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  • May 2006 Meeting | [ Triangle Linux Users Group ]
    com 7526239 0 d1dafb16 0 alt drupal hit counter View My Stats Syndicate May 2006 Meeting Submitted by Anonymous not verified on 10 April 2006 3 12pm The May TriLUG meeting will be held Thursday May 11 2006 at Red Hat Headquarters map and directions at 7pm Tanner Lovelace et al will be discussing Certificate security using the CACert Org Certificate Authority We re planning on having enough CACert assurers

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  • TriLUG Now Using Drupal | [ Triangle Linux Users Group ]
    and Policies Speaking at TriLUG Who s online There are currently 0 users online Gold Sponsor Hosting Sponsor Hosting for TriLUG s infrastructure is provided by DASH Systems Mailing Address TriLUG P O Box 37874 Raleigh NC 27627 Stats target blank src http c statcounter com 7526239 0 d1dafb16 0 alt drupal hit counter View My Stats Syndicate TriLUG Now Using Drupal Submitted by admin on 8 December 2005 3

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  • User account | [ Triangle Linux Users Group ]
    IRC Welcome TriLUG FAQ Member Services FAQ Articles of Incorporation By Laws and Policies Speaking at TriLUG Who s online There are currently 0 users online Gold Sponsor Hosting Sponsor Hosting for TriLUG s infrastructure is provided by DASH Systems Mailing Address TriLUG P O Box 37874 Raleigh NC 27627 Stats target blank src http c statcounter com 7526239 0 d1dafb16 0 alt drupal hit counter View My Stats Syndicate

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    org the maintainer of yum fedora wiki entry will give a talk Yum is a package management tool for rpm based systems It supports multiple architectures multiple repositories and multiple interfaces Yum is widely used with Fedora Core Centos Yellowdog and other linux distributions In the last year and a half Yum has gradually evolved a much more programmable library interface which has promoted a myriad of interfaces and tools as well as a plugin interface to allow users to easily add functionality to yum without modifying the source of the yum program which has afforded more flexibility for systems administrators and end users in upgrading their systems Gathering Meetings Read more about November 2006 Meeting Seth Vidal on yum October 2006 Meeting Linux and Nanocomputers Submitted by Anonymous not verified on 4 October 2006 11 49am The October meeting of the Triangle Linux Users Group TriLUG will be held Thursday October 12 at 7 00 PM at Red Hat HQ map and directions Pizza and soft drinks will be provided as usual James R Williams Zavada will present Using Linux on Nanocomputers Pizza and refreshments at this meeting sponsored by Manpower Professional Applications of Linux and Nanocomputers The recent introduction of nanocomputers book sized x86 boxes can combined with Linux in creative combinations opens the possibility for innovative custom computing solutions James will describe how he used both to create a space saving low power custom server for his home network those old low powered machines to use The talk will include details on where he acquired x86 nanocomputer equipment and how he rolled his own custom Linux mini distro The presentation will give some ideas about the uses of Linux on nanocomputers outline the skills needed to create a custom Linux distro for use on nanocomputers and describe

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    shirts ready for the August 10th anniversary meeting Participation is open to everyone but to vote you ll need to be a TriLUG member so pickup your membership form at the next meeting Information Announcement Gathering Events Read more about TriLUG 10th Anniversary T Shirt Contest April 10 Meeting 5 big ideas of ibiblio 3 laws of ibiblio Submitted by Anonymous not verified on 27 March 2008 12 43pm For the past 15 years ibiblio has remained one of the major brands in the Open Source ecosystem providing services to over 3 000 projects in Open Source and Open Information A center for collaboration innovation and service ibiblio as sunsite unc edu and later as metalab unc edu pioneered website hosting Internet radio network distributed Linux distributions and other ground breaking activities Paul Jones founder and director of ibiblio org will talk about how the Big Ideas are put into practice and how they have played out in such specific projects as Project Gutenberg Groklaw Degree Confluence eTree org The Linux Documentation Project Roger McGuinn s Folk Den and other ibiblio hosted and supported projects Please join us for our next meeting on April 10 2008 at 7pm at Red Hat 1801 Varsity Dr Raleigh Directions are available at http www redhat com about contact ww americas raleigh html Information Announcement Gathering Meetings Read more about April 10 Meeting 5 big ideas of ibiblio 3 laws of ibiblio March 13 Meeting Mark Spencer of Digium From Project to Product Submitted by Anonymous not verified on 6 March 2008 9 07am The next meeting of the Triangle Linux Users Group will be at 7pm on Thursday March 13 2008 at Red Hat directions and location information Our speaker will be Mark Spencer of Digium giving a talk entitled From Project to

