Agenda 20210107

Meeting Announcement Thursday January 7, 2021 Venue Virtual - via Jitsi Meeting Agenda Discussions The first part of the meeting will be a getting started stream as we expect there are a number of people who really don’t know how to get started and as a result, can’t even formulate what they want to ask since they are not sufficiently familiar with the system to do so. In order to provide a jump start, we are going to take a few people who are “New to Linux” through picking a distro from a very small set (to keep solutions similar), get them to install it, and them get them comfortable with using it. [Read More]

Agenda 20201203

Meeting Announcement Thursday December 3, 2020 Venue Virtual - via Jitsi Meeting Agenda Discussions This month is the annual scripting talk/open discussion. We have at least three items lined up and are hoping for some scripting items from the general membership, so feel free to volunteer a pet script or a scripting question. Scripting is a pretty open topic, not just limited to shells, but any scripting language is fair game. [Read More]

Agenda 20201105

Meeting Announcement Thursday November 5, 2020 Venue Virtual - via Jitsi Meeting Agenda Discussions This month we have three short talks on the topic of e-voting. The first will be from John on e-voting systems thenselves. The second from Scott on experiences with a specific evoting system. The third will be from Tug on open vs. closed source e-voting systems. Discussion and questions welcome. As a reminder, we have scheduled a scripting talk for the December meeting for the past couple of years and we intend to continue the tradition, so if anyone is interested in doing a short ~5 minute talk on some scripting aspect, feel free to let the secretary know that you are interested so we can line them up. [Read More]

Agenda 20201001

Meeting Announcement Thursday October 1, 2020 Venue Virtual - via Jitsi Meeting Agenda Discussions This month we have a talk from Scott Murphy on firewalls. This will be a two part talk, the first being hardware for the purpose of acting as a firewall and the second will be on the linux firewall itself. This will not be a deep dive on firewalls, but rather a discussion on hardware options and a short usage case that highlights some of the fun in the current firewalld implementation which should be at least mildly entertaining. [Read More]