BarCamp Geelong – sharing technology skills

July 9, 2011


BarCamp is an open, participatory, not for profit event run for technically minded people. BarCamps are unconferences – gatherings of people who come together to share information, knowledge and experience in a friendly, laid back environment.

Glenn Todd from Bindarri will be participating and happy to show you anything that runs the bindarri tech or other WordPress stuff, so come along and say hello.

Bindarri launches the Garden project – Growing networks for good – Collaborative Tech for NGO’s


In association with Doing Something Good, we will be working to build the online communications systems with members, volunteers and other skilled professionals. Building knowledge and skills into these organisations, their members and supporters.

We have two areas of focus. The first is to implement the tech and the second to train people how to use it. The platforms we like are: Drupal, Open Atrium, WordPress, BuddyPress, WPMU, CiviCRM

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Position Available – Environmental Arts Workshop Co-ordinator


Reverse Garbage is currently seeking an experienced, creative and well organised Workshop Co-ordinator to implement and deliver Reverse Garbage’s Eco-arts workshop program. This is a permanent part time position 4 days/wk .

Reverse Garbage is a non-profit re-use centre located in Woolloongabba, Brisbane. We collect high quality industrial discards from a wide range of industries around Brisbane, diverting them from landfill to make them available at low cost to the community through our warehouse at 20 Burke Street. More info

Random Hacks of Kindness Melbourne

June 4, 2011 to June 5, 2011

You’ve got the skills, and they pay the bills. But, wouldn’t it be great to put those skills to work on the side to solve some of the really big problems?

join other experts in design and development and volunteers with a broad set of skills in software development and design. The goal is to produce practical open source solutions to development problems.

If you’ve been to a hack event before, you’ll know what it’s all about, and if it’s your first time, don’t worry, we’ll take great care of you – all you need to do is show up with your skills, and enthusiasm, ready to make the world a little better place.

Registration Deadline: Thursday, June 2, 2011 | More Information

Call out for skilled Social media people to train climate campaigners

April 10, 2011 2:00 pm

Glenn from Bindarri is running a skills workshop: “Getting the most out of Facebook, Twitter and Blogging”, Room 217, this Sunday 2PM at climatesummit.org.au in Melbourne.

I would like to get a number of skilled SM’ers to come along so we can work in smaller groups on participents specific projects. Please let me know if you can come and help the climate campaigners. Email me using the contact form