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'''Date:''' %color=#D80000 font-size=12pt font-weight=600% December 7th, 2017%% %color=#D80000 font-size=12pt font-weight=600% -- %% %color=#D80000 font-size=12pt font-weight=600% 7:00 PM%% %color=#D80000 font-size=12pt font-weight=600%

!Topic: %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% ''' POSIX-compliant UNIX in z/OS and Linux on IBM mainframes '''
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Paul Newton will talk on "What IBM is doing to educate students around the world about IBM mainframes ... that
happen to include a POSIX-compliant UNIX in z/OS and Linux"
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There is no scheduled speaker as yet.  This would be a good opportunity to talk
about shell tricks, all kinds!  
If you have something you can talk about, please come and talk about it
.
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See you on Thursday, December 7th, 2017 at 7:00 PM.
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See you on Thursday, January 4th, 2018 at 7:00 PM.
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See you on Thursday, December 6th, 2017 at 7:00 PM.
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See you on Thursday, December 7th, 2017 at 7:00 PM.
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(: %color=#D80000 font-size=12pt font-size=14pt% Jarett's slides from November are available at \
 <www.dfwuug.org/presentations/2017_Nov/>. :)
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%color=#D80000 font-size=12pt font-size=14pt% Jarett's slides from November are available at \
 <www.dfwuug.org/presentations/2017_Nov/>. 
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!Topic: %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% ''' systemd and other new-fangled commands you need to know '''
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!Topic: %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% ''' POSIX-compliant UNIX in z/OS and Linux on IBM mainframes '''
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happen to include a POSIX-compliant UNIX on z/OS and Linux".
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happen to include a POSIX-compliant UNIX in z/OS and Linux".
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Jarett Stevens will talk on "systemd and other new-fangled commands you need to know"
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Paul Newton will talk on "What IBM is doing to educate students around the world about IBM mainframes ... that
happen to include a POSIX-compliant UNIX on z/OS and Linux
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See you on Thursday, November 2nd, 2017 at 7:00 PM.
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See you on Thursday, December 6th, 2017 at 7:00 PM.
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%color=#D80000 font-size=12pt font-size=14pt% Jarett's slides from September are available at \
 <www.dfwuug.org/presentations/2017_Sep/>. 
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%color=#D80000 font-size=12pt font-size=14pt% Jarett's slides from November are available at \
 <www.dfwuug.org/presentations/2017_Nov/>. 
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!Topic: %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% ''' To Be Announced '''
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!Topic: %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% ''' systemd and other new-fangled commands you need to know '''
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Jarett Stevens will talk on "systemd and other new-fangled commands you need to know"
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!Topic: %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% ''' To Be Announced '''
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See you on Thursday, October 5th, 2017 at 7:00 PM.
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See you on Thursday, November 2nd, 2017 at 7:00 PM.
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!Topic: %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% ''' Introduction to Docker '''
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Jarett Stevens, DFWUUG Vice President, will give an "Introduction to Docker" at the meeting.

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See you on Thursday, September 7th, 2017 at 7:00 PM.
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See you on Thursday, October 5th, 2017 at 7:00 PM.
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Jarett Stevens, DFWUUG President, will give an "Introduction to Docker" at the meeting.
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Jarett Stevens, DFWUUG Vice President, will give an "Introduction to Docker" at the meeting.
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Pizza and soft drinks at 6:45 PM.
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!Topic: %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% ''' Introduction to Docker '''
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There is no scheduled speaker as yet.  This would be a good opportunity to talk about
shell tricks, all kinds!  

If you have something you can talk about, please come and talk about it
.
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Jarett Stevens, DFWUUG President, will give an "Introduction to Docker" at the meeting.
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See you on Thursday, July 6th, 2017 at 7:00 PM.
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See you on Thursday, September 7th, 2017 at 7:00 PM.
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There is no scheduled speaker as yet.  If you have something you can talk about, please come and talk about it.

See
you on Thursday, June 1st, 2017 at 7:00 PM.
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There is no scheduled speaker as yet.  This would be a good opportunity to talk about
shell tricks, all kinds!  

If you have something
you can talk about, please come and talk about it.

See you on Thursday, July 6th
, 2017 at 7:00 PM.
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Anthony Davis, of Canonical, will talk about Ubuntu.


See
you on Thursday, May 4th, 2017 at 7:00 PM.
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There is no scheduled speaker as yet.  If you have something you can talk about, please come and talk about it.

See you on Thursday, June 1st
, 2017 at 7:00 PM.
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'''Location:''' [[IBM Innovation Center in Dallas -> http://www.dfwuug.org/wiki/Main/Directions]]
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'''Location:''' [[IBM Innovation Center in Coppell -> http://www.dfwuug.org/wiki/Main/Directions]]
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The main presentation is followed by [[Special Interest Group -> /SIGs]] (SIG) break out meetings, [[<<]]except for the Career SIG, which meets at 6 pm, ''before'' the pizza and program. 
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The main presentation is followed by [[Special Interest Group -> /SIGs]] (SIG) break out meetings.
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! Career SIG
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'''Meeting Starts at 6:00 PM'''

'''Topic: Meet with a local recruiter about job hunting methods and prospects.'''


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There is no scheduled speaker as yet.  If you have something you can talk about, please come 
and talk about it.

If you have *nix questions or issues, bring them along and we can try to help.


Officer elections are at the April meeting.  The elected positions are President, Vice President,
Secretary, and Treasurer.  The Vice President is usually elected President, as the VP position is
a backup for the President, and really the President-Elect.

Please consider running for office.  We also need help scheduling speakers for the meetings.


See you on Thursday, April 6th
, 2017 at 7:00 PM.
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Anthony Davis, of Canonical, will talk about Ubuntu.


See
you on Thursday, May 4th, 2017 at 7:00 PM.
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Officer elections are at the March meeting.  The elected positions are President, Vice President,
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Officer elections are at the April meeting.  The elected positions are President, Vice President,
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See you on Thursday, March 2nd, 2017 at 7:00 PM.
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See you on Thursday, April 6th, 2017 at 7:00 PM.
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See you on Thursday, February 2nd, 2017 at 7:00 PM.
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See you on Thursday, March 2nd, 2017 at 7:00 PM.
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There is no scheduled speaker as yet.  If you have something you can talk about, please come 
and talk about it.

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Officer elections are at the March meeting.  The elected positions are President, Vice President,
Secretary, and Treasurer.  The Vice President is usually elected President, as the VP position is
a backup for the President, and really the President-Elect.

Please consider running for office.  We also need help scheduling speakers for the meetings.

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Our speaker this month is Paul Newton, who will talk on blockchain and its potentially
disruptive effects on the financial industries.
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See you on Thursday, January 5th, 2017 at 7:00 PM.
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See you on Thursday, February 2nd, 2017 at 7:00 PM.
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There is no scheduled speaker this month.  If you have a topic you can talk about, come talk about it!
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Our speaker this month is Paul Newton, who will talk on blockchain and its potentially
disruptive effects on the financial industries.
 


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See you on Thursday, December 1st, 2016 at 7:00 PM.
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See you on Thursday, January 5th, 2017 at 7:00 PM.
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Hank Ivy will be our speaker tonight. He is a long-time member of DFWUUG.

See
you on Thursday, November 10th, 2016 at 7:00 PM.
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There is no scheduled speaker this month.  If you have a topic you can talk about, come talk about it!

If you have *nix questions or issues, bring them along and we can try to help.

See you on Thursday, December 1st
, 2016 at 7:00 PM.
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!Topic: %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% ''' A Systems Analyst's View of Elections '''
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Kurt Hyde will be our speaker tonight. Kurt has a bachelor's degree in Physics and a master's degree in Systems Management. During his 35 year career as a computer professional, Kurt held a number of positions including, Computer Programmer, Software Course Developer, Adjunct Instructor of Computer Science, Systems Analyst and Database Administrator.

Kurt was the original advocate for what he called the Manually Recountable Ballot,better known today as the paper trail movement.

In retirement, Kurt has become a writer. He writes on a number of topics, frequently on issues of election integrity.                                    See you on Thursday, October 6th
, 2016 at 7:00 PM.
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Hank Ivy will be our speaker tonight. He is a long-time member of DFWUUG.

See you on Thursday, November 10th,
2016 at 7:00 PM.
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In retirement, Kurt has become a writer. He writes on a number of topics, frequently on issues of election integrity.                    See you on Thursday, October 6th, 2016 at 7:00 PM.
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In retirement, Kurt has become a writer. He writes on a number of topics, frequently on issues of election integrity.                                   See you on Thursday, October 6th, 2016 at 7:00 PM.
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!Topic: %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% ''' A Systems Analyst's View of Elections '''
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Kurt was the original advocate for what he called the Manually Recountable Ballot,better known today as at paper trail movement.

In retirement, Kurt has become a writer. He writes on a number of topics, frequently on issues of election integrity.  See you on Thursday, September 1st, 2016 at 7:00 PM.
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Kurt was the original advocate for what he called the Manually Recountable Ballot,better known today as the paper trail movement.

In retirement, Kurt has become a writer. He writes on a number of topics, frequently on issues of election integrity.                   See you on Thursday, October 6th, 2016 at 7:00 PM.
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Kurt Hyde will be our speaker tonight. He'll give us a brief overview of his talk he gave on
 "Election Integrity: Past, Present and Future" at MIT on October 1st, 2011 and also an out-take from that.
Kurt will then give us his assessment of the threat level to our elections posed by Russian hackers
. Kurt will also
analyze the causes and proposed solutions.

See
you on Thursday, September 1st, 2016 at 7:00 PM.
to:
Kurt Hyde will be our speaker tonight. Kurt has a bachelor's degree in Physics and a master's degree in Systems Management. During his 35 year career as a computer professional, Kurt held a number of positions including, Computer Programmer, Software Course Developer, Adjunct Instructor of Computer Science, Systems Analyst and Database Administrator.

Kurt was the original advocate for what he called the Manually Recountable Ballot,better known today as at paper trail movement.

In retirement, Kurt has become a writer. He writes on a number of topics, frequently on issues of election integrity. 
See you on Thursday, September 1st, 2016 at 7:00 PM.
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!Topic: %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% ''' Election Integrity: Past, Present and Future '''
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!Topic: %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% ''' A Systems Analyst View of Elections '''
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!Topic: %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% ''' Election Integrity: Past, Present and Future '''
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If you have a topic to talk about, come and do it Thursday.

If you have *nix questions, bring them and we will answer them as best we can
.
to:
Kurt Hyde will be our speaker tonight. He'll give us a brief overview of his talk he gave on
 "Election Integrity: Past, Present and Future" at MIT on October 1st, 2011 and also an out-take from that.
Kurt will then give us his assessment of the threat level to our elections posed by Russian hackers. Kurt will also
analyze the causes and proposed solutions
.
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!Topic: %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% ''' Splunk '''
to:
!Topic: %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% ''' open floor '''
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Open floor.
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Bill Chipman will talk about splunk, which "captures, indexes and correlates real-time
data in a searchable repository from which it can generate graphs, reports, alerts,
dashboards and visualizations
."


See you on Thursday, August 4th, 2016 at 7:00 PM.
to:
Open floor.

If you have a topic to talk about, come
and do it Thursday.

If you have *nix questions, bring them and we will answer them as best we can
.

See you on Thursday, September 1st, 2016 at 7:00 PM.
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!Topic: %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% ''' Open Floor '''
to:
'''Date:''' %color=#D80000 font-size=12pt font-weight=600% Thursday, August 4th, 2016%% %color=#D80000 font-size=12pt font-weight=600% -- %% %color=#D80000 font-size=12pt font-weight=600% 7:00 PM%% %color=#D80000 font-size=12pt font-weight=600%

!Topic: %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% ''' Splunk '''
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Open floor.  Free-form discussions.

If you have a topic to talk about, come and do it Thursday.

If you have *nix questions, bring them and we will answer them as best we can
.  


See
you on Thursday, July 7th, 2016 at 7:00 PM.
to:
Bill Chipman will talk about splunk, which "captures, indexes and correlates real-time
data in a searchable repository from which it can generate graphs, reports, alerts,
dashboards and visualizations
."


See
you on Thursday, August 4th, 2016 at 7:00 PM.
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See you on Thursday, May 5th, 2016 at 7:00 PM.
to:
See you on Thursday, July 7th, 2016 at 7:00 PM.
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!Topic: %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% ''' OpenStack/DevStack '''
to:
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!Topic: %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% ''' Open Floor '''
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We'll be exploring OpenStack from a practical, getting-started, point of view. Specifically,
how one might begin to navigate the complex ecosystem
, and there will also be a live demo
of starting and using DevStack
.

Vance Morris is a self-admitted geek
, he is interested in all types of technology but
focuses his efforts on IBM Mainfame, z Systems, Linux, and OpenStack. He attended
WTAMU's CS program and gradated in 2012. As a big open source advocate, he loves getting paid
to run Linux and OpenStack on the most important, expensive, and powerful computers
on the planet.


See you on Thursday, April 7th
, 2016 at 7:00 PM.
to:
Open floor.  Free-form discussions.

If you have
a topic to talk about, come and do it Thursday.

If you have *nix questions
, bring them and we will answer them as best we can.  


See you on Thursday
, May 5th, 2016 at 7:00 PM.
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See you on Thursday, April 2nd, 2016 at 7:00 PM.
to:
See you on Thursday, April 7th, 2016 at 7:00 PM.
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!Topic: %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% ''' AIDE '''
to:
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!Topic: %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% ''' OpenStack/DevStack '''
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Leroy Tennison will give a presentation on AIDE - Advanced Intrusion Detection System.
AIDE is a file and directory integrity checker.

Leroy is a long-time member of the North Texas Linux Users Group.

See you on Thursday, March 3rd,
2016 at 7:00 PM.
to:
We'll be exploring OpenStack from a practical, getting-started, point of view. Specifically,
how one might begin to navigate the complex ecosystem, and there will also be a live demo
of starting and using DevStack.

Vance Morris is a self-admitted geek, he is interested in all types of technology but
focuses his efforts on IBM Mainfame, z Systems, Linux, and OpenStack. He attended
WTAMU's CS program and gradated in 2012. As a big open source advocate, he loves getting paid
to run Linux and OpenStack on the most important, expensive, and powerful computers
on the planet.


See you on Thursday, April 2nd
, 2016 at 7:00 PM.
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!Topic: %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% ''' LinuxONE '''
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!Topic: %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% ''' AIDE '''
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Paul Newton will give a presentation on LinuxONE.

Everyone in attendance will have an opportunity to provision a no-cost personal linux
running on one
of the most powerful servers in the industry during the presentation.

See you on Thursday, February 4th
, 2016 at 7:00 PM.
to:
Leroy Tennison will give a presentation on AIDE - Advanced Intrusion Detection System.
AIDE is a file and directory integrity checker.

Leroy is a long-time member
of the North Texas Linux Users Group.

See you on Thursday, March 3rd
, 2016 at 7:00 PM.
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to:
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See you on Thursday, February 4th, 2015 at 7:00 PM.
to:
See you on Thursday, February 4th, 2016 at 7:00 PM.
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!Topic: %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% ''' The Usual BSDs '''
to:
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!Topic: %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% ''' LinuxONE '''
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Eric Schnoebelen will talk about (and answer questions on) 'The Usual BSDs'

Eric has been working with UNIX and UNIX
-like systems for many years.
He hosts
the DFWUUG website at his colocation facility.

See you on Thursday, January 7th
, 2015 at 7:00 PM.
to:
Paul Newton will give a presentation on LinuxONE.

Everyone in attendance will have an opportunity to provision a no
-cost personal linux
running on one of
the most powerful servers in the industry during the presentation.

See you on Thursday, February 4th
, 2015 at 7:00 PM.
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!Topic: %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% ''' The Usual BSDs and An IPv6 Update '''
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!Topic: %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% ''' The Usual BSDs '''
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Eric Schnoebelen will talk about (and answer questions on) 'The Usual BSDs' and 'An IPv6 Update'
to:
Eric Schnoebelen will talk about (and answer questions on) 'The Usual BSDs'
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See you on Thursday, December 3rd, 2015 at 7:00 PM.
to:
See you on Thursday, January 7th, 2015 at 7:00 PM.
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Eric has been working with UNIX and UNIX-like systems for many years.
He hosts the DFWUUG website at his colocation facility.
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!Topic: %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% ''' Talk on DevOps '''
to:
'''Date:''' %color=#D80000 font-size=12pt font-weight=600% Thursday, December 3rd, 2015%% %color=#D80000 font-size=12pt font-weight=600% -- %% %color=#D80000 font-size=12pt font-weight=600% 7:00 PM%% %color=#D80000 font-size=12pt font-weight=600%

!Topic: %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% ''' The Usual BSDs and An IPv6 Update '''
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Talk on DevOps by Guru Moorthi of Virtual Tech Gurus (<virtualtechgurus.com>).



See you on Thursday, November 5th,
2015 at 7:00 PM.
to:
Eric Schnoebelen will talk about (and answer questions on) 'The Usual BSDs' and 'An IPv6 Update'


See you on Thursday, December 3rd
, 2015 at 7:00 PM.
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Talk on DevOps by a staff member of Virtual Tech Gurus (<virtualtechgurus.com>).
to:
Talk on DevOps by Guru Moorthi of Virtual Tech Gurus (<virtualtechgurus.com>).
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!Topic: %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% ''' Talks by members '''
to:
!Topic: %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% ''' Talk on DevOps '''
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to:
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Talks by members, including a presentation of the Multi-Router Traffic Grapher.



See you on Thursday, October 1st, 2015 at 7:00 PM.
to:
Talk on DevOps by a staff member of Virtual Tech Gurus (<virtualtechgurus.com>).



See you on Thursday, November 5th, 2015 at 7:00 PM.
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!Topic: %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% ''' 14 Calm Years of PostgreSQL in Critical Messaging '''
to:
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!Topic: %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% ''' Talks by members '''
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Speaker: John Mason Scott

John has been developing large scale unix and relational database applications for
energy and telecommunications businesses since early 1980s. In 2001 he lead the team
at Verizon Wireless that first deployed PostgreSQL in nationwide critical messaging
infrastructure during the aftermath of 911 in New York. His first exposure to
relational databases was in the early 1980s working for Britton-Lee in Los Gatos,
California, pursuing a naive dream of building the world's first "set-engine". He
still follows that dream.

Presentation:

This presentation is a case study of the evolution of PostgreSQL in the carrier grade
critical messaging business, starting with the year 2001 to the present.
Since the year 2001, PostgreSQL has quietly been a part of the critical messaging
infrastructure of a multi-million customer, carrier grade American telecommunication
company. Typical customers are hospitals, emergency medical and fire. PostgreSQL usage
evolved from front end dispatching in year 2001 during the aftermath of 911, to
forward-path RF routing in 2006, to 2way RF event monitoring in 2010, and finally
with VOIP in 2015.


See you on Thursday, September 3rd
, 2015 at 7:00 PM.
to:
Talks by members, including a presentation of the Multi-Router Traffic Grapher.



