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Latest revision as of 14:25, 10 October 2019

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The hackspace has a number of small, self-governing teams that maintain particular areas. All teams have a channel in the team slack where they work.

Questions for teams

If you have a question about something a team looks after they can be contacted on the team email or Slack channel (listed on their team page). Likewise if you are interested in joining a team, email them or use Slack. Please note, however, that Slack is not a way for you to ask for things to be done - it's purely for teams to organise between themselves.

Team trustees

All teams in the Hackspace are ultimately responsible to the Trustees who have delegated certain powers and responsibilities to the teams. Each team has a trustee contact the team can contact with any questions or concerns that they might have. All teams can email trustees@nottinghack.org.uk, but may find that emailing an individual trustee gets a faster response.


There are a range of Team Tools and Resources available for teams to work productively.

Active Teams

Note Note: Last updated - August 2019

Team Purpose Trustee contact
3D Printing To keep the 3D Printers running and functional, as well as offering inductions. Dan Spencer
Communications To look after our outward facing presence, such as our website, newsletter, twitter and facebook. Eddie Podgorski
Craft & Textiles To develop the craft & textiles facilities into an exciting, appealing area Mark Thompson
Electronics To keep the Electronics area of the space stocked with consumables & the tools well maintained. Samathy Barratt
Infrastructure To look after the Hackspace's infrastructure Dan Spencer
Laser To look after the Laser Cutter in the space, including inductions. Samathy Barratt
Membership To look after member admin duties, from running HMS and answering questions of new and prospective members, to conducting tours during Open Nights. Eddie Podgorski
Metalworking To look after the Hackspace's Metalworking Area. Ali
Network To look after the Hackspace's networking. Russell
Safety To identify safety risks and monitor existing issues. Mark Thompson
Resources and Snackspace To look after all the communal consumables in the space, from toilet roll to Stanley knife blades. Requests from members are accepted and encouraged. To look after the Hackspace's vending machine, drinks and snacks. Russell
Software To develop bespoke software for running the hackspace. From Gatekeeper to Snackspace and HMS, the hackspace wouldn't run without this level of automation. Russell
Tools To identify the need to purchase new and replacement small tools for the workshop, and to provide input to the consumables and craft teams concerning the need to buy spare parts. Dan Spencer
Woodworking To look after the Hackspace's dusty area and associated tools Ali

Occasional teams

See also

Methods Reoccurring tasksToDoCleaning the hackspaceWaste and Recycling InitiativeInfrastructure projectsProjects looking for collaboratorsEventsNewsletterHack the Space DaysHackspace tourMember's meetingsTrustees
Teams 3D PrintingCommsCraftElectronicsInfrastructureLaserMembershipMetalworkingNetworkResources and SnackspaceSafetySoftwareToolsWoodworking
Online toolsTrelloGoogle GroupSlack