Search by property

From HackerspaceWiki
Jump to: navigation, search

This page provides a simple browsing interface for finding entities described by a property and a named value. Other available search interfaces include the page property search, and the ask query builder.

Search by property

A list of all pages that have property "Membership fee" with value "Zero". Since there have been only a few results, also nearby values are displayed.

Showing below up to 26 results starting with #1.

View (previous 50 | next 50) (20 | 50 | 100 | 250 | 500)


    

List of results

  • Telford Makerspace  + (We have a "pay what you can" policy: Standard membership £10 suggested Key-holder membership £20 suggested)
  • SB Hackerspace  + (We have a four-tier membership system; $10
    We have a four-tier membership system; $100 a month for unlimited access, free 3D prints, rack space or a VM, and tool scheduling, one free class a month, ID card, and storage space. $35 a month for 9am - 9pm daily access, tool scheduling, discounted classes, storage space, a VM, ID card, and 3 free 3D prints. $10 a month for 9am - 9pm access, an ID card, and discounted classes. The final tier is free, it comes with access to the space during any regularly scheduled meeting, an ID card, and the warm fuzzy feeling that you're helping out the community.
    ing that you're helping out the community.)
  • FredHack  + (We have no fee and no plans of changing th
    We have no fee and no plans of changing that in the future. We operate with the tools and work provided by our members. Unless some generous benefactor comes along, we do not plan on obtaining a commercial space. If you are a generous benefactor with a warehouse, office, or other space to donate, please email above.
    other space to donate, please email above.)
  • WesternMass Hackerspace  + (We have tiered membership fees that range from zero to $50/month)
  • Hackerspace.sg  + (We offer various levels from $S 32.00 to $S512.00 monthly please go to http://hackerspace.sg/readme-txt/membership/ for details)
  • LAG  + (We try to cover our monthly costs by voluntary donations. With the thought that nobody should be refrained from access to the space based on their budget. Contributions, however small, are greatly appreciated.)
  • Lower Bucks Hackerspace  + (We're so new, we don't even have an organization yet. I've been talking with a few people about getting something started, and putting up this page is a step in that process.)
  • Hak-IT  + (We're still developing, getting costs and such. But we have a space and some project Idea's 1st official meeting coming soon)
  • Catalyst Space  + (Weekend Access - $35/month Weekday Access - $45/month 7 Days A Week - $75/month Price in US dollars, fill out form on website for membership.)
  • EHS  + (Well, I'm just starting that up myself. I'd prefer if that would only decided when we have at least 5 people together. So therefor: At the moment it's free.)
  • Leicester Hackspace  + (What the members feels it is worth, no prescriptive fee)
  • HACMan  + (What you want (average £25/month, minimum £10/month ))
  • Coredump  + (With regular income: CHF 30+/month. Without regular income: CHF 10+/month.)
  • Wausau Collaboration Center  + (Work in progress.)
  • Yet UnNamed HS  + (Working on it..)
  • SimCoLab  + (Working on rates now)
  • DoESLiverpool  + (Workshop membership: £30/month Permanent desk: £150/month Hot desking: £8/day)
  • Spread the Weird Studio  + (Workshops and Classes range from: - Single: Free, $20, $60 - 3-Day Workshops: $60, $120 - 24 Credit Hour Courses: $320 - 10-day Summer Camp: $400)
  • Uppsala Makerspace  + (Yearly cost: 200 SEK Full lab-access: 1000 SEK with yearly cost. Read more at: http://www.uppsalamakerspace.se/bli-medlem/)
  • Vigyan Ashram DIY Lab  + (Yearly membership charges are INR 500 but
    Yearly membership charges are INR 500 but space is open for non-members as well through different workshops and events. Charges for this workshop varies from INR 200 to 300 and it is also subsidized in some cases for participants who can't afford it economically.
    icipants who can't afford it economically.)
  • Hakkavélin(The Mincer)  + (Yearly membership fee of 10.000 kr ISK.)
  • Yutoribeya  + (Yen We have two monthly plan 1) 20,000 yen/month for usable all devices and one own desk and char. 2) 5,000 yen/month for usable all devices and shared desk and char.)
  • StavangerHackSpace  + (You are encouraged to buy a soda once a month to help pay for electricity.)
  • Hack Lab  + (You decide!)
  • Cloyne  + (You have to live in Cloyne and be a member of Berkeley Student Cooperative.)
  • WinonaHackers  + (You need to own your own equipment. That is all.)
Views
Personal tools