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eBook subverted - able to read non drm'ed books. Maker faire at EuroOSCON
A game developed at Euro FOO Camp 2006. Petanque because we were on the continent. Pianos and sofas because it was Second Life. Graphics by Alice Taylor.
A game developed at Euro FOO Camp 2006. Petanque because we were on the continent. Beds and sofas because it was Second Life. Graphics by Alice Taylor.
shot during the jabber workshop - hotel plaza in brussels where euro oscon 2006 is being held
Babbage Linden in Second Life converted in to black and white ready to be drawn by the Make::Drawbot. Getting the settings right took forever.
I never did get out to see the Atomium, but you can see it from the airport, and I managed to snap a photo from the air. It's a representation of the iron atom.
...which had 13 Open Source geeks (Okay 12 plus a man in a kilt) descend on
it. They made a rather nice omlette, so if I ever find out where it was on
a map, it's recommended.
A game developed at Euro FOO Camp 2006. Petanque because we were on the continent. Pianos because it was Second Life. Graphics by Alice Taylor.
From the 2005 European Open Source Convention held October 17-20 2005 in Amsterdam and presented by O'Reilly Media, Inc. Please give credit as "James Duncan Davidson/O'Reilly Media".
- Taken at 11:32 PM on September 18, 2006; cameraphone upload by ShoZu
After the MAKEfest, Zimki sponsored free drinks.
Jo Walsh (aka Zool) was at the conference pushing OpenGeo.org, which creates open source mapping software.
These are the Zimki Yaks we take to conferences to fit in with our pre-shaved yak theme (yes, I know they don't look very shaved...you should have seen them before we got the clippers at them!)
They're wearing the ribbons that as exhibitors we were meant to dangle from our badges (making us feel like the bestest show pony evah.) I tied mine in bows around my lanyard. Koby and Ademola had better ideas.