See you on Thursday, October 1st,
2015 at 7:00 PM.
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John has been developing large scale unix and relational database applications for
energy and telecommunications businesses since early 1980s. In 2001 he lead the team
at Verizon Wireless that first deployed PostgreSQL in nationwide critical messaging
infrastructure during the aftermath of 911 in New York. His first exposure to
relational databases was in the early 1980s working for Britton-Lee in Los Gatos,
California, pursuing a naive dream of building the world's first "set-engine". He
still follows that dream.
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!Topic: %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% ''' The QUIC Transport Protocol '''
to:
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!Topic: %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% ''' 14 Calm Years of PostgreSQL in Critical Messaging '''
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Speaker: A 50-minute video on the protocol, followed by discussion.



See you on Thursday, August 6th,
2015 at 7:00 PM.
to:
Speaker: John Mason Scott

Presentation:

This presentation is a case study of the evolution of PostgreSQL in the carrier grade
critical messaging business, starting with the year 2001 to the present.
Since the year 2001, PostgreSQL has quietly been a part of the critical messaging
infrastructure of a multi-million customer, carrier grade American telecommunication
company. Typical customers are hospitals, emergency medical and fire. PostgreSQL usage
evolved from front end dispatching in year 2001 during the aftermath of 911, to
forward-path RF routing in 2006, to 2way RF event monitoring in 2010, and finally
with VOIP in 2015.


See you on Thursday, September 3rd
, 2015 at 7:00 PM.
August 05, 2015, at 07:24 AM by Stuart Yarus -
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!Topic: %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% ''' TBA '''
to:
!Topic: %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% ''' The QUIC Transport Protocol '''
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Speaker: TBA
to:
Speaker: A 50-minute video on the protocol, followed by discussion.
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!Topic: %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% ''' The Internet of Things '''
to:
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!Topic: %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% ''' TBA '''
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Speaker: Vance Morris, IBM

Vance will talk about his experiences with the Internet of Things

See you on Thursday, July 2nd
, 2015 at 7:00 PM.
to:
Speaker: TBA



See you on Thursday, August 6th,
2015 at 7:00 PM.
June 29, 2015, at 08:21 PM by Stuart Yarus -
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!Topic: %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% ''' To Be Announced '''
to:
'''Date:''' %color=#D80000 font-size=12pt font-weight=600% Thursday, July 2nd, 2015%% %color=#D80000 font-size=12pt font-weight=600% -- %% %color=#D80000 font-size=12pt font-weight=600% 7:00 PM%% %color=#D80000 font-size=12pt font-weight=600%

!Topic: %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% ''' The Internet of Things '''
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Speaker: TBA 



See you on Thursday, June 4th,
2015 at 7:00 PM.
to:
Speaker: Vance Morris, IBM

Vance will talk about his experiences with the Internet of Things

See you on Thursday, July 2nd
, 2015 at 7:00 PM.
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!Topic: %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% ''' Industry Trends with Linux on Z-Systems '''
to:
'''Date:''' %color=#D80000 font-size=12pt font-weight=600% Thursday, June 4th, 2015%% %color=#D80000 font-size=12pt font-weight=600% -- %% %color=#D80000 font-size=12pt font-weight=600% 7:00 PM%% %color=#D80000 font-size=12pt font-weight=600%

!Topic: %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% ''' To Be Announced '''
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Speaker: Paul Newton, IBM Innovation Center 

The presentation covers significant industry trends involving Linux on z Systems
 open source applications/projects, "Systems of Engagement - SOE", "Systems of
 Insight - SOI", "Systems of Record - SOR", and "Managed Service Providers - MSP".  
These industry trends are driven by business competitive opportunities enabled by
 the "Internet of Things".


See you on Thursday, May 7th
, 2015 at 7:00 PM.
to:
Speaker: TBA 



See you on Thursday, June 4th,
2015 at 7:00 PM.
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Speaker: Paul Newton, DFWUUG member and 

"Industry Trends with Linux on Z-
Systems"
to:
Speaker: Paul Newton, IBM Innovation Center 

The presentation covers significant industry trends involving Linux on z
Systems
 open source applications/projects, "Systems of Engagement - SOE", "Systems of
 Insight - SOI", "Systems of Record - SOR", and "Managed Service Providers - MSP".  
These industry trends are driven by business competitive opportunities enabled by
 the "Internet of Things".

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!Topic: %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% ''' DNS Tips, Tuning, and Troubleshooting '''
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Speaker: David Jones, DFWUUG member



See you on Thursday, April 2nd,
2015 at 7:00 PM.
to:
Speaker: Paul Newton, DFWUUG member and 

"Industry Trends with Linux on Z-Systems"

See you on Thursday, May 7th
, 2015 at 7:00 PM.
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%color=#D80000 font-size=14pt% The DFWUUG meeting for tonight Thursday, March 5, 2015, is cancelled due to likely icy road conditions.
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!Topic: %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% ''' Linux on z Systems open source applications/projects '''
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!Topic: %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% ''' DNS Tips, Tuning, and Troubleshooting '''
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Speaker: Paul Newton, IBM Corporation



See you on Thursday, March 5th, 2015 at 7:00 PM.
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Speaker: David Jones, DFWUUG member



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!Topic: %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% '''TBA '''
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!Topic: %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% ''' Linux on z Systems open source applications/projects '''
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See you on Thursday, February 5th, 2015 at 7:00 PM.
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See you on Thursday, March 5th, 2015 at 7:00 PM.
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%color=#280000 font-size=14pt% The February, 2015 meeting will be on Thursday, February 5, 2015.  Same IBM Innovation Center.

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!Topic: %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% '''[=MySQL=] Workbench '''
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'''Date:''' %color=#D80000 font-size=12pt font-weight=600% Thursday, February 5th, 2015%% %color=#D80000 font-size=12pt font-weight=600% -- %% %color=#D80000 font-size=12pt font-weight=600% 7:00 PM%% %color=#D80000 font-size=12pt font-weight=600%

!Topic: %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% '''TBA '''
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Speaker: David Stokes, [=MySQL=] Community manager for Oracle

Dave Stokes is a [=MySQL=] Community manager for Oracle and previously was the [=MySQL=] Certification Manager for [=MySQL=] AB and Sun. He used to be a TOPS-10/RSTS-E/VAX VMS programmer until he got tired of seeing operating systems he loved EOL-ed by DEC and switched to Unix.

See you on Thursday, January 8th
, 2015 at 7:00 PM.
to:
Speaker: TBA


See you on Thursday, February 5th,
2015 at 7:00 PM.
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%color=#A80000 font-size=14pt% The January, 2015 meeting will be on Thursday, January 8, 2015.  Same IBM Innovation Center.
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!Topic: %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% '''MySQL Workbench '''
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!Topic: %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% '''[=MySQL=] Workbench '''
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Dave Stokes is a [=MySQL=] Community manager for Oracle and previously was the MySQL Certification Manager for [=MySQL=] AB and Sun. He used to be a TOPS-10/RSTS-E/VAX VMS programmer until he got tired of seeing operating systems he loved EOL-ed by DEC and switched to Unix.
to:
Dave Stokes is a [=MySQL=] Community manager for Oracle and previously was the [=MySQL=] Certification Manager for [=MySQL=] AB and Sun. He used to be a TOPS-10/RSTS-E/VAX VMS programmer until he got tired of seeing operating systems he loved EOL-ed by DEC and switched to Unix.
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Jon Disnard will cover what they are doing over in fedora linux, and more broadly the linux kernel
community related to ARM. He'll briefly cover RISC computing in general
. He is
bringing 64bit ARM hardware to demo. Might talk about MIPS64 and or Power8
if the audience wants.

Jon Disnard: Native Texan from Arlington. Unix sysadmin since 1997
. Fedora release
engineer for secondary architectures. Prior to working on linux I was
active freebsd for ~10 years.


to:
Speaker: David Stokes, [=MySQL=] Community manager for Oracle

Dave Stokes is a [=MySQL=] Community manager for Oracle and previously was the MySQL Certification Manager for [=MySQL=] AB and Sun
. He used to be a TOPS-10/RSTS-E/VAX VMS programmer until he got tired of seeing operating systems he loved EOL-ed by DEC and switched to Unix.
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'''Date:''' %color=#D80000 font-size=12pt font-weight=600% Thursday, December 4th, 2014%% %color=#D80000 font-size=12pt font-weight=600% -- %% %color=#D80000 font-size=12pt font-weight=600% 7:00 PM%% %color=#D80000 font-size=12pt font-weight=600%

!Topic: %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% '''Linux on ARM '''
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'''Date:''' %color=#D80000 font-size=12pt font-weight=600% Thursday, January 8th, 2015%% %color=#D80000 font-size=12pt font-weight=600% -- %% %color=#D80000 font-size=12pt font-weight=600% 7:00 PM%% %color=#D80000 font-size=12pt font-weight=600%

!Topic: %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% '''MySQL Workbench '''
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See you on Thursday, December 4th, 2014 at 7:00 PM.
to:
See you on Thursday, January 8th, 2015 at 7:00 PM.
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%color=#580000 font-size=14pt% The January, 2015 meeting will be on Thursday, January 8, 2015.  Same IBM Innovation Center.

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community related to arm. He'll briefly cover RISC computing in general. He is
bringing 64bit arm hardware to demo. Might talk about mips64 and or power8
to:
community related to ARM. He'll briefly cover RISC computing in general. He is
bringing 64bit ARM hardware to demo. Might talk about MIPS64 and or Power8
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!Topic: %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% '''Short Presenatations and General Q & A '''
to:
!Topic: %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% '''Linux on ARM '''
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See you on Thursday, November 6th, 2014 at 7:00 PM.
to:
Jon Disnard will cover what they are doing over in fedora linux, and more broadly the linux kernel
community related to arm. He'll briefly cover RISC computing in general. He is
bringing 64bit arm hardware to demo. Might talk about mips64 and or power8
if the audience wants.

Jon Disnard: Native Texan from Arlington. Unix sysadmin since 1997. Fedora release
engineer for secondary architectures. Prior to working on linux I was
active freebsd for ~10 years.


See you on Thursday, December 4th
, 2014 at 7:00 PM.
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!Topic: %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% '''Creating Highly Available Environments in the Cloud '''
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!Topic: %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% '''Short Presenatations and General Q & A '''
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Presentation by Jonathan Curry Community Advocate | Linode

A little about myself: I've been using Linux since the early 2000s, worked
in the hosting industry since 2008, and joined Linode's Customer Support
Team in 2013. I've helped customers with everything from sales inquiries and
billing issues to deploying & configuring systems from scratch,
troubleshooting web server, database, and kernel issues, and installed &
configured physical servers and network gear in data centers. I now work
with Linode's marketing department as a Community Advocate to build
meaningful relationships with our customers, find out how we can help people
succeed on our platform, as well as find out what we're doing well and how
we can make Linode services even better.


See you on Thursday, October 2nd
, 2014 at 7:00 PM.
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See you on Thursday, November 6th, 2014 at 7:00 PM.
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 in the hosting industry since 2008, and joined Linode's Customer Support
 Team in 2013. I've helped customers with everything from sales inquiries and
 billing issues to deploying & configuring systems from scratch,
 troubleshooting web server, database, and kernel issues, and installed &
 configured physical servers and network gear in data centers. I now work
 with Linode's marketing department as a Community Advocate to build
 meaningful relationships with our customers, find out how we can help people
 succeed on our platform, as well as find out what we're doing well and how
 we can make Linode services even better.

to:
in the hosting industry since 2008, and joined Linode's Customer Support
Team in 2013. I've helped customers with everything from sales inquiries and
billing issues to deploying & configuring systems from scratch,
troubleshooting web server, database, and kernel issues, and installed &
configured physical servers and network gear in data centers. I now work
with Linode's marketing department as a Community Advocate to build
meaningful relationships with our customers, find out how we can help people
succeed on our platform, as well as find out what we're doing well and how
we can make Linode services even better.

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!Topic: %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% '''Short presentations and general Q&A '''
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'''Date:''' %color=#D80000 font-size=12pt font-weight=600% Thursday, October 2nd, 2014%% %color=#D80000 font-size=12pt font-weight=600% -- %% %color=#D80000 font-size=12pt font-weight=600% 7:00 PM%% %color=#D80000 font-size=12pt font-weight=600%

!Topic: %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% '''Creating Highly Available Environments in the Cloud '''
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Short presentations and general Q&A

See you on Thursday, September 4th,
2014 at 7:00 PM.
to:
Presentation by Jonathan Curry Community Advocate | Linode

A little about myself: I've been using Linux since the early 2000s, worked
 in the hosting industry since 2008, and joined Linode's Customer Support
 Team in 2013. I've helped customers with everything from sales inquiries and
 billing issues to deploying & configuring systems from scratch,
 troubleshooting web server, database, and kernel issues, and installed &
 configured physical servers and network gear in data centers. I now work
 with Linode's marketing department as a Community Advocate to build
 meaningful relationships with our customers, find out how we can help people
 succeed on our platform, as well as find out what we're doing well and how
 we can make Linode services even better.


See you on Thursday, October 2nd
, 2014 at 7:00 PM.
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!Topic: %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% '''What's new in RHEL 7? '''
to:
'''Date:''' %color=#D80000 font-size=12pt font-weight=600% Thursday, September 4th, 2014%% %color=#D80000 font-size=12pt font-weight=600% -- %% %color=#D80000 font-size=12pt font-weight=600% 7:00 PM%% %color=#D80000 font-size=12pt font-weight=600%

!Topic: %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% '''Short presentations and general Q&A '''
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Thomas Cameron is Senior Principal Solutions Architect and Chief Architect, Central US for Red Hat, Inc.

See you on Thursday, August 7th
, 2014 at 7:00 PM.
to:
Short presentations and general Q&A

See you on Thursday, September 4th
, 2014 at 7:00 PM.
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!Topic: %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% '''Open Discussiona '''
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!Topic: %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% '''What's new in RHEL 7? '''
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Thomas Cameron will talk on "What's new in RHEL 7?".  Thomas is Senior Principal Solutions Architect and Chief Architect, Central US for Red Hat, Inc.
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Thomas Cameron is Senior Principal Solutions Architect and Chief Architect, Central US for Red Hat, Inc.
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David Aldrich is in hospice with severe advanced form of brain cancer.
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'''Date:''' %color=#D80000 font-size=12pt font-weight=600% Thursday, August 7th, 2014%% %color=#D80000 font-size=12pt font-weight=600% -- %% %color=#D80000 font-size=12pt font-weight=600% 7:00 PM%% %color=#D80000 font-size=12pt font-weight=600%
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An open discussion on *nix-related topics.  Short presentations are welcome.

See you on Thursday, June 5th,
2014 at 7:00 PM.
to:
Thomas Cameron will talk on "What's new in RHEL 7?".  Thomas is Senior Principal Solutions Architect and Chief Architect, Central US for Red Hat, Inc.

See you on Thursday, August 7th
, 2014 at 7:00 PM.
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David Aldrich is in hospice with severe advanced form of brain cancer.
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!Topic: %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% '''Current Developments with [=MySQL=] '''
to:
'''Date:''' %color=#D80000 font-size=12pt font-weight=600% Thursday, June 5th, 2014%% %color=#D80000 font-size=12pt font-weight=600% -- %% %color=#D80000 font-size=12pt font-weight=600% 7:00 PM%% %color=#D80000 font-size=12pt font-weight=600%

!Topic: %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% '''Open Discussiona '''
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Speaker: David Stokes, [=MySQL=] Community manager for Oracle

Dave Stokes is a [=MySQL=] Community manager for Oracle and previously was the [=MySQL=] Certification Manager for [=MySQL=] AB and Sun.  He used to be a TOPS-10/RSTS-E/VAX VMS programmer until he got tired of seeing operating systems he loved EOL-ed by DEC and switched to Unix.


What the Heck is Oracle doing with [=MySQL=] Anyway?  Come learn why [=MySQL=] 5.6 was the best release of [=MySQL=] yet and get a glimpse of 5.7 that is coming soon.  5.7 is 2x faster than 5.6, 3x faster than 5.5, has a whole bunch of new features, but it may cause problems for some applications (*cough* Wordpress *cough*)!  And see how VISUAL EXPLAIN and [=MySQL=] Workbench make tracking bad queries much easier


See you on Thursday, May 1st
, 2014 at 7:00 PM.
to:
An open discussion on *nix-related topics.  Short presentations are welcome.

See you on Thursday, June 5th,
2014 at 7:00 PM.
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!Topic: %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% '''pfSense, an open source firewall'''
to:
'''Date:''' %color=#D80000 font-size=12pt font-weight=600% Thursday, May 1st, 2014%% %color=#D80000 font-size=12pt font-weight=600% -- %% %color=#D80000 font-size=12pt font-weight=600% 7:00 PM%% %color=#D80000 font-size=12pt font-weight=600%

!Topic: %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% '''Current Developments with [=MySQL=] '''
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Speaker: Chris Buechler, Electric Sheep Fencing, LLC

"The pfSense project
is a free network firewall distribution, based on the FreeBSD operating system with a custom kernel and including third party free software packages for additional functionality. Through this package system pfSense software is able to provide most of the functionality of common commercial firewalls, and many times more. It has successfully replaced every big name commercial firewall you can imagine in numerous installations around the world, including Check Point, Cisco PIX, Cisco ASA, Juniper, Sonicwall, Netgear, Watchguard, Astaro, and more."


See you on Thursday, April 3rd,
2014 at 7:00 PM.
to:
Speaker: David Stokes, [=MySQL=] Community manager for Oracle

Dave Stokes
is a [=MySQL=] Community manager for Oracle and previously was the [=MySQL=] Certification Manager for [=MySQL=] AB and Sun.  He used to be a TOPS-10/RSTS-E/VAX VMS programmer until he got tired of seeing operating systems he loved EOL-ed by DEC and switched to Unix.


What the Heck is Oracle doing with [=MySQL=] Anyway?  Come learn why [=MySQL=] 5.6 was the best release of [=MySQL=] yet and get a glimpse of 5.7 that is coming soon.  5.7 is 2x faster than 5
.6, 3x faster than 5.5, has a whole bunch of new features, but it may cause problems for some applications (*cough* Wordpress *cough*)!  And see how VISUAL EXPLAIN and [=MySQL=] Workbench make tracking bad queries much easier


See you on Thursday, May 1st
, 2014 at 7:00 PM.
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The pfSense project is a free network firewall distribution, based on the FreeBSD operating system with a custom kernel and including third party free software packages for additional functionality. Through this package system pfSense software is able to provide most of the functionality of common commercial firewalls, and many times more. It has successfully replaced every big name commercial firewall you can imagine in numerous installations around the world, including Check Point, Cisco PIX, Cisco ASA, Juniper, Sonicwall, Netgear, Watchguard, Astaro, and more.

to:
"The pfSense project is a free network firewall distribution, based on the FreeBSD operating system with a custom kernel and including third party free software packages for additional functionality. Through this package system pfSense software is able to provide most of the functionality of common commercial firewalls, and many times more. It has successfully replaced every big name commercial firewall you can imagine in numerous installations around the world, including Check Point, Cisco PIX, Cisco ASA, Juniper, Sonicwall, Netgear, Watchguard, Astaro, and more."

