|2000 Code Night (FPGA cipher cracking)|
|1930 - meetup|
|1900 Code Night (x86 asm)|
|1900 Code Night (cracking a OpenCL)|
This is an old revision of the document!
Here are various projects we are hacking on, have already done, or (further down the list) just occurred to us. Check out also the list of stuff you can try out in brmlab yourself.
If you need something special for your project and you think that hackerspace would not mind to buy it or some of our members can find it at home, you can let us know on Equipment wishlist (and/or IRC and mailinglist) - just make sure that we do not already have it (check Equipment page).
You are very much invited to ask around to gather support, interested people, ideas and advice for your projects, and we're looking forward to hearing about your progress, or seeing it by our own eyes in the hackerspace or at least on some meetup.
Want to create a project? If it's only a random idea right now, just add it to the list at the bottom. If you have more to say and show, you will want to create a page for it - just go to the URL bar and substitute
project/<id> (just think something up). The easiest way to add content is to copy-paste wiki code from some other project page and just change all the text. You need to add it manually to the list here then - just cut, paste 'n modify again.
If you want to officially start your project (i.e. you have thought about it enough already and want to finally get hacking), just change its status in the wiki and move it around at this page. Please note that all projects that are “in progress” should have some indication of progress status and at least very preliminary plans of how the work should progress further - just look at some existing ones.
Please add as much detail to your project as possible. The reader should clearly understand what's the project about, why is it cool, what should be the end result and ideally be able to fully reproduce it based on the wiki page - we believe in open hardware and documenting and sharing our work!
These projects have been already finished to some usable state. But there is always some room for improvement so if you have some new ideas and enthusiasm, feel free to revive them!
These projects have been started, but work on them got on hold for more than few weeks. The hackers probably got busy with something else and will resume their work in the future or when someone new interested (i.e. you!) shows up.