Patrick McEvoy | 20 Jul 01:22 2014
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[talk] Brian's talk on 8/6

Hello Folks,
Would anyone be interested in streaming the talk on 8/6? I will not be
able to make it. It promises to be interesting.
P
George Rosamond | 17 Jul 05:07 2014

[talk] joke of the day... July 13th

do a whois on libressh.org

g
George Rosamond | 17 Jul 03:28 2014

[talk] USB wireless: a quick note

I have to use wireless USB on a certain laptop due to the idiotic BIOS
whitelist.

Quick note about drivers on OpenBSD.

I have found most are using urtwn(4) which is on the flakey side,
including that one a bunch of us bought from Maker Faire last year.

But I bought a few at Microcenter, and one happened to use run(4) with
RT5390.  So far, so good... but happy to have a Ralink chipset.  The
label is "Tenda" with the model W311MI.

g
Marco Scoffier | 16 Jul 17:04 2014

[talk] pfsense traffic shaping

Has anyone set up a pfsense router or bridge for traffic shaping for 
testing different network environments ? Simulate slower connections, 
noisy connections, dropped packets etc.

Any tips ? Preferred setups ?

Marco
Brian Coca | 11 Jul 21:08 2014
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[talk] libressl portable 1st release

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<div>JIC someone missed this:</div>
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<a href="http://marc.info/?l=openbsd-tech&amp;m=140510291304119&amp;w=2">http://marc.info/?l=openbsd-tech&amp;m=140510291304119&amp;w=2</a>
</div></div>
Steve | 11 Jul 19:00 2014

[talk] HOPE...

Suggestion: I imagine whoever is going should contact the speakers at a/the non-script-kiddie event(s) and ask for permission to stand up and announce that the group exists (like a one minute shout-out about the group and the upcoming ports talk...)

The events that stand out as being somewhat non-script-kiddie are (<shameless-plug>now let's check the conference schedule on  the open source events calendar at osfda.org...</shameless-plug>):

Friday:
    Are You Ready to SIP the Kool-Aid?
    Crypto for Makers
    How to Prevent Security Afterthought Syndrome

Saturday:
    Threat Modeling

Sunday:
    Bootkits
    Stupid Whitehat Tricks

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    Suggestion: I imagine whoever is going should contact the speakers
    at a/the non-script-kiddie event(s) and ask for permission to stand
    up and announce that the group exists (like a one minute shout-out
    about the group and the upcoming ports talk...)<br><br>
    The events that stand out as being somewhat
    non-script-kiddie are (&lt;shameless-plug&gt;now let's check the
    conference schedule on&nbsp; the open source events calendar at
    osfda.org...&lt;/shameless-plug&gt;):<br><br>
    Friday:<br>
    &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; Are You Ready to SIP the Kool-Aid?<br>
    &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; Crypto for Makers<br>
    &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; How to Prevent Security Afterthought Syndrome<br><br>
    Saturday:<br>
    &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; Threat Modeling<br><br>
    Sunday:<br>
    &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; Bootkits<br>
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George Rosamond | 11 Jul 17:24 2014

[talk] HOPE

For those going to HOPE next week, we should have a flier for Brian's
August 6 meeting.

There are a layer of people there who *are* our audience... and would be
interested.

And I think the OpenBSD porting meeting is particularly relevant.

Thoughts?

g
Brian Callahan | 9 Jul 03:19 2014
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[talk] August meeting: still open workshop slots

Hi everyone --

There are still open slots for the August talk for people who want the 
hands-on experience of making your first OpenBSD port. Email me or 
admin <at> lists.nycbug.org and let me know you want to take part.

This is a no-risk workshop. There will even be an OpenBSD virtualbox 
image available so you don't even have to install OpenBSD on your 
machine (though I certainly won't complain if you do!).

It'll be fun! Sign up today. :)

~Brian
George Rosamond | 3 Jul 16:16 2014

[talk] timekeeping meeting

Despite the heavy storm, we had a very interesting meeting from Steve K.

I know *someone* grabbed the audio.. that should go up soon, as should
the slides.

Steve mentioned that he would do a followup PTP meeting at some point in
the future.  Personally, I'd love to see this happen in the fall if
there's interest.

g
Steve | 3 Jul 08:15 2014

[talk] Open Source Events Calendar...

