K well seems that we definitely have an interest here, so I will ask the head of the student council to line up a room for us on Saturdays, It will probably be either a science lab or if possible the computer lab, not sure since they are currently upgrading to Imac's
) I have a few students at school interested, so hopefully we have a good turnout! Also we should come up with an agenda of what we want to accomplish with our meetings. I think we have gone over this at some point in the thread but would like to refresh everyone's memory.
1. Introduce everyone and share a little bit of past experience of working with electronics.
2. Share one (or more) of our current projects or, a project idea that we want to work on, or need help with.
3. A discussion about what we want to happen in our group, future meeting times, a group projects, group orders to get special pricing?
4. Spend an hour or so networking with people that have expertise in different areas (for example I'm not great at coding but love the hardware side of electronics)
Please feel free to add to this agenda, all ideas are welcome!
Hopefully I will be able to set a date for Saturday the 27th (or if there's enough people who can make it, the 20th) If it is more convenient for the majority I don't have problem with Sunday, so give me some feedback on what's best for you!