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16:41, 9 February 2017Qrcode Business Operations.png (file)488 BDosman (Business Operations Guide QR code URL)1
16:35, 9 February 2017Qrcode Officers Guide.jpg (file)506 BDosman (Officers Guide QR code)1
01:38, 7 February 2017SysadminClass-Lecture2.pdf (file)25 KBJtillots 1
01:36, 7 February 2017SysadminClass1.tar.gz (file)1 KBJtillots 2
01:35, 7 February 2017SysadminClass2.tar.gz (file)2 KBJtillots 1
15:13, 1 February 2017Krieger whiteboard-schematic.jpg (file)1.26 MBAvh.on1 (Schematic of the Krieger Dreamer Peeper drawn immediately before its construction.)1
14:50, 1 February 2017Krieger top.jpg (file)1.01 MBAvh.on1 (Top view of the Krieger Dreamer Peeper, showing how the barrel is attached to the body.)1
14:48, 1 February 2017Krieger side.jpg (file)1.02 MBAvh.on1 (Left view of the Kriedger Dreamer Peeper.)1
14:47, 1 February 2017Krieger right.jpg (file)1.04 MBAvh.on1 (Front-right view of the Krieger Dreamer Peeper.)1
14:45, 1 February 2017Krieger light-and-squirt-detail.jpg (file)1,011 KBAvh.on1 (Detail of the front of the Krieger Dreamer Peeper, showing how the pump from the squirt gun was fitted into the barrel. The Brass rod plugs the top of the reservoir, and the trigger (or "key") is fitted immediately before operation.)1
14:39, 1 February 2017Krieger iso-front.jpg (file)1.06 MBAvh.on1 (Front view of the Krieger Dreamer Peeper, showing the squirt gun and fan-grill "dream condensate collimator")1
13:01, 1 February 2017Krieger high-amperage-connection-detail.jpg (file)1.26 MBAvh.on1 (Detail showing how the 10-watt LEDs were nailed to brass strips, and how the ends of the brass strips were wrapped around the wires that supply power.)1
12:59, 1 February 2017Krieger electronics-detail.jpg (file)1.34 MBAvh.on1 (The electronics of the Krieger Dreamer Peeper, with very ad-hoc construction. - The switch on the lower-right turns the Peeper on. - ATTiny85 is on bottom-middle. It generates science-fiction sound effects and flashes the lights. - LM7805 voltage regul...)1
12:47, 1 February 2017Krieger disassebled-parts.jpg (file)1.5 MBAvh.on1 (All of the non-wood components of the Krieger Dreamer Peeper after disassembly.)1
12:36, 1 February 2017Krieger back-right.jpg (file)1.09 MBAvh.on1 (Back-right view of Alex's "Krieger Dreaer Peeper", showing the slot where the mp3 player plugs in, the Parrot AR battery, and the terminals of the capacitor.)1
11:45, 31 January 2017SysadminClass-Lecture1.pdf (file)19 KBJtillots 1
00:44, 17 January 2017DisplayLink USB Graphics Software for Ubuntu 1.2.zip (file)12.17 MBJosh 1
19:03, 6 January 2017USB hack.jpg (file)1.5 MBMouse 1
13:18, 11 December 2016Smiletime.png (file)30 KBSdcharle (For Amazon Smile mentions)1
00:47, 1 December 2016Bloominglabs-ClusterSysAdmin-syllabus.pdf (file)23 KBJtillots 1
13:42, 27 October 2016DriveLightsTest.flac.gz (file)11 KBAvh.on1 (Flac version of DriveLightsTest.wav.gz: a 4-second sound that is all silent, except for a 0.05-second long period starting at t=2 seconds where the level is at maximum. Used to drive a logic-level mosfet off of a 3.5 mm headphone jack. It turns out th...)1
02:27, 27 October 2016DriveLightsTest.wav.gz (file)10 KBAvh.on1 (A gzipped file containing a 4-second sound (Microsoft .wav) that is mostly silent, except for 0.05 seconds starting at t=2 seconds where the level is at maximum. This is a test of the signal used to drive the LEDs in avh.on1's Krieger Dreamer Peeper.)1
23:08, 26 October 2016Bloominglabs-logo ShirtPrint test1f.svg (file)56 KBDakmh (Flattened for better web display)2
23:00, 26 October 2016Bloominglabs-logo ShirtPrint test1f large.png (file)491 KBDakmh (Rasterized version of baseball-style logo used for screen printing)1
