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  • Events | [ Triangle Linux Users Group ]
    Meeting GDK on One Laptop Per Child Submitted by Anonymous not verified on 15 January 2007 12 34pm Please join us February 8 2007 at 7pm at Red Hat HQ map and directions for another great TriLUG meeting Greg Dekoenigberg Red Hat s Community Development Manager will be speaking on the One Laptop Per Child OLPC project OLPC is a laptop and accompanying software created expressly for the world s

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  • November 14 Meeting: Cryptography and GPG | [ Triangle Linux Users Group ]
    Engineering Building II Room 1021 Centennial Campus Parking The parking decks and Oval Drive street parking are free after 5pm Map Google Maps Video Hangout OnAir during the meeting YouTube Slides gpg presentation Abstract Cryptography has been in the news a lot lately We ll start with a quick overview of some of the major recent headlines specifically about the NSA s attempts to circumvent and break encryption and what experts are recommending to stay as secure as possible online This will be followed with a high level overview of cryptography We ll look at where it s been made easy to use and were it s not so easy Then we will dig into the details of using GPG from the command line to encrypt documents and to verify software packages Bio Sean Alexandre is a Senior Software Developer at SAS Institute where he s been working on different front end applications for the past 12 years Lately his interests have been on Linux and free software with a focus on distributed systems and defensive security Keysigning and Infrastructure Workshop There will be a Keysigning and Infrastructure Workshop on Saturday 16 Nov 2013 if you want to sign keys

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  • October 10 Meeting: Choosing a secondary DNS server, now with data! | [ Triangle Linux Users Group ]
    pizza from 6 45pm Where NC State Engineering Building II Room 1025 Centennial Campus Parking The parking decks and Oval Drive street parking are free after 5pm Map Google Maps Video YouTube Abstract Are you responsible for a DNS domain perhaps professionally or a vanity domain for your personal email Have you given much thought to the DNS resolvers for that domain Every domain requires at least one DNS server and everyone has probably heard that they should have a geographically disparate secondary server to hedge against catastrophic outages network building etc Assuming you don t have the luxury of a globally distributed set of datacenters where should your secondary DNS server be hosted This talk will present one man s quest to answer that question along with the data used to visualize and understand the available options There will also be a brief discussion of how that data was collected and open source code in Go http golang org to do it yourself Bio Aaron S Joyner is a Sr Systems Engineer in the Site Reliability Engineering SRE group at Google He has been working as a SysAdmin for more than 15 years at companies such as Global Knowledge Intrex net and MWG Biotech When living in Raleigh he was actively involved with the Triangle Linux Users Group serving on the steering committee as SysAdmin in 2004 2005 and giving talks on DNS for NC SA and TriLUG Since joining Google in 2005 he has helped to maintain their internal DNS infrastructure and been primarily responsible for designing implementing and supporting Google s serial console systems For the past 4 years he has been leading a team of SREs responsible for supporting production authentication and machine management systems Sponsor About Peak 10 Inc Peak 10 provides reliable tailored cloud

    Original URL path: http://www.trilug.org/2013-10-10/dns (2016-04-29)
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  • September 12 Meeting: Open Source: the Nanotechnology of the Cloud | [ Triangle Linux Users Group ]
    drupal hit counter View My Stats Syndicate September 12 Meeting Open Source the Nanotechnology of the Cloud Submitted by bfarrow on 8 August 2013 7 39pm Topic Open Source the Nanotechnology of the Cloud Presenter Michael Tiemann When Thursday 12th September 2013 7pm Where NC State Engineering Building III Room 2207 Centennial Campus Parking The parking decks and Oval Drive street parking are free after 5pm Map Google Maps Video

    Original URL path: http://www.trilug.org/2013-09-12/cloud (2016-04-29)
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  • August 8 Meeting: Patents and Linux in Context | [ Triangle Linux Users Group ]
    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 August 8 Meeting Patents and Linux in Context Submitted by bfarrow on 17 July 2013 9 55am Topic Patents and Linux in Context Presenter Keith Bergelt When Thursday 8th August 2013 7pm Where NC State Engineering Building II Room 1025 Centennial Campus Parking The parking decks and Oval Drive street parking are free after 5pm Map Google Maps Video YouTube Keith will talk about intellectual property as a reality that shapes the context for open source software particularly when overlaid against trends in technologies such as mobile and cloud computing provide the history of Open Invention Network and its licensee community and discuss Linux Defenders and other opportunities for community members to contribute proactively for the benefit of open source software Keith Bergelt is the chief executive officer of Open Invention Network OIN the collaborative enterprise that enables innovation in open source and an increasingly vibrant ecosystem around Linux In this capacity he is directly responsible for enabling influencing and defending the

