The Oxford Hackspace is quite active at the moment, but we're in the middle of reorganising our internet presence. Please bear with us.
The best place to learn about Oxford Hackspace is on our wiki here.
Pointers to our essential resources:
Join the list, introduce yourselves, come and talk about your interests and what projects you'd like to work on. (If it seems a bit admin-heavy at the moment don't be put off, we've just been very busy setting up recently. We really want to talk about projects and interesting things.)
This is a Google Group so you can use it like a web forum, or like a mailing list, as you prefer. You can subscribe on the web page with a Google account. Or, you can subscribe from any email address by sending mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The wiki is the best starting point for more information.
The wiki is regularly updated, with information about our events, meetings and projects.
We are on #oxford-hack-space on Freenode.
The channel is quite active, and seems to be where the most interesting tech discussions are happening at the moment :) We'll try to get a log online soon.
The Google+ group isn't used by everyone in the hackspace, but it's a great place to post pictures and videos and show off a project.
If you are going to link to us, either link to this page, http://oxhack.org/, or to the mailing list.
If you have found the wiki and mailing list at oxfordhackspace.org.uk, please don't use them. That list is retired (it's also broken), and that wiki will now direct you to the new one.
If you were on the old mailing list, you should have received an invitation to join the new one.
Hope to see you or hear from you soon!