Linux.BSD.UNIX Open Learning and Hacking

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*Topics are wide open...
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*Topics are wide open...WE are here to learn by doing, teach by sharing what WE learn, and create by collaborating...
*WE are here to learn by doing, teach by sharing what WE learn, and create by collaborating...
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*ALL user levels are ALWAYS welcome and newbies are very sought after...
 
*ALL user levels are ALWAYS welcome and newbies are very sought after...
 
*People wanting to share cool things and teach them please come by...
 
*People wanting to share cool things and teach them please come by...
 
*Students in Linux classes, Sys.Admin/N.A./D.B.A./Web.Dev/Coding and others encouraged to come...
 
*Students in Linux classes, Sys.Admin/N.A./D.B.A./Web.Dev/Coding and others encouraged to come...
*Projection, whiteboards, ssh to each other's boxes(if WE want), and cool toys will be used
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*Projection, whiteboards, ssh to each other's boxes(if WE want), and cool toys will be used...
 
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*Any and all positive knowledge and wisdom is welcome and the time-slot can be used for specific topics/teaching if/when needed...current projects of interest include but are NOT limited to:
 
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*hide browsing data usage when tethering with TOTALLY FREE OPEN SOFTWARE
 
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*yes. your phone(s) work without google.
Current projects of interest include but are NOT limited to:
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*the beauty of the web without google, yahoo, facecrook, and you know the others...
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*partitioning phone(s)
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*kewl things you can do with BSD that is non network/security related
 
*testing MOSH security and functionality
 
*testing MOSH security and functionality
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*rotating encryption
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*ssh and other encryption(s)
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*all things linux
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*running freeBSD and openBSD on a dual partition to easily compare them
 
*redundant firewalls
 
*redundant firewalls
 
*sandboxes
 
*sandboxes
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*putting up a 'totally secure'(yes, WE are going to try) network @ NB and trying to break it
 
*putting up a 'totally secure'(yes, WE are going to try) network @ NB and trying to break it
 
*killing gov. and other tracking/spying/privacy invasion and re-routing it  
 
*killing gov. and other tracking/spying/privacy invasion and re-routing it  
*totally open-source website design and implementation
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*creating a TOTALLY FREE OPEN-SOURCE phone that can use both towers and satellite(s)
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*TOTALLY FREE OPEN-SOURCE website design and implementation
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*creating a TOTALLY FREE OPEN-SOURCE secure browser that can be installed one piece at a time(install only what you want)
 
*learning to write beautiful code
 
*learning to write beautiful code
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'''''many others plus whatever you bring with you'''''
 
'''''many others plus whatever you bring with you'''''

Revision as of 18:34, 11 November 2013

  • Topics are wide open...WE are here to learn by doing, teach by sharing what WE learn, and create by collaborating...
  • ALL user levels are ALWAYS welcome and newbies are very sought after...
  • People wanting to share cool things and teach them please come by...
  • Students in Linux classes, Sys.Admin/N.A./D.B.A./Web.Dev/Coding and others encouraged to come...
  • Projection, whiteboards, ssh to each other's boxes(if WE want), and cool toys will be used...
  • Any and all positive knowledge and wisdom is welcome and the time-slot can be used for specific topics/teaching if/when needed...current projects of interest include but are NOT limited to:
  • hide browsing data usage when tethering with TOTALLY FREE OPEN SOFTWARE
  • yes. your phone(s) work without google.
  • the beauty of the web without google, yahoo, facecrook, and you know the others...
  • partitioning phone(s)
  • kewl things you can do with BSD that is non network/security related
  • testing MOSH security and functionality
  • rotating encryption
  • ssh and other encryption(s)
  • all things linux
  • running freeBSD and openBSD on a dual partition to easily compare them
  • redundant firewalls
  • sandboxes
  • installing DEBIAN in a BSD jail
  • the ZSH shell and why is everyone saying it's badassery?
  • putting up a 'totally secure'(yes, WE are going to try) network @ NB and trying to break it
  • killing gov. and other tracking/spying/privacy invasion and re-routing it
  • creating a TOTALLY FREE OPEN-SOURCE phone that can use both towers and satellite(s)
  • TOTALLY FREE OPEN-SOURCE website design and implementation
  • creating a TOTALLY FREE OPEN-SOURCE secure browser that can be installed one piece at a time(install only what you want)
  • learning to write beautiful code


many others plus whatever you bring with you

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