Asist/mini-makerspace

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This is the wiki for the SLAIS mini-makerspace. Edit it to make it better!

makerspace code of conduct

More safety rules to come with more equipment.

  • Respect the space, respect your fellow makers.

• Everyone is a Maker.


• If you can imagine it, you can make it.

• If you can’t open it, you don’t own it.

• We share what we make, and help each other make

what we share.

• We see ourselves as more than consumers—we are productive; we are creative.

• Makers ask, “What can I do with what I know?”

• Makers seek out opportunities to learn to do new things, especially through hands-on, DIY (do-ityourself) interactions.

• Making is an interdisciplinary endeavor.

• It’s all right if you fail, as long as you use it as an opportunity to learn and to make something better.

• We’re not about winners and losers. We’re about everyone making things better[1]

makerspace project ideas

makerspace resources

We have:

  • A raspberry pi
  • An old printer server

makerspace wishlist

how to prepare

  • Bring your laptop
  • Bring craft or making ideas
  • Read the wiki and add the changes you'd like to see in the world
  • Be ready to give feedback where it is welcome
  • Consider opening a project up to the involvement or feedback of others

References

  1. Adapted from the makerspace playbook. http://spaces.makerspace.com/.