We're in the process of planning the last OSHUG meeting of 2013, which
is set to take place on Thursday 28th November at the offices of
Erlang Solutions (thanks, Omer!)
The theme that is developing is around
re-purposing/over-clocking/reverse-engineering of hardware. As ever,
there should ideally be an open source hardware aspect, e.g.
over-clocking of OSHW, or perhaps an open source OSHW design for use
with a over-clocked, modified or a reverse-engineered product.
Although, talks on the wider principles, techniques and approaches
etc. are welcome also.
I'd like to try and get details together within the next week if possible.