Notice the word need. The group really needs to start getting some work done. If you want to be involved in the hardware construction process this weekend, contact Michael or Mayank.
Once again if you do not know what to work on or how to get involved with this project, please just communicate with group, on the blog, through email, phone, etc. There was a previous post detailing things that group members can get involved with. I will not relist them all, but I will reiterate some of them.
Legality. This is a topic that could have a page of its own on our blog, and there are great amounts of information that is available discussing this, such as previous law suits, the EULA, the philosophy of hardware vs. software. Cyber Law is a very new arena, that does not have very well drawn boundaries and laws,which is why this project is in the “gray” area. In the end, the whole reason for discussing legality is that it relates back to the theme of hackers “going against the norm.” Sometimes this does involve breaking or ignoring laws, and this is definitely something to explore.
Building on the relation idea, we need to make sure this blog and project address the themes of our class. Mayank and I were thinking that Stephanie and maybe Chris could really focus and develop this aspect of the project. If we cannot connect our project to the class and its themes, then it will be worthless, so this is definitely an important aspect.
Ky, we really need posts about the progress or ideas of the software for the server access. We do not want to step on your toes with over management or specifications, we just wanna know what is going on, what ideas you have. This blog is supposed to be a document of our progress, sort of like a lab notebook documenting the process of the lab.
Please, this project is not a 2 man job. This project will be amazing if everyone contributes.