[opensource] Re: Volunter for Potential Talks (Bill (William) Triest)

William Triest triest.1 at osu.edu
Mon Jan 23 12:27:30 EST 2006

There is nothing that stops this talk from occurring on a different day
or time.  If there is interest from people who can't be there at a
regularly scheduled meeting, I can see if we can work out a time. If
there's enough people that want it during an open source club meeting, I
can present the same material twice (its not much extra work for me, so
I'd be open to this).

After some though, maybe I should do the basic how to secure a linux box
talk during a meeting, and then have a followup meeting that talks more
about the encryption stuff at a different time (outside normal OSUOSS
meeting times).


On Sat, 2006-01-21 at 21:46 -0500, SEAN HOLSHU wrote:
> Hello to the list!
> This is my first posting and I'm enjoying what I see on the list so far. The range of topics is quite diverse and informative. Sadly, I'm not able to attend meetings due to schedule conflicts with working on campus. I was wondering if it would be possible to have someone record these sessions (possibly Bill's discussions on security) in an audio format, offering a sort of podcast for the group? If this isn't plausible, it's no problem;
> I'll just read what occurred and be happy with that!
> Bill (William) Triest said:
> >As for PPTP, I don't know much about it, but I'm >not really a vpn fan
> >(and when I need to resort to such things, I >usually just do port
> >forwarding over ssh as a poor man's VPN).
> Have you tried Hamachi? I've been using for about a month and it's worked great. I use SSH and RealVNC to view my home PC from work with no troubles at all. You can check it out at http://www.hamachi.cc
> (Note: No, not an employee of Hamachi or anything, I just believe in promoting a good product!).
> Thank you,
> Sean
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