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Welcome & LVL1 Quickstart

  1. Brief History of LVL1, point out directors
  2. New folks welcome - email and name for sign-in
  3. Quickstart to LVL1 culture:
    1. Fun is the prime directive. Keep things fun.
    2. Fair Warning: Using the collective 'we' can quickly get you deputized.
    3. When scheduling something; pick an arbitrary date to start negotiations, thereby avoiding arbitrary non-starting negotiations.
    4. The less rules the better. Don't try to solve problems we don't have.
    5. Be excellent to each other.
  4. Dues paying Members / Founding Members
    1. Voting Rights (direction and conflict resolution)
    2. 24x7 access to space, you get a key
    3. Access to all equipment owned, donated or loaned to LVL1
    4. Ability to sponsor new members

Old Business

  1. T-Shirts and other swag.
    1. T-Shirts are on order. Should be ready next meeting!
  2. We Sell Make Subscriptions. $34.95 each - LVL1 gets $17.50! There is a link on the WIKI
  3. 'LVL1 Player 2 Donation' recurring paypal monthly donation of $13.37
    1. Easy way for non-members to give support without jumping into full membership.

New Business

  1. Next workshop?
    1. Tuesday May 18
    2. Freeduino spring training - programming and interfacing
  2. Tinker in Lexington
    1. Tim from Collexion?
  3. The hunt for space!
    1. Hope Mills Report
      1. Walls
      2. Electrical / water
    2. Skull Alley
    3. Massage Parlor report - Todd (insert joke here lol)
  4. General Discussion about proposed spaces
    1. Members fill out ballot to rank all available spaces
      1. Discuss top choice
    2. Vote "Go" or "No Go" on top choice.

Show and Tell + Meet and Greet + General Discussion


Brian W Todd W Glenn B Chris C Bill E Joseph P Brad L Cindy H Mark E Todd C John H Tim K


Next workshop is at U of L Speed 210 May 18 7-10pm Arduino Spring Break - work with led's, lcd's, switches, sensors, motors, sound!

Tinker at Lexington was really cool. Great turnout. Thanks for the update Tim K

Context Free is a programming language that is really cool and makes some neato graphics Context free art

We did vote that the best spot so far is the Hope Mills place, but we did not vote to pull the trigger and go and get it. The no-go's won by 1 vote. Democracy at it's best! Perhaps in two weeks we will get a space. Please go space hunting!