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  • July 11 meeting: Lightning Talks | [ Triangle Linux Users Group ]
    June 2013 4 27pm Topic Lightning Talks Presenter TriLUG Community When Thursday 11th July 2013 7pm Where NEW LOCATION Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering NC State Engineering Building II Room 1021 Centennial Campus just across the street from Red Hat Parking The parking decks are free after 5pm and street parking on Oval Drive Map Google Maps Video YouTube RSVP EventBrite You don t actually need to bring a ticket to attend Getting one just helps us prepare for refreshments so nobody goes without pizza We ll be putting the July meeting in the hands of the TriLUG community by holding a series of Lightning Talks Lightning talks are short talks of about 5 15 minutes long that give the audience a taste of a topic rather than going into the great detail associated with formal presentations If you ve been working on a cool project lately or learned something cool about technology you are qualified to present something If you have an idea for a talk please pitch it on the TriLUG mailing list and the community will help you cultivate it into a presentation you can be proud of Prepend your subject line with LT to make

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    CAcert Training Jeffrey Frederick Format is a lecture slide show for about 45 60 minutes Then an open discussion maybe 25 30 minutes depending on the questions The last part is a group assurance Each person will assure other attendees as needed Maybe 30 45 minutes See http www cacert org for more info lunch Any time between CAcert and GPG Bring your own food order a pizza or make a run to Main Street 1 00 PM 2 00 PM GPG Keysigning Jack Hill GPG intro and keysigning party 2 00 PM 5 00 PM Freenet Evan Daniel Learn how to install and run a Freenet server note Freenet is not the same thing as Freenode If you plan to attend the CAcert Training please RSVP via Meetup at http www meetup com splatspace events 72595012 or send an email to steering trilug org Information Announcement Gathering Events Read more about August 11 Workshop CAcert Assurer Training GPG Keysigning Freenet August 9 meeting CACert GPG Freenet Submitted by porter on 2 July 2012 12 35pm Topic Triple Play CACert GPG Freenet Presenters Brian McCullough on CAcert Jack Hill on GPG Evan Daniel on Freenode When Thursday August 9 7pm Where Red Hat HQ NCSU Centennial Campus 1801 Varsity Dr Raleigh NC Map Google Maps Video 9Aug2012 TriLUG This TriLUG meeting is a Triple Play with three related topics presented together Brian McCullough will present CAcert Jack Hill will present GPG Evan Daniel will present Freenet CAcert The first topic is an introduction to CAcert org www cacert org CAcert is a community driven certificate authority CA that issues digital certificates to members free of charge CAcert uses the Web of Trust WoT model to validate identities to provide more functionality to members This presentation will introduce CAcert it s mission and it s services Freenet Freenet freenetproject org is a distributed peer to peer data storage network It enables users to store and retrieve documents and provides strong anonymity and censorship resistance Applications exist to use the network for file sharing publishing and viewing web pages social networking and mail The talk will cover the philosophy behind Freenet an overview of data storage routing and cryptography a programmer s perspective on using the network and installation and setup of the software GPG An introduction to openPGP rfc 4880 formatted keys and messages After the talk the audience should have the necessary understanding to participate in the global web of trust To this end we will cover how to manipulate keys using the GnuPG command line interface how to interpret portions of the web of trust to make real world decisions and an overview of what to expect in a keysigning I will also give motivating examples of why participating in the global web of trust is useful authenticating email and distributing software free from tampering Jack Hill is UNC CH student and web developer with interests in scientific and educational software and functional programming Sponsor none Read more about

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  • June 13 meeting: Open Learning in the Classroom and Online | [ Triangle Linux Users Group ]
    fortunate to have Cathy Davidson speaking June 13th at TriLUG Make sure you do not miss this rare opportunity Cathy Davidson is an extraordinary individual and a brilliant minded speaker who is a highly influential player in the world of open education in the universities She is the first educator to serve on the six person Board of Directors of the Mozilla Foundation She ll include in her talk discussion of her two current peer taught peer evaluated classes and her upcoming work to prepare for a Coursera MOOC entitled The History and Future of Higher Education Make sure your schedule allows for you to attend this special event Also spread the word to your fellow digerati and invite them to attend Please note that this meeting will be held at a new venue so there will be some shifts in the usual schedule NCSU does not permit food in its classrooms so we are going to begin the meeting with a reception networking over our usual pizza in the atrium of Engineering Building 2 At about 7 30 we ll move to 1021 to begin businesss community announcements and the presentation About CATHY N DAVIDSON Cathy Davidson teaches at Duke University where she co directs the Ph D Lab in Digital Knowledge and holds two distinguished chairs Ruth F DeVarney Professor of English and the John Hope Franklin Humanities Institute Professor of Interdisciplinary Studies She served as Duke s first Vice Provost for Interdisciplinary Studies and helped to create over seventy programs including the Program in Information Science Information Studies and the Center for Cognitive Neuroscience as well as the University Scholars Program in partnership with and supported by Melinda French Gates and Bill Gates She is a co founder of the global learning network HASTAC Humanities Arts Technology

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