Open Source Hardware

July 21, 2022 @ 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm
Online Event.
Richard Miller

July’s event is on the theme of Open Source in Hardware.

18:00 – Feel free to join the meeting online to chat with other participants
18:30 – Presentations
20:00 – Closing discussion

The event is online only.

For the online event, there is no requirement to register, you can just connect to livestream using BigBlueButton using this link.  Thank you to GWDG for providing hosting for the virtual meeting.  We are also recording the talks for later posting on our YouTube channel.

The livestream link will be open from 18:00 for networking, and the event will start at 18:30 prompt. We’ll keep the link open afterward for discussion.

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