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Come and discuss Home Automation including all things Sensors, Collection, Graphing, Control & Open Hardware.  Very loose definition, if you want to talk about anything then just come along!
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= Software Freedom Conservancy Supporters BoF =
  
Time: Friday Lunch (12:20-13:20)
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Software Freedom Conservancy Supporters of Australia lunch
Location: Check [[Birds_of_a_Feather_sessions_(BoFs)]]
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[[https://twitter.com/lathiat Trent Lloyd]] can briefly re-run his lightning talk from open hardware on graphing everything in his house and programming a BLE Bluetooth Low Energy dev board on Linux.
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[http://sfconservancy.org/supporter/ SFC]
  
Then let's discuss what everyone else is doing, show off with photos if you have some, etc.
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== Venue ==
  
= Attendees =
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T.B.D.
If you are coming then please note below and include anything you can talk about, would like to hear about, or just your name to come and enjoy the discussion
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* Trent Lloyd (can talk: graphing, BLE, 20Wh solar wireless sites)
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Can anyone recommend a good local place for lunch... otherwise I'll throw a dart at a map.
* (TBC) Cary D (can talk JeeNode Micro)
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The Wharf Shed Cafe has good food and can accommodate large groups without a booking - Russell Coker
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== Organiser ==
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[https://stumbles.id.au/ |Ben Sturmfels]
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== Attendees ==
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* [[ User:PuZZleDucK@gmail.com|Ben Minerds]]
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Software Freedom Conservancy Supporters BoF

Software Freedom Conservancy Supporters of Australia lunch

SFC

Venue

T.B.D.

Can anyone recommend a good local place for lunch... otherwise I'll throw a dart at a map.


The Wharf Shed Cafe has good food and can accommodate large groups without a booking - Russell Coker

Organiser

|Ben Sturmfels

Attendees


Birds of a Feather sessions (BoFs)
Autonomous Robots Emacs Ingress Interval Training Kerbal Keysigning Libre Social Media Parallelism Perl Queer Running Taswegian Bibleopoly