We’ve got dates for the next training course – this time we only have the opportunity to deliver the course in one slot running from Thursday April 8th for 4 weeks. All bookings will be done through Music & Message via the ECC. We are arranging to have the computers refurbished and delivered by Don […]
News about or from Bristol Wireless
We’ve got the go-ahead with a few provisos to employ some people as work placements in partnership with Future West as part of the Pathways to Work project. We’ve had a meeting at the lab with Red and Jade West the 2 administrators of the scheme and they seem very keen to work with us. […]
The first node for the Easton Residents Network is being rolled out today at Greenhaven Sheltered Housing Greenbank Avenue East BS5 6EW Hopefully they’ll be a report here later today as to how it went.
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 […]
From: Sam Rossiter <email@example.com> As some of you will be aware I writing an evaluation of the project that you are running with the Easton Residents Network (ERN). My methodology for doing this has been one of action or participatory research; what this means is that I have come to the project with no pre-determined […]
Provisional Agenda for Business meeting on the wiki at http://docs.psand.net/twiki/bin/view/CLAN/ClanAgendaNextMeeting All welcome, please attend, Bristol Wireless needs you :), several projects reaching critical stages.
This is a fairly small Yahoo group set up for Easton residents to discuss Easton. http://uk.groups.yahoo.com/group/easton_bristol/
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
http://www.infoworld.com/article/04/02/25/HNlinuxdriver_1.html Linux Centrino driver released A Canadian software company has produced a driver that will let Linux users make the most of Intel Corp.’s Centrino wireless chip set. Linuxant released DriverLoader 1.6 last week and is hoping to capitalize on a market that Intel itself has identified, promising in January that it will soon make […]
LAST MINUTE OPPORTUNITY – FREE PLACES AVAILABLE!!!!!!!!!!! Any volunteers to go on behalf of Bristol Wireless? Getting support from Business – The CREATE Centre – – lunch provided This course is for organisations with limited experience of gaining support from business. You will learn about the benefits of partnership, how to write a basic proposal […]
We didn’t arrange a date or time for this so I’m going to unilaterally suggest 6.30pm – on Monday 8th March in the ICT suite at Easton Community Centre, (although venue will have to be confirmed).
The Institute of Physics Publishing have come up with another 20 computers which will be distributed over the next 2 Thursdays to the course participants currently in their third week of training. Paul and Ben have been leading the training, and developing more course materials – http://irvken.homelinux.net/cgi-bin/wiki.pl/Training Thanks to all those preparing the machines for […]
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 […]
<forward from firstname.lastname@example.org> Hi, I heard about the Bristol Wireless project from a friend who met one of you chaps in a pub. Mmm, liquid networking. Great project, I’ll be watching the website. I’m on the lookout for a used laptop to run Linux. Something reasonably recent, as I will be running OpenOffice. Do you […]
We have 5 people signed up for the evening course, but only 2 for the daytime course, so we’re going to delay the start of the second one to Thursday 12th Feb.
Bristol and Bath Co-operative Business Forum: Funding & Finance for Co-operatives There is funding and financing available for co-operatives in the former Avon area to meet start up, expansion and specific project costs. This event aims to inform co-operatives of these sources of finance and to give an opportunity to ask questions to representatives of […]
Probably not our cup of tea… The Digital Partnership is an international partnership facilitating innovation and affordable access to technology, training and the Internet for learning, enterprise and development in developing and emerging market economies through a sustainable private/public partnership model. It is an initiative of the International Business Leaders Forum, established in May 2001 […]
I think all the banks do something like this. NatWest used to fund a couple of posts at the Barton Hill Workshop, but I think that might have ended now – http://www.lloydstsbfoundations.org.uk/
Anyone know of any groups that be encouraged to apply for this besides ourselves. The possibility exists of our pooling the bandwidth locally, in return for our support in applying perhaps. Please note that BT is currently reviewing the award scheme with a proposed launch date for Year Three of January 2004. BT Community Connections […]
Awards for All can fund projects that enable people to take part in and access community activities, as well as projects that promote education, the environment and health in the local community. You can apply at any time * The application form is short and simple * There are links to guidance notes and sources […]