Seneca Freedom ToasterThe Seneca Freedom Toaster is a kiosk we built that will let students, staff and visitors to Seneca College burn a CD or DVD with open source software free of charge.
It is currently located at the Seneca@York campus, at the entrance to the library and computing commons in the SEQ building.
We hope the selection of software available is the best and most useful of open source for Seneca students (e.g. OpenSuSE, Ubuntu, The Open CD).
|Name||Role / Department||Contribution|
|Hassan Assiri||Manager / Academic Computer Systems||Donated the PC, helped purchase the touchscreen and the burner|
|Tom Bartsiokas||Marketing and Communications||Wrote an article about the toaster, published in the school paper|
|Kubilay Dagdelen||CNS Student / Computer Studies||Helped with the painting|
|David Humphrey||Professor / Computer Studies||Promotion|
|Vienna Ly||Graphic Designer||Designed the artwork|
|Tiago Moreira||BSD Student / Computer Studies||Lots of work on all the hardware matters|
|Dominic Noronha||Manager / Budgets & Financial Planning||Technical advice that set us onto the right track more than once|
|Kevin Pitts||eLearning Faculty Advisor||Found a student (working part-time for him) to design the artwork.|
|John Selmys||Professor, Linux Club coordinator / Computer Studies||Every part of the project from start to finish|
|Andrew Smith||BSD Student / Computer Studies||Project coordinator, software, website, a bit of everything|
|Chris Tyler||Professor / Computer Studies||Technical advice that set us onto the right track more than once|
|Evan Weaver||Chair / Computer Studies||Donated the cabinet.|
|The cdot project||Centre for Development of Open Technology / Seneca College||Subversion repository and space on the web server|
|The ibox committee||Idea Box / Seneca College||Most funding for the toaster|