Articles with tag “SouthEast LinuxFest”

SouthEast LinuxFest 2014 - Day One

After a crazy cab ride from the train station I arrived at a hotel that is in the general area of SouthEast LinuxFest (SELF) but not co-located.  *sigh*  This side of Charlotte isn't as pedestrian-friendly as it could be.

The first day (Friday) of SELF was pretty good.  I generally …

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PGP Keysigning Event and CACert Assertion at SELF2014

SouthEast LinuxFest is happening this upcoming weekend.  I offered to host a PGP (I'll substitute PGP for GPG, GnuPG, and other iterations) keysigning and CACert Assertion event and have been scheduled for 6:30 PM in the Red Hat Ballroom.  Since there is a little bit of planning needed on …

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SouthEast LinuxFest - Day 3

Southeast LinuxFest Day Three started off with a... headache.  Not a hangover but one of those random migraines that I've been trying to ward off with medications.  It wasn't debilitating but it was annoying enough to keep me out of the Puppet Labs class.

I was able to hack on …

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SouthEast LinuxFest - Day 2

Day two at SouthEast LinuxFest (SELF) began way too early as I had not received enough sleep.  Of course this is a Linux conference; who really gets enough sleep during these things?

Ben had already setup the Fedora table in the conference area of the hotel so I helped with …

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Southeast LinuxFest - Day 1

Day 1 of SELF was quite busy.  Several Fedorians met for a FAD to discuss FUDCon finances.  Ideas were hammered out and Max or Jared or ... should be posting details on that later.

After the finance talk, Jared and I got together and started hashing out a framework on the …

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Southeast LinuxFest - Day 0

Joat and I left Virginia around 1PM, this afternoon, and made the drive down to Spartinburg for Southeast LinuxFest.  Officially starting on Saturday, we came down a little early for classes that are happening on Friday and the FAD that I'll be participating in.  I'm also hoping to get some …

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FAD (Hackfest) @ SELF - Day 2

I was able to attend many talks during the second day of SELF and here are some of the information I gleamed from the discussions.

IPv6
The speaker on IPv6 was from ARIN.  He was quite upfront with the situation regarding IPv4 addresses.  In short, we should run out of …

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