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Description Hacking in the language Forth
Members Mecrisp
Projects create project
Self-organized Sessions create self-organized session
Tags robot, blinkenlight, programming, embedded
Provides stage no
Location for self-organized sessions no
Orga contact {{{Has orga contact}}}URIs of the form "{{{Has orga contact}}}" are not allowed.
Uses money {{{Uses money}}}"{{{Uses money}}}" is not in the list (yes we handle money, no money handling) of allowed values for the "Uses money" property.
Need fibre {{{Need fibre}}}"{{{Need fibre}}}" is not in the list (no, yes would be great, yes its essential) of allowed values for the "Need fibre" property.
Extra Power {{{Extra power}}}
Near passage {{{Near passage}}}"{{{Near passage}}}" is not in the list (whatever, yes its essential, would be great, definitively not) of allowed values for the "Near passage" property.
Character of assembly {{{Has assembly type}}}"{{{Has assembly type}}}" is not in the list (just a gathering space, place to show and meet) of allowed values for the "Has assembly type" property.
Seats needed 0
Extra seats 0
Aread needed 0
Arrival and build up

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Die Forth-Gesellschaft ist ein gemeinnütziger Verein, der das Hacken in der Programmiersprache Forth bewirbt. Wir bringen Roboter mit (Triceps pick&place, Bitkanone 2.0 movable Blinkenlight, Stirlingmotor-Prüfstand), und zeigen net2o, ein peer2peer-Netzwerk in Forth implementiert. Entwickler bekannter Forth-Systeme wie Gforth (PC) und Mecrisp (embedded ARM) werden an der Assembly sein.

Forth Gesellschaft is a non profit organization which promotes hacking in the programming language Forth. We have robots with us (Triceps pick&place, Bitcannon 2.0 movable Blinkenlight, Stirling motor test bench), and also show net2o, a peer2peer network implemented in Forth. Developers of well-known Forth systems such as Gforth (PC) and Mecrisp (embedded ARM) will show up on the assembly.