Following Mark's lead, we have organized the first meeting of Computer
Anonymous in Seattle as well. Our first meeting will be on Thursday,
October 24th at 6pm (Pacific) at Outlander in Fremont. More details here:
Links to register via your social network of choice (GitHub, Google+,
Facebook) are included.
-Mike, on behalf of Anjanette Young and Erin O'Meara
On Fri, Oct 18, 2013 at 8:34 AM, Mark A. Matienzo
<[log in to unmask]>wrote:
> Hi all,
> We're organizing the first meeting of New York City Computer Anonymous <
> http://computeranonymous.org/> group. Computer Anonymous is a group that
> allows socially conscious people who are interested in technology. In the
> words of the linked page, "it is not an entrepreneurial meetup, nor is it
> networking: It is a support group, a place to meet good people and talk
> about good and bad things."
> The first meeting is scheduled for October 29 at 6:30 PM at Pacific
> Standard, in Brooklyn, NY. More info can be found here: <
> http://computeranonymous.org/us_newyork.html>. If you'd like to RSVP,
> follow the instructions on that page or contact me on- or off-list.
> A few more words of encouragement from the Computer Anonymous site: If
> you’re from a background which isn’t well-represented in most geeky
> meetups, come along – we want to make a difference. If you’re from a
> background which is well-represented in most geeky meetups, come along – we
> want your help making a difference. If you’re worried about not being
> computer enough, come. If you think you’re an imposter, come. If your day
> job isn’t code, come. This isn’t a group of experts, just people. We are
> interested in the social and technical problems. This is a support group.
> No-one knows what they are doing .
> Mark A. Matienzo <[log in to unmask]>
> Digital Archivist, Manuscripts and Archives, Yale University Library
> Technical Architect, ArchivesSpace