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!Topic: %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% '''Accelerating Applications with IBM Flash'''
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Speaker: Simon Cambridge, IBM Corporation

Simon is a Senior Technical Specialist for IBM [=FlashSystems=] covering the TOLA region.  Simon joined IBM in 2010.  Simon is a recognized expert in enterprise storage solutions and works closely with customers and partners to demonstrate the value of IBM solutions. Simon has worked as a storage technical specialist in the UK, New Zealand and the USA for over 15 years; spending time with EMC (5years), HP (6 years) and HDS (6 months).



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Speaker: Chris Buechler, Electric Sheep Fencing, LLC

The pfSense project is a free network firewall distribution, based on the FreeBSD operating system with a custom kernel and including third party free software packages for additional functionality. Through this package system pfSense software is able to provide most of the functionality of common commercial firewalls, and many times more. It has successfully replaced every big name commercial firewall you can imagine in numerous installations around the world, including Check Point, Cisco PIX, Cisco ASA
, Juniper, Sonicwall, Netgear, Watchguard, Astaro, and more.


See you on Thursday, April 3rd
, 2014 at 7:00 PM.
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In addition, Jon Disnard will bring Fedora 20 [=DVDs=] from the Fedora Project for distribution.
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See you on Thursday, February 6th, 2014 at 7:00 PM.
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See you on Thursday, March 6th, 2014 at 7:00 PM.
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Simon is a Senior Technical Specialist for IBM FlashSystems covering the TOLA region.  Simon joined IBM in 2010.  Simon is a recognized expert in enterprise storage solutions and works closely with customers and partners to demonstrate the value of IBM solutions. Simon has worked as a storage technical specialist in the UK, New Zealand and the USA for over 15 years; spending time with EMC 5yrs, HP 6 years and HDS 6 months.

In addition, Jon Disnard will bring Fedora 20 DVDs from the Fedora Project for distribution.
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Simon is a Senior Technical Specialist for IBM [=FlashSystems=] covering the TOLA region.  Simon joined IBM in 2010.  Simon is a recognized expert in enterprise storage solutions and works closely with customers and partners to demonstrate the value of IBM solutions. Simon has worked as a storage technical specialist in the UK, New Zealand and the USA for over 15 years; spending time with EMC (5years), HP (6 years) and HDS (6 months).

In addition, Jon Disnard will bring Fedora 20 [=DVDs=] from the Fedora Project for distribution.
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!Topic: %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% '''Linux running on IBM zEnterprise'''
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Speaker: Paul Newton, IBM Innovation Center

The DFWUUG meeting tomorrow will feature Paul Newton from IBM, who will speak about the success of
Linux running on IBM zEnterprise and why Linux running on IBM zEnterprise is so successful
for many large companies.  He will include a specific
IBM client example of something that started
small and customer demand went exponential.  The only way to manage the exponential growth was
to dump x86 Windows cluster and migrate to Linux images running on zEnterprise
.

Paul will also touch upon LSB, Linux Standards Base.

See you on Thursday, January 2nd,
2014 at 7:00 PM.
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Speaker: Simon Cambridge, IBM Corporation

Simon is a Senior Technical Specialist for IBM FlashSystems covering the TOLA region.  Simon joined IBM in 2010.  Simon is a recognized expert in enterprise storage solutions and works closely with customers and partners to demonstrate the value of
IBM solutions. Simon has worked as a storage technical specialist in the UK, New Zealand and the USA for over 15 years; spending time with EMC 5yrs, HP 6 years and HDS 6 months.

In addition, Jon Disnard will bring Fedora 20 DVDs from the Fedora Project for distribution.

See you on Thursday, February 6th
, 2014 at 7:00 PM.
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The DFWUUG meeting tomorrow will feature Paul Newton from IBM, who willspeak about the success of Linux running on IBM zEnterprise and whyLinux running on IBM zEnterprise is so successful for many largecompanies.  He will include a specific IBM client example of somethingthat started small and customer demand went exponential.  The only wayto manage the exponential growth was to dump x86 Windows cluster andmigrate to Linux images running on zEnterprise.
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The DFWUUG meeting tomorrow will feature Paul Newton from IBM, who will speak about the success of
Linux running on IBM zEnterprise and why Linux running on IBM zEnterprise is so successful
for many large companies.  He will include a specific IBM client example of something that started
small and customer demand went exponential.  The only way to manage the exponential growth was
to dump x86 Windows cluster and migrate to Linux images running on zEnterprise.
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Speaker: Paul Newton, IBM Innovation Center

The DFWUUG meeting tomorrow will feature Paul Newton from IBM, who willspeak about the success of Linux running on IBM zEnterprise and whyLinux running on IBM zEnterprise is so successful for many largecompanies.  He will include a specific IBM client example of somethingthat started small and customer demand went exponential.  The only wayto manage the exponential growth was to dump x86 Windows cluster andmigrate to Linux images running on zEnterprise.
Paul will also touch upon LSB, Linux Standards Base.

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See you on Thursday, January 2nd, 2014 at 7:00 PM.
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!Topic: %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% '''Test Anything. Using the Test Anything Protocol, a case study.'''

David Aldrich, DFWUUG President

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See you all January 2, 2014

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!Topic: %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% '''Your gateway to tor'''

Josh Scott, [=InfoSec=] guru

 [[Click here to read more about him -> http://www.wtftacos.com/]]

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!Topic: %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% '''Test Anything. Using the Test Anything Protocol, a case study.'''

David Aldrich, DFWUUG President

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See you on Thursday, October 3rd, at 7:00 PM.
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Josh Scott, [=InfoSec=] guru and tin foil hat designer
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!Topic: %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% '''Getting your resume on the hiring manager's desk'''

Elizabeth Lions
, Author and Employment Consultant

Elizabeth Lions studied psychology at the University of Maine. She started her career as a prominent headhunter on the west coast
. Little did she know that job was her boot camp and the beginning of what would be today.

 [[Click here to read more about her -> http://www.elizabethlions
.com/]]
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!Topic: %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% '''Your gateway to tor'''

Josh Scott
, InfoSec guru and tin foil hat designer

 [[Click here to read more about him -> http://www
.wtftacos.com/]]
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!Topic: %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% '''Oracle Linux and Oracle VM Server for x86'''

David Gilpin
, Principal (presales technical) Sales Consultant

Oracle Linux & Virtualization GBU

David has been with the OL/OVM GBU since June 2009 - and was
the 4th field OL/OVM presales technical SME hired into the group. He has a long history of presales technical experience - over 10 years with Server & Storage Value Added Resellers (Sun Solaris, Veritas Netbackup, HDS Storage Certifications) as well as over 14 years experience with Tektronix (UNIX Workstations, Visualization Terminals, Color Printers, Thin Client, Citrix).

David was awarded the "Best Technical Pre-Sales Person Worldwide" at Tektronix in 1997.

David has been working with various distributions of Linux since the early 1990s (when it loaded from floppies!)

He holds a Bachelors of Science in Computing Science from Sam Houston State University in Huntsville TX.

In his "spare time" David does Electronics and Computers as a hobby; holds an Amateur Radio license (Amateur Extra class) callsign [=K5GIL=]; and volunteers to assist with communications for the National Weather Service (SKYWARN) and other events such as the JDRF Walk for a Cure and the Dallas Marathon
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!Topic: %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% '''Getting your resume on the hiring manager's desk'''

Elizabeth Lions
, Author and Employment Consultant

Elizabeth Lions studied psychology at the University of Maine. She started her career as a prominent headhunter on the west coast. Little did she know that job was her boot camp and the beginning of what would be today.
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In his "spare time" David does Electronics and Computers as a hobby; holds an Amateur Radio license (Amateur Extra class) callsign K5GIL; and volunteers to assist with communications for the National Weather Service (SKYWARN) and other events such as the JDRF Walk for a Cure and the Dallas Marathon.
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In his "spare time" David does Electronics and Computers as a hobby; holds an Amateur Radio license (Amateur Extra class) callsign [=K5GIL=]; and volunteers to assist with communications for the National Weather Service (SKYWARN) and other events such as the JDRF Walk for a Cure and the Dallas Marathon.
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John Holsinger, Regional Sales Director, Oracle

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David Gilpin, Principal (presales technical) Sales ConsultantOracle Linux & Virtualization GBU
David has been with the OL/OVM GBU since June 2009 - and was the 4th field OL/OVM presales technical SME hired into the group. He has a long history of presales technical experience - over 10 years with Server & Storage Value Added Resellers (Sun Solaris, Veritas Netbackup, HDS Storage Certifications) as well as over 14 years experience with Tektronix (UNIX Workstations, Visualization Terminals, Color Printers, Thin Client, Citrix).
David was awarded the "Best Technical Pre-Sales Person Worldwide" at Tektronix in 1997.
David has been working with various distributions of Linux since the early 1990s (when it loaded from floppies!)
He holds a Bachelors of Science in Computing Science from Sam Houston State University in Huntsville TX.
In his "spare time" David does Electronics and Computers as a hobby; holds an Amateur Radio license (Amateur Extra class) callsign K5GIL; and volunteers to assist with communications for the National Weather Service (SKYWARN) and other events such as the JDRF Walk for a Cure and the Dallas Marathon.

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!Topic: %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% '''The End of the ReadOnly Internet'''


James Robey is a computer science researcher and founder of [=DOMAlgebra=], LLC, a company founded to organize efforts into next generation Social Computing™. A lifelong programming enthusiast, he obtained a BS in CS from the University of Maryland before ten years in the industry working on everything from content management systems to iPad applications for avionics. He particularly enjoys working in Python, Javascript, and Objective-C, before finding a calling in securing social media for the world's non-technical users. When he's not coding, he's walking around aimlessly reading books on his phone,  spending time with his wife, or making new friends in Dallas over the summer, before returning to Colorado.

He is right on target - like richard stallman or john mad dog hall

Web 2.0 refers to a system of communication between a website and client, offering a faster experience by making webpages stateful (as opposed to stateless i.e. Web 1.0). The next step of the web stack, web 3.0, is to provide not only a stateful application, but any number of interacting stateful applications together, not unlike an operating system,  and, crucially, under the users control. This talk will cover this new concept, starting from what we've had, considering we have, and ending on what will be, in the near future.


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!Topic: %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% '''Oracle Linux and Oracle VM Server for x86'''

John Holsinger, Regional Sales Director, Oracle

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James Robey is a computer science researcher and founder of DOMAlgebra, LLC, a company founded to organize efforts into next generation Social Computing™. A lifelong programming enthusiast, he obtained a BS in CS from the University of Maryland before ten years in the industry working on everything from content management systems to iPad applications for avionics. He particularly enjoys working in Python, Javascript, and Objective-C, before finding a calling in securing social media for the world's non-technical users. When he's not coding, he's walking around aimlessly reading books on his phone,  spending time with his wife, or making new friends in Dallas over the summer, before returning to Colorado.
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James Robey is a computer science researcher and founder of [=DOMAlgebra=], LLC, a company founded to organize efforts into next generation Social Computing™. A lifelong programming enthusiast, he obtained a BS in CS from the University of Maryland before ten years in the industry working on everything from content management systems to iPad applications for avionics. He particularly enjoys working in Python, Javascript, and Objective-C, before finding a calling in securing social media for the world's non-technical users. When he's not coding, he's walking around aimlessly reading books on his phone,  spending time with his wife, or making new friends in Dallas over the summer, before returning to Colorado.
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contact this guy - he said he would do a presentation

*  I left a message at 2:10 pm Tuesday - Stuart Yarus

email: domalgebra@gmail.com

phone: at 602-888-HTML (4865) (Mon-Fri 9-6, PST)

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James Robey is a computer science researcher and founder of DOMAlgebra, LLC, a company founded to organize efforts into next generation Social Computing™. A lifelong programming enthusiast, he obtained a BS in CS from the University of Maryland before ten years in the industry working on everything from content management systems to iPad applications for avionics. He particularly enjoys working in Python, Javascript, and Objective-C, before finding a calling in securing social media for the world's non-technical users. When he's not coding, he's walking around aimlessly reading books on his phone,  spending time with his wife, or making new friends in Dallas over the summer, before returning to Colorado.
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James Robey is a computer science researcher and founder of DOMAlgebra, LLC, a company founded to organize efforts into next generation Social Computing™. A lifelong programming enthusiast, he obtained a BS in CS from the University of Maryland before ten years in the industry working on everything from content management systems to iPad applications for avionics. He particularly enjoys working in Python, Javascript, and Objective-C, before finding a calling in securing social media for the world's non-technical users. When he's not coding, he's walking around aimlessly reading books on his phone,  spending time with his wife, or making new friends in Dallas over the summer, before returning to Colorado.
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 James Robey is a computer science researcher and founder of DOMAlgebra, LLC, a company founded to organize efforts into next generation Social Computing™. A lifelong programming enthusiast, he obtained a BS in CS from the University of Maryland before ten years in the industry working on everything from content management systems to iPad applications for avionics. He particularly enjoys working in Python, Javascript, and Objective-C, before finding a calling in securing social media for the world's non-technical users. When he's not coding, he's walking around aimlessly reading books on his phone,  spending time with his wife, or making new friends in Dallas over the summer, before returning to Colorado.
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James Robey is a computer science researcher and founder of DOMAlgebra, LLC, a company founded to organize efforts into next generation Social Computing™. A lifelong programming enthusiast, he obtained a BS in CS from the University of Maryland before ten years in the industry working on everything from content management systems to iPad applications for avionics. He particularly enjoys working in Python, Javascript, and Objective-C, before finding a calling in securing social media for the world's non-technical users. When he's not coding, he's walking around aimlessly reading books on his phone,  spending time with his wife, or making new friends in Dallas over the summer, before returning to Colorado.
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domalgebra@gmail.com

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contact this guy - he said he would do a presentation
email, at domalgebra@gmail.com
phone, at 602-888-HTML (4865) (Mon-Fri 9-6, PST)

He is right on target - like richard stallman or john mad dog hall

He did "The End of the Read-Only Internet" at the club ajax meetup

Web 2.0 refers to a system of communication between a website and client, offering a faster experience by making webpages stateful (as opposed to stateless i.e. Web 1.0). The next step of the web stack, web 3.0, is to provide not only a stateful application, but any number of interacting stateful applications together, not unlike an operating system,  and, crucially, under the users control. This talk will cover this new concept, starting from what we've had, considering we have, and ending on what will be, in the near future.


http://www.meetup.com/Club-AJAX/events/117053082/

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This month will be a Q & A session, along with any short talks folks would like to give. 


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!Topic: %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% '''Q & A and and Unix 101 talks'''
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'''Date:''' %color=#D80000 font-size=12pt font-weight=600% Thursday, July 11th, 2013%% %color=#D80000 font-size=12pt font-weight=600% -- %% %color=#D80000 font-size=12pt font-weight=600% 7:00 PM%% %color=#D80000 font-size=12pt font-weight=600%

!Topic: %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% '''To Be Announced'''
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If you have something to talk about, this would be a good opportunity to make a presentation.  We are looking for short talks on anything *nix related.  Even something for a *nix 101 level.  We will have a laptop and wired Internet connection.


See you on Thursday, June 6th
, at 7:00 PM.
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See
you on Thursday, July 11th, at 7:00 PM.
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!Topic: %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% '''Short talks and and Unix 101 talks'''
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!Topic: %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% '''Q & A and and Unix 101 talks'''
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This month will be a group presentation in which members of the DFWUUG will present short talks on various topics.  David Aldrich and Kirk Schneider will be among the presenters. 
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This month will be a Q & A session, along with any short talks folks would like to give. 
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We are meeting at the new IBM location in Coppell starting in March.

See you on Thursday, May 2nd
, at 7:00 PM.
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See you on Thursday, June 6th, at 7:00 PM.
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!Topic: %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% '''How does that look in __ ?'''
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'''Date:''' %color=#D80000 font-size=12pt font-weight=600% Thursday, May 2nd, 2013%% %color=#D80000 font-size=12pt font-weight=600% -- %% %color=#D80000 font-size=12pt font-weight=600% 7:00 PM%% %color=#D80000 font-size=12pt font-weight=600%
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This month will be a panel presentation in which the panelists will show implementations of a few simple programs in a few languages for each program.

The confirmed panel is David Aldrich and Jeff Rush.

* David will be doing implementations in Perl, PostgreSQL, bc and even one in crontab
.
* Jeff will be doing Python.

There have been a couple of others who have showed some interest so there may be other languages represented.

The confirmed programs are:
* Factorial (x!)
* When is the next DFWUUG meeting
* Sieve of Erasthones

Here is the code for the [[Perl, PostgreSQL, zsh and crons -> https://d6a
.us/cgi-bin/hgweb.cgi/langcomp ]] as a Mercurial repository.
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This month will be a group presentation in which members of the DFWUUG will present short talks on various topics.  David Aldrich and Kirk Schneider will be among the presenters. 

If you have something to talk about, this would be a good opportunity to make a presentation
.  We are looking for short talks on anything *nix related.  Even something for a *nix 101 level.  We will have a laptop and wired Internet connection.

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See you on Thursday, April 4th at 7:00 PM.
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See you on Thursday, May 2nd, at 7:00 PM.
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%urgent color=#D80000 font-size=14pt% Our meeting location is the ''NEW'' IBM Innovation Center at 1177 South Beltline Road, in Coppell, just south of the Airline Drive traffic light. And just west of North Lake.    [[<<]][[<<]] Meetings are usually the first Thursday of each month. [[<<]] [[<<]] 
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%urgent color=#D80000 font-size=14pt% Our meeting location is the '''NEW''' IBM Innovation Center at 1177 South Beltline Road, in Coppell, just south of the Airline Drive traffic light. And just west of North Lake.    [[<<]][[<<]] Meetings are usually the first Thursday of each month. [[<<]] [[<<]] 
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%urgent color=#D80000 font-size=14pt% Our meeting location is the IBM Innovation Center at 1177 South Beltline Road, in Coppell, just south of the Airline Drive traffic light. And just west of North Lake.    [[<<]][[<<]] Meetings are usually the first Thursday of each month. [[<<]] [[<<]] 
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%urgent color=#D80000 font-size=14pt% Our meeting location is the ''NEW'' IBM Innovation Center at 1177 South Beltline Road, in Coppell, just south of the Airline Drive traffic light. And just west of North Lake.    [[<<]][[<<]] Meetings are usually the first Thursday of each month. [[<<]] [[<<]] 
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Here is the code for the [[Perl, PostgreSQL, zsh and crons -> https://d6a.us/cgi-bin/hgweb.cgi/langcomp ]] as a Mercurial repository.
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'''Date:''' %color=#D80000 font-size=12pt font-weight=600% Thursday, March 7th, 2013%% %color=#D80000 font-size=12pt font-weight=600% -- %% %color=#D80000 font-size=12pt font-weight=600% 7:00 PM%% %color=#D80000 font-size=12pt font-weight=600%

!Topic: %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% '''Code Quickies'''
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'''Date:''' %color=#D80000 font-size=12pt font-weight=600% Thursday, April 4th, 2013%% %color=#D80000 font-size=12pt font-weight=600% -- %% %color=#D80000 font-size=12pt font-weight=600% 7:00 PM%% %color=#D80000 font-size=12pt font-weight=600%

!Topic: %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% '''How does that look in __ ?'''
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This month, we are going to do very short presentations of our favorite one-liners and really short
code bits.  Please limit your code to stuff working on (reasonably) current versions of Linux
or *BSD
.  The idea is that everyone should bring their favorite quickies.  There will be a computer
and projection screen to display them on.  Please bring:
*  up to 5 one-liners or quickies, and
**  a laptop with your code, so it can be plugged in to
the projection device, or
**  a USB jump drive with the code on it, or
**  a printout so that
you can type your code onto the display computer, or
**  some other way to show off your code, or
**  you can email the code to syarus at gmail dot com, and he will put it on a USB jumpdrive for you to present from.  
This will '''not''' be a code review!


