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Mostly separate but...it is my [...]by
Mostly separate but...it is my fine-art conservation documentation and desktop publishing mini workshop
we could have people bring their photos and we scan and make montages, books and exhibits. I've wanted to collect the long school and high society scroll photos that inevitably wound up rolled into a 4" to 5" tube which dried that way and would be a great demonstration on how to determine the pH, flatten and matte them.
The objective here is to have participants learn to install linux systems and apps
1) locally from thumbdrives, onto a laptop (which is what I did @ scale),
2) on hardware that supports Kernel-based Virtual Machine (KVM).
i can bring 2 1u servers or maybe i would bring smaller workstations that can be used as servers. we need one server for taking it apart to experience what's inside the box and the other server to run a kvm virt-manager application that could handle 10 or more installations, all happening and shareable at the same time. The 1u's are a bit noisy but could be stuck on a cart near power or maybe i'll just bring smaller machines.
the server needs to be in the room connected via ethernet cables. wifi can maybe work with laptops and router connected to the server. a 2 shelf library cart would work.
3. install online to AWS,
The DTLA Mini Maker Faire is a great opportunity. I like to know more about the potential workshop spaces. I have 10+ olpc's I can bring. That system uses http://sugarizer.org
*Vivienne Byrd*, Librarian III
Lead on Full STEAM Ahead & Citizen Science Initiative
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Los Angeles Public Library
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On Mon, Sep 17, 2018 at 3:53 PM, Kenneth Wyrick <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Hi Vivienne,
> I'm filling it out now.
> A question about scanning oversized publications (ie. 21"x30" newsprint
> size. Do you have a scanner setup that would accommodate these publications
> and or would you like to have such capabilities?
> We have Roosevelt HS Rough Rider Newspapers circa mid 20's plus that we
> need to digitized and catalogue hopefully using http://omeka.net .
> On Mon, September 17, 2018 3:22 pm, Byrd, Vivienne wrote:
> Hi Kenneth,
> It was great chatting with you just now! You got so many awesome ideas
> and I really love that upcycling/repurpose of the old
> laptops/tablets/computers to learn Linux.
> Please go ahead and complete the Call for Maker Application (
> I will see how we could tailor it to make it a fun Linux workshop at the
> Maker Faire for the beginners!
> *REMINDER: Application Deadline is OCTOBER 1st!*
> I will keep an eye out for your application!
> *Vivienne Byrd*, Librarian III
> Lead on Full STEAM Ahead & Citizen Science Initiative
> Exploration & Creativity Department
> Los Angeles Public Library
> 630 W. Fifth St., Los Angeles, CA 90071
> Direct: 213-228-7552 • Main: 213-228-7360
> email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> *Join us at the 2018 DTLA Mini Maker Faire <http://dtla.makerfaire.com/>!
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