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Revision as of 20:57, 26 April 2014
- 1 Welcome
- 2 Projects
- 3 Training, Workshops, and Documentation
- 4 General Purpose
- 5 Gaming
Welcome to the Compute Zone! This zone was established in the aim of providing space and tools for the computing needs of members at large as well as provide a venue and support system for computing oriented projects. This zone is co-warden-ed by Justin Triplett and Marie-Therese Enga, please email us about your thoughts!
The Open Source Special Interest Group is a collection of people and events related to Open Source Software and Hardware. We have a number of projects going on in this group including Git Empowerment, Open Hardware power profiling, and EFF BitCoin Patronage.
Training, Workshops, and Documentation
- Wiki Editing Workshop
- focus on the i3 wiki
- Compute Zone Orientation: Cyber Communication
- Google Calendar, Google Groups, Facebook, Twitter, WordPress, CRM, Eventbrite, and More'
- 2nd Wednesday of Each Month 7:00-8:00 pm with Pizza
- Facilitated by: Marie, Justin
- Make vectors for use with many of our fun gadgets, such as the vinyl and laser cutters
- Quatum GIS
- An open source Geographical Information System
- Security for Everyone
- Basic security concerns of the 21st century including: 2-factor authentication, encrypted WiFi, SSL and you.
Please email the wardens with ideas and suggestions. If you teach a class related to this zone let us know and we'll add it to the list and perhaps help support the needs of the class.
We're considering hosting study/support groups for edx.org or other online classes.
Dozuki Guide Hub
We are starting a Dozuki Hub to host repair and building guides of all sorts, not just computer related! We will be forming Dozuki workshops for everyone to learn how to use Dozuki. For now if you are interested, take a look at the documentation.
Facilitating the general computing needs of members and visitors at large.
Listed in order of generally accepted Awesomeness
|Marie's Brain||imagical.i3detroit.local||Macintosh-Intel||Mac OS 10.6||DHCP||New Member Orientation, Photo Booth, Print & Scan, Kicking serious butt||Marie-Therese Enga,|
|Fedora Laptop||fedoralaptop.i3detroit.local||Intel Core 2 Duo||Fedora 20||DHCP||HAM Radio, Inkscape, GIMP, 3D Printing, Games||Justin Triplett|
|Justin's netbook||idontremember.i3detroit.local||Atom Intel||Dual Booting: Fedora 17 and Windows 7||DHCP||Artemis, DesignJet 330, unfortunate Windows requirements :P||Justin Triplett|
|PC Print Station||not available||Intel / Pentium 4||Windows XP||not available||currently down, due to efficiency concerns||unclaimed|
|FileSaurus.i3detroit.local||ESXi VM on 64bit AMD Opteron||Debian Wheezy||10.13.0.18||Fileserver [SFTP, TFTP, samba]||firstname.lastname@example.org|
i3's Dell Laptop
There is a Dell Latitude E6400 that is wholly owned by i3 Detroit, purchased (2nd hand) with funds raised by the Compute Zone. This laptop has a Core 2 Duo (Penryn I believe) processor running at 2.53GHz, 4GB of DDR2, an 80GB SATA rotating magnetic storage disk. and a DVD+RW multi-recorder optical drive. Other features include, Ethernet, DisplayPort, VGA, USB2.0, ESATA, 4pin 1394, ExpressCard/54, and SmartCard slot.
Justin's HP netbook
There is a small black HP mini 210 (netbook), with VGA out for the projector, that has an Artemis user with no password, ready to run as an Artemis server for anyone. This machine is being provided on an indefinite timeline by Justin Triplett (User:jtrip), please contact him with any questions, any time. It can currently be found on the server rack in the game room / whiteboard area, under the tree house, please return it to that location when you are done using it.
The HP mini 210 is currently configured to dual boot Fedora 17 and Windows 7 and GRUB will prompt the user to select which system to boot. If it is found in a configuration that you do not desire to use, please power down the machine in a respectful manner (using a shutdown command) instead of a hard reset.
- Two monitors under the desk
- Adaptor/Charging Borrowing Station
Follow the section link to visit the primary network page. Any local networks created for the Compute Zone will be listed below:
We are also now collecting data on the power usage in the building and hosting publicly for analysis. You can read more about it at the Power Meter page, at the bottom is information about access to the database.
This linked page is a collection of all our official, i3 Detroit, methods of communications. Even the phone system is digital, and many people here may be interested in social media etc, so I figured we should link to that page. However we will also post any Compute Zone specific communication information in this section.
Yup, sometimes seeking inspiration is productive.
Artemis is a co-op space combat simulator, whereas all players need to be on the same network so that they may take individual roles to operate between 1 and 6 starships. We have a license that was purchased by Nate B. and donated to i3 for general use. Currently there is a group that meets regularly to play on every other Saturday, please refer to the calendar for details.
The game only requires one 'desktop/laptop' license to work for as many players as you like (more than 36 and you'd likely be sharing roles) and runs natively on Windows but is also playable on Mac OS and Linux generally via Wine. Artemis can also be played on iOS (generally, iPad recommended), although it does require a separate purchase through the iOS App Store, $2.99 I believe, it can then be played on the same network and team as any other platforms. All versions of the software present the user with a choice of hosting the server or connecting to the server as a client. The game is designed such that one computer must be the server and is best connected to a projector, a player is not able to use that as their client, so there must always be one more computer than players to host the game. Here is the PDF manual
Artemis on Mac OS X
http://www.playonmac.com/en/, might be more apt to crash, so it is likely best suited as a client because the game will stay stable as clients can drop out and connect at any time.
Artemis on Linux
Wine + Magical Happy Thoughts + Artemis = One Heck of a Great Time!
note: this is not the kind of wine that comes with magical happy thoughts by default
What, not hacky enough for you? clearly you don't know minecraft that well...
I was thinking about setting up a server but really I barely get time to play and when I do, it's on a friends server...
So really this is more like an invitation, if you are interested let me (User:jtrip) know, and we'll get you setup.
Unless there is some sudden overwhelming demand... then I would love to setup a server on a linux box for us. :)