We had a Hackaday Assembly at 35C3. Thanks to everyone who was there or came by!
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So we've got a spot, I've got a budget for snacks, and I've put the wheels in motion for some stickers and stuff.
I ordered a banner the other day, but as with all things on the Internet, you can never tell how big it's going to be in real life until it arrives.
The cheapest banner on the site was one for mounting on scaffolding, and it had a printable image size of 170x150 centimeters or something. Sounds pretty big. But how big is that really?
Elliot for scale.
This is gonna be fun! At least we'll be easy to find...
I just put in for a 20-person assembly for Hackaday, which means that we'll get 2-3 tables, chairs, ethernet drops, electricity, and the right number of square meters to support all that. The rest is up to us!
If you're coming, and you'd like to make Hackaday's assembly your home, let me know in the comments or by adding yourself to the team for this project. We want to make sure to have enough seats/space for all!
If you don't want to make Hackaday your home, but you'd like to bring something awesome to show off that you'd like to leave with us, that's great. We'll need deco. If it's big, let us know in the comments?
If you'd just like to drop by and say hi, please do! We'll save a Mate for you!
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