Every month we come together as a community to work on our many software and art projects. We welcome all skill levels to work on building the next cool thing with us, and are happy to train you on the tools we use. [complete list of projects coming soon...]
Here you will find all the information for our weekly meetings. We hope you will join us as we learn and play together. All you have to do to participate is follow the links below.
All experience levels are welcome for all events, and even if you don't own a copy of the game we're playing, or know the software/languages we're hacking on, you are still invited to participate. We're happy to teach you!
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Note: We are still figuring out the days and hours for these events, so everything is subject to change. If you are interested in one of the events, or have an idea for a new event, please reach out to us so we can try to accomodate you.
This is an internal meeting for community members to discuss our needs and plan for the future. Meeting details are shared in our community Snikket (XMPP) chat.
Inspired by the Hack and Craft started by the wonderful folks at Foss and Crafts , we are now doing our own weekly virtual meetup. Whether you are a novice hacker, a l337 hax0r, knitting your first sweater, or painting your next masterpiece, we hope you will join us for a midweek social session from the safety of your own home (or wherever you are).
Sail the high seas and kick some Greydwarf ass! All skill levels welcome. We have plenty of gear and accomodations on our server to get new players started, and we're happy to show you the ropes. Just excuse the mess; that blood was already there when we got here.
A different adventure every time! We play various games online using Tabletop Simulator, Board Game Arena, Jackbox, and narrative driven tabletop rpgs. Depending on the event, we'll use Mumble or Jitsi.
We will be getting together to play Final Fantasy XIV once a week. All levels welcome as we hang out with each other and help each other through the grindy parts with some dad jokes and dank memes.
Jitsi is a free, open source, video conferencing solution that runs in your browser.
Visit our Jitsi server here and simply enter the name of the room that you want to create/join, then click "Start meeting".
Mumble is a free, open source, low latency, high quality voice chat
Download Mumble Here.
To connect to our server for the first time use the information below. If this is your first time using Mumble, be sure to run the audio setup wizard!