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Every opinion given through FaultCat helps us make sense of information about repairs attempted at community repair events. We’re aiming for a target of 9000 opinions by the end of the month.
There’s a couple thousand more to do to hit that target…
So we’re having a FaultCat-a-thon and everyone’s invited
2020-01-29T20:00:00Z (duration: 90 mins)
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What’s this all about?
As part of the Right to Repair Europe Campaign, we’re aiming to bring citizen repair data to EU policymakers to influence future regulations. We expect there to be an opportunity to influence regulations of design for repairability for laptop computers in 2020, and we’re collaborating with ECOS and other organisations to submit evidence based on our data.
As part of this, we’re using FaultCat to help us figure out what some of the faults are that the community has seen in the computers that have been brought to community repair events. Find out more here.
How does it work?
The FaultCat party will be happening entirely online. We’ll start with a quick video/audio chat (optional) and then open a live text chat to help us all keep in touch.
FaultCat is fun, and it all works on consensus of opinion, so you don’t need to be an expert fixer to make a contribution.
And @Monique and I will be on hand to answer any questions, and chat about FaultCat and the repair data that the cat is looking at.
If you can make it along, please RSVP by completing the poll below. See you there!
Would you like to come along?
Duration: 90 mins
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- I can’t make it this time, but I’ll do some FaultCat in solidarity