Kicking off The Recompiler Year 3 with a special event

Next week, on March 1, we're teaming up with a favorite open source project to celebrate the start of our Year 3 and their 10th anniversary. Since January 2008, Calagator has connected technology and other communities through a shared calendaring service. The primary calendar in Portland, OR is the go-to place to find out what's … Continue reading Kicking off The Recompiler Year 3 with a special event

Call for Contributors for Issue 11: Love and romance

For our third issue of 2018, we’ll be talking about love and romance! We’re looking at the technology that brings us together with our fellow humans. Our guest editor for this issue will be Thursday Bram. Here’s a few ideas to get you started: How to understand the information a dating site collects about you … Continue reading Call for Contributors for Issue 11: Love and romance

Today at 10am! Our first podcast telethon

Join Audrey and Christie for six hours of live Recompiler podcast entertainment. We'll be "on air" from 10am-4pm Pacific time. One of the things we’ll be doing during the telethon is answering your questions so submit them here. We'll also be talking about plans for The Recompiler Year 3, our upcoming Community Event Planning Book, … Continue reading Today at 10am! Our first podcast telethon

Contributor spotlights: Jen Kagan and Federico Mena Quintero

Recently, Jen Kagan has been working on a series of interviews with people who work in open source. Jen previously contributed an article on web browser cookies to Issue 7 with co-author Tara Adiseshan. The most recent interview in the series is with Vesha Parker who co-organizes Progressive HackNight. Jen asks, "What does 'open source' … Continue reading Contributor spotlights: Jen Kagan and Federico Mena Quintero

Contributor spotlights: Khairani Barokka and Jameson Hampton

In Issue 2, Khairani Barokka wrote about disability and hacking. Her most recent project is a book she co-edited: Stairs and Whispers: D/deaf and Disabled Poets Write Back, the first major anthology of UK-based D/deaf and disabled poets, which is a wholly multiformat and multimedia book, including audio links to readings by poets, poetry films … Continue reading Contributor spotlights: Khairani Barokka and Jameson Hampton