Hackforge is a place where we work on projects either on our own or together. Unlike many other hackerspaces, Hackforge runs on the partnerships it has with the community, such as the Windsor Public Library, and it runs on the volunteer efforts of our members.
They want their members to choose what work they are interested in contributing to and we’re starting to put suggestions of possible volunteer projects on posts of their website marked volunteer-op.
But if you are not sure where to start or what what would be really appreciated, here are some such suggestions.
- They need a point person for hardware donations. This person would collect information about the donation from the donor and determine whether it should be accepted based on available space and by criteria set by the Facilities Group
- They need someone to create a simple organization system of labelling shelves and boxes so that people less familiar with the space could still help in keeping the space tidy and the tables clear for work.
- There are two workshop tables that need to be built
- Rrun a workshop so that our members can learn how use the 3D printers
Also, they would love to see more documentation of the great work that is already happening at Hackforge. Once you’ve started or finished a project – or, even when you are in the middle of one, please add a quick write-up of your work here on the Hackfor.org website. If you need an account to do this, please contact the Membership chair and she can get you added.
If you are interested in helping out with any of these projects or have another idea of what you would like to see in the space and can put yourself as a lead to make it happen, please contact our Facility Manager, Paul Anderson