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    haul them to RRM Thanks Information Announcement Read more about 2007 Annual Food Drive at the December Social TriLUG December Social sponsored by Google Submitted by Anonymous not verified on 11 November 2007 8 24pm The Triangle Linux Users Group will be holding it s annual December Social on December 13 from 7 10pm at the DoubleTree RTP at 2515 Meridian Parkway Durham North Carolina This special meeting is sponsored by Google Please RSVP by December 7 at http www trilug org wiki TriLUG December Social 2007 if you plan to attend The December Social is a break from the regular TriLUG schedule of technical presentations and is purely a social and networking event meant to bring interested people from different areas of the Triangle tech business scenes together This will also be the site and time for our annual food drive see http trilug org 2007fooddrive for more info We are inviting several area user groups computer science departments and anyone with an interest in Linux Open Source Software and related subjects If you are a developer sysadmin tech entrepreneur tech blogger journalist open source hacker or like hanging out with these types of people you are invited If you re not a techie but interested in networking you re still invited Pizza and various beverages will be available ID required to partake of alcohol You can bring a laptop for an impromptu LAN party You can play bzflag with the Triangle s best You can live blog the event twitter or whatever your heart desires Please add your name to the wiki page at http www trilug org wiki TriLUG December Social 2007 if you plan to attend as this will help us ensure that we have sufficient food beverages and Google schwag for everyone See you there Information Announcement Gathering Events Read more about TriLUG December Social sponsored by Google November 2007 meeting audio available Submitted by cmpalmer on 9 November 2007 3 00pm Thanks again to Pat Patterson and Sun Microsystems for this month s great meeting The meeting was well attended and the presentation timely and interesting Have a listen to the audio in ogg vorbis format 85MB or get the lower quality meeting audio in mp3 format 70MB Nov 2007 TriLUG meeting by http trilug org is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution Noncommercial Share Alike 3 0 United States License Information Announcement Gathering Podcasts Read more about November 2007 meeting audio available TriLUG Meeting November 8 2007 Digital Identity from LDAP to SAML and beyond Submitted by Anonymous not verified on 23 October 2007 6 32pm The November 2007 meeting of the Triangle Linux Users Group sponsored by Sun Microsystems will be held Thursday November 8 2007 at Red Hat Directions can be found here Pat Patterson from Sun Microsystems will provide us with a developer perspective on digital identity starting from the emergence of LDAP in the 90s through single sign on SAML and the Liberty Alliance protocols to recent developments such

