Presented by:

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edunham (seagl-osem@edunham.net)

from Mozilla

E. Dunham is the DevOps engineer for Mozilla research, which in practice means shepherding servers for the Rust language and Servo browser engine web presence, continuous integration, and release infrastructure. The OSU Open Source Lab alum's hobbies include carpentry, gardening, and filing “please license your code” issues on GitHub.

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Many FLOSS enthusiasts exact perfect control of every bit and byte in their digital lives, but feel helpless at the mercy of clothing manufacturers to mass-produce garments for them. Sewing is an under-appreciated technology which allows you to modify, resize, and even duplicate your proprietary garments, or design your own!

This talk will take a quick spin through the underlying principles of fabric materials and construction, then share everything you need to know to mend, re-shape, or add pockets to your clothes. And of course, we’ll talk about when you should and shouldn’t sew with floss.

Slides online at http://talks.edunham.net/seagl2018/sewingtalk.pdf

Date:
2018 November 9 - 13:30
Duration:
50 min
Room:
Room 3180
Conference:
Seattle GNU/Linux Conference 2018
Language:
Track:
Something different
Difficulty:
No experience required

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