Knowledge sharing in the center of the hacker ethic is part of his motivation. And it is fruitful for the community: “I like going to the hackerspaces and offer workshops and conferences, shows Mitch. It attracts many people in hackerspaces who do might not have otherwise not heard . They see how it’s cool and can have fun. Many people become members, tell their friends and start their own in nearby cities. “Suddenly, he gave a lecture at the last CCC:” How to make great workshops. ” And other swarm.
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