isn’t one, start one! (I’m serious).

    In any case, don’t hesitate to join the mailing list or check out our documentation wiki which we’ll try to keep as easy to understand as possible.

    When we started a few months ago we (the core team) never built an antenna before. By now we’ve built several and gained a lot of understanding how to design antennas, what works and why. And theres still a lot to learn, which is the fun part of the whole project 🙂

    Hope I could help you out a bit. There’s a few specific subprojects we’re working on right now and there will be more comprehensive list after the Friday January 6th meeting 🙂

  5. harry | Januar 4th, 2012 at 18:22

    hola!! soy de El salvador aqui no tenemos un hackerspace
    y nos gustaria colaborar con el proyecto tenemos un poco de conocimiento en electronica o en lo q les podamos ayudar aqui estamos para buscar informacion!!

  6. Blake Schemmel | Januar 4th, 2012 at 18:46

    i am a telecommunications student and you have my full support!

  7. hadez | Januar 4th, 2012 at 19:15

    @harry you can check our documentation at There’s also links to our mailing list.

  8. harry | Januar 4th, 2012 at 21:07

    ok muchas gracias!! estamos para apoyarlos!! 😉 el ciberespacio es nuestro!!! xDDD

  9. Urko | Januar 5th, 2012 at 01:13

    I’m from Spain. I’m a program developer and i’d like to support you in any way, but my knowledge of electronics is not great. Is there anything I can do?

  10. Elle Hart, Elec.Eng.Tech. | Januar 5th, 2012 at 18:47

    Greets from Canada :: The Hackerspace Global Grid is an awesome project!!! I would like to help in any way possible…

  11. ernesto | Januar 7th, 2012 at 15:36

    I am neuroscientist born in Colombia but working in Sweden.
    My expertise might not help nevertheless HOW CAN I HELP ?

    Ernesto Restrepo
    Posdoctoral researcher
    Dept of Neuroscience
    Biomedical Center, B1:2
    Uppsala Univeristy
    Box 593,
    751 24 Uppsala

  12. Mikael | Januar 8th, 2012 at 23:04

    @ Hadez – thanks for a good answer, I will look into it straight away! =)

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