22:54, 26 October 2016BloominglabsGearDeeperTeeth purePaths 2a alpha.png (file)23 KBDakmh (Version of 300dpi rasterized version of gear with alpha)1
22:18, 25 October 2016Futuristic-logo.png (file)39 KBAvh.on1 (Early version of the bloominglabs logo with the "Final Frontier" font and the original flowergear.)1
22:09, 25 October 2016Bloominglabs-logo-nobg.png (file)20 KBAvh.on1 (Blooming-gear logo, taken from the top-left corner of the wiki on 25 October 2016)1
11:16, 21 August 2016BloominglabsGearDeeperTeeth purePaths 2a.svg (file)15 KBSdcharle (Just the Bloominglabs Gear, as an SVG file.)1
11:15, 21 August 2016BloominglabsGearDeeperTeeth.png (file)101 KBSdcharle (Just the Bloominglabs Gear.)1
00:25, 11 July 2016Welding workshop cost analysis.xls (file)13 KBDosman (Welding workshop cost analysis spreadsheet)1
14:38, 26 May 2016Qrcode machine manuals.jpg (file)505 BDosman (Machine manual page URL QR code)1
18:18, 15 May 2016BoominglabsExteriorLogo.jpeg (file)
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5.05 MBSorcerer (The recently painted Bloominglabs logo on the outside of the building.)1
22:57, 27 April 201614 disassembled.jpg (file)66 KBAvh.on1 (A mostly-dissasembled Baofeng UV-82 handheld transceiver. Top: antenna Second from top: volume knob Third row: antenna retaining ring, volume knob retaining ring Bottom row: battery, belt clip, main circuit board and back case, front case (still held t...)1
22:54, 27 April 201613 keypad.jpg (file)47 KBAvh.on1 (The removable rubber keypad of a Baofeng UV-82.)1
22:53, 27 April 201612 rubber jack seal.jpg (file)55 KBAvh.on1 (Piece of rubber that seals the input and output jacks of a Baofeng UV-82. It is in between the case and the circuit board.)1
22:53, 27 April 201611 remove back.jpg (file)61 KBAvh.on1 (Removing the back of the case of a Baofeng UV-82. If the retaining rings on the antenna connector and volume knob have been removed, it will lift and slide out easily.)1
22:52, 27 April 201610 bottom popped out.jpg (file)46 KBAvh.on1 (The clips holding the bottom of a Baofeng UV-82 case together, separated.)1
22:51, 27 April 20169 unpry bottom clips.jpg (file)47 KBAvh.on1 (Prying the bottom of the case of a Baofeng UV-82 apart with a small screwdriver.)1
22:51, 27 April 20168 remove volume retainer.jpg (file)58 KBAvh.on1 (Unscrewing the recessed retaining ring for the volume knob of a Baofeng UV-82.)1
22:50, 27 April 20167 remove antenna retainer.jpg (file)50 KBAvh.on1 (Unscrewing the recessed retaining ring for the antenna connector of a Baofeng UV-82.)1
22:49, 27 April 20166 remove volume knob.jpg (file)58 KBAvh.on1 (Lifting off the volume knob of a Baofeng UV-82.)1
22:48, 27 April 20165 unscrew antenna.jpg (file)59 KBAvh.on1 (Removing the antenna of a Baofeng UV-82.)1
22:48, 27 April 20164 remove battery.jpg (file)59 KBAvh.on1 (Removing the battery of a Baofeng UV-82.)1
22:48, 27 April 20163 unclip battery.jpg (file)46 KBAvh.on1 (Squeezing the clips to remove the battery of a Baofeng UV-82.)1
22:47, 27 April 20162 remove belt clip.jpg (file)45 KBAvh.on1 (Unscrewing the belt clip of a Baofeng UV-82.)1
22:46, 27 April 20161 whole radio.jpg (file)39 KBAvh.on1 (Baofeng UV-82 handheld transceiver, fully assembled.)1
14:27, 18 March 2016IMG 20160316 205019462.jpg (file)1.27 MBJessemcnaughton 1
13:25, 18 March 2016IMG 20160316 205013924.jpg (file)1.24 MBJessemcnaughton 1
13:24, 18 March 2016IMG 20160316 205005456.jpg (file)1.32 MBJessemcnaughton 1
13:21, 18 March 2016IMG 20160316 191012263.jpg (file)1.32 MBJessemcnaughton 1

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