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 * Charlie Hales gave a brief, promising speech
 * Head of Washington County Library management indicates that their WIFI is open 24h a day (this was a concern for Multnomah County).
 * Should provide public computer access room.
 * Also PPS, Parkrose are looking to move all resources online, may be interested in providing WIFI outside of the fence.
 * Many parties (independently) mentioned publicly-owned last mile, Comcast and CenturyLink mentioned Net Neutrality.
 * PCC allows "local" people to use their hard-wired network (wifi is locked down).
 * Skip Newbury is working for Software Association of Oregon as the well as the Skanner newspaper.
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Code Oregon was also in attendance, they are looking for mentors. Informal tutoring?
 * Multnomah County Library has a technical support position open for a maker space.
 * Next week's meeting is the monthly, at NodeLuckyLab.
 
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  * Charlie Hales gave a brief, promising speech
  * Head of Washington County Library management indicates that their WIFI is open 24h a day (this was a concern for Multnomah County).
  * Should provide public computer access room.
  * Also PPS, Parkrose are looking to move all resources online, may be interested in providing WIFI outside of the fence.
  * Many parties (independently) mentioned publicly-owned last mile, Comcast and CenturyLink mentioned Net Neutrality.
  * PCC allows "local" people to use their hard-wired network (wifi is locked down).
  * Skip Newbury is working for Software Association of Oregon successor: http://www.techoregon.org/.
  *
the Skanner newspaper guy was there, plus many others ~35-45-ish people.
  *
Code Oregon was also in attendance, they are looking for mentors. Informal tutoring?
  * Multnomah County Library has a technical support position open for a maker space.
 * Next week's meeting is the monthly at NodeLuckyLab.
 * Discussion on one or two meetings in December.

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Location: NodeFreshPot
Date and Time: Wednesday, November 19, 2014, 6:00pm-8:00pm
Scribe: You
Roll Call: Them

Agenda

  • Pick location for next weekly
  • We are going to check on the node here, it's had a malfunctioning radio or something
  • Afterwards, we can walk down the street to Storm Breaker Brewing or something, if you arrive after 7pm, give Russell a call/text and we can coordinate a rendezvous
  • Digital Inclusion Summit debrief
  • JasonBergstrom returning (recently replaced) Soekris to Russell/PTP

  • Your Item Here

Notes

  • We have relocated to NodeCrowBar (6:25pm)

  • Digital Inclusion Conference - Russell met the Multnomah Library Director
    • Charlie Hales gave a brief, promising speech
    • Head of Washington County Library management indicates that their WIFI is open 24h a day (this was a concern for Multnomah County).
    • Should provide public computer access room.
    • Also PPS, Parkrose are looking to move all resources online, may be interested in providing WIFI outside of the fence.
    • Many parties (independently) mentioned publicly-owned last mile, Comcast and CenturyLink mentioned Net Neutrality.

    • PCC allows "local" people to use their hard-wired network (wifi is locked down).
    • Skip Newbury is working for Software Association of Oregon successor: http://www.techoregon.org/.

    • the Skanner newspaper guy was there, plus many others ~35-45-ish people.
    • Code Oregon was also in attendance, they are looking for mentors. Informal tutoring?
    • Multnomah County Library has a technical support position open for a maker space.
  • Next week's meeting is the monthly at NodeLuckyLab.

  • Discussion on one or two meetings in December.


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