Tim Gibbon


Meeting: 24-Mar-2014. Using git and github

Gentle introduction to using git and github.com for source code control. Slides are found here: http://tommybobbins.github.io/git-guide/ Please excuse the vulgarities. Roger Dudler has a potty mouth. Feel free to fork. Pull requests will be gratefully accepted! https://github.com/tommybobbins/git-guide


Meeting: 23rd September 2013 – Arduino

Host: Tim Gibbon Arduino is an open-source electronics prototyping platform based on flexible, easy-to-use hardware and software. It’s intended for artists, designers, hobbyists and anyone interested in creating interactive objects or environments. It’s based on the Atmel ATMega RISC based Microcontroller. It has Analogue and Digital I/O. The platform is […]


Meeting: 14th January – Roll your own Distro

Rolling your own* distro *Debian based This talk discusses the Why and How of creating your very own Linux distribution. The start of the talk discusses the methods and the end of the talk shows the nuts and bolts of creating (baking) a fully customised distribution. Why roll your own? […]


Meeting: 10th September 2012 – Linux RAID

Topic: Home Server Part 1 – Linux RAID, NFS & Samba Host: Tim Gibbon Protecting your data using RAID1 on a root filesystem and sharing it using NFS and Samba RAID introduction: http://www.prepressure.com/library/technology/raid The aim of this talk is to demonstrate Software RAID 1 (mdadm) under GNU/Linux and how easy protecting important data can be. […]