Urgent Evoke

A crash course in changing the world.

Is Eureka your favorite EVOKE character?

Did you love all the fabbing in Episode 4?

Do you dream of spending time in a hackerspace?

Do you love tinkering around, making things, putting things together?

Do you consider yourself any type of Maker?

Yes? Well, then you probably would want to join the EVOKE Maker's guild! The Maker's Guild is a network for everyone in EVOKE who loves to create and make things and use these things to change the world. In the guild, makers can communicate and collaborate to do what they love and to improve the world. 

The Wiki can be found Here. If you are interested, check out the section on joining the guild in the front page, follow the directions, write up a short and simple application, and be sure to link to it from the List of Pending Applications!

Any questions or suggestions are welcome. Post here or message me!

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Awesome, I look forward to hearing from you.

a.v.koshy said:
no suggestions yet , later definitely ... about farm punk and several other things
I am, as I am with so many things, on the edge of Makerhood. I love to make things, but I'm far more interested in making things without electronics. I love simple machines! But I appreciate those who are electronics folks, as my most awesome Grampie Cronburg, who trashpicked a fancy pong video game console and fixed it up for me back in the 70s, was the old school type Maker.
I'm definitely a maker: I'm fixed with making low-tech and high-tech, hardware and software, green and sustainable stuff...
I'll wait to sign up, just because I realized I can't join too many projects at a time and seriously follow them all. But please keep me updated.

Didn't we say the wiki was moved here?
I moved your page's backup (at that time) here, also.
Please let me know if you expressly chose not to migrate for any reason. Other contents are being added on the new one, and we seriously risk to have the EVOKE wiki splitted in two.
@ Turil: Doing stuff with electronics has nothing to do with whether or not you're a maker. I personally don't really enjoy working with electronics and I'm not very good at it. The really cool geodesic dome you made is a great example of making things without any need for electronics.

@MoE: I created the Guild wiki separately from the EVOKE wiki. Not knowing a better site, I used Wikia. However, the advertisements are kind of annoying, so if you know a better site I could use that is still separate from the Urgent EVOKE wiki, that would be great.
Sorry, I didn't get it at first.
Unfortunately, I've no direct experience with any ad-free wiki service. Apparently, Wetpaint was offering that for educators, but now it doesn't anymore.That's why I proposed, in the end, to create one from scratch and hosted it on my webspace.
You might have a look at wikidot. They say they're ad-free, and their service seems to be free with limited, yet acceptable, features.
But I can't ensure it is a good service, I just found it by googling. Anyway, it worths to have a look and maybe google about its reputation.
I hope this was of some help, and sorry for misunderstanding.

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