[Noisebridge-discuss] intro to jim
maltman23 at hotmail.com
Mon Aug 11 13:28:55 UTC 2008
No need for curses. Looks like some folks could benefit from a soldering workshop. With a little practice soldering the larger surface mount is not too bad. If there's any interest, when I get back to town (in September) I can give a soldering workshop for people who want to learn soldering (total newbies) as well as those wanting to get better at it so they can do surface mount. In 90 minutes everyone will be confident that they can solder.
Date: Mon, 11 Aug 2008 00:57:31 -0700
From: arramsabeti at gmail.com
To: jim at well.com
Subject: Re: [Noisebridge-discuss] intro to jim
CC: noisebridge-discuss at lists.noisebridge.net
I will join you in a curse of components only available in surface mount form.
On Sun, Aug 10, 2008 at 8:47 PM, jim <jim at well.com> wrote:
hello, i'm jim. i like linux, know a little
bit about electronics (enough to lament the
advent of surface mount chips, they seem hard
to solder), know a bit about programming and
system administration, live in san francisco,
have no pets, am in an old school punk rock
band called the nubs (KUSF liked and still
sometimes plays cuts from our CD), and am
interested in the nb effort to get a place:
i have some construction skills (can bend
EMT pipe and pull wires and set up sub-panels
for regular old split-phase 110/220 and even
three phase). once upon a time i was actually
good with an airless paint sprayer and also
brushes (don't like rollers much). when i do
drywall, it doesn't look great, but a lot of
people don't seem to notice the troughs and
warps and dimples.... i can fix most toilets
and do some plumbing (copper, soil pipe,
simple fixture stuff).
i own a PA system and some microphones and
a protools recording set up.
i live in san francisco and hate parking.
i also hate commuting, tho' i seem to drive
i like to be helpful.
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