This is somewhat out on a limb and I have no idea what will be covered here. It was just an idea that there could be some interesting applications in other areas.
A quick look online shows a wealth of software for all of the above. It should make for an interesting evening; especially if anyone in the club actually uses any of it.
This was attended by a small but happy group and we had a very enjoyable evening at the Last Anchor once more with some excellent food. We missed some of our friends but hope they can come next time in January.
Here are a few of the customary photos of the assembled company.
|ICENI Future programme 2017/2018|
|September 20th||Alternative software applications,
Model Railways, Amateur radio and Telescope control.
|October 18th||Linux /Ubuntu updates.||Gareth et al|
|November 15th||Slide/Video Evening||All|
|December 20th||Gadgets and Party Evening||All|
|January 17th||Winter Social Evening - The Wooden Fender, Ardleigh (Provisional)|
|February 21st||Arduino/Raspberry Pi / BBC :Microbits||All|
|March 21st||Backup systems - Cloud/ CCTV, Acronis||All|
|April 18th||AGM - Virtual Reality and secure password storage||All|
|May 16th||Computer surgery evening||All|
Our meetings are held at the Bourne Vale Social Club, Halifax Road, Ipswich IP2 8RE , for a map and other details please see the website.
Membership fee currently £10, visitors free.
"ICENI does not have any Insurance cover for computers or other equipment so please be advised that you bring machines to the club at your own risk."
However many household insurance policies will include cover away from home often with no increase in premium. (Ed.)