History | Last updated by James Slater, 4 years ago

About FreeGeek Chicago

 FreeGeek Chicago is a not-for-profit community organization that recycles used computers and parts to provide functional computers, education, internet access and job skills training to the underserved communities of Chicago in exchange for community service.

What is the Codex?

FreeGeek Chicago strives to be transparently governed. This website is our knowledge base and coordination tool, a codex of all that we know. If you wish to have edit access, or become more involved in this site, please come volunteer at FreeGeek.


Announcements

Wiki is back up

Between work and a couple of mystery bugs, I struggled to get the wiki back up and running. We're back up now! You can now attach files to wiki pages and tickets properly, and Trac now supports a "side-by-side" editing mode. And major improvements to the theme are in ...

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  • Posted: 2010-05-16 14:08 (Updated: 2010-05-16 14:49)
  • Author: David Eads
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Improvements to the planning tool

We are just about ready to ditch Basecamp completely, and thanks to Dave, Taylor, Scott, Malcolm, and everyone else who has futzed around with this site, we've actually got some content in place and I have been able to see the implications of my initial work on this in ...

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About the FreeGeek Chicago announcements blog

Welcome to the FreeGeek Chicago announcements blog. This blog is for short, pithy announcements about internal and operational matters (such as the status of our network). Important public information (such as schedule changes and special events) can be found on our we ...

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  • Posted: 2009-08-05 20:39 (Updated: 2010-05-16 14:58)
  • Author: David Eads
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History | Last updated by James Slater, 4 years ago