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    UNC to study film and video production in the department of Communication Studies He is currently working for iBiblio on their video speaker and other projects Information Announcement Gathering Meetings Read more about September 13 2007 TriLUG Meeting Linux Video Editing w Joey Carr TriLUG ontopic mailing list Submitted by Anonymous not verified on 18 August 2007 10 51pm The mailing list TriLUG ontopic has been created for technical discussion related to Linux and Open Source This is list is open to any who wish to subscribe Go to http www trilug org cgi bin mailman listinfo trilug ontopic TriLUG ontopic is an unmoderated list so moderation is left as an exercise for list subscribers If a situation arises where a subscriber is violating the spirit and theme of the list but not heeding moderation from others on the list subscribers may contact the Steering Committee for further review and action Enjoy and happy posting Information Announcement Read more about TriLUG ontopic mailing list August 15 2007 at 18 00 TriLUG Chapel Hill Meeting Linux Video Editing w Joey Carr Submitted by Anonymous not verified on 31 July 2007 1 25pm The first TriLUG monthly Chapel Hill meeting will take place at 18 00 until 20 00 on Wednesday August 15 2007 in room 208 at Manning Hall on UNC Campus The talk is on Linux video editing given by Joey Carr The talk will introduce the capabilities of several of the most basic tools in linux video production kino dvgrab cinelerra ffmpeg and mencoder Other tools and multimedia focused linux distributions will be discussed A basic production workflow will be demonstrated for video capture via IEEE 1394 i e Firewire and editing in Kino Finally options for DVD authoring will be covered in brief Joey previously worked as a Java developer and later as a business analyst for a medical informatics application service provider He recently returned to UNC to study film and video production in the department of Communication Studies He is currently working for iBiblio on their video speaker and other projects Gathering Meetings Read more about August 15 2007 at 18 00 TriLUG Chapel Hill Meeting Linux Video Editing w Joey Carr August 9 2007 TriLUG Meeting Fedora 7 lead by Max Spevack Greg Darlene Dekoenigsberg and Key Signing Party w Paul Boyle Submitted by Anonymous not verified on 13 July 2007 11 55am The August 2007 meeting of the Triangle Linux Users Group Sponsored by Red Hat Inc will be held at 7pm August 9 at Red Hat on the Centennial Campus of North Carolina State University directions Our speakers will be Max Spevack and Greg DeKoenigsberg of the Fedora Project and Red Hat Inc There will be a special announcement for TriLUG members at the beginning of this meeting The talk is on Fedora 7 from the perspective of a free software contributor 1 How packages get into Fedora Who owns them how they are built etc 2 The compose tools that actually create

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    its aspects into high and sometimes critical relief People are having to learn to perform common tasks in new ways and frequently their only teachers are themselves Ken Coar is a member and Vice President of the Apache Software Foundation a director and VP of the Open Software Initiative and a Senior Software Engineer with IBM He has over two decades of experience with network software and applications system administration system programming process analysis technical support and computer security Ken knows more than a dozen programming languages but mostly writes in Perl PHP and C He has worked with the World Wide Web since 1992 been involved with Apache since 1996 has been a member of the Association for Computing Machinery and is one of the authors of the CGI 1 1 RFC RFC 3875 He is the author of Apache Server for Dummies and co author of Apache Server Unleashed and Apache Cookbook He somewhat spastically maintains a Web log The Rodent s Burrow at http Ken Coar Org burrow Ken currently lives in North Carolina USA with a variable number of cats several computers many many books and films strange chemical experiments and has varieties of furry woodland and feathered creatures frolicking at his second story door He is deliriously happily married and his significantly better half who has blessed his existence for more than two decades is to blame for it She is also responsible for most of Ken s successes and certainly for what remains of his sanity Information Announcement Gathering Meetings Read more about July 12 2007 TriLUG Meeting Ken Coar on Communication in Distributed Open Source Development Sponsored by Hosted Solutions Video of June TriLUG meeting via ibiblio org Submitted by cmpalmer on 26 June 2007 6 26pm Video of the June TriLUG meeting via ibiblio org is now available The meeting featured Sapna Kumar speaking about GPLv3 Thanks to ibiblio org and COSI for making this video possible Information Announcement Read more about Video of June TriLUG meeting via ibiblio org June 2007 TriLUG Meeting GPLv3 Submitted by Anonymous not verified on 3 June 2007 5 45pm The June 2007 meeting of the Triangle Linux Users Group will be held at 7pm June 14 at Red Hat on the Centennial Campus of North Carolina State University directions Our speaker will be Sapna Kumar Faculty Fellow at Duke University Law School and the topic will be the GNU General Public License version 3 Sapna will discuss changes in GPL v 3 and what they mean for hackers She ll discuss the infighting that has been going on inside the open source community and how v 3 deals with the growing threat of software patents Sapna Kumar is a faculty fellow at Duke University Law School Her areas of interest include open source software patent reform in biotechnology and federal agency law Prior to coming to Duke she was in private practice focusing on patent litigation and software licensing This meeting is sponsored by Resolvit

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