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10 September 2008 - 13:26Next £5 App meet, Brighton, Thurs 18th Sept

Our next £5 App meet is coming up on Thursday 18th Sept (not Tues!), this time we have 20 minute presentations for:

  1. Chumby+Python hacking by John
  2. ‘Groundbreaking movie production’ with ASwarmOfAngels by Matt
  3. Arduino for physics display hacking by Seb
  4. Locomatrix GPS Gaming by Richard
  5. “How not to launch a web app” by Dan on the soon-to-really-be-launched Tails bug tracker

This event is a Demo Camp like last month‘s. Usual rules – sign-up on Upcoming so we know how much beer to buy (we buy it out of our own pockets…unless you want to sponsor?) and cake to bake, UNattend if you can’t make it.

If you’re local then you’ll know John (£5 App co-founder) and the Chumby, Arduinos and Locomatrix.  You might not know ASwarmOfAngels:

“A groundbreaking project to create a £1 million film and give it away to over 1 million people using the Internet and a global community of members”

There is more about Matt Hanson (founder of ASOA) in this interview.

We’re in our usual location of the refurbished Regency Town House in Hove (thanks Danny!), if you’re coming down by train then you’re a 10 minute bus ride away.

From London – get to Brighton station, walk 5 minutes South to Churchill Square, get a number 1 bus heading West (actually, most busses will probably do if they go West from Churchill Square), get off by Brunswick Square (ask the driver, it’ll take 5 mins on the bus).  It is a 20 minute walk from Brighton Station if you’ve got a map.

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