SPUG: May 14, 2005 GSLUG Mtg at NSCC: Wireless!

Ken Meyer kmeyer at blarg.net
Fri May 13 20:33:24 PDT 2005

The next Greater Seattle Linux Users Group (GSLUG) meeting will be on
Saturday, May 14, 2005. It starts promptly at 10:00 a.m. on the
North Seattle Community College Campus.

  *   We are confirmed for room 3420.
  *   We will be in the same room this month as last, around        *
  *   on the east side of the Instruction Building (IB).

For directions, please visit the GSLUG monthly meetings web page at:


The topic will be:

  * (time: 10:15) Wireless! Wireless! Wireless!
       by Ian 'cdine' Gallagher.

    Ian Gallagher will be covering the uses, implementation, and security
    aspects of wireless networking. The major focus will be on the hardware
    available for today's wireless networks.  Examples will be provided
    for everyone to check-out and play with. Applications for wireless
    implementation on Linux and BSD will be demonstrated.


Speaker Bios: Ian 'cdine' Gallagher

    Ian has been interested in technology ever since there was a computer
    around and something new to take apart. His Linux use started around
    with a further interest in security and privacy, which spawned the Neg9
    security group in late 2003. Ian is currently a student at NSCC and also
    works part-time in their IT services department.


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The overall GSLUG meeting schedule is as follows:

 10:00 am       Lecture #1

 11:00 am       Break

 11:10 am       Raffle Quiz

 11:15 am       Lecture #2

 12:15 pm       Break

 12:30 pm       Raffle prizes giveaway

 12:35 pm       GSLUG Announcements
                       Announcements from attendees
                       Requests for technical assistance

 1:00 pm-ish    Formal meeting is adjourned; workshop / social session

                * Informal PGP key signing
                * Attendee experts help those who requested assistance
                     with Linux installs and general troubleshooting
                * Talking, chatting, blathering, etc., etc.

 4:00 pm        End of meeting

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