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Now we know who the snselibe one is here. Great post!
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Welcome to the BrainSilo Wiki! BrainSilo is a non-profit Hacker-space Located in Portland, Oregon. The space has been established to provide a place where artists, hackers, experimenters, average joes, non-average joes, and pretty much anyone else, can come to work on, contribute to, and share their projects and ideas.
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If you'd like to come out and see the space, '''Welcome Meetings are Every Thursday at 7:00pm'''
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If you'd like to see if anyone is at the space, dial '''(503) 764-4220''' (this is the main BrainSilo number)
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{|border="1" width="100%" cellpadding="7"
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!width="50%"|What We're Working On ''At'' BrainSilo
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!width="50%"|What We're Working On ''For'' BrainSilo
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Typically new projects are announced on the [http://www.brainsilo.org main site] where, if they gain traction, they
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materialize from the ether. Sometimes smaller or more individual projects may not make the blog, but they may still
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(of their own volition) choose to create a project page, particularly if they require aid in order to complete their
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project.
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See our [[Projects|project list]] for more details.
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* Raising Money to apply for Federal Non-profit Status (around $700)
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** [[Articles of Incorporation]]
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* Trying to reach consensus on whether to change the membership scheme of the space.
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* And more! (Yes it's a cop-out, but it's true.)
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==Sounds Cool, Where do I sign up?==
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Come on down and see what we look like, and figure out if there's something you'd like to contribute to (or start a project).
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Membership details can be found on the main BrainSilo website: [http://brainsilo.org/membership/ http://brainsilo.org/membership/]
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==What does BrainSilo look like?==
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Well, here's a floorplan:
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[[File:Silo-layout comments.png]]
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This represents stuff that's happening or stuff we want to happen (except for, possibly, the pit of despair)
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Out of Date? Want to add something?
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Please use the [[floorplan|floorplans]] to plan out electrical diagrams or the layout of the space.
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Here are some pictures:
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|[[File:Electronics.jpg|400px]]
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|[[File:mainfloor.jpg|400px]]
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Latest revision as of 08:35, 9 January 2013

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Logosmall.jpg

Welcome to the BrainSilo Wiki! BrainSilo is a non-profit Hacker-space Located in Portland, Oregon. The space has been established to provide a place where artists, hackers, experimenters, average joes, non-average joes, and pretty much anyone else, can come to work on, contribute to, and share their projects and ideas.

If you'd like to come out and see the space, Welcome Meetings are Every Thursday at 7:00pm

If you'd like to see if anyone is at the space, dial (503) 764-4220 (this is the main BrainSilo number)


What We're Working On At BrainSilo What We're Working On For BrainSilo

Typically new projects are announced on the main site where, if they gain traction, they materialize from the ether. Sometimes smaller or more individual projects may not make the blog, but they may still (of their own volition) choose to create a project page, particularly if they require aid in order to complete their project. See our project list for more details.

  • Trying to reach consensus on whether to change the membership scheme of the space.
  • And more! (Yes it's a cop-out, but it's true.)


[edit] Sounds Cool, Where do I sign up?

Come on down and see what we look like, and figure out if there's something you'd like to contribute to (or start a project).

Membership details can be found on the main BrainSilo website: http://brainsilo.org/membership/


[edit] What does BrainSilo look like?

Well, here's a floorplan:

Silo-layout comments.png


This represents stuff that's happening or stuff we want to happen (except for, possibly, the pit of despair)

Out of Date? Want to add something? Please use the floorplans to plan out electrical diagrams or the layout of the space.

Here are some pictures:

Electronics.jpg Mainfloor.jpg