Coming up this weekend, the 2016 NASA Space Apps Challenge is happening.
It has events all across the world, but I will be attending as an
Ambassador over the weekend at the Rochester Institute of Technology in
Western New York.
If you are local to the area or think you could spare the time / travel
money, you're welcome to attend. The event will have around 40-60 people
there. Fedora-specific information is on the wiki. General event details
are below in this email.
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Subject: The 2016 NASA Space Apps Challenge is This Weekend!
Date: Wed, 20 Apr 2016 15:05:14 +0000
From: Daniel Schneiderman <dan(a)magic.rit.edu>
The 2016 NASA Space Apps Challenge is this weekend! We’re looking
forward to seeing the out of this world solutions everyone comes up
with. Here is are some general tips for this upcoming weekend:
*Location and Schedule:*
The 2016 Space Apps Challenge will be taking place in Student Innovation
) at RIT. We recommend parking in parking lot S.
Check-in will be starting at 9am, opening remarks will be kicking off at
9:45am, and working on projects will continue through Midnight on
Saturday. Sunday will start back up at 9am and presentations will take
place at 5pm. We will be giving out awards at 7:30 that evening. Lunch
and dinner will be provided on both days to all participants.
A detailed schedule can be found at:
This year there are 25 challenges spread across six different themes:
Earth, Space Station, Solar System, Technology, Aeronautics, and Journey
to Mars. Within these themes the challenges are broken out by difficulty
and range from easy to advanced. We recommend that you start exploring
this year's challenges and brainstorm ideas for this weekend at:
When posting about the NASA Space Apps Challenge this weekend, we
recommend using including the twitter accounts:
and the following hashtags: #spaceapps, #spaceappsROC, #at&t.
Be sure to check out NASA Space Apps Challenge website for the challenge
If anyone requires interpreting services, you can request services at:
Additionally, if you have any dietary concerns, or have any general
questions about the Space Apps Challenge, feel free to send me an email
at anytime at: dan(a)magic.rit.edu <mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>.
FOSS@MAGIC Research Associate and Community Liaison