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March 18 2020

Arduino: Sensors and Input/Output on Sat, Mar 28

March 17 2020

COVID-19 Policy 2020

Our Board of Directors met on Sunday afternoon.  We discussed the current situation, and we want to have a good balance between the health and safety of our members and the desire to continue using the space.  Therefore, we are clarifying that individual use of the space is allowed, along with the following:

  • Until Omaha Public Schools resumes classes, OMG will not have any Open Studio Time.
  • No other Groups are permitted to use the space. Per the Governor of Nebraska, no more than 10 persons at any one time.
  • Using your best judgement, we ask that the space be used by as few people as possible at one time.
  • Please be respectful of your fellow members and clean up after yourself. Wipe down surfaces that you touch. And wash your hands! “Wash your hands like you just ate a bag of Cheetos and are now going to knit with white yarn.”

If you have any specific questions, please ask.  Thanks!

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March 15 2020

Covid-19: Bis auf weiteres keine Veranstaltungen im C4

Der Chaos Computer Club Cologne sagt jegliche Veranstaltungen aufgrund der Covid-19-Situation ab.

c-base and the COVID-19 lock-down

This page will be continuously updated. Please check regularly for new information.

Let’s start with the good news! The family name of the current pandemic virus (Coronaviridae) as well as the disease (COVID-19) caused by it both start with the letter ‚C‘. This makes us happy.

What makes us sad is that, in order to slow down the transmission of the virus, we need to shut down most of station services. This means in detail:

  • ALL EVENTS listed in the c-base calendar are CANCELLED until further notice.
  • The BAR of c-base is CLOSED until further notice – as are all bars in Berlin

How do members stay in contact during the lock-down?

Covid-19 – Public Events in Tog

All Tog public events are cancelled until the 5th of April.

Tog is continuing to take measures to protect our members and the general public and by following advice from the HSE. The National Public Health Emergency Team has advised that individuals should reduce discretionary social contacts as much as possible.

In light of this advice, we have decided to cancel all open-door public events in the space until the 5th of April. These are all group nights and open social.

The space will remain open to our members in a limited capacity. Please do not show up unannounced as a visitor.

We are exploring options to move some events online and we will be putting together resources on social media to share some hacking and making skills while the public events are curtailed.

It will be a challenging time for our community and society at large. We are open to hearing ideas (email ) from you on making the most of the current situation and keeping our community strong.

We send our best wishes to the medical staff who are dealing with this crisis and we encourage everyone to follow HSE advice.

March 12 2020

Intro to Soldering Workshop: Make an LED Tile on Sun, Mar 22
ONLINE: Pom-Pom and Tassel Make-along on Sun, Mar 22

March 11 2020

Cut and Etch Your Own Designs with Our Laser Cutter on Sat, Mar 21
COVID-19 and NYC Resistor: Craft Nights Cancelled Until Further Notice

March 09 2020

Wave Hackers Experimental Music Group


An experimental audio research & performance group, a place for artists, dreamers, geeks, hackers, nerds, outcasts, weirdos, rebels and scientists to experiment and create. Everything from circuit bending to instrument design and creation. Everyone welcome no matter the experience level. Come learn and share but most importantly have some fun. Bonus points for bringing instruments to play.

There will be a PA and mixer along with a few crazy instruments on the night to play around with.

Join us on the 2nd Tuesday of each month for the next six months as we explore our musical interests and experiments. For more details check out the event on meetup link below.

Meet a Maker: Wolfgang Siebeneic

Meet a Maker: Wolfgang Siebeneic

Wolfgang Siebeneich works with wood and metal at the Makerspace.

Among Siebeneich’s many projects at the Makerspace is rehabilitating tools that have been misused.

“Doesn’t take long for tools to get bad in the woodshop,” said Siebeneich. “Tools in this place get … abused a lot …. But I’m gonna clean these up and rehabilitate them and then put them back in the woodshop and see how long they live. And I don’t expect them to last very long.”

One such tool is an adze. Adzes are ancient instruments used for carving wood. 

“One of the earliest known uses for them is for hollowing out logs for canoes. You use it much like you would a hatchet,” said Siebeneich. “I’ve been really happy with the way these work.”

“I’m a real fan of old-school human powered tools,” he said. “In my world, utility trumps aesthetics.”

Siebeneich enjoys making useful items despite his finished projects sometimes being underused. Siebeneich said, “One [project] I did about three or four years ago is building a kickwheel for the pottery area … It took me about three weeks to make it and for the next two years nobody ever used it so it seemed kind of a waste. But it was a fun project.”

“I do get a great deal of satisfaction from doing a project successfully,” said Siebeneich. “The reason I’m proud of them is not anything I do with craftsmanship…but I’m proud of them because they work, beautifully.”


by Madi Drayna

Craft Night Cancelled: Monday, March 9th 2020
Announcing the Code of Conduct Committee

March 05 2020

Needle Punching Make-along with Electric Tufting Demo on Sun, Mar 15

March 02 2020

Dublin Comic Con – Spring Edition

DCC is a pop-culture/fandom event ideal as a family day out or a fan nerd out! Covering everything from movies/tv shows to comics, cosplay and gaming! Whether you are coming to find rare collectables, meet some Hollywood actors and local artists, have your portfolio reviews by industry professionals or simply cosplay.

Taking place on the 14th/15th of March in the Dublin Convention Centre. We will be showcasing a range of projects and activities including mould making, casting, wearables electronics and laser cut models.

You can book a ticket via the following link:

St Patricks Festival – Festival Village

We are delighted to be taking part in the St Patricks Festival again. We will be in Merrion Square on 17th of March from 12:00 until 18:00. You can find us in the science area in the Festival Village. We will be entertaining visitors with our mix of projects, demos and all-round fun.

February 29 2020

Big Life Fix in Tog

A brand new RTÉ series, BIG LIFE FIX, challenges a group of leading designers, engineers, computer programmers and technology experts to creating inventions that will transform people’s lives. Filmed over the course of a full year, the group uses cutting edge science and technology to build practical solutions for those who need their help.

Based at TOG, a facility for makers in the Blackpitts area of Dublin city, the team harnesses the power of science to create tailor-made inventions for individuals and families. Between them, they can build everything from space satellites to life saving medical devices and military hardware.

We are delighted to be the home of the Big Life Fix. Two of our own members( Niamh Stockil & Dr. Shane Phelan) even taking part to help provide solutions.

Freier Software Abend am Montag, 02. März: Voctomix

Zum siebten Freien Software Abend im C4 gibt es einen Vortrag zur Videomischer-Software Voctomix.

February 28 2020

Coolock Makerspace Opening

Coolock Library is the home of a new free makerspace. The whole library has recently been completely refurbished with a new dedicate maker space. The space already has a range of equipment including a laser cutter, 3D printer, scanner, embroidery machines.

The space has its official opening on Saturday 29th of February, as part of National Library Open Day

We are delighted to see a new maker space open and the growing maker community.

February 27 2020

RC Car Battle Results

On February 25th, eight makers participated in the Sumo Battle that we’ve been preparing for since January. It was a raucous evening of smashing plastic and cheering crowds. Afterward we took apart a few cars to see how they worked – near the end of the video Ben even explains how he combined the front ends of two cars into one. Off camera, Eric took the other two halves and made an additional car, and maybe they’ll be another video showcasing that one!

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