[plug] Any Projects to Cover in Linux Journal?

Mason Larobina mason.larobina at gmail.com
Tue Jun 28 21:33:21 WST 2011

I'm the author of Luakit (http://luakit.org/) and I would love to talk about
it and or get it some attention if anybody is interested.

I'm also a recent member of PLUG and one of the founding members of the
Perth hackerspace (The Artifactory). So I'm local.

I'm at work at the moment so I don't have much of a chance do to a full
write-up on my phone but I'll respond when I can.

On Jun 28, 2011 9:20 PM, "John Knight" <anarchist_tomato at hotmail.com> wrote:
> G'day all,
> I know I don't post much these days, apologies! Anyway, I realised that I
hadn't got a "to-do" "to-done" in that I've not yet asked my fellow
Perthites at PLUG if there's any projects they'd like covered in the New
Projects column in Linux Journal.
> So, here we are. Firstly, do you know of a cool project that you'd like to
see covered? The criteria is that it's something still in *development*,
rather than a well established project past 1.0. Also, wacky = brilliant.
Some of my favourite projects thus far have involved binaural brainwave
entrainment, quantum minigolf, and NZ project that took static drawings and
created (rudimentary) video games from the picture! Still, if it's not
kooky, something extremely useful is also well worth mentioning - projects
like Tor for instance are real game changers.
> While these projects can be from anywhere worldwide, I'd much rather give
some kudos to an Australian project, especially one from WA!
> Thanks all!
> John Knight
> "...it was brilliant, there was three up against a thousand, and boy, did
we give those three heaps!"
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