[opensource] Re: [colug-432] July COLUG Meeting Announcement

Richard Troth rmt at casita.net
Mon Jul 25 13:49:30 EDT 2011


I'm leaning toward "extreme filesystems", handy for virtualization,
unless anyone just gotta have IPv6.

-- Rick;   <><





On Mon, Jul 25, 2011 at 13:37, Scott Merrill <skippy at skippy.net> wrote:
> Followup-to: colugx at colug.net
>
> MEETING NOTICE
> ==============
> Central Ohio Linux Users Group
>
> Date: Wednesday, July 27, 2011 from 7 PM to 9 PM local
>
> Meeting Presentation
> ==============
> July is a presentation smorgasbord!
>
> Richard Troth will present something interesting -- either "extreme
> filesystem sharing" or a hands-on introduction to ipv6 on Linux.
>
> Brian Miller will share a bash script he wrote "to automate the
> decryption of an unknown number of files received over SFTP."
> Suggestions for improvement will be entertained, making this an
> interactive presentation.
>
> Seth Hall will give a quick introduction to the Bro Network Security
> Monitor (http://bro-ids.org/). "Bro is good for a lot more than just
> security concerns too," says Seth. "I think it should be good for a
> general tech-y audience that wants to know more about their network."
>
> Time permitting, we'll have a bit of "open mic", so others can share
> things of interest.
>
> The upcoming meeting is open to the general public, and all with an
> interest in Free Software, Open Source, Linux, BSD, Unix, and the like
> are invited.
>
> There are no dues or fees.
>
> MEETING SITE:
> =============
> The July 2011 meeting will be held at:
>  TechColumbus
>  1275 Kinnear Rd,
>  Columbus, OH 43212
>  http://pastoid.com/bxl+
>
> Check out the web site at: http://www.colug.net/
>
> Send administrative mail to: colugx at colug.net with any questions.
>
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