Here are my ideas for Oslo so far, I’ll probably edit this over time to reflect changes and updates. Everyone’s free to chime in.
- stock up on FP3/+ parts so I can help people
- any old (and/or broken) FP parts (and phones), so I can get better at tinkering with the parts.
- Student union week – check interest among students & student organizations.
- Result: Found an offshoot of the Restarter Project in Oslo. Looking into organizing a repair party with them on Campus. As part of that, I’ll start a repair union on Campus.
- Build social media presence on FB, Instagram, Mastodon, and Matrix.
- Update: Nothing happened on the FB, and Instagram front. Dipped my toes into Mastodon and Matrix – Mastodon seems kind of promising.
Oslo kulturnatt: lots of events are planned.
Either, I could try to hold a workshop there (overly ambitious, but I can see if its theoretically possible, practically I’d need help with this), or I could just discuss fairphone and urban mining with people and check for resonance.
Contact the repair union in Oslo.
Register as a student repair union on campus.
Prepare for October workshop.
Advertise for the
workshopstudents’ repair union on social media and the university campus.
HoldPlan an urban mining workshop on campus for next semester. (Assuming corona regulations allow for it, and Norwegian authorities aren’t being overly optimistic about the situation)
November - December:
- main focus on my exams.
- depending on resonance maybe a meetup (digital?)