Pizza will be awarded to all who bring some code to present.

Officer elections will happen at the March meeting.  Nominations may be brought to the February
meeting or given to any officer or Board member between now and the March meeting.

Please note that we will be meeting at the usual place, the IBM Innovation Center just south of
Tanner Electronics.  We expect to move to the new IBM location in Coppell in March.



See you on Thursday, March 7th
at 7:00 PM.
to:
This month will be a panel presentation in which the panelists will show implementations of a few simple programs in a few languages for each program.

The confirmed panel is David Aldrich and Jeff Rush
.

* David will be doing implementations in Perl, PostgreSQL, bc and even one in crontab.
* Jeff will be doing Python.

There have been a couple of others who have showed some interest so there may be other languages represented.

The confirmed programs are:
* Factorial (x!)
* When is
the next DFWUUG meeting
* Sieve of Erasthones


We are meeting at
the new IBM location in Coppell starting in March.

See
you on Thursday, April 4th at 7:00 PM.
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'''Date:''' %color=#D80000 font-size=12pt font-weight=600% Thursday, February 7th, 2013%% %color=#D80000 font-size=12pt font-weight=600% -- %% %color=#D80000 font-size=12pt font-weight=600% 7:00 PM%% %color=#D80000 font-size=12pt font-weight=600%
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'''Date:''' %color=#D80000 font-size=12pt font-weight=600% Thursday, March 7th, 2013%% %color=#D80000 font-size=12pt font-weight=600% -- %% %color=#D80000 font-size=12pt font-weight=600% 7:00 PM%% %color=#D80000 font-size=12pt font-weight=600%
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See you on Thursday, February 7th at 7:00 PM.
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See you on Thursday, March 7th at 7:00 PM.
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%urgent color=#D80000 font-size=14pt% Our meeting location is the IBM Innovation Center at 1177 South Beltline Road, in Coppell, just west of North Lake.    [[<<]][[<<]] Meetings are usually the first Thursday of each month. [[<<]] [[<<]]  Please note the meeting location has changed, but IBM is still our meeting sponsor.
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%urgent color=#D80000 font-size=14pt% Our meeting location is the IBM Innovation Center at 1177 South Beltline Road, in Coppell, just south of the Airline Drive traffic light. And just west of North Lake.    [[<<]][[<<]] Meetings are usually the first Thursday of each month. [[<<]] [[<<]] 
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%urgent color=#D80000 font-size=14pt% Our meeting location is the IBM Innovation Center at 1177 South Beltline Road, in Coppell, just west of North Lake.    [[<<]][[<<]] Meetings are usually the first Thursday of each month. [[<<]] [[<<]]  
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%urgent color=#D80000 font-size=14pt% Our meeting location is the IBM Innovation Center at 1177 South Beltline Road, in Coppell, just west of North Lake.    [[<<]][[<<]] Meetings are usually the first Thursday of each month. [[<<]] [[<<]]  Please note the meeting location has changed, but IBM is still our meeting sponsor.
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%urgent color=#D80000 font-size=14pt% Our meeting location is the IBM Innovation Center at 1177 South Beltline Road, in Coppell, just west of North Lake.    [[<<]][[<<]] Meetings are usually the first Thursday of each month. [[<<]] [[<<]] For directions to IBM:[[IBM Innovation Center in Dallas -> http://www.dfwuug.org/wiki/Main/Directions]] [[<<]] [[<<]] 
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%urgent color=#D80000 font-size=14pt% Our meeting location is the IBM Innovation Center at 1177 South Beltline Road, in Coppell, just west of North Lake.    [[<<]][[<<]] Meetings are usually the first Thursday of each month. [[<<]] [[<<]]  
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%urgent color=#D80000 font-size=14pt% Our meeting location is the IBM Innovation Center at 13800 Diplomat Drive.    [[<<]][[<<]] Meetings are usually the first Thursday of each month. [[<<]] [[<<]] For directions to IBM:[[IBM Innovation Center in Dallas -> http://www.dfwuug.org/wiki/Main/Directions]] [[<<]] [[<<]] *** The IBM Innovation Center is moving to 1177 South Beltline Road in Coppell, just west of North Lake.  The move will happen for the March meeting.  Stay tuned.

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%urgent color=#D80000 font-size=14pt% Our meeting location is the IBM Innovation Center at 1177 South Beltline Road, in Coppell, just west of North Lake.    [[<<]][[<<]] Meetings are usually the first Thursday of each month. [[<<]] [[<<]] For directions to IBM:[[IBM Innovation Center in Dallas -> http://www.dfwuug.org/wiki/Main/Directions]] [[<<]] [[<<]] 
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This will '''not'' be a code review!

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This will '''not''' be a code review!

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**  you can email the code to syarus at gmail dot com, and he will put it on a USB jumpdrive for you to present from.
to:
**  you can email the code to syarus at gmail dot com, and he will put it on a USB jumpdrive for you to present from.  
This will '''not'' be a code review!


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**  you can email the code to syarus at gmail dot com, and I will put it on a USB jumpdrive for you to present from.
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**  you can email the code to syarus at gmail dot com, and he will put it on a USB jumpdrive for you to present from.
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**  you can email the code to me, and I will put it on a USB jumpdrive for you to present from.
to:
**  you can email the code to syarus at gmail dot com, and I will put it on a USB jumpdrive for you to present from.
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*  up to 5 one-liners or quickies, and (
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*  up to 5 one-liners or quickies, and
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**  you can email the code to me, and I will put it on a USB jumpdrive for you to present from).
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**  you can email the code to me, and I will put it on a USB jumpdrive for you to present from.
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Officer elections will happen at the March meeting.  Nominations may be brought to the February
meeting or given to any officer or Board member between now and the March meeting.

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#  up to 5 one-liners or quickies, and (
#  a laptop with your code, so it can be plugged in to the projection device, or
#  a USB jump drive with the code on it, or
#  a printout so that you can type your code onto the display computer, or
#  some other way to show off your code, or
#  you can email the code to me, and I will put it on a USB jumpdrive for you to present from).
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*  up to 5 one-liners or quickies, and (
**  a laptop with your code, so it can be plugged in to the projection device, or
**  a USB jump drive with the code on it, or
**  a printout so that you can type your code onto the display computer, or
**  some other way to show off your code, or
**  you can email the code to me, and I will put it on a USB jumpdrive for you to present from).
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code bits.  Please limit your code to stuff working on current versions of Linux or *BSD.  The idea
is that everyone should bring their favorite quickies.  There will be a computer and projection
screen to display them on.  Please bring:
to:
code bits.  Please limit your code to stuff working on (reasonably) current versions of Linux
or *BSD.  The idea is that everyone should bring their favorite quickies.  There will be a computer
and projection screen to display them on.  Please bring:
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#  a laptop with your code, so it can be plugged in to theprojection device, or
to:
#  a laptop with your code, so it can be plugged in to the projection device, or
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!Topic: %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% '''TBD'''
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!Topic: %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% '''Code Quickies'''
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This month, we are going to do very short presentations of ourfavorite one-liners and really short
code bits.  Please limit the codeto stuff working on current versions of Linux or *BSD.  The idea
to:
This month, we are going to do very short presentations of our favorite one-liners and really short
code bits.  Please limit your code to stuff working on current versions of Linux or *BSD.  The idea
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#.  up to 5 one-liners or quickies, and
(#.  a laptop with your code, so it can be plugged in to theprojection device, or
#.  a USB jump drive with the code on it, or
#.  a printout so that you can type your code onto the display computer, or
#.  some other way to show off your code, or
#.  you can email the code to me, and I will put it on a USB jumpdrive for you to present from).
to:
#  up to 5 one-liners or quickies, and (
#  a laptop with your code, so it can be plugged in to theprojection device, or
#  a USB jump drive with the code on it, or
#  a printout so that you can type your code onto the display computer, or
#  some other way to show off your code, or
#  you can email the code to me, and I will put it on a USB jumpdrive for you to present from).
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This month, we are going to do very short presentations of ourfavorite one-liners and really short code bits.  Please limit the codeto stuff working on current versions of Linux or *BSD.  The idea isthat everyone (THIS MEANS YOU, DEAR READER!) should bring theirfavorite quickies.  There will be a computer and projection screen todisplay them on.  Please bring:0.  up to 5 one-liners or quickies, and(1.  a laptop with your code, so it can be plugged in to theprojection device, or2.  a USB jump drive with the code on it, or3.  a printout so that you can type your code onto the display computer, or4.  some other way to show off your code, or5.  you can email the code to me, and I will put it on a USB jumpdrive for you to present from).
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This month, we are going to do very short presentations of ourfavorite one-liners and really short
code bits.  Please limit the codeto stuff working on current versions of Linux or *BSD.  The idea
is that
everyone should bring their favorite quickies.  There will be a computer and projection
screen to display them on.  Please
bring:
#
.  up to 5 one-liners or quickies, and
(#.  a laptop with your code, so it can be plugged in to theprojection device, or
#
.  a USB jump drive with the code on it, or
#
.  a printout so that you can type your code onto the display computer, or
#
.  some other way to show off your code, or
#
.  you can email the code to me, and I will put it on a USB jumpdrive for you to present from).
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Please note that we will be meeting at the usual place, the IBMInnovation Center just south of Tanner Electronics.  We expect to moveto the new location in March.


to:

Please note that we will be meeting at the usual place, the IBM Innovation Center just south of
Tanner Electronics.  We expect to move to the new IBM location in Coppell in March.


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This month, we are going to do very short presentations of ourfavorite one-liners and really short code bits.  Please limit the codeto stuff working on current versions of Linux or *BSD.  The idea isthat everyone (THIS MEANS YOU, DEAR READER!) should bring theirfavorite quickies.  There will be a computer and projection screen todisplay them on.  Please bring:0.  up to 5 one-liners or quickies, and(1.  a laptop with your code, so it can be plugged in to theprojection device, or2.  a USB jump drive with the code on it, or3.  a printout so that you can type your code onto the display computer, or4.  some other way to show off your code, or5.  you can email the code to me, and I will put it on a USB jumpdrive for you to present from).
Pizza will be awarded to all who bring some code to present.
Please note that we will be meeting at the usual place, the IBMInnovation Center just south of Tanner Electronics.  We expect to moveto the new location in March.


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'''Date:''' %color=#D80000 font-size=12pt font-weight=600% Thursday, January 3rd, 2013%% %color=#D80000 font-size=12pt font-weight=600% -- %% %color=#D80000 font-size=12pt font-weight=600% 7:00 PM%% %color=#D80000 font-size=12pt font-weight=600%
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'''Date:''' %color=#D80000 font-size=12pt font-weight=600% Thursday, February 7th, 2013%% %color=#D80000 font-size=12pt font-weight=600% -- %% %color=#D80000 font-size=12pt font-weight=600% 7:00 PM%% %color=#D80000 font-size=12pt font-weight=600%
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See you on Thursday, January 3rd at 7:00 PM.
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See you on Thursday, February 7th at 7:00 PM.
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! New!  [[Conferences Page -> http://www.dfwuug.org/wiki/Main/Conferences]].
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!!! New!  [[Conferences Page -> http://www.dfwuug.org/wiki/Main/Conferences]].
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! New!  [[Conferences Page -> http://www.dfwuug.org/wiki/Main/Conferences]]. Place a blurb
about a conference of interest to DFWUUG members and a link to the conference here.
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! New!  [[Conferences Page -> http://www.dfwuug.org/wiki/Main/Conferences]].
Place a blurb about a conference of interest to DFWUUG members and a link to the conference on that page.
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New! Conferences Page [[conferences -> http://www.dfwuug.org/wiki/Main/Conferences]]. Place a blurb
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New! Conferences Page [[conferences -> http://www.dfwuug.org/wiki/Main/Conferences]]. Place a blurb
about a conference of interest to DFWUUG members and a link to the conference here.

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%urgent color=#D80000 font-size=14pt% Our meeting location is the IBM Innovation Center at 13800 Diplomat Drive.    [[<<]][[<<]] Meetings are usually the first Thursday of each month. [[<<]] [[<<]] For directions to IBM:[[IBM Innovation Center in Dallas -> http://www.dfwuug.org/wiki/Main/Directions]] [[<<]] [[<<]] *** The IBM Innovation Center is moving to 1177 South Beltline Road in Coppell, just west of North Lake.  The move will happen in February or March.  Stay tuned.

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%urgent color=#D80000 font-size=14pt% Our meeting location is the IBM Innovation Center at 13800 Diplomat Drive.    [[<<]][[<<]] Meetings are usually the first Thursday of each month. [[<<]] [[<<]] For directions to IBM:[[IBM Innovation Center in Dallas -> http://www.dfwuug.org/wiki/Main/Directions]] [[<<]] [[<<]] *** The IBM Innovation Center is moving to 1177 South Beltline Road in Coppell, just west of North Lake.  The move will happen for the March meeting.  Stay tuned.

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%urgent color=#D80000 font-size=14pt% Our meeting location is the IBM Innovation Center at 13800 Diplomat Drive.    [[<<]][[<<]] Meetings are usually the first Thursday of each month. [[<<]] [[<<]] For directions to IBM:[[IBM Innovation Center in Dallas -> http://www.dfwuug.org/wiki/Main/Directions]] [[<<]] [[<<]] ->The IBM Innovation Center is moving to 1177 South Beltline Road in Coppell, just west of North Lake.  The move will happen in February or March.  Stay tuned.

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%urgent color=#D80000 font-size=14pt% Our meeting location is the IBM Innovation Center at 13800 Diplomat Drive.    [[<<]][[<<]] Meetings are usually the first Thursday of each month. [[<<]] [[<<]] For directions to IBM:[[IBM Innovation Center in Dallas -> http://www.dfwuug.org/wiki/Main/Directions]] [[<<]] [[<<]] *** The IBM Innovation Center is moving to 1177 South Beltline Road in Coppell, just west of North Lake.  The move will happen in February or March.  Stay tuned.

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%urgent color=#D80000 font-size=14pt% Our meeting location is the IBM Innovation Center at 13800 Diplomat Drive.    [[<<]][[<<]] Meetings are usually the first Thursday of each month. [[<<]] [[<<]] For directions to IBM:[[IBM Innovation Center in Dallas -> http://www.dfwuug.org/wiki/Main/Directions]] [[<<]] [[<<]]
->The IBM Innovation Center is moving to 1177 South Beltline Road in Coppell, just west of North Lake.  The move will happen in February or March.  Stay tuned.

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%urgent color=#D80000 font-size=14pt% Our meeting location is the IBM Innovation Center at 13800 Diplomat Drive.    [[<<]][[<<]] Meetings are usually the first Thursday of each month. [[<<]] [[<<]] For directions to IBM:[[IBM Innovation Center in Dallas -> http://www.dfwuug.org/wiki/Main/Directions]] [[<<]] [[<<]] ->The IBM Innovation Center is moving to 1177 South Beltline Road in Coppell, just west of North Lake.  The move will happen in February or March.  Stay tuned.

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%color=#480000 The IBM Innovation Center is moving to 1177 South Beltline Road in Coppell, just west of North Lake.  The move will happen in February or March.  Stay tuned.

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%urgent color=#D80000 font-size=14pt% Our meeting location is the IBM Innovation Center at 13800 Diplomat Drive.    [[<<]][[<<]] Meetings are usually the first Thursday of each month. [[<<]] [[<<]] For directions to IBM:[[IBM Innovation Center in Dallas -> http://www.dfwuug.org/wiki/Main/Directions]] [[<<]] [[<<]] %color=#480000 The IBM Innovation Center is moving to 1177 South Beltline Road in Coppell, just west of North Lake.  The move will happen in February or March.  Stay tuned.

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%urgent color=#D80000 font-size=14pt% Our meeting location is the IBM Innovation Center at 13800 Diplomat Drive.    [[<<]][[<<]] Meetings are usually the first Thursday of each month. [[<<]] [[<<]] For directions to IBM:[[IBM Innovation Center in Dallas -> http://www.dfwuug.org/wiki/Main/Directions]] [[<<]] [[<<]]

%color=#480000 The IBM Innovation Center is moving to 1177 South Beltline Road in Coppell, just west of North Lake.  The move will happen in February or March.  Stay tuned.

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%urgent color=#480000 font-size=14pt% Our meeting location is the IBM Innovation Center at 13800 Diplomat Drive.    [[<<]][[<<]] Meetings are usually the first Thursday of each month. [[<<]] [[<<]] For directions to IBM:[[IBM Innovation Center in Dallas -> http://www.dfwuug.org/wiki/Main/Directions]] [[<<]] [[<<]]
%urgent color=#480000 The IBM Innovation Center is moving to 1177 South Beltline Road in Coppell, just west of North Lake.  The move will happen in February or March.  Stay tuned.

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%urgent color=#D80000 font-size=14pt% Our meeting location is the IBM Innovation Center at 13800 Diplomat Drive.    [[<<]][[<<]] Meetings are usually the first Thursday of each month. [[<<]] [[<<]] For directions to IBM:[[IBM Innovation Center in Dallas -> http://www.dfwuug.org/wiki/Main/Directions]] [[<<]] [[<<]] %color=#480000 The IBM Innovation Center is moving to 1177 South Beltline Road in Coppell, just west of North Lake.  The move will happen in February or March.  Stay tuned.

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%urgent color=#D80000 font-size=14pt% Our meeting location is the IBM Innovation Center at 13800 Diplomat Drive.    [[<<]][[<<]] Meetings are usually the first Thursday of each month. [[<<]] [[<<]] For directions to IBM:[[IBM Innovation Center in Dallas -> http://www.dfwuug.org/wiki/Main/Directions]] [[<<]] [[<<]] The IBM Innovation Center is moving to 1177 South Beltline Road in Coppell, just west of North Lake.  The move will happen in February or March.  Stay tuned.

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!Topic: %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% '''[[NetBSD 6.0 -> http://www.netbsd.org/]] and/or [[IPv6 -> http://www.test-ipv6.com]] '''

[[NetBSD 6.0 -> http://www.netbsd.org/]] has just been released, so this is a good opportunity
to have Eric Schnoebelen give a report on the new features and changes.  Eric will also be prepared
to talk about the very timely topic of [[IPv6 -> http://www.test-ipv6.com]], choice to be made at the meeting.  Come prepared
with questions and influence the topic!  If there's interest and time,
maybe Eric can cover both topics.

