In April 2006, Redbrick will be 10 years old (since the network was first switched on). To celebrate and commemorate, we plan to organise both a cool event, and a deadly book, with all sorts of great information about Redbrick over the last 10 years (or any other ideas that people have to remember our time together). Why not join the mailing list if you are interested in discussing it?
Any suggestions or updates, please don't be afraid to put them up here! Come on! What would you like to see? What do you think should happen? How do you think we could do it? etc. etc. At the moment, we are working on (this is a rough list - please add to it! Ideas, or stuff you've written!):
You can also add comments and random suggestions in the Discussion Aera.
Redbrick has always been about computers & networks - but has mostly been about people :-) This should be a celebration for the entire Redbrick community - for the founders who made the society, the associates who grew it, the committees who help steer it through the years, the staff & sponsors who have been important to keep the society alive, the current members & users who make it what it is today. That's a lot of people, huh? With everyone on board and doing their best to fill in the "Redbrick history jigsaw", think how cool it's going to be!
Nothing below is set in stone. Please add away! (And don't get offended by an idea you don't like!)
Photos from Redbrick's 5th birthday - http://www.redbrick.dcu.ie/~p/gallery/rb_birthday/