Lauren Brumfield

DomainsConf

OKC

Hello from Oklahoma City! I flew in from Virginia this morning and am loving the vibe here so far. I came to check out the event location and surrounding area for the Domains17 conference in June. We felt it was important to get a sense ahead of time of what it was like to stay in the hotel, tour the venue, experience the transportation & walking around, the potential nightlife scenes, etc. to make sure it will fit the vision we’re going for. I believe the sign of a successful  ...

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CoWork

An Office Update

Though I’m currently living about two hours from Fredericksburg, I’ve been making the trip up here every couple weeks or so– can’t stay away! I’m so amazed with how quickly the office space is already transforming. Demolition started yesterday, and already we have three walls knocked down and most of the ceiling tiles removed. Jim, Tim, and I are having weekly meetings to discuss new changes and ideas for the space: including but not limited to a 1950’s  ...

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CoWork

Fburg Office Space: Before

So you may have heard rumors that Reclaim Hosting has found an office space. It’s true, people! You can read a little more about the space here. We’re about to break ground on some serious renovations that will completely overhaul the look and function of the space, so I thought it would be neat to document the “before” phase. There are two (two and a half?) large sections that will make up the new home base for Reclaim Hosting. The first section is shown in the  ...

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Artwork, Reclaim Merch

Community Artwork

Over the last year or so Reclaim Hosting has been working with Bryan Mathers to help us rebrand as an independent record label. I’ve already shown my love to Bryan’s work in other ways, but today I wanted to take a minute to showcase some of the really incredible work that Bryan has done for Community. In the last few months, we’ve slowly switched over from a Github external documentation site (previously at docs.reclaimhosting.com) to a Discourse Community forum page. Not  ...

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