Google Hangouts work a little differently from how they did before, so the link that used to be in the event no longer works. If you'd like to join, go to our g+ page located here.
Since we just held the Android Development Day and there had been no RSVPs for this particular meeting, it's been cancelled. Instead I suggest that anyone local to Poughkeepsie go to the ACM meeting tonight and watch Sean Dague talk about tech volunteerism.
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I want to send a belated thanks out to our friends over at Slash Root Cafe in New Paltz. They hosted our regular weekly doing in their space last week. We got to meet new people, try out some vegan cookies, learn about how to use Python to abuse an in-house phone system. We also spawned what will likely be an entertaining competition. (If you have any skills or a strong desire which you think will be useful in arming our helicopter, get in touch with me or Loki.)
With ADD1 and ADD2 as indicators, ADD3 was as successful as we expected. We had a good turnout and saw some new faces. The main repo for sqwrGameworks is now back to a functioning state. Join us Monday for the next Android Study Collaborative.
Just a quick reminder that ADD3 is happening tomorrow at 11am. All the details are here. There will be at least one breakout of people working with Eclipse, Egit, and Github, and some more talk about the sqwrGameworks group project. If you're interested in getting involved in sqwrGameworks, this would be a good session to attend.
As some of you are aware, ADD2 happened on the 14th of January. We had a turnout slightly larger than ADD1. Despite a caffeine near-emergency, there was quite a lot of productive time spent. A subset of the group got the ball rolling on the Android Study Collaborative which you can now find on the calendar. We also got started on a larger group project, which has been dubbed sqwrGameworks. You can find the main repository here.
On saturday, the Kershaw's hosted ADD1. About 14 people showed up and to my knowledge at least 12 left with Hello, Android working. I witnessed a tally app, a dice roller, the begginings of a chat app, and several people completing a few of the more advanced tutorials. Of the huge turnout, we had great representation from the Mid-Hudson Valley Linux Users' Group. They've even posted some pictures.
We've moved the weekly meeting yet again. We will now meet on Tuesdays at the same location and time. Hopefully this will accomodate more of the folks that couldn't make it to other meetings.