[EMS Discuss] Introduction

Mark Danburg-Wyld EMAIL HIDDEN
Tue Jul 2 20:17:24 PDT 2013

I'll vouch for Sam right now - not that I expect a pile on, but I have
known him for a number of years and he's a stand-up guy. Hopefully one of
ya'll from the board has opened up the box and taken some of his money...

On Tue, Jul 2, 2013 at 2:40 PM, Cord Slatton <EMAIL HIDDEN> wrote:

> Great to have you as a member! Hope you are enjoying Eugene.
> Cord
> On Tue, Jul 2, 2013 at 1:21 PM, Rick Osgood <EMAIL HIDDEN>wrote:
>> Glad to have you on board!  Definitely keep making friends at the open
>> hack nights.  I love the idea of a "sun chime" by the way.
>> Since the key process can be a bit mysterious to new people, I'll outline
>> it here briefly.  When you decide you'd like to have a key to the space,
>> you need to have three current key-holding members sponsor you.  Then the
>> board can vote to give you a key.  The best way to make this happen is to
>> get to know some people at the space and then write a post here saying
>> you'd like a key.  That way the members who know you can respond and
>> sponsor you.
>> On Tue, Jul 2, 2013 at 12:13 PM, Sam Foster <EMAIL HIDDEN> wrote:
>>> Hey I've been at a couple of open hack nights recently and slipped my
>>> membership paper+$$ in the little box (were those received and processed?)
>>> so I thought I'd introduce myself a little.
>>> I just moved to Eugene with my family from Leeds, UK. I was a member of
>>> the local hackspace there: http://leeds.hackspace.org.uk/ for the last
>>> year or 2. I played with a solar collector, fiddled with some basic BEAM
>>> stuff, made me a couple of sun chimes http://leedshackspace.org.uk/**
>>> 2013/05/06/sun-chime/<http://leedshackspace.org.uk/2013/05/06/sun-chime/>and got the kids tinkering too. My daughter made this cool light that is
>>> still in use: https://twitter.com/**samfosteriam/statuses/**
>>> 319043442183393280<https://twitter.com/samfosteriam/statuses/319043442183393280>
>>> A long time ago, I studied sculpture and did a stint fabricating and
>>> prototyping for a furniture designer - mostly metal work. I have been known
>>> to work with potato, banana, tea bags and whatever is lying around. These
>>> days I mostly write code by day so I need a regular fix of making real,
>>> tangible things.
>>> I look forward to meeting you all,
>>> Thanks,
>>> Sam
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