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!Topic: %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% '''What's New with [[PostgreSQL -> http://www.postgresql.org/]]'''

In keeping with our database theme started last month with
[[MySQL -> http://www.mysql.com/]] by David Stokes, David Aldrich will give us a report
on the development of the [[PostgreSQL -> http://www.postgresql.org/]] database engine,
covering changes in the latest release and answering all your questions about
the engine.

(we could use presenters about additional database engines other than `MySQL
and `PostgreSQL)
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!Topic: %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% '''NetBSD 6.0 and/or IPv6'''

[[NetBSD 6.0 -> http://www.netbsd.org/]] has just been released, so this is a good opportunity
to have Eric Schnoebelen give a report on the new features and changes.  Eric will also be prepared
to talk about the very timely topic of IPv6, choice to be made at
the meeting.  Come prepared
with questions and influence the topic!  If there's interest
and time,
maybe Eric can cover both topics.

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!Topic: %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% '''The Proper Care and Feeding of [[MySQL -> http://www.mysql.org/]] Databases'''

David Stokes will be talking about [[MySQL -> http://www.mysql.org/]] databases for Linux Administrators
and how databases are different from
the other kind of servers that Linux Admins are most familiar with.
He will also cover how to get the best performance out of them
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!Topic: %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% '''What's New with [[PostgreSQL -> http://www.postgresql.org/]]'''

In keeping with our database theme started last month with
[[MySQL ->
http://www.postgresql.org/]] by David Stokes, David Aldridge will give us a report
on
the development of the [[PostgreSQL -> http://www.postgresql.org/]] database engine,
covering changes in the latest release and answering all your questions about the engine
.

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The quality of pizza at the meetings can be greatly improved with
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! Programmers SIG
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'''Topic:''' TBD

'''Speaker:''' [[Jeff Rush -> mailto:jrush@taupro.com]]

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!Topic: %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% '''The Proper Care and Feeding of [[MySQL -> http://www.mysql.org/]] Databases'''

David Stokes will be talking about [[MySQL -> http://www.mysql.org/]] databases for Linux Administrators
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!Topic: %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% '''UNIX 101: Vi in your browser? [[Pentadactyl -> http://5digits.org/pentadactyl/]] It's all text, by David Aldrich'''

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!Topic: %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% ''' Emacs and the Power of Plain Text '''

Jeff Rush, a power user of Emacs, will demonstrate how he uses Emacs to organize his life, managing
multifile tasklists, hyperlinking plaintext files, encrypting in-place pieces of the files, embedding graphics and executable code in multiple languages into plaintext documents.  An overview of the [[org-mode -> http://orgmode.org/]] and [[org-babel -> http://orgmode.org/worg/org-contrib/babel/]] packages for Emacs.

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multifile tasklists, hyperlinking plaintext files, encrypting in-place pieces of the files, embedding graphics and executable code in multiple languages into plaintext documents.  An overview of the [[org-mode -> http://orgmode.org/]] and [[org-babel -> http://orgmode.org/worg/org-contrib/babel/]] packages for Emacs.
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!Topic: %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% ''' Unix101: File Deduping with bash, by Gordon Burditt'''

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!Topic: %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% '''UNIX 101: Vi in your browser? [[Pentadactyl -> http://5digits.org/pentadactyl/]] It's all text, by David Aldrich'''
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!Topic: %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% ''' Recycling Computers '''

Brad Chism,
of Computer Crusher Recycling, LLC, will talk on how his company disposes the hardware it gets.

See you on Thursday
, April 5 at 7:00 PM.


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!Topic: %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% ''' Emacs and the Power of Plain Text '''

Jeff Rush
, a power user of Emacs, will demonstrate how he uses Emacs to organize his life, managing
multifile tasklists, hyperlinking plaintext files, encrypting in-place pieces of the files, embedding graphics and executable code in multiple languages into simple files
.  An overview of the org-mode and org-babel packages for Emacs.

See you on Thursday, June 7 at 7:00 PM.

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!Topic: %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% ''' Open Mike Night and 2012 Elections '''

And now for something slightly different:

This month is your chance to talk to
the DFWUUG about that neat Linux or Unix utility you have been using for years. Just raise your hand and hop on the Mint 12 laptop to demonstrate your favorite tricks with ls, find, fdisk or whatever.

No powerpoints. No fancy screens, just good old command line fu.

Following the open mike, we will have the nominations and elect the officers for next year. Let Bill or anyone on the board know if you are interested in an exciting career in User Group leadership. We need new ideas and directions to take us clear up to the end of Unix in February, 2038.

See you on Thursday, March 1
at 7:00 PM.


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!Topic: %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% ''' Recycling Computers '''

Brad Chism, of Computer Crusher Recycling, LLC, will talk on how his company disposes the hardware it gets.

See you on Thursday, April 5
at 7:00 PM.


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!Topic: %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% ''' Election Integrity: Past Present, and Future '''

Kurt Hyde holds a bachelor’s degree in Physics and a master’s degree in Systems Management.  Recently retired, he was a computer professional from 1977 until 2011 during which time he has been a Computer Programmer, an Instructor, a Software Course Developer, a Systems Analyst, and a Database Administrator.

As an Adjunct Instructor teaching Systems Analysis at Rivier College in Nashua, New Hampshire, Kurt led his students in a study of a computerized voting booth in 1985 and 1986 and concluded that computerized voting equipment needed what he then called a “Manually Recountable Ballot”, now known as a Voter-Verified Paper Audit Trail (VVPAT). He spoke about that topic on August 14th, 1986 at a symposium he co-chaired at Boston University on August 14th and 15th, 1986. To date, that is still the earliest known public presentation by a computer professional advocating for a mandatory paper trail in electronic voting equipment.

Kurt has written a number of magazine articles on electoral fraud. He is also a retired Lieutenant Colonel from the US Air Force Reserves.

Here are some links:

Here is the announcement for the conference at MIT held on October 1st:  [[http://vote.caltech.edu/drupal/http%3A/%252Fshass.mit.edu/news/news-2011-election-integrity-past-present-and-future]]

Here are the videos of our talks. I’d like to start my talk by playing the first 2 minutes. To see the video of my talk at MIT, advance to about the 27 minute point.  [[http://techtv.mit.edu/collections/vtp/videos/14804-eippf-2011-1-introduction-and-the-past]]


See you on Thursday, February 2
at 7:00 PM.


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!Topic: %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% ''' Open Mike Night and 2012 Elections '''

And now for something slightly different:

This month is your chance to talk to the DFWUUG about that neat Linux or Unix utility you have been using for years. Just raise your hand and hop on the Mint 12 laptop to demonstrate your favorite tricks with ls, find, fdisk or whatever.

No powerpoints. No fancy screens, just good old command line fu.

Following the open mike, we will have the nominations and elect the officers for next year. Let Bill or anyone on the board know if you are interested in an exciting career in User Group leadership. We need new ideas and directions to take us clear up to the end of Unix in February, 2038.

See you on Thursday, March 1
at 7:00 PM.


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Kurt Hyde holds a bachelor’s degree in Physics and a master’s degree in Systems Management.Recently retired, he was a computer professional from 1977 until 2011 during which time he has been aComputer Programmer, an Instructor, a Software Course Developer, a Systems Analyst, and a Database Administrator.

As an Adjunct Instructor teaching Systems Analysis at Rivier College in Nashua, New Hampshire, Kurtled his students in a study of a computerized voting booth in 1985 and 1986 and concluded thatcomputerized voting equipment needed what he then called a “Manually Recountable Ballot”, nowknown as a Voter-Verified Paper Audit Trail (VVPAT). He spoke about that topic on August 14th, 1986 ata symposium he co-chaired at Boston University on August 14th and 15th, 1986. To date, that is still theearliest known public presentation by a computer professional advocating for a mandatory paper trail inelectronic voting equipment.
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Kurt Hyde holds a bachelor’s degree in Physics and a master’s degree in Systems Management.  Recently retired, he was a computer professional from 1977 until 2011 during which time he has been a Computer Programmer, an Instructor, a Software Course Developer, a Systems Analyst, and a Database Administrator.

As an Adjunct Instructor teaching Systems Analysis at Rivier College in Nashua, New Hampshire, Kurt led his students in a study of a computerized voting booth in 1985 and 1986 and concluded that computerized voting equipment needed what he then called a “Manually Recountable Ballot”, now known as a Voter-Verified Paper Audit Trail (VVPAT). He spoke about that topic on August 14th, 1986 at a symposium he co-chaired at Boston University on August 14th and 15th, 1986. To date, that is still the earliest known public presentation by a computer professional advocating for a mandatory paper trail in electronic voting equipment.
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Here are the videos of our talks. I’d like to start my talk by playing the first 2 minutes. To see the videoof my talk at MIT, advance to about the 27 minute point.  [[http://techtv.mit.edu/collections/vtp/videos/14804-eippf-2011-1-introduction-and-the-past]]

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Here are the videos of our talks. I’d like to start my talk by playing the first 2 minutes. To see the video of my talk at MIT, advance to about the 27 minute point.  [[http://techtv.mit.edu/collections/vtp/videos/14804-eippf-2011-1-introduction-and-the-past]]

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Here is the announcement for the conference at MIT held on October 1st:http://vote.caltech.edu/drupal/http%3A/%252Fshass.mit.edu/news/news-2011-election-integrity-past-present-and-future
Here are the videos of our talks. I’d like to start my talk by playing the first 2 minutes. To see the videoof my talk at MIT, advance to about the 27 minute point.


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Here is the announcement for the conference at MIT held on October 1st:  [[http://vote.caltech.edu/drupal/http%3A/%252Fshass.mit.edu/news/news-2011-election-integrity-past-present-and-future]]

Here are the videos of our talks. I’d like to start my talk by playing the first 2 minutes. To see the videoof my talk at MIT, advance to about the 27 minute point.  [[http://techtv.mit.edu/collections/vtp/videos/14804-eippf-2011-1-introduction-and-the-past]]

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!Topic: %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% ''' `Election Integrity: Past Present, and Future '''

Kurt Hyde holds a bachelor’s degree in Physics and a master’s degree in Systems Management.Recently retired, he was a computer professional from 1977 until 2011 during which time he has been aComputer Programmer, an Instructor, a Software Course Developer, a Systems Analyst, and a DatabaseAdministrator.
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!Topic: %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% ''' Election Integrity: Past Present, and Future '''

Kurt Hyde holds a bachelor’s degree in Physics and a master’s degree in Systems Management.Recently retired, he was a computer professional from 1977 until 2011 during which time he has been aComputer Programmer, an Instructor, a Software Course Developer, a Systems Analyst, and a Database Administrator.
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Kurt has written a number of magazine articles on electoral fraud. He is also a retired Lieutenant Colonel from the US Air Force Reserves.
Here are some links:
Here is the announcement for the conference at MIT held on October 1st:http://vote.caltech.edu/drupal/http%3A/%252Fshass.mit.edu/news/news-2011-election-integrity-past-present-and-future
Here are the videos of our talks. I’d like to start my talk by playing the first 2 minutes. To see the videoof my talk at MIT, advance to about the 27 minute point.


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'''SPEAKER:'''  %color=forestgreen font-size=12pt font-weight=bold% ''' Mathias Stearn, 10gen.com '''

Mathias is a technical presenter for 10gen.com, a company that provides commercial support, training and services for the opensource database engine called `MongoDB.

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!Topic: %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% ''' `MongoDB: A Non-Relational, Document-Based Database '''

An introduction to non-relational databases and `MongoDB, an opensource database engine.

See you on Thursday, January 5
at 7:00 PM.
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!Topic: %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% ''' `Election Integrity: Past Present, and Future '''

Kurt Hyde holds a bachelor’s degree in Physics and a master’s degree in Systems Management.Recently retired, he was a computer professional from 1977 until 2011 during which time he has been aComputer Programmer, an Instructor, a Software Course Developer, a Systems Analyst, and a DatabaseAdministrator.
As an Adjunct Instructor teaching Systems Analysis at Rivier College in Nashua, New Hampshire, Kurtled his students in a study of a computerized voting booth in 1985 and 1986 and concluded thatcomputerized voting equipment needed what he then called a “Manually Recountable Ballot”, nowknown as a Voter-Verified Paper Audit Trail (VVPAT). He spoke about that topic on August 14th, 1986 ata symposium he co-chaired at Boston University on August 14th and 15th, 1986. To date, that is still theearliest known public presentation by a computer professional advocating for a mandatory paper trail inelectronic voting equipment.


See you on Thursday, February 2
at 7:00 PM.
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!Topic: %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% ''' IBM Watson Technology Overview and Product Potential '''

Overview of
* technology behind [[http://www-03.ibm.com/innovation/us/watson/|IBM DeepQA]] (aka IBM Watson that won Jeopardy contest)
* near term business impact
* social impact

See you on Thursday, December 1 at 7:00
PM.

'''SPEAKER:'''  %color=forestgreen font-size=12pt font-weight=bold% ''' Paul Newton, IBM Corporation '''

Over 30 years of IT experience involving manufacturing, aerospace, large retail, software product development, support and services.
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!Topic: %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% ''' `MongoDB: A Non-Relational, Document-Based Database '''

An introduction to non-relational databases and `MongoDB, an opensource database engine.

See you on Thursday, January 5 at 7:00
PM.

'''SPEAKER:'''  %color=forestgreen font-size=12pt font-weight=bold% ''' Mathias Stearn, 10gen.com '''

Mathias is a technical presenter for 10gen.com, a company that provides commercial support, training and services for the opensource database engine called `MongoDB.
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- social impact
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* technology behind IBM DeepQA (aka IBM Watson that won Jeopardy contest)
* near term business impact
* social impact
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'''SPEAKER:'''  %color=forestgreen font-size=12pt font-weight=bold% ''' Paul Newton, IBM '''

Eric has been working with UNIX and like systems for many years, and hosts the DFWUUG website at his colocation facility.
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'''SPEAKER:'''  %color=forestgreen font-size=12pt font-weight=bold% ''' Paul Newton, IBM Corporation '''

Over 30 years of IT experience involving manufacturing, aerospace, large retail, software product development, support and services.
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!Topic: %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% ''' The Jabber Protocol: More Than Just Instant Messaging '''

This talk will give an overview of the Jabber protocol, which is XML-based and useful for unusual and business-significant applications.  We'll cover your choices of clients as wellBring on your questions!

See you on Thursday
, November 3 at 7:00 PM.

'''SPEAKER:'''  %color=forestgreen font-size=12pt font-weight=bold% ''' Eric Schoenebelen, DFWUUG member
'''
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!Topic: %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% ''' IBM Watson Technology Overview and Product Potential '''

Overview of
- technology behind IBM DeepQA (aka IBM Watson that won Jeopardy contest)
- near term business impact
- social impact

See you on Thursday, December 1 at 7:00 PM
.

'''SPEAKER:'''
  %color=forestgreen font-size=12pt font-weight=bold% ''' Paul Newton, IBM '''
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!Topic: %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% ''' My [=LAmP=]: Anatomy of an interactive web application '''

This talk will discuss the stack I use to provide interactive web pages.
*Linux
- The OS
*Apache - Web server
*modperl
- insertable modules for the web server
*Postgresql - Database

As a request is handled to serve a web page, each part of the stack interacts with it to handle various aspects of the interaction
.

We will follow some requests through the stack and see what happens at each level and how the levels interact. I will also share my rationale for where certain data is handled and why I chose that level.

See you on Thursday, October 6 at 7:00 PM.

'''SPEAKER:'''  %color=forestgreen font-size=12pt font-weight=bold% ''' David Aldrich, DFWUUG member '''

David has been working with UNIX and like systems since last century, from small desktop systems running a bbs to multiprocessor systems with hundreds of logged in users in a 24/7 shop.

Currently he is involved in a startup company running this stack to train medical students in differential diagnosis
.
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!Topic: %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% ''' The Jabber Protocol: More Than Just Instant Messaging '''

This talk will give an overview of the Jabber protocol, which is XML-based and useful for unusual and business-significant applications.  We'll cover your choices of clients as well.  Bring on your questions!

See you on Thursday, November 3 at 7:00 PM
.

'''SPEAKER:'''  %color=forestgreen font-size=12pt font-weight=bold% ''' Eric Schoenebelen, DFWUUG member '''

Eric has been working with UNIX
and like systems for many years, and hosts the DFWUUG website at his colocation facility.
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Maybe we could also get a [[http://www.thinkgeek.com/homeoffice/kitchen/dea2/?pfm=Carousel_StarTrekCutter_1|Star Trek Pizza Cutter]]
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We now have a [[http://www.thinkgeek.com/homeoffice/kitchen/dea2/?pfm=Carousel_StarTrekCutter_1|Star Trek Pizza Cutter]]
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!Topic: %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% ''' My [=LAmP=]: Anatomy of an interactive web application '''
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As a request is handled to serve a web page. Each part of the stackinteracts with it to handle various aspects of the interaction.

We will follow some requests through the stack and see what happens at eachlevel and how the levels interact. I will also share my rationale for wherecertain data is handled and why I chose that level.
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As a request is handled to serve a web page, each part of the stack interacts with it to handle various aspects of the interaction.

We will follow some requests through the stack and see what happens at each level and how the levels interact. I will also share my rationale for where certain data is handled and why I chose that level.
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David has been working with UNIX and like systems since last century, fromsmall desktop systems running a bbs to multiprocessor systems with hundreds oflogged in users in a 24/7 shop.
Currently he is involved in a startup company running this stack to trainmedical students in differential diagnosis.
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David has been working with UNIX and like systems since last century, from small desktop systems running a bbs to multiprocessor systems with hundreds of logged in users in a 24/7 shop.

Currently he is involved in a startup company running this stack to train medical students in differential diagnosis.
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David has been working with UNIX and like systems since last century, fromsmall desktop systems running a bbs to multiprocessor systems with hundreds oflogged in users in a 24/7 shop.
Currently he is involved in a startup company running this stack to trainmedical students in differential diagnosis.
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This talk will discuss the stack I use to provide interactive web pages.Linux - The OSApache - Web servermodperl - insertable modules for the web serverPostgresql - Database
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This talk will discuss the stack I use to provide interactive web pages.
*
Linux - The OS
*Apache
- Web server
*modperl
- insertable modules for the web server
*Postgresql
- Database
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!Topic: %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% ''' The Skybot Scheduler '''

We’ve heard it before: You use CRON for scheduling on your AIX, UNIX, and Linux systems, but the program’s limitations frustrate you. You have difficulty coordinating schedules among multiple crontab files, or creating complex scripts to deal with dependencies in your scheduled processes. 

Enter Skybot Scheduler, the new, easy-to-use scheduler that helps you schedule jobs across multiple servers and platforms from a single browser display. If your jobs have file or other process dependencies, Skybot can take care of them for you without any additional scripting.

