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I became a Noisebridge member on August 25, 2009 [https://www.noisebridge.net/wiki/Meeting_Notes_2009_08_25 August 25, 2009], and in early 2014, I indisputably became a firmly established member of Noisebridge's Board of Directors.<br/>
 
I became a Noisebridge member on August 25, 2009 [https://www.noisebridge.net/wiki/Meeting_Notes_2009_08_25 August 25, 2009], and in early 2014, I indisputably became a firmly established member of Noisebridge's Board of Directors.<br/>
  
While I have admittedly not contributed as much direct coding or hardware hacking as I would like to *at* the Space ever since I joined, I certainly Talk the Talk quite well as far as Policies and Procedures.  Most besides *this* Most ;o) will easily recognize that I greatly prefer managing Noisebridge affairs remotely in my own manner of self-deprecating flippancy, as opposed to spending any significant amount of live time at the Space, excluding of course attending meetings such as Tuesdays' Weekly.  This is primarily due to my various commitments, including holding down a full time job as well as taking care of my young boy. It goes without saying that I can rarely be expected to making any sort of a commitment to showing at the Space for such events as a Noisebridge seasonal cleanup.
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While I have admittedly not contributed as much direct coding or hardware hacking as I would like to *at* the Space ever since I joined, I certainly Talk the Talk quite well as far as Policies and Procedures.  Most people besides *this* Most person ;o) will easily recognize that I greatly prefer managing Noisebridge affairs remotely in my own manner of self-deprecating flippancy, as opposed to spending any significant amount of time on-site at the Space, excluding of course attending meetings such as Tuesdays' Weekly.  This is primarily due to my various commitments, including holding down a full time job as well as taking care of my young boy.
  
I have an unhealthy fixation on streaming radio. [http://nthmost.net:8000 Here are some radios I host.]
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It goes without saying that I can rarely be expected to making any sort of a commitment to personally showing up at the Space for a hands-on event such as a Noisebridge seasonal cleanup.
 
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Some (like [http://pcrcollective.org Mutiny Radio]) come from live studios and some (like [http://feliznavidadforever.com Feliz Navidad Forever] and [http://tomhiddleston.nthmost.com Radio Loki]) are algorithmically generated. 
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I have an unhealthy fixation on streaming radio. [http://nthmost.net:8000 Here are some radios I host.]<br/>
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Some (like [http://pcrcollective.org Mutiny Radio]) come from live studios and some (like [http://feliznavidadforever.com Feliz Navidad Forever] and [http://tomhiddleston.nthmost.com Radio Loki]) are algorithmically generated.<br/>
 
I use liquidsoap to sculpt the station, Python to wrap it, and icecast to stream it.
 
I use liquidsoap to sculpt the station, Python to wrap it, and icecast to stream it.
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Want to give me access to something so I can hack away on it at leisure? [http://nthmost.com/effluvia/id_rsa.pub Grab my public RSA key.]
 
Want to give me access to something so I can hack away on it at leisure? [http://nthmost.com/effluvia/id_rsa.pub Grab my public RSA key.]

Revision as of 15:20, 15 April 2014

Hello! My name's Naomi.

The "I's" have it!

I became a Noisebridge member on August 25, 2009 August 25, 2009, and in early 2014, I indisputably became a firmly established member of Noisebridge's Board of Directors.

While I have admittedly not contributed as much direct coding or hardware hacking as I would like to *at* the Space ever since I joined, I certainly Talk the Talk quite well as far as Policies and Procedures. Most people besides *this* Most person ;o) will easily recognize that I greatly prefer managing Noisebridge affairs remotely in my own manner of self-deprecating flippancy, as opposed to spending any significant amount of time on-site at the Space, excluding of course attending meetings such as Tuesdays' Weekly. This is primarily due to my various commitments, including holding down a full time job as well as taking care of my young boy.

It goes without saying that I can rarely be expected to making any sort of a commitment to personally showing up at the Space for a hands-on event such as a Noisebridge seasonal cleanup.

I have an unhealthy fixation on streaming radio. Here are some radios I host.
Some (like Mutiny Radio) come from live studios and some (like Feliz Navidad Forever and Radio Loki) are algorithmically generated.
I use liquidsoap to sculpt the station, Python to wrap it, and icecast to stream it.


Want to give me access to something so I can hack away on it at leisure? Grab my public RSA key.

Naomi Theora Most
naomi at nthmost.com + pnaomi at gmail.com
+1-415-728-7490

skype: nthmost

http://twitter.com/nthmost

/etc/passwd entry

$ sudo adduser --gecos 'Naomi Most' --shell /bin/bash nthmost
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