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Congratulations to Oliver Downard who is our new secretary, replacing Michael Mokrysz! He was voted in with 6 votes, 3 abstentions and 1 vote for re-open nominations!
The committee is dead, long live the committee!
Theme: Hold The Line
Same bat-committee, same bat-society.
The AGM will be held on Friday the 7th of February, at 19:30, in G/001.
In one of the oldest and noblest traditions of HackSoc, we descend upon a room, play many boardgames, and eat much cake. Both boardgames and cake are brought along by members, so if you do enjoy the events, please consider bringing something along.
An unprecedented case of joviality and camaraderie has struck HackSoc, and we have responded with a weekly social over in the Glasshouse on Hes East. Come for lunch, a chat, and maybe a small game or two.
It's reasonably safe to say we are a society with technology, and what's technology good for other than programming? Gaming! We'll hook up some consoles to projectors and fritter the night away.
Another tradition with a long and glorious history, the humble HackPub, in which we visit one of York's many fine pubs and converse late into the night about high culture, politics, and how old jet engines work over a pint (of something non-alcoholic, if you so desire).
A new addition to our roster, gathering in a computer lab together to work on projects either individually or together, and ordering pizza. Being alone together can be a lot more fun than being alone by yourself.
Sometimes two films complement each other so perfectly that it becomes inconcievable to watch one without also watching the other. Or sometimes two films fall naturally into a coherent theme. We gather to appreciate such pairings a few times a term.
There are many great papers in computer science, and as it's such a young field most of them are easily accessible! Join us in reading and discussing some of these classics once every fortnight.
In which we sit in a room en masse and listen to someone who thinks they know what they're talking about. Usually we have industrial or academic speakers, but we occasionally have student talks too.