Lever Burns [ ____-_ ] is a --no-camera&&--no-audio environment [we-txt--&--terminal]

for workshops / conversation sessions re:autonomous_practices for individuals and

collectives ][ art <--------------------------------------------------------------> cultural production ][

The walls of the pseudo over-optionalized environments always seem to be closing in -

-- who are they for by default? `` what an impressive css `` ][ but where do we go from here?

   / our defaults don't align; they are jamming my waters _ /

  / i'm off && make my own [introverted sass[] /

We have this place to figure out together what we need --to-for-by-with on our own terms.

        ````only open 
              when i run 
         .py ______________

][[[[[[ self-hosting and tweaking the open-source applications ][[[[[[ making our own

tools/scripts ]]][][[[ taking care of our infrastructures ][[[[[[[[[[[[[[[[[[[]]]]]]]]]]]][[[[[[[[

       -- because _ care         -- because _ fun            -- because _ NO.             
       -- blood's boiling waters [lever burns.        

$ 2 constant elements of the session space are the terminal and a pad. We run the

commands and scripts in the terminal ++ the participants follow along on their own

machine/laptop terminals and communicate struggles/bugs/joys/success reports on a

session pad. We learn, debug and troubleshoot together $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$

$ terminal ]] not a simulation 

      -- with a direct 
             access to my web server. 

the server is in my closet at my place 

: : so, where are you when you join?
$ of an Etherpad instance i'm sefl-hosting 

on my server in the same closet 


:// each session has a dedicated url -- once an invitation lands in your inbox, please

contact me to receive a link to a session ://////////////////////////////////////////////////

A session documentation is available in several forms::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::

__ A manual on my Mediawiki instance [tbd]

__ A session pad

__ A terminal session .log file [best viewed in a terminal w/a cat command]



Setting up a webserver on a Raspberry Pi [RPi] and/or a spare laptop


Self-hosting an Etherpad instance on your webserver


Hotspot setup on a Raspberry Pi [RPi] // at XPUB grad show