Public Lab Community Newsletter 11.03.13
A couple big announcements in the newsletter this week--including Public Lab an update on our 501(c)3 status, and an Organizer’s trip to Rwanda! Hope everyone had a great week and a fun, safe Halloween!
We are happy to announce that after a 22 month wait, Public Lab has been approved as a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization by the IRS!
Public Lab is proud to be selected as an Honorable Mention amongst a great group of Finalists for the Buckminster Fuller Challenge! More info and a summary of the great review team comments we received here. The award ceremony will happen at Cooper Union in New York City on November 18, 2013 at 7:00 pm. RSVP for the event at if you’re in the area and wish to attend: http://bfi.org/2013-ceremony.
A really nice Public Lab shout out from our friends at Raspberry Pi, related to the Pi NoIR.
Shannon and Becki compiled evaluations from the 2013 Barnraising. Thanks everyone for your feedback--we look forward to using it to make the next event even better!
Organizer Don Blair will be representing Infragram at ICT4Ag in Rwanda, Nov 4-8.
Research Note highlights
Mapknitters Gulf Coast--first meeting (posted by Eustatic) Scripting Raspberry Pi to Boot and Shoot timelapse photos (posted by Mathew) Potentiostat Notes-1, WheeStat history (posted by Jsummers) Red v. Blue filters for NDVI (posted by Nedhorning)
If anything was missed, please email the lists or post a research note. Have a great week everyone! Becki