Whatever happened to our branded distro? Anyway the details of work that has to be done for the installations for the Bannerman Road machines can be found here http://docs.psand.net/twiki/bin/view/CLAN/ClanBannermanRdDistro
News on media and content on the network
Welcome to the ERN computer project! You can find out more about how to use your computer by clicking your mouse over the blue text below: http://www.redhat.com/docs/manuals/linux/RHL-9-Manual/getting-started-guide/ch-desktop.html The ERN has a e-mail group that you are encouraged to join. you can get to the page by clicking your mouse over this text: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/ERN/ There is […]
This might be a useful utility for feeding the last 4 or 5 posts subject lines on the mailing list to the front page of the website, which I should point out is getting 400+ hits a day. http://wonko.com/software/mailfeed/ I haven’t had time to get a good look at it, but if any php whizzes […]
BRISTOL INDYMEDIA COMMUNITY ARTS DAY (Sat 12th / 1pm start) Back for a second year – This whole day event is a unique opportunity for people to come along, learn new skills and discuss issues surrounding grass-roots media. The line up this year includes DIY radio workshops, how to make your own magazine, DIY record […]
Andy Laurence’s – day diary http://www.andylaurence.co.uk/BristolWirelessFestival/index.html The rest of Ed’s photo’s http://www.bodgematic.com/photos/bwf/
Hi all, I’ve only just read your post up via e-mail and I’m at work as I don’t have a PC at home. I live St Werburghs, but I’m really interested in setting up a local internet radio station, but have not got a clue where to start? Any advice would be much appreciated. Lloyd […]
We now have a link to our IRC Server from the front page of the website, using a CGI script edited and installed by our good friend Alex (Hashbang), so you can join all of us IRC loafers at the click of a button. Click on the link below, create yourself a nickname and join […]
RICHAIR2030 proposes a fictional scenario for its 2004 UK touring performance: http://richair.waag.org April 30, FUTURESONIC04, Manchester May 7-10, MACHINISTA04, Glasgow June 5-6, CUBECINEMA, Bristol July 10-16, BOWFESTIVAL 04, London RICHAIR2030 – BEAT UP THE SIGNALS RICHAIR2030 is a fictional wireless performance set in year 2030. RICHAIR2030 incorporates ideas of freenetwork movement developed worldwide in early […]
An omni-directional aerial has been placed on Bannerman Primary School roof today. Big shout to Matt for saving the day from an errant connector.
Slightly edited by Beeb but not too much 🙂 http://www.bbc.co.uk/bristol/content/madeinbristol/2004/04/wireless/wireless.shtml
I’ve done a whole list of as yet unanswered FAQs at http://docs.psand.net/twiki/bin/view/CLAN/ClanFAQs Feel free to start filling in the blanks.
There was lots of great discussion, and even greater enthusiasm about content management for the event (scheduled for 5th June 2004). I’d like to add my simple (as always) solution to content management. First of all, we need content, so I suggest we put out a plea for content, with a deadline of midnight 30th […]
Meeting at the Chelsea Inn Easton on Tuesday 2nd March – 6.30pm (the day after the AGM) Planning for the DEMO DAY in the spring… objectives – content – formats – selection – acquisition formatting/streaming – site logistics – assets organisation network capability – access limits – event co-ordination Anyone interested in taking part welcome
Forwarded from Bristol LUG mailing list – how is that radio course development going Paul? :). Hey all I’m currently involved in an internet radio station project. We have a 3 hour show each week, and for the other 24×6+21 hours the original show is looped.So I was thinking of maybe having a techie show […]
Course Introduction: Open Access Radio: Do you have have something to say? Over eight weeks this course will provide a practical introduction to speech based radio as an accessible means of communication. The course will be taught using the Dyne:bolic toolkit – a free GNU/Linux distribution on a CD-Rom that turns any PC with a […]
"Digital Storytelling uses digital media to create media-rich stories to tell, to share, and to preserve. Digital stories derive their power through weaving images, music, narrative and voice together, thereby giving deep dimension and vivid colour to characters, situations, and insights. The digital environment provides a unique opportunity for stories to be manipulated, combined and […]
We’re building up quite a nice lending library of computer text books and philosophy of technology at the Lab, if anybody wants to do some self-instruction or just wants a riveting read. Some people have donated the cream of their book collection, while others have just brought in the dregs. 🙂 Any donations welcome!
Intermediate Course =================== The new intermediate course is designed for those who have have completed our previous course, "Getting Started with Linux" and want to expand on what they learned. This course focuses on Linux system administration tasks, such as installation and configuration of programs providing network services. It goes into detail on how to […]
I’ve not seen them myself, but apparently the Works bargain bookshop opposite "John Lewis" in Broadmead are selling Introductory Linux books published by Dorling Kindersley at a £1 a copy! One for the Xmas stocking.
This is an invitation to anyone out there with an interest in media content to contribute to a forum that sets out to promote, develop and encourage collaboration and support of ideas – for creative media projects. This could be:- for an internet based website or for a local wireless network involving training or learning […]