TCA actively supports and promotes the use of Free and Open Source Software (FOSS) - software that can be used, studied and modified without restriction
To make these acts possible, the human readable form of the program (called the source code) must be made available.
The source code can be placed in the public domain, accompanied by a software license saying that the copyright holder permits these acts (a free software licence).
Working with key partners across Bristol we aim to help organisations and businesses harness the value of FOSS.
One of the biggest social and economic barriers affecting people's ability to alter their economic state is a lack of ICT knowledge and skills.
The aim of code.3ca is to develop alternative solutions to licensed packages, in order to help communities overcome these barriers.
In order to achieve this aim, we provide software development and hosting as well as training and support.
Trinity is looking for volunteers to get involved with our ongoing Linux, web and multimedia projects - click here for more info
We would particularly welcome self-motivated volunteers looking to gain experience in any of the following areas:
- Community IT support, particularly with young people
- Free multimedia software packages - ie Ardour, Rosegarden, Cinelerra, Gimp, Blender
- Hardware/software network maintenance
- Python/Plone coding
- Debian Package management
- Web design
- Search Engine Optimization
Working alongside tutors, students and other centre users' we are looking for volunteers with an enthusiasm for free and open source multimedia.
Trinity Community Arts is committed to being an inclusive organisation and working with people of all ages and ability.
Trinity tries to provide some training to all volunteers, and will cover some expenses.
For more information, please contact email@example.com
The Trinity Community Archive
The Trinity Archive contains images, information and stories about the Trinity Centre and the local Bristol Area, and provides a repository for publishing contemporary artists' work
The conscience of a hacker
"There is a double spooking the world, the double of abstraction. The fortunes of states and armies, companies and communities depend on it. All contending classes - the landlords and farmers, the workers and capitalists - revere yet fear the relentless abstraction of the world on which their fortunes yet depend. All the classes but one. The hacker class." McKenzie Wark
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