We’ll also go on-line to a live demo system and see how to: 
* Schedule a job using Skybot Scheduler 
* Import your crontab files into Skybot Scheduler 
* Set up cross-server dependencies 
* Monitor for file changes and trigger corresponding processes

See you on Thursday, September 1 at 7:00 PM.

'''SPEAKER:'''  %color=forestgreen font-size=12pt font-weight=bold% ''' Pat Cameron, Director of Automation Technology, Skybot Software '''

Pat Cameron is an IBM System i Specialist,
with more than 25 years of experience with IBM products, from the System/38 to today's Power Systems.

Her background includes implementation planning, operations, and management. Pat teaches online
classes and also travels to customer sites to provide software training and system implementation
 services.


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!Topic: %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% ''' My LAmP: Anatomy of an interactive web application '''

This talk will discuss the stack I use to provide interactive web pages.Linux - The OSApache - Web servermodperl - insertable modules for the web serverPostgresql - Database
As a request is handled to serve a web page. Each part of the stackinteracts with it to handle various aspects of the interaction.
We will follow some requests through the stack and see what happens at eachlevel and how the levels interact. I will also share my rationale for wherecertain data is handled and why I chose that level.

See you on Thursday, October 6 at 7:00 PM.

'''SPEAKER:'''  %color=forestgreen font-size=12pt font-weight=bold% ''' David Aldrich, DFWUUG member
'''


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We’ll also go on-line to a live demo system and see how to: 
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Schedule a job using Skybot Scheduler 
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Import your crontab files into Skybot Scheduler 
*
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*
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!Topic: %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% ''' Tour of the IBM Innovation Center '''

We have been using a small part of the IBM Innovation Center to conduct our monthly meetings this past year.
There is more to the Innovation center than a nice meeting room, large snack area and meeting rooms. So this month John and the staff at the Innovation Center have invited us all to tour the real heart of the Innovation Center - the machine rooms. WARNING: for those of you who have forgotten: MACHINE ROOMS ARE COLD. Bring a sweater or light jacket - really cold.
The Innovation Center has three machine rooms and we will be touring them all - Z series mainframes; P series mini-computers using Power PC chips; and X series Intel
and AMD powered servers.

Since this is a special meeting - Please RSVP to president@dfwuug
.org so we can make sure we have enough pizza and tour guides.

See you on Thursday, August 4 at 7:00 PM
.

'''SPEAKER:'''  %color=forestgreen font-size=12pt font-weight=bold% ''' Jeff McNeely and Friends '''

John has lined up a group of volunteers
from the IBM Innovation Center to conduct the tours and answer your questions. Let's show them a good crowd.
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!Topic: %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% ''' The Skybot Scheduler '''

We’ve heard it before: You use CRON for scheduling on your AIX, UNIX, and Linux systems, but the program’s limitations frustrate you. You have difficulty coordinating schedules among multiple crontab files, or creating complex scripts to deal with dependencies in your scheduled processes. 

Enter Skybot Scheduler,
the new, easy-to-use scheduler that helps you schedule jobs across multiple servers and platforms from a single browser display. If your jobs have file or other process dependencies, Skybot can take care of them for you without any additional scripting.  

We’ll also go on
-line to a live demo system and see how to: • Schedule a job using Skybot Scheduler • Import your crontab files into Skybot Scheduler • Set up cross-server dependencies • Monitor for file changes and trigger corresponding processes
See you on Thursday, September 1 at 7:00 PM
.

'''SPEAKER:'''  %color=forestgreen font-size=12pt font-weight=bold% ''' Pat Cameron, Director of Automation Technology, Skybot Software '''

Pat Cameron is Director of Automation Technology at Skybot Software
. She is an IBM System i Specialist,
with more than 25 years of experience with IBM products,
from the System/38 to today's Power Systems.
Her background includes implementation planning, operations, and management. Pat teaches online
classes and also travels to customer sites to provide software training and system implementation
 services
.
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'''SPEAKER:'''  %color=forestgreen font-size=12pt font-weight=bold% ''' Jeff McNeely and Friends '''
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The Innovation center has three machine rooms and we will be touring them all - Z series mainframes; P series mini computers using Power PC chips; and X series Intel and AMD powered servers.
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The Innovation Center has three machine rooms and we will be touring them all - Z series mainframes; P series mini-computers using Power PC chips; and X series Intel and AMD powered servers.
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David Stokes is the `MySQL Community Manager at Oracle. David has worked for `MySQL for many years. He is back
working at Oracle to help
them reach out to the `MySQL community.
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!Topic: %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% ''' Open Source BI Reporting Tools '''

Every DBA and systems administrator gets the same request. Show me the Data. Pulling a simple text document with data out of a SQL select or performance info from a monitor is just so boring. Use a BI reporting tool to
create a PDF, spreadsheet, web page or other presentation format. David shows us how.

'''SPEAKER:'''  %color=forestgreen font-size=12pt font-weight=bold% ''' David Stokes
'''
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!Topic: %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% ''' Tour of the IBM Innovation Center '''

We have been using a small part of the IBM Innovation Center to conduct our monthly meetings this past year.
There is more to the Innovation center than a nice meeting room, large snack area and meeting rooms. So this month John and the staff at the Innovation Center have invited us all to tour the real heart of the Innovation Center - the machine rooms. WARNING: for those of you who have forgotten: MACHINE ROOMS ARE COLD. Bring a sweater or light jacket - really cold.
The Innovation center has three machine rooms and we will be touring them all - Z series mainframes; P series mini computers using Power PC chips; and X series Intel and AMD powered servers.

Since this is a special meeting - Please RSVP to president@dfwuug.org so we can make sure we have enough pizza and tour guides.

See you on Thursday, August 4 at 7:00 PM.

'''SPEAKER:'''  %color=forestgreen font-size=12pt font-weight=bold% ''' John McNeely and Friends
'''
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'''Topic: Meet with a local recruiter about job hunting methods and prospects.'''
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'''Topic: Meet with Greg Burleson from Babich to speak at the Career SIG about job prospects.''' 

'''Leader: Bill Knight
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'''Date:''' %color=#D80000 font-size=12pt font-weight=600% Thursday, July 5, 2011%% %color=#D80000 font-size=12pt font-weight=600% -- %% %color=#D80000 font-size=12pt font-weight=600% 7:00 PM%% %color=#D80000 font-size=12pt font-weight=600%
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!Topic: %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% ''' The Coming Changeover to `IPv6 Addressing '''

June 8th is "World `IPv6 Day" when much of the Internet will turn on, for 24-hours, `IPv6 addresses for many of their services to encourage everyone to test their degree of support.  Today the Internet runs on `IPv4 addresses but we've run out of unallocated ones so the time has come to migrateCome participate in a discussion about the challenges network engineers face, the security implications and how the end-user on the Internet is going to be affected.

'''SPEAKER:'''  %color=forestgreen font-size=12pt font-weight=bold% ''' Eric Schoenebelen '''

Eric Schoenebelen is a long-time member of DFWUUG, a network engineer and hosting service provider.  He is also an advocate of `IPv6, and of anything BSD-related
.
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!Topic: %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% ''' Open Source BI Reporting Tools '''

Every DBA and systems administrator gets the same request. Show me the Data. Pulling a simple text document with data out of a SQL select or performance info from a monitor is just so boring. Use a BI reporting tool to
create a PDF, spreadsheet, web page or other presentation format. David shows us how
.

'''SPEAKER:'''
  %color=forestgreen font-size=12pt font-weight=bold% ''' David Stokes '''

David Stokes is the `MySQL Community Manager at Oracle. David has worked for `MySQL for many years. He is back
working at Oracle to help them reach out to the `MySQL community
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* Carnivore (if U can have vegan...)
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(talk desc)

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(speaker desc)

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!Topic: %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% ''' The Coming Changeover to `IPv6 Addressing '''

June 8th is "World `IPv6 Day" when much of the Internet will turn on, for 24-hours, `IPv6 addresses for many of their services to encourage everyone to test their degree of support.  Today the Internet runs on `IPv4 addresses but we've run out of unallocated ones so the time has come to migrate.  Come participate in a discussion about the challenges network engineers face, the security implications and how the end-user on the Internet is going to be affected.

'''SPEAKER:'''  %color=forestgreen font-size=12pt font-weight=bold% ''' Eric Schoenebelen '''

Eric Schoenebelen is a long-time member of DFWUUG, a network engineer and hosting service provider.  He is also an advocate of `IPv6, and of anything BSD-related.

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This month we have a double-feature, two club members will speak on unrelated topics, each for 45-minutes.  Please thank them for stepping forward at the last minute when we lacked a speaker.

!Topic #1: %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% ''' Network Access Security '''

How to use `FreeRADIUS and `OpenLDAP to build your Network Access Security system.

'''SPEAKER:'''  %color=forestgreen font-size=12pt font-weight=bold% ''' William Chipman, DFWUUG President '''

Bill is currently president of DFWUUG and is involved daily in architecting network security systems.

!Topic #2: %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% ''' Stump the Oracle Guru '''

Mary will entertain questions from the audience about the Oracle Database Engine and its architecture.  If there are no questions, she will ask ''you'' questions.

'''SPEAKER:'''  %color=forestgreen font-size=12pt font-weight=bold% ''' Mary Elizabeth `McNeely, [[McNeely Technology Solutions, Inc. ->  http://www.mcneelytech.com/]] '''

Mary is president of the [[Dallas Oracle Users Group -> http://www.doug.org/]] as well as founder of [[McNeely Technology Solutions, Inc. -> http://www.mcneelytech.com/]]


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!Topic: %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% ''' TBD '''

(talk desc)

'''SPEAKER:'''  %color=forestgreen font-size=12pt font
-weight=bold% ''' TBD '''

(speaker desc)

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'''Speaker:'''  %color=forestgreen font-size=12pt font-weight=bold% ''' William Chipman, DFWUUG President '''

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'''SPEAKER:'''  %color=forestgreen font-size=12pt font-weight=bold% ''' William Chipman, DFWUUG President '''
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'''Speaker:'''  %color=forestgreen font-size=12pt font-weight=bold% ''' Mary Elizabeth `McNeely, [[McNeely Technology Solutions, Inc. ->  http://www.mcneelytech.com/]] '''

!Abstract
Mary will entertain
questions from the audience about the Oracle Database Engine and its architecture.

!Bio
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!Topic #2: %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% ''' Stump the Oracle Guru '''

Mary will entertain questions from the audience about the Oracle Database Engine and its architecture.  If there are no questions, she will ask ''you'' questions.

'''SPEAKER:'''  %color=forestgreen font-size=12pt font-weight=bold% ''' Mary Elizabeth `McNeely, [[McNeely Technology Solutions, Inc. ->  http://www.mcneelytech.com/]] '''
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This month we have a double-feature, two club members will speak on unrelated topics, each for 45-minutes.  Please thank them for stepping forward at the last minute when lacked a speaker.
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This month we have a double-feature, two club members will speak on unrelated topics, each for 45-minutes.  Please thank them for stepping forward at the last minute when we lacked a speaker.
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'''Speaker:'''  %color=forestgreen font-size=12pt font-weight=bold% ''' /TBD/
'''

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This month we have a double-feature, two club members will speak on unrelated topics, each for 45-minutes.  Please thank them for stepping forward at the last minute when lacked a speaker.

'''Topic #1:''' %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% ''' Network Access Security '''
'''Speaker:'''  %color=forestgreen font-size=12pt font-weight=bold% ''' William Chipman, DFWUUG President '''

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How to use `FreeRADIUS and `OpenLDAP to build your Network Access Security system.
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Bill is currently president of DFWUUG and is involved daily in architecting network security systems.

'''Topic #2:''' %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% ''' Stump the Oracle Guru '''
'''Speaker:'''
  %color=forestgreen font-size=12pt font-weight=bold% ''' Mary Elizabeth `McNeely, [[McNeely Technology Solutions, Inc. ->  http://www.mcneelytech.com/]] '''

!Abstract
Mary will entertain questions from the audience about the Oracle Database Engine and its architecture.

!Bio
Mary is president of the [[Dallas Oracle Users Group -> http://www.doug.org/]] as well as founder of [[McNeely Technology Solutions, Inc. -> http://www.mcneelytech.com/]]

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'''Topic(s):''' %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% ''' "An Agile Cloud Infrastructure"'''


'''Speaker:'''  %color=forestgreen font-size=12pt font-weight=bold% ''' Kaiser Saeed, Program Manager – ISV enablement, Cloud Computing, IBM '''

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'''Speaker:'''  %color=forestgreen font-size=12pt font-weight=bold% ''' /TBD/ '''

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Traditional server environments pose several challenges: high labor and capital costs,
long development cycles and greater risk for configuration errors. Organizations are now
finding ways to meet these challenges using cloud computing.

IBM Smart Business Development and Test on the IBM Cloud is built on an agile cloud
infrastructure that is designed to provide you with rapid access to security-rich,
enterprise-class virtual server environments, well suited for development and
test activities and other dynamic workloads.

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Kaiser has been in the Computer Industry for the last twenty years with majority of his career at IBM. During this time, he has worked on a variety of projects, from product development/deployment to cross-platform application enablements to Cloud Computing. He is now focused on the IBM Smart Business Cloud and is responsible for onboarding ISVs to the IBM Cloud. He is involved in Technology evaluations to enhance IBM Cloud functionality and to provide an easy to follow process for onboarding to the IBM Cloud.

Kaiser has B. S. in Computer Science and an MBA.

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%urgent color=#D80000 font-size=14pt% Our meeting location is the IBM Innovation Center at 13800 Diplomat Drive.    [[<<]][[<<]] Meetings are usually the first Thursday of each month. [[<<]] [[<<]] For directions to IBM:[[IBM Innovation Center in Dallas -> http://www.dfwuug.org/wiki/Main/Directions]]

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'''Topic(s):''' %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% ''' "An Introduction to Android Development"'''


'''Speaker:'''  %color=forestgreen font-size=12pt font-weight=bold% ''' Narender Ramireddy,\\
Technical Lead, IBM Chiphopper Partner Program, IBM
'''
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'''Topic(s):''' %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% ''' "An Agile Cloud Infrastructure"'''


'''Speaker:'''  %color=forestgreen font-size=12pt font-weight=bold% ''' Kaiser Saeed, Program Manager – ISV enablement, Cloud Computing, IBM '''

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 1. Android architecture
[[<<]] 2. How phone and tablet vendors can build an Android stack for their devices
.
[[<<]] 3. How developers:
[[<<]]    a. download the SDK,
[[<<]]    b. develop and test on Android virtual devices,
[[<<]]    c. test on a real device, and
[[<<]]    d. publish apps.
[[<<]] 4. If time permits, show a demo on building a Hello World app and test on the Android Virtual Device
.
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Traditional server environments pose several challenges: high labor and capital costs,
long development cycles and greater risk for configuration errors
. Organizations are now
finding ways to meet these challenges using cloud computing.

IBM Smart Business Development and Test on the IBM Cloud is built on an agile cloud
infrastructure that is designed to provide you with rapid access to security-rich,
enterprise-class virtual server environments, well suited for development and
test activities and other dynamic workloads
.
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Narender Ramireddy is a Senior IT Specialist in the IBM Developer Relations organization.
Narender is the technical lead for the
IBM Chiphopper™ partner program.  
He works with [=ISVs=] in porting applications to Linux/IBM platforms
. 
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Kaiser has been in the Computer Industry for the last twenty years with majority of his career at IBM. During this time, he has worked on a variety of projects, from product development/deployment to cross-platform application enablements to Cloud Computing. He is now focused on the IBM Smart Business Cloud and is responsible for onboarding ISVs to the IBM Cloud. He is involved in Technology evaluations to enhance IBM Cloud functionality and to provide an easy to follow process for onboarding to the IBM Cloud.

Kaiser has B. S. in Computer Science and an MBA.

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He works with ISVs in porting applications to Linux/IBM platforms. 
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'''Speaker:'''  %color=forestgreen font-size=12pt font-weight=bold% ''' Narender Ramireddy,\\
Technical Lead, IBM Chiphopper Partner Program, IBM '''
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'''Speaker:'''  %color=forestgreen font-size=12pt font-weight=bold% ''' Narender Ramireddy, Technical Lead, IBM Chiphopper Partner Program, IBM '''
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'''Speaker:'''  %color=forestgreen font-size=12pt font-weight=bold% ''' Narender Ramireddy, \\ Technical Lead, IBM Chiphopper Partner Program, IBM '''

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[[<<]] 2. How phone and tablet vendors can build an Android stack for their devices.
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Technical
Lead, IBM Chiphopper Partner Program, IBM '''

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[[<<]]  c. test on a real device, and
[[<<]]  d. publish apps.
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[[<<]]    b. develop and test on Android virtual devices,
[[<<]]    c. test on a real device, and
[[<<]]    d. publish apps.
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\\ 2. How phone and tablet vendors build an Android stack for their devices.
\\ 3. How developers:
\\  a. download the SDK,
\\  b. develop and test on Android virtual devices,
\\  c. test on a real device, and
\\  d. publish apps.
\\ 4. If time permits, show a demo on building a Hello World app and test on the Android Virtual Device.


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[[<<]] 1. Android architecture
[[<<]] 2. How phone and tablet vendors build an Android stack for their devices.
[[<<]] 3. How developers:
[[<<]]  a. download the SDK,
[[<<]]  b. develop and test on Android virtual devices,
[[<<]]  c. test on a real device, and
[[<<]]  d. publish apps.
[[<<]] 4. If time permits, show a demo on building a Hello World app and test on the Android Virtual Device.


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\\2. How phone and tablet vendors build an Android stack for their devices.
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\\ 2. How phone and tablet vendors build an Android stack for their devices.
\\ 3. How developers:
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2. How phone and tablet vendors build an Android stack for their devices.

3. How developers:

  a. download the SDK,

  b. develop and test on Android virtual devices,

  c. test on a real device, and

  d. publish apps.

4. If time permits, show a demo on building a Hello World app and test on the Android Virtual Device.


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\\1. Android architecture
\\2. How phone and tablet vendors build an Android stack for their devices.
\\3. How developers:
\\  a. download the SDK,
\\  b. develop and test on Android virtual devices,
\\  c. test on a real device, and
\\  d. publish apps.
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'''Speaker:'''  %color=forestgreen font-size=12pt font-weight=bold% ''' Narender Ramireddy, Technical Lead, IBM Chiphopper Partner Program, IBM '''

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'''Speaker:'''  %color=forestgreen font-size=12pt font-weight=bold% ''' Narender Ramireddy, 

Technical
Lead, IBM Chiphopper Partner Program, IBM '''

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Android architecture.
* 1. Android architecture
* 2. How phone and tablet vendors build an Android stack for their
devices.
* 3. How developers:
*   a. download the SDK,
*   b. develop and test on Android virtual devices,
*   c. test on a real device, and
*   d. publish apps.
*
4. If time permits, show a demo on building a Hello World app and test on the Android Virtual Device.


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1.
Android architecture

2
. How phone and tablet vendors build an Android stack for their devices.

3. How developers:

  a. download the SDK,

  b. develop and test on Android virtual devices,

  c. test on a real device, and

  d. publish apps.

