Computerwerk

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Website https://www.computerwerk.org/
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vorstand (place html entity and hash sixtyfour semicolon here) computerwerk (and here the character that is like · but lower) org

Description Project for free used computers for people in need and community-based electronics repair workshop
Members Eichkat3r, Fluxx, Goto, Guenther, Quantum, Simba, Yolo
Projects create project
Self-organized Sessions create self-organized session
Related to Assembly Chaos Darmstadt
Tags workshop, repair, charity, linux, education, students
Registered on 16 November 2016 22:18:36
Location for self-organized sessions no
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Location
Note: The location on the map does not represent a reservation of a location and might not represent the actual place, where a assembly can be found. The place can be changed within the form of the assembly by anyone. It will be updated by the assembly itself on day 0 or day 1 as soon as the actual location is known.
Orga contact guenther@computerwerk.org
Brings [[Brings::We will establish a small internet café at the congress. For that, we will bring a few PCs and periphery.]]
Projects Improvement of internet-cafes for refugees or other people in need.
Uses money no money handling
Plays TING no
Plays TING skills {{{Plays ting skills}}}
Character of assembly place to show and meet
Seats needed 9
Extra seats 2
Assembly specification
Planning notes We would like to be near Chaos Darmstadt and (if they come) Starship Factory.
past congress review We were happy with the space we got at 31C3, but we didn't have the internet café that time.

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We are a non-profit organization from Darmstadt, Germany, that provides free computers for people in need and for other non-profit organizations. All of the computers we provide are refurbished machines that others have donated to us. As we aspire to promote open source software, we install Linux operating systems on each computer. The internet café at our assembly demonstrates the setup we provided local refugee camps with. We also give assistance to people in repairing their own electronics.