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We're all looking for help here and there. Here's the spot where you can find a collaborator for your project. Write what you have to offer and what you're looking for in the comments.

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1) What skills do you have to offer? If you have a project idea and can do some of it, add what you plan to contribute.
If you have a project idea and need someone to teach you how to do it, the Hack Chat is a better place to ask. Link to Hack Chat :: hackaday.io/hackchat

2) What are the skills you're looking for? If you're a hardware person looking for a software person, don't limit who will work on your project by saying the language they have to use. If you're a software person looking for someone to help design your hardware, don't limit your collaboration reach by saying which hardware they have to use.

3) Project description. Be flexible.

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Anil Pattni wrote 2 days ago point

Hey everyone, I'm actively seeking collaborators (or likes :o) ) for project tinyhackerhouse https://hackaday.io/projects/hacker/67453 please connect if your working on a sustainable technology we can use. Cheers!

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Sophi Kravitz wrote 3 days ago point

This project is still active! Best way to find a collaborator is to say 1) what skills you have to offer 2) what skills you're looking for 3) project synopsis

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J. Ian Lindsay wrote 06/13/2016 at 04:46 point

Guys, this is a great idea. Are you still active?

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Benjamin Vernoux wrote 04/28/2016 at 17:39 point

I'm looking for collaborators for coding the firmware of HydraBus HydraFW (For HydraBus features and/or HydraNFC features ...)

Any contributor will receive free hardware (HydraBUS/HydraNFC)

https://hackaday.io/project/180-hydrabus

https://github.com/bvernoux/hydrafw

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Steve Schuler wrote 04/21/2016 at 20:50 point

Howdy folks. I'm working on a project "Teaching programming and Electronics with Snap Circuits and the Kano Computer." Starts here: https://hackaday.io/project/10182-pi-day-2016-project. And I've gotten this far:  https://hackaday.io/project/11158-the-diode. My next post will be controlling the snap circuits relay with the Raspberry pi. I've got the circuit working, but need an idea for something to switch on with the relay. Right now I'm just switching the Snap Circuits fan on and off. Simple, though boring. Anyhoo, looking to collaborate with a person or team interested in education/teaching/science. Of course persons or teams interested in the Kano computer/Raspberry Pi, Snap Circuits, education/teaching/science are welcome to collaborate with me.

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Leonardo Janus wrote 03/30/2016 at 23:54 point

I would create a worldwide network of small battery manufacturers, instead of a mega-factory.

So people do not need to move for work!

With some simple tools, a small room and sharing common materials resource store, produce advanced safe batteries based on 

non-hazardous materials.

I'm preparing papers for different model: starting from a revisited "nickel zinc" battery based on graphite felts and with an electrolyte made of sugars.

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pyroartist wrote 03/28/2016 at 18:00 point

I am looking for ideas on how to amplify the appearence of dust and pollen in outdoor air at a 1000 foot range. Passive methods would be prefered but active is OK too. The system must be monostatic, i.e. co-located transmitter and reciever (if active system). The best display format would be an actual picture of the dust density. Sort of like what you see indoors when a bright sunbeam comes in a dusty room. I have studied this problem a long time.  Dust has the ability to change the polarization  of light by a large degree but I have not been able to create a system that exploits this fact. This is an extremely difficult challenge.

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Sophi Kravitz wrote 3 days ago point

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matseng wrote 03/26/2016 at 10:26 point

I'd like to try to be a part of a collaborative project instead of just doing something myself. I'm also in the need of a decent square wave signal generator to replace my aging HP 3325A that is both huge and limited to 10MHz squares. 

So I'm looking for collaborators for specifying, designing. building and coding the firmware for  "The Square Wave Box"

I'm thinking of doing something like this -  A Silabs-based dual channel 1Hz→100MHz square wave generator with 1.2→5 volt outputs and an easy to read LED display.  Remote control by USB might be good as well.

https://hackaday.io/project/10552-square-wave-box

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jarek319 wrote 03/26/2016 at 15:25 point

is anyone welcome to join and contribute, or are you looking for serious time nuts?

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matseng wrote 03/26/2016 at 15:51 point

No time-nuttery will be done here :-) The performance of this unit would make a time nut laugh. Anyone can be involved here and be of great help.

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Samuel A. Falvo II wrote 03/25/2016 at 16:34 point

Looking for someone with experience porting Niklaus Wirth's Oberon System to new processor architectures.  I have cloned Peter Dewacht's Project-Norebo and made changes to support the RISC-V 64-bit architecture, and got starred modules to compile and run on the Kestrel-3's emulator.  However, going beyond this stage looks pretty daunting.  I'd prefer to focus more on getting Verilog modules and their datasheets written up, so that I can have something to demo for the 5th RISC-V Workshop next year.

Uncompensated; I am not a business, nor am I making Kestrel for profit.  Credit will be given in documentation of course.  Thanks!!

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jarek319 wrote 03/24/2016 at 22:44 point

Looking for a professional (or skilled amateur) security consultant to help evaluate and appraise encryption methods for my project: https://hackaday.io/project/3555-zamek-the-offline-pocket-password-manager

This will be going places, so even if your professional services deserve compensation (or your amateur skills deserve a few beta test boards) let me know!

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J. Ian Lindsay wrote 06/13/2016 at 04:43 point

You poasted awhile ago, but JIC you're still looking for help, I think I meet your criteria:
http://www.joshianlindsay.com/index.php?c=Cryptography

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jarek319 wrote 06/13/2016 at 20:52 point

send me a PM :)

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