Organiser Andrew Back has announced the speaker line-up for the Open Source Hardware Camp in nearby Hebden Bridge on the 16th of August, and it's a corker. Part of the Wuthering Bytes technology festival, the Camp last year was a smashing success and this year's looks to be a must-see event for anyone with an interest in coding, making and hacking and one we here at oomlout will most certainly be attending.
Linux Bootloaders and Kernel Configuration, by Melanie Rhianna Lewis.The talks are to be followed on Sunday by hands-on workshops including the building and deployment of a flood sensor network, an introduction to the Bus Pirate tool, and the chance to design and build an Arduino-compatible Shrimp on a PCB. Full details are available on the event website.
Open Source Archaeological Geophysics, by Tony Brookes.
An Open Source Aquaponics Control System, by Gareth Coleman and Dr. Naomi Rosenberg.
From Idea to Finished Product: A Tale of DFM and CEM, by Omer Kilic.
Driving Milling Machines with Linux, by Matt Venn.
Oxford Flood Network - Easier to Apologise than to Ask Permission, by Ben Ward.
An Introduction to Writing Applications for the Parallella Board, by Simon Cook.
Radio Then and Pararchive: Decentralised, Pervasive, and Open Story Telling, by James Medd.
Commercialising Your Ideas, by William Stone.
OpenTRV: Energy Technology that Saves Householders Money, by Damon Hart-Davis.
Interfacing with SPI and I2C, by Melanie Rhianna Lewis.
Concurrency in the Real World with xCORE and XC, by Alan Wood.