Clarkston project

Brian Pitts brian at
Thu May 1 01:41:46 BST 2008

Aunty Proton wrote:
> Actually this sounds like it would be a perfect case for a Free Geek 
> style project, if they need machines as well.  I've been hoping someone 
> would start a Free Geek group in Atlanta. 

The Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Atlanta recently started the 
group Computers for the Community. If you'd like to be involved with it, 
contact Daniel Howard at dhhoward at and he can add you to 
their mailing list. I'm pasting the announcement for their next activity 
below. In addition to this, they're also planning an installfest to set 
up donated PCs there for needy family members of students at Garden 
Hills school.


>I'm looking for volunteers for this saturday morning and next to set up donated and new PCs in the Atlanta Community Design Center in Little Five Points.  I'll be there this saturday at 9 am and also next saturday 9 am to setup hardware, software and training (next saturday mostly).  Here's info on the Center:
> Community Design Center of Atlanta
> 1083 Austin Ave
> Atlanta, GA  30307
> Phone: (404) 523-6966
> Fax: (404) 523-0741 , Web Site: Access Atlanta
> The Community Design Center of Atlanta (CDCA) provides technical assistance to low income neighborhoods and nonprofit community development corporations in community organization and development, neighborhood planning, architectural design and cost estimation, grant writing, real estate finance, and development approvals. In addition, the CDCA conducts policy research on issues affecting low income communities. 

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