Welcome to the E-Space Project Wiki
This is the wiki of the E-Space Project, a non-profit hacker/builder/maker space in Exeter, UK.
The E-Space project was founded in August 2009 and has run and co-run two small work spaces. The existing subscribers are currently meeting on regular fridays at the Farmers Union pub in Exeter, as suitable alternate meeting places are not readily available. The space is currently back in incubation, with a small number of subscribers and board members paying into a fund account towards opening a new full space at some point in the future.
During 2011, E-Space was temporarily associated with the Hot Solder electronics company, a local design, manufacture, repair and retail shop for custom products and repair jobs, as well as the SolderCore development boards. Hot Solder hosted the hackerspace in their offices, providing space, power and materials while E-Space worked towards running a dedicated space.
Every Friday - E-Space pub nights.
Every friday, E-Space meets up at the Farmers Union pub on Queen Street in central Exeter. People eat food, work on code and bring along any pub-safe projects they've been working on, such as drones, RFID card readers and hacked laptops.
February 1st 2014 - Party like brx’uh Mxolxv Fdhvdu.
- Cryptography is the science of keeping secrets.
- Simple point-and click software is available free to protect any digital information.
- The workshop will involve:
- Signing and scrambling emails and documents with GPG.
- Creating a hidden scrambled folder on a computer.
- Protecting web traffic with SSH tunnelling, SSL and Tor.
- Secure instant messenging and video calling with XMPP, OTR and zRTP.
- Advanced aluminate counter-EM neural protection headgear manufacture.
- How to play safely with encryption tools for new UK hackers.
- All ages welcome. Refreshments will be available, Tinfoil hats will be given away.
- A PGP Key-Signing party will run throughout the workshop.
- See our Board of Directors,
- Look at the Business Plan,