Hey guys-

I was the new attendee to the BSD user group. So here's the calendar I was showing you guys:
http://osfda.org/calendar
You hover over items to get their details (on touch devices and cellphones, click on them...) We cover user groups, meetups, conferences, trade shows, lectures, etc. The only events we might omit are beginner/learn-to-code groups (since as professionals, it's presumed you're past that stage...)

Shoot me an Email if you encounter any usability issues.

If you are in the finance space and are interested in finding out what the OSFDA is about, read our FAQ.and I can address their questions at another meetup (or maybe they would like to check out the cryptocurrencies meetup, "BitDevs"; but while many BitDevers filled the ranks of the OSFDA, the OSFDA is not comprised solely of BitDevers...) As the main page says, it is in its formative stages; but it might be of interest for some of you to participate if you think it's a generally good idea and would like to have a hand in shaping its mission and methods (voting Board slots are still open to anyone passing a basic vetting; once the Board is filled at twenty four members, they would have to go on a standby list...) I am one of two people who founded it and came up with the idea for it, but as the FAQ says: after it is set in motion, a parliamentary majority will determine the organization's decisions and direction. We have been encouraging bright people to join, so we are hopeful that such a decision making body made up of intelligent people will fare well.

And for those of you who are not in finance, you can still benefit from the calendar since it's free as in beer. The OSFDA is not a money-making venture; it's mission is primarily to improve the career options of its members. Because of that, things like the calendar (and soon the forum, which will have some unique functionality...) has no ads, no registration, and no logins (the hosting is to be covered by annual dues of $25...)

See you next month (unless I'm dealing with an OSFDA formation issue, or on a deadline with my SourceForge project -it has to do with Bitcoins and security...)

<div>
    Hey guys-<br><br>
    I was the new attendee to the BSD user group. So here's the calendar
    I was showing you guys:<br><blockquote>
<a moz-do-not-send="true" href="http://osfda.org/calendar">http://osfda.org/calendar</a><br>
</blockquote>
    You hover over items to get their details (on touch devices and
    cellphones, click on them...) We cover user groups, meetups,
    conferences, trade shows, lectures, etc. The only events we might
    omit are beginner/learn-to-code groups (since as professionals, it's
    presumed you're past that stage...)<br><br>
    Shoot me an Email if you encounter any usability issues.<br><br>
    If you are in the finance space and are interested in finding out
    what the OSFDA is about, read our <a moz-do-not-send="true" href="http://osfda.org/faq">FAQ</a>.and I can address their
    questions at another meetup (or maybe they would like to check out
    the cryptocurrencies meetup, "<a moz-do-not-send="true" href="http://www.meetup.com/BitDevsNYC">BitDevs</a>";

    but while many BitDevers filled the ranks of the OSFDA, the OSFDA is
    not comprised solely of BitDevers...) As the main page says, it is
    in its formative stages; but it might be of interest for some of you
    to participate if you think it's a generally good idea and would
    like to have a hand in shaping its mission and methods (voting Board
    slots are still open to anyone passing a basic vetting; once the
    Board is filled at twenty four members, they would have to go on a
    standby list...) I am one of two people who founded it and came up
    with the idea for it, but as the FAQ says: after it is set in
    motion, a parliamentary majority will determine the organization's
    decisions and direction. We have been encouraging bright people to
    join, so we are hopeful that such a decision making body made up of
    intelligent people will fare well.<br><br>
    And for those of you who are not in finance, you can still benefit
    from the calendar since it's free as in beer. The OSFDA is not a
    money-making venture; it's mission is primarily to improve the
    career options of its members. Because of that, things like the
    calendar (and soon the forum, which will have some unique
    functionality...) has no ads, no registration, and no logins (the
    hosting is to be covered by annual dues of $25...)<br><br>
    See you next month (unless I'm dealing with an OSFDA formation
    issue, or on a deadline with my SourceForge project -it has to do
    with Bitcoins and security...)<br><br>
</div>
Mark Saad | 3 Jul 02:18 2014

[talk] Ntp box I was talking about .

I was talking about this box anyone want to try this ?
http://www.febo.com/pages/soekris/
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Gmane