4
. If time permits, show a demo on building a Hello World app and test on the Android Virtual Device.


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He works with ISV’s in porting applications to Linux/IBM platforms. 
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He works with ISVs in porting applications to Linux/IBM platforms. 
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* 4. If time permits show a demo on building a Hello World app and test on the Android Virtual Device
2. How phone and tablet vendors build an Android stack for their devices.2. How phone and tablet vendors build an Android stack for their devices2. How phone and tablet vendors build an Android stack for their device2. How phone and tablet vendors build an Android stack for their devices


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   b. develop and test on Android virtual devices,
   c. test on a real device, and
   d. publish apps.4. If time permits show a demo on building a Hello World app and test on the Android Virtual Device
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* 1. Android architecture
* 2
. How phone and tablet vendors build an Android stack for their devices.
*
3. How developers:
*   a. download the SDK,
*   b. develop and test on Android virtual devices,
*   c. test on a real device, and
*   d. publish apps.
*
4. If time permits show a demo on building a Hello World app and test on the Android Virtual Device
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%urgent color=#D80000 font-size=14pt%  Our meeting location is the IBM Innovation Center at 13800 Diplomat Drive.    [[<<]][[<<]] Meetings are usually the first Thursday of each month. [[<<]] [[<<]] For directions to IBM:[[IBM Innovation Center in Dallas -> http://www.dfwuug.org/wiki/Main/Directions]]

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'''Speaker:'''  %color=forestgreen font-size=12pt font-weight=bold% ''' Kaiser Saeed, Program Manager – ISV enablement, Cloud Computing, IBM '''

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'''Speaker:'''  %color=forestgreen font-size=12pt font-weight=bold% ''' Narender Ramireddy, Technical Lead, IBM Chiphopper Partner Program, IBM '''

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Traditional server environments pose several challenges: high labor and capital costs,
long development cycles and greater risk for configuration errors
. Organizations are now
finding ways to meet these challenges using cloud computing.

IBM Smart Business Development and Test
on the IBM Cloud is built on an agile cloud
infrastructure that is designed to provide you with rapid access to security-rich,
enterprise-class virtual server environments, well suited for development and
test activities and other dynamic workloads.

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An Introduction to Android

Android architecture.
1. Android architecture2. How phone
and tablet vendors build an Android stack for their devices.3. How developers:
   a. download the SDK,
   b. develop and test on Android virtual devices,
   c. test
on a real device, and
   d. publish apps.4. If time permits show a demo on building a Hello World app and test on the Android Virtual Device

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Kaiser has been in the Computer Industry for the last twenty years with majority of his career at IBM. During this time, he has worked on a variety of projects, from product development/deployment to cross-platform application enablements to Cloud Computing. He is now focused on the IBM Smart Business Cloud and is responsible for onboarding ISVs to the IBM Cloud. He is involved in Technology evaluations to enhance IBM Cloud functionality and to provide an easy to follow process for onboarding to the IBM Cloud.

Kaiser has B. S. in Computer Science and an MBA.

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Narender Ramireddy is a Senior IT Specialist in the IBM Developer Relations organization.
Narender is the technical lead for the
IBM Chiphopper™ partner program.  
He works with ISV’s in porting applications to Linux/IBM platforms
. 
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%urgent color=#D80000 font-size=14pt% == FEBRUARY MEETING CANCELLED == [[<<]] [[<<]] Our meeting location is the IBM Innovation Center at 13800 Diplomat Drive.    [[<<]][[<<]] Meetings are usually the first Thursday of each month. [[<<]] [[<<]] For directions to IBM:[[IBM Innovation Center in Dallas -> http://www.dfwuug.org/wiki/Main/Directions]]

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Kaiser has been in the Computer Industry for the last twenty years with majority of his career at IBM. During this time, he has worked on a verity of projects, from product development/deployment to cross-platform application enablements to Cloud Computing. He is now focused on the IBM Smart Business Cloud and is responsible for onboarding ISVs to the IBM Cloud. He is involved in Technology evaluations to enhance IBM Cloud functionality and to provide an easy to follow process for onboarding to the IBM Cloud.
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Kaiser has been in the Computer Industry for the last twenty years with majority of his career at IBM. During this time, he has worked on a variety of projects, from product development/deployment to cross-platform application enablements to Cloud Computing. He is now focused on the IBM Smart Business Cloud and is responsible for onboarding ISVs to the IBM Cloud. He is involved in Technology evaluations to enhance IBM Cloud functionality and to provide an easy to follow process for onboarding to the IBM Cloud.
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Coming shortly ....
                                                                                   

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Kaiser has been in the Computer Industry for the last twenty years with majority of his career at IBM. During this time, he has worked on a verity of projects, from product development/deployment to cross-platform application enablements to Cloud Computing. He is now focused on the IBM Smart Business Cloud and is responsible for onboarding ISVs to the IBM Cloud. He is involved in Technology evaluations to enhance IBM Cloud functionality and to provide an easy to follow process for onboarding to the IBM Cloud.

Kaiser has B. S. in Computer Science and an MBA.

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'''Topic(s):''' %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% ''' "An Agile Cloud Infrastructure"''' and ''' "docsh: a real-time shell for web documentation"'''


'''Speaker:'''  %color=forestgreen font-size=12pt font-weight=bold% ''' Kaiser Saeed
, Program Manager – ISV enablement, Cloud Computing '''

'''
!Web bonus - a preview of a coming talk:
Data storage is just one element in the application delivery ecosystem, but it turns out that it is often the critical performance bottleneck.  A number of new technologies have recently come to market that optimize storage performance.  This session reviews several of these innovations and explains how performance-optimization technologies can be easily integrated into the existing storage infrastructure.

!Topics Include:
* Sequential versus random disk I/O

* Solid state media:  SLC flash, MLC flash, and DRAM
* Form factors of solid state storage devices
* SQL database acceleration
* MS Exchange acceleration
* Accelerating server virtualization platforms
* File system tiering and acceleration 
* Dynamically tiered storage in a SAN array
* Application-level quality of service (QoS)
* 3rd party caching appliances
* Solid state storage with deduplication
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'''Topic(s):''' %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% ''' "An Agile Cloud Infrastructure"'''


'''Speaker:'''  %color=forestgreen font-size=12pt font-weight=bold% ''' Kaiser Saeed, Program Manager – ISV enablement, Cloud Computing, IBM '''


!Abstract
Traditional server environments pose several challenges: high labor and capital costs,
long development cycles and greater risk for configuration errors. Organizations are now
finding ways to meet these challenges using cloud computing.

IBM Smart Business Development and Test on the IBM Cloud is built on an agile cloud
infrastructure that is designed to provide you with rapid access to security-rich,
enterprise-class virtual server environments, well suited for development and
test activities and other dynamic workloads.

!Bio
Coming shortly ....
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'''Speaker:'''  %color=forestgreen font-size=12pt font-weight=bold% ''' Jon Sandruck, Owner 'ohtwentyone design firm'''

'''Speaker:'''  %color=forestgreen font-size=12pt font-weight=bold% ''' John Rigler, DFWUUG'''

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'''
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'''Presenter’s Bio:'''\\

Cambridge Computer is a national integrator specializing in data storage and data protection solutions.  Talk will be by one of their Senior engineers.   
                                                                     
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'''Speaker (time permitting):'''  %color=forestgreen font-size=12pt font-weight=bold% ''' John Rigler, Owner 'ohtwentyone design firm
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%color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% ''' "docsh: a real-time shell for web documentation"'''


'''Speaker (time permitting):'''  %color=forestgreen font-size=12pt font-weight=bold% ''' John Rigler, Owner 'ohtwentyone design firm'''


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'''Speaker:'''  %color=forestgreen font-size=12pt font-weight=bold% ''' Jon Sandruck, Owner 'ohtwentyone.com '''
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'''Speaker:'''  %color=forestgreen font-size=12pt font-weight=bold% ''' Jeff Rush, DFWUUG President '''
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As a software development consultant for many years, I have often been asked                        
how someone can get into the business.  This talk will cover those               
                
experiences, from finding clients and setting rates to taking care of taxes     
                 
and contracts.
                                                                                     
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!Description:
Data storage is just one element in the application delivery ecosystem, but it turns out that it is often the critical performance bottleneck.
  A number of new technologies have recently come to market that optimize storage performance.  This session reviews several of these innovations and explains how performance-optimization technologies can be easily integrated into the existing storage infrastructure.

!Topics Include:
* Sequential versus random disk I/O
 
* Solid state media:  SLC flash, MLC flash, and DRAM
* Form factors of solid state storage devices
* SQL database acceleration
* MS Exchange acceleration
* Accelerating server virtualization platforms
* File system tiering and acceleration
 
* Dynamically tiered storage in a SAN array
* Application-level quality of service (QoS)
* 3rd party caching appliances

* Solid state storage with deduplication
                                                                                   
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Jeff is a current and past officer in DFWUUG as well as being involved in the                       
the local Python, Transhumanist and Martial Arts usergroups.  He has operated                       
a one-man software development consulting business since 1984 and is a                             
director of the Python Software Foundation.  His business covers web                               
technologies, Linux systems including embedded devices, electronics design as                       
well as training services
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Cambridge Computer is a national integrator specializing in data storage and data protection solutions.  Talk will be by one of their Senior engineers.                                                                         
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As a software development consultant for many years, I have often been asked                       
how someone can get into the business.  This talk will cover those                                 
experiences, from finding clients and setting rates to taking care of taxes                         
and contracts.                                                                                     

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Jeff is a current and past officer in DFWUUG as well as being involved in the                       
the local Python, Transhumanist and Martial Arts usergroups.  He has operated                       
a one-man software development consulting business since 1984 and is a                             
director of the Python Software Foundation.  His business covers web                               
technologies, Linux systems including embedded devices, electronics design as                       
well as training services.                                                                         
 
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!!%red%Will this meeting be canceled/rescheduled because of game 7 of the world series?
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Have you ever had a great idea?  Even if the idea is unrelated to your job or company, you better be
careful.  Come and join in a discussion with Evan Brown as he talks about his experiences with Intellectual
Property rights.


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Evan is a 1978 graduate of Texas A&M and has a lifetime of designing/building/programming computer systems.
He was hired by DSC Communications in 1987 as an assembly language programmer for the STP project.
DSC (acquired by Alcatel in 1998) was in the telecommunications business and Evan (on his own time)
came up with an idea for how to solve the software reverse engineering problem  of converting machine
executable (binary) code into higher level source code. DSC sued Evan in Collin County District Court and
the litigation lasted over 7 years.


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Maybe we could also get a [[Star Trek Pizza Cutter|http://www.thinkgeek.com/homeoffice/kitchen/dea2/?pfm=Carousel_StarTrekCutter_1]]
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Maybe we could also get a [[Star Trek Pizza Cutter|http://www.thinkgeek.com/homeoffice/kitchen/dea2/?pfm=Carousel_StarTrekCutter_1]]
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* [[Click here for instant DFWUUG Web Chat -> http://webchat.freenode.net?channels=dfwuug]] \\
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* [[Click here for instant DFWUUG Web Chat -> http://webchat.freenode.net?channels=dfwuug]] \\
* [[How to Get Started with Internet-Relay-Chat (IRC) -> http://www.wikihow.com/Get-Started-with-IRC-%28Internet-Relay-Chat%29]]
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[[How to Get Started with Internet-Relay-Chat (IRC) -> http://www.wikihow.com/Get-Started-with-IRC-%28Internet-Relay-Chat%29]]
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%p sidebar color=#606060 font-size=11pt font-weight=600% We have a chatroom!  '''''#dfwuug''''' on server '''''irc.freenode.net''''' [[<<]][[<<]]Want to talk about Unix 24/7?  Have a quick question about Linux? [[<<]] [[How to Get Started with Internet-Relay-Chat (IRC) -> http://www.wikihow.com/Get-Started-with-IRC-%28Internet-Relay-Chat%29]]
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%p sidebar color=#606060 font-size=11pt font-weight=600% We have a chatroom!  '''''#dfwuug''''' on server '''''irc.freenode.net''''' [[<<]][[<<]]Want to talk about Unix 24/7?  Have a quick question about Linux? [[<<]] * [[Click here for Web Chat -> http://webchat.freenode.net?channels=dfwuug]]
* [[How to
Get Started with Internet-Relay-Chat (IRC) -> http://www.wikihow.com/Get-Started-with-IRC-%28Internet-Relay-Chat%29]]
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!New DFWUUG project

Pizza Imporvement Sig

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!New DFWUUG project - Pizza Improvement
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more variety of stoppings and obtaining it from a different franchise.
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Have you ever had a great "idea"?  Even if the idea is unrelated to your job or company, you better be
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Have you ever had a great idea?  Even if the idea is unrelated to your job or company, you better be
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'''Speaker:'''  %color=forestgreen font-size=12pt font-weight=bold% '''[[ Evan Brown dfwuug Past President ]]'''
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'''Speaker:'''  %color=forestgreen font-size=12pt font-weight=bold% ''' Evan Brown, DFWUUG Past President '''
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'''Speaker:'''  %color=forestgreen font-size=12pt font-weight=bold% '''[[ Evan Brown DFWUUG Past President ]]'''
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'''Speaker:'''  %color=forestgreen font-size=12pt font-weight=bold% '''[[ Evan Brown dfwuug Past President ]]'''
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Have you ever had a great "idea".  Even if the idea is unrelated to your job or company, you better be
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Have you ever had a great "idea"?  Even if the idea is unrelated to your job or company, you better be
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'''Topic:''' Writing effective resumes and other job seeking insider tips.
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'''Date:''' %color=#D80000 font-size=12pt font-weight=600% Thursday, October 7, 2010%% %color=#D80000 font-size=12pt font-weight=600% -- %% %color=#D80000 font-size=12pt font-weight=600% 7:00 PM%% %color=#D80000 font-size=12pt font-weight=600%
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'''Speaker:'''  %color=forestgreen font-size=12pt font-weight=bold% '''[[ Evan Brown, DFWUUG Past President ]]'''
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'''Speaker:'''  %color=forestgreen font-size=12pt font-weight=bold% '''[[ Evan Brown DFWUUG Past President ]]'''
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'''Topic(s):''' %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% ''' Who Owns Your Brain?" Commentary and Discussion '''
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'''Topic(s):''' %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% ''' "Who Owns Your Brain?" Commentary and Discussion '''
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Evan is a 1978 graduate of Texas A&M and a lifetime of designing/building/programming computer systems.
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Evan is a 1978 graduate of Texas A&M and has a lifetime of designing/building/programming computer systems.
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executable (Binary) code into higher level source code. DSC sued Evan in Collin County District Court and
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executable (binary) code into higher level source code. DSC sued Evan in Collin County District Court and
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'''Speaker:'''  %color=forestgreen font-size=12pt font-weight=bold% '''[[Evan Brown, DFWUUG Past President]]'''
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'''Speaker:'''  %color=forestgreen font-size=12pt font-weight=bold% '''[[ Evan Brown, DFWUUG Past President ]]'''
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Unix user since 1983.  Author of the ImPress Tclet and standalone vector editor.  Contributor of many recipes and extensions to PmWiki (used by DFWUUG).  President of the North Texas Linux Users Group.

'''Door Prizes:'''\\
Oh yes.... Chris loves to give away door prizes.
  So come if you want a chance to win something nice!!
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Evan is a 1978 graduate of Texas A&M and a lifetime of designing/building/programming computer systems.
He was hired by DSC Communications in 1987 as an assembly language programmer for
the STP project.
DSC (acquired by Alcatel in 1998) was in the telecommunications business and Evan (on his own time)
came up with an idea for how to solve the software reverse engineering problem  of converting machine
executable (Binary) code into higher level source code. DSC sued Evan in Collin County District Court and
the litigation lasted over 7 years.

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'''Topic(s):''' %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% ''' Agentless Computer Inventory Systems '''

'''Speaker:'''  %color=forestgreen font-size=12pt font-weight=bold% '''[[Profiles/Ccox|Chris Cox]]'''
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'''Topic(s):''' %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% ''' Who Owns Your Brain?" Commentary and Discussion '''

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Everyone has one, everyone needs one... it's that inventory system.  But many are stale and lifeless.  Many are limited in their scope.  As a Systems Administrator, Chris has spent the past 4 years building an easier system for collecting information without the need for client side agents.
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Have You ever had a great "idea".  Even if the idea is unrelated to your job or company, you better be
careful.  Come and join in
a discussion with Evan Brown as he talks about his experiences with Intellectual
Property rights
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!New DFWUUG project

Pizza Imporvement Sig

The quality of pizza at the meetings can be greatly improved with
more variety of stoppings and obtaining it from a different franchise.

Toppings suggested (add your here):

* Jalapenos
* Peperoni
* Pineapple
* Vegetarian
* Anchovies
* Green Olives
* The Special
* Everything On It

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'''Speaker:'''  %color=forestgreen font-size=12pt font-weight=bold% '''[[Profiles/Ccox|Chris Cox]]'''
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'''Speaker:'''  %color=forestgreen font-size=12pt font-weight=bold% '''[[~ccox|Chris Cox]]'''
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Oh yes.... Chris loves to give away door prizes.  So come if you want to a chance to win something nice!!
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Oh yes.... Chris loves to give away door prizes.  So come if you want a chance to win something nice!!
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'''Door Prizes:'''\\
Oh yes.... Chris loves to give away door prizes.  So come if you want to a chance to win something nice!!

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Everyone has one, everyone needs one... it's that inventory system.  But many are stale and lifeless.  Many are limited in their scope.  As a Systems Administrator, Chris has spent the past 4 years building an easier system for collecting information without the need for client side agents.
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Unix user since 1983.  Author of the ImPress Tclet and standalone vector editor.  Contributor of many recipes and extensions to PmWiki (used by DFWUUG).  President of the North Texas Linux Users Group.
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'''Topic(s):''' %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% ''' Agentless Computer Inventory Systems '''
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'''Speaker:'''  %color=forestgreen font-size=12pt font-weight=bold% '''David Aldrich'''
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The security of your system is based on randomness.
How hard is it to guess your login password for example?
If you do any SSL/TLS transactions, you need hard to guess session keys, as the Mozilla folks discovered.
This talk will focus on how to get that level of randomness, starting from what kinds of randomness you can use and how to test your current setup.

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David provides web based data collection and delivery services for UNTHSC, a medical school in Fort Worth.
He currently manages the project from server admin up through basic web pages.
He has the assistance of a web design person make them look nice, of course.
David has been using UNIX ( System V and BSD 4 ) since the early 80s.
The current stack is Linux (Gentoo), Apache 2, Postgres 8.4, mod_perl.
His other computer related interests include security and encryption, which are both predicated on aspects of randomness.

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David provides web based data collection and delivery services for UNTHSC, a medical school in Fort Worth.He is currently working at UNTHSC managing all aspects of the project from server admin up through basic web pages. He has the assistance of a web design person make them look nice, of course.
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David provides web based data collection and delivery services for UNTHSC, a medical school in Fort Worth.
He currently manages the project from server admin up through basic web pages.
He
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The security of your system is based on randomness. How hard is it to guess your login password for example? If you do any SSL/TLS transactions, you need hard to guess session keys, as the Mozilla folks discovered. This talk will focus on how to get that level of randomness, starting from what kinds of randomness you can use and how to test your current setup.
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The security of your system is based on randomness.
How hard is it to guess your login password for example?
If you do any SSL/TLS transactions, you need hard to guess session keys, as the Mozilla folks discovered.
This talk will focus on how to get that level of randomness, starting from what kinds of randomness you can use and how to test your current setup.
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The security of your system is based on randomness. How hard is it to guess your login password for example? If you do any SSL/TLS transactions, you need hard to guess session keys, as the Mozilla folks discovered. This talk will focus on how to get that level of randomness, starting from what kinds of randomness you can use and how to test your current setup.
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David provides web based data collection and delivery services for UNTHSC, a medical school in Fort Worth.He is currently working at UNTHSC managing all aspects of the project from server admin up through basic web pages. He has the assistance of a web design person make them look nice, of course.
David has been using UNIX ( System V and BSD 4 ) since the early 80s.
The current stack is Linux (Gentoo), Apache 2, Postgres 8.4, mod_perl.
His other computer related interests include security and encryption, which are both predicated on aspects of randomness.

see DavidAldrich for more information.

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'''Topic(s):''' %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% [[''' Random Talk: Specifically Hardware Sources Thereo ''']]

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If you'd like to get involved and '''increase your networking opportunities''', join us for our next meeting! [[<<]]
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If you'd like to get involved and '''increase your networking opportunities''', join us for our next meeting!

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'''Speaker:'''  %color=forestgreen font-size=12pt font-weight=bold% [['''Paul Newton, IBM Corporation -> http://www.ibm.com''']]
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'''Speaker:'''  %color=forestgreen font-size=12pt font-weight=bold% [['''David ''']]
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In 1995 IBM integrated a POSIX compliant Unix into MVS and named the environment OS/390 (Open Systems/390). OS/390 became z/OS after years of additional advancements. In 1999 Linux was ported to the same hardware platform as z/OS and z/VM hypervisor. The presentation will include historical perspective, architectural benefits and live demonstration of z/OS unix system services and linux running as z/VM guest on IBM System z10

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Over 30 years of IT experience involving manufacturing, aerospace, large retail, software product development, support and services.
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In 1995 IBM integrated a POSIX compliant Unix into MVS and named the environment OS/390 (Open Systems/390). OS/390 became z/OS after years of additional advancements. In 1999 Linux was ported to the same hardware platform as z/OS and z/VM hypervisor. The presentation will include historical perspective, architectural benefits and live demonstration of z/OS unix system services and linux running as z/VM guest on IBM System z10Main Presentation


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In 1995 IBM integrated a POSIX compliant Unix into MVS and named the environment OS/390 (Open Systems/390). OS/390 became z/OS after years of additional advancements. In 1999 Linux was ported to the same hardware platform as z/OS and z/VM hypervisor. The presentation will include historical perspective, architectural benefits and live demonstration of z/OS unix system services and linux running as z/VM guest on IBM System z10

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Unix on IBM Mainframes -  not AIX or Linux! ''']]
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! [[#MainPresentation]]
In 1995 IBM integrated a POSIX compliant
Unix into MVS and named the environment OS/390 (Open Systems/390). OS/390 became z/OS after years of additional advancements. In 1999 Linux was ported to the same hardware platform as z/OS and z/VM hypervisor. The presentation will include historical perspective, architectural benefits and live demonstration of z/OS unix system services and linux running as z/VM guest on IBM System z10Main Presentation



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%urgent color=#D80000 font-size=14pt% Our new meeting location is the IBM Innovation Center at 13800 Diplomat Drive. [[<<]][[<<]] Our '''May 6 meeting''' will be at IBM.  [[<<]][[<<]]For directions to IBM:[[IBM Innovation Center in Dallas -> http://www.dfwuug.org/wiki/Main/Directions]]

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%urgent color=#D80000 font-size=14pt% Our new meeting location is the IBM Innovation Center at 13800 Diplomat Drive. [[<<]][[<<]] Our '''May 6 and later meetings''' will be at IBM.  [[<<]][[<<]]For directions to IBM:[[IBM Innovation Center in Dallas -> http://www.dfwuug.org/wiki/Main/Directions]]

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'''Topic(s):''' %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% `[['''Unix on IBM Mainframes''']]

'''Speaker:'''  %color=forestgreen font-size=12pt font-weight=bold%[['''Paul Newton, IBM Corporation -> http://www.ibm.com''']]
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'''Backgrounder:''' %color=#606060 bgcolor=white font-size=11pt font-weight=600% by Dale Young\\

Database migration has become an IT routine that business must deal with for various reasons, such as technology refresh, datacenter/server consolidation. While many factors affect how database migration can be or should be done, the biggest concern to business is generally the service disruption. Downtime, according to Gartner, costs U.S. business 3.6% of their revenue. For a typical enterprise e-commerce the number is $7 million per hour, and for our client, Calpine, a power generation and trading business, it means ~$1 million per hour for big markets.

Stonebridge was engaged by Calpine to migrate ~80 Oracle enterprise databases from Solaris platform in Houston/Cyrus One datacenters to AIX platform in Omaha/Tempe datacenters. Among those databases, twelve are of vital business function ranging from ~8 GB to ~400 GB  in size. The desired downtime is no more than 15 minutes. The migration is further complicated by WAN latency, At best 5 GB per hour file transfer rate is what was achieved.

Using Oracle streams, dataguard, rman, flashback databases, we developed a novel approach and successfully used it to meet the following migration objectives.

#  Minimal downtime (less than 15 minutes)
#  Full DR (dataguard) protection outside of the downtime window
#  Ability to move 5 ETRM databases within the same downtime window
#  Extensive testing of all Calpine VBF’s at different level (unit, system, integration)
#  Extensive testing of datacenter infrastructure, Oracle database LPAR performance, Dataguard/DR operation before go-live

This approach is highly effective, stable, and flexible. It can be a valuable toolkit for database migration.

 
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Dale Young is a past president of DFWUUG, and has been active in database and system administration for more than 30 years. He is a certified Oracle Database Administrator and a certified Solaris System Administrator. Dale is currently a Director for Stonebridge over the Database Services Practice, where he is managing 10 DBAs.

In his spare time, Dale is also a certified Life Coach, specializing in the COREmap assessment tool. Dale also volunteers for an organization called Pathways and is involved in his church.

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This approach is highly effective, stable, and flexible. It can be a valuable toolkit for database migration.

 
'''Presenter’s Bio'''

Dale Young is a past president of DFWUUG, and has been active in database and system administration for more than 30 years. He is a certified Oracle Database Administrator and a certified Solaris System Administrator. Dale is currently a Director for Stonebridge over the Database Services Practice, where he is managing 10 DBAs.

In his spare time, Dale is also a certified Life Coach, specializing in the COREmap assessment tool. Dale also volunteers for an organization called Pathways and is involved in his church.

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 5. Extensive testing of datacenter infrastructure, Oracle database LPAR performance, Dataguard/DR operation before go-live


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Minimal downtime (less than 15 minutes)
#  Full DR (dataguard) protection outside of the downtime window
#  Ability to move 5 ETRM databases within the same downtime window
#  Extensive testing of all Calpine VBF’s at different level (unit, system, integration)
#  Extensive testing of datacenter infrastructure, Oracle database LPAR performance, Dataguard/DR operation before go-live


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#  4. Extensive testing of all Calpine VBF’s at different level (unit, system, integration)
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Electronic voting machines offer some compelling advantages.  They can
be more easy to use for people with disabilities.  They allow quick
counting of votes and are potentially very reliable.  But, they also
offer new opportunities for stealing and miscounting of
the vote.  If
the only thing a voter does is press on a screen and
a register is
incremented in memory, how does the voter know their vote was cast as
they wished?  A proper voting system will reflect the votes of the
voter accurately, and will also be transparent so the voter has
faith in that accuracy.

Kurt Hyde believes he is the earliest known advocate for a paper trail

in electronic voting equipment and I have not found any earlier advocates.
He spoke about the need for what he called a "manually recount-able paper
ballot", known better today as a Voter-Verifiable Paper Ballot, at a
symposium that was held on the campus of Boston University on August
14th and 15th, 1986.  This contributed to the nation's first paper trail
law being passed in New Hampshire in 1994.

Kurt has since expanded his studies in elections to all aspects of
elections
.  Kurt has written numerous magazine articles dealing with all
aspects of election fraud as well speaking before numerous audiences.

Kurt was a recent candidate for public office, so I expect his research
has not been purely academic.  He is a former member of DFWUUG.

If you want to read more about this issue, I recommend the articles by Ed Felten on http://www.freedom-to-tinker.com/
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Database migration has become an IT routine that business must deal with for various reasons, such as technology refresh, datacenter/server consolidation. While many factors affect how database migration can be or should be done, the biggest concern to business is generally
the service disruption. Downtime, according to Gartner, costs U.S. business 3.6% of their revenue. For a typical enterprise e-commerce the number is $7 million per hour, and for our client, Calpine, a power generation and trading business, it means ~$1 million per hour for big markets.

Stonebridge was engaged by Calpine to migrate ~80 Oracle enterprise databases from Solaris platform in Houston/Cyrus One datacenters to AIX platform
in Omaha/Tempe datacenters. Among those databases, twelve are of vital business function ranging from ~8 GB to ~400 GB  in size. The desired downtime is no more than 15 minutes. The migration is further complicated by WAN latency, At best 5 GB per hour file transfer rate is what was achieved.

Using Oracle streams, dataguard, rman, flashback databases, we developed a novel approach and successfully used it to meet the following migration objectives
.

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%urgent color=#D80000 font-size=14pt% Our time of meeting at the Sun Offices is coming to an end... [[<<]][[<<]] Our '''April meeting''' will be our last at the Sun Offices.  We need to find a new place and need help from the members.  Please post ideas to the '''''discuss''''' mailing list or email the newsite coordinator, [[Ralph Green -> mailto:atlarge1@dfwuug.org]].
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The Dallas Ft. Worth UNIX Users Group offers area UNIX users the opportunity to attend monthly meetings that include presentations from industry experts, small break-out sessions for special interest groups, and free pizza! If you'd like to get involved and increase your networking opportunities, join us for our next meeting! [[<<]]
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The Dallas Ft. Worth UNIX Users Group offers area UNIX users the opportunity to attend monthly meetings that include:

*
presentations from industry experts,
* small break-out sessions for special interest groups,
* and free pizza!

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Kurt is a former leader of the Security SIG for DFWUUG and a current candidate for political office.  I will put up more background information later.  If you want to read more about this issue, I recommend the articles by Ed Felten on http://www.freedom-to-tinker.com/
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Electronic voting machines offer some compelling advantages.  They can
be more easy to use for people with disabilities.  They allow quick
counting of votes and are potentially very reliable.  But, they also
offer new opportunities for stealing and miscounting of the vote.  If
the only thing a voter does is press on a screen and a register is
incremented in memory, how does the voter know their vote was cast as
they wished?  A proper voting system will reflect the votes of the
voter accurately, and will also be transparent so the voter has
faith in that accuracy.

Kurt Hyde believes he is the earliest known advocate for a paper trail
in electronic voting equipment and I have not found any earlier advocates.
He spoke about the need for what he called a "manually recount-able paper
ballot", known better today as a Voter-Verifiable Paper Ballot, at a
symposium that was held on the campus of Boston University on August
14th and 15th, 1986.  This contributed to the nation's first paper trail
law being passed in New Hampshire in 1994.

Kurt has since expanded his studies in elections to all aspects of
elections.  Kurt has written numerous magazine articles dealing with all
aspects of election fraud as well speaking before numerous audiences.

Kurt was a recent candidate for public office, so I expect his research
has not been purely academic.  He is a former member of DFWUUG.

If you want to read more about this issue, I recommend the articles by Ed Felten on http://www.freedom-to-tinker.com/
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Kurt is a former leader of the Security SIG for DFWUUG and a current candidate for office.  I will put up more background information later.  If you want to read more about this issue, I recommend the articles by Ed Felten on http://www.freedom-to-tinker.com/
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Kurt is a former leader of the Security SIG for DFWUUG and a current candidate for political office.  I will put up more background information later.  If you want to read more about this issue, I recommend the articles by Ed Felten on http://www.freedom-to-tinker.com/
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Digital cameras are the norm these days.  But, did you know that many digital cameras are capable of better quality pictures than the jpeg images we normally get?  Some cameras offer the ability to save what are called raw images.  These raw images contain all the information received by the digital sensor, which means greater color range and other features. Some cameras can save raw images right from the factory, and some can be modified to save them. In the latter category, %%[[http://chdk.wikia.com/wiki/CHDK | CHDK]] %color=#606060 bgcolor=white font-size=11pt font-weight=600% adds many features to mainly Canon cameras, but that project is not part of this talk. I mention it because it is the project many will think of when you bring up raw digital camera images. UNIX users used to not have the tools to really handle these raw images easily.  That was before %% [[http://ufraw.sourceforge.net/ | UFraw]] %color=#606060 bgcolor=white font-size=11pt font-weight=600% and %% %green font-weight=bold%Udi%% %color=#606060 bgcolor=white font-size=11pt font-weight=600% is going to bring us up to date on this project. He is the project leader and currently resides in the Dallas area.
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Kurt is a former leader of the Security SIG for DFWUUG and a current candidate for office.  I will put up more background information later.  If you want to read more about this issue, I recommend the articles by Ed Felten on http://www.freedom-to-tinker.com/
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Digital cameras are the norm these days.  But, did you know that
many digital cameras are capable of better quality pictures than
the jpeg images we normally get?  Some cameras offer the ability
to save what are called raw images.  These raw images contain all
the information received by the digital sensor, which means greater
color range and other features.  Some cameras can save raw images
right from the factory, and some can be modified to save them.  In
the latter category, [[http://chdk.wikia.com/wiki/CHDK | CHDK]] adds many features to mainly Canon
cameras, but that project is not part of this talk.  I mention it
because it is the project many will think of when you bring up
raw digital camera images.  UNIX users used to not have the tools
to really handle these raw images easily.  That was before [[http://ufraw
.sourceforge.net/ | UFraw]]
and
%green%Udi%% is going to bring us up to date on this project.  He is
the
project leader and currently resides in the Dallas area.
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'''Backgrounder:''' %color=#606060 bgcolor=white font-size=11pt font-weight=600% by Ralph Green\\
Digital cameras are the norm these days.  But, did you know that many digital cameras are capable of better quality pictures than the jpeg images we normally get?  Some cameras offer the ability to save what are called raw images.  These raw images contain all the information received by the digital sensor, which means greater color range and other features. Some cameras can save raw images right from the factory, and some can be modified to save them. In the latter category, %%[[http://chdk.wikia.com/wiki/CHDK | CHDK]] %color=#606060 bgcolor=white font-size=11pt font-weight=600% adds many features to mainly Canon cameras, but that project is not part of this talk. I mention it because it is the project many will think of when you bring up raw digital camera images. UNIX users used to not have the tools to really handle these raw images easily.  That was before %% [[http://ufraw.sourceforge.net/ | UFraw]] %color=#606060 bgcolor=white font-size=11pt font-weight=600% and %% %green font-weight=bold%Udi%% %color=#606060 bgcolor=white font-size=11pt font-weight=600% is going to bring us up to date on this project. He is the project leader and currently resides in the Dallas area.
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'''[Backgrounder]:''' by Ralph Green\\
Digital cameras are the norm these days.  But, did you know that
many digital cameras are capable of better quality pictures than
the jpeg images we normally get?  Some cameras offer the ability
to save what are called raw images.  These raw images contain all
the information received by the digital sensor, which means greater
color range and other features.  Some cameras can save raw images
right from the factory, and some can be modified to save them.  In
the latter category, [[http://chdk.wikia.com/wiki/CHDK | CHDK]] adds many features to mainly Canon
cameras, but that project is not part of this talk.  I mention it
because it is the project many will think of when you bring up
raw digital camera images.  UNIX users used to not have the tools
to really handle these raw images easily.  That was before [[http://ufraw.sourceforge.net/ | UFraw]]
and %green%Udi%% is going to bring us up to date on this project.  He is
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'''[Backgrounder]:'''  by Robert Pearson\\
%color=#606060 font-size=11pt font-weight=bold% The historical use of revision control - also known as version control (VCS), source control (SCCS) or (source) code management (SCM) - is the management of changes to documents, programs, and other information stored as computer files. It is most commonly used in software development, where a team of people may change the same files. A Release Control System (RCS) is now typically built into the VCS/SCM. A broader use of version control is to capture "Point in Time" images. Imagine you are tasked with reporting very accurately the resources being used at any "Point in Time" in your "Cloud" by any user? The "Cloud" is continuously allocating and de-allocating resources. Resource use is $money$.

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%color=#606060 font-size=11pt font-weight=bold% The historical use of revision control - also known as version control (VCS), source control (SCCS) or (source) code management (SCM) - is the management of changes to documents, programs, and other information stored as computer files. It is most commonly used in software development, where a team of people may change the same files. A Release Control System (RCS) is now typically built into the VCS/SCM. A broader use of version control is to capture "Point in Time" images. Imagine you are tasked with reporting very accurately the resources being used at any "Point in Time" in your "Cloud" by any user? The "Cloud" is continuously allocating and de-allocating resources. Resource use is $money$.

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The Dallas Ft. Worth UNIX Users Group offers area UNIX users the opportunity to attend monthly meetings that include presentations from industry experts, small break-out sessions for special interest groups, and free pizza! If you'd like to get involved and increase your networking opportunities, join us for our next meeting! [[<<]] ---- '''Please note''' %color=#D80000% The elevators won't come up to the 7th floor after 7 pm, beginning March, 2010. Get to the meeting before then! ---- %color=#606060 font-size=11pt font-weight=600% We now have a chat room: irc.freenode.net #dfwuug%% ---- '''Date:''' %color=#D80000 font-size=12pt font-weight=600% Thursday, February 4, 2010 -- 7:00 PM%% ! [[#MainPresentation]]Main Presentation '''Topic(s):''' %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600% TBD '''Speaker(s):''' %color=green font-size=12pt font-weight=bold% Patrick Michaud ---- ! %navy%'''Normal Meeting Location''' '''Location:''' [[Sun Microsystems in Dallas -> http://www.dfwuug.org/wiki/Main/Directions]] Our meetings are always open to the public at no charge. '''Please note''' %color=#D80000% You can't get up to the 7th floor after 7 pm, beginning March, 2010. Get to the meeting before then! ---- %comment%---- %comment%[[Main.Meetings | Meeting Main Presentation Schedule - Past, Present and Future]] [[NuMeetingSchedule | Meeting Main Presentation Schedule - Past, Present and Future]] %color=#C80000 font-size=9pt font-style=oblique font-weight=bold%'^'-Updated 122309-'^'%%[[<<]] %color=#606060 font-size=11pt font-weight=600% (This page contains additional information about speakers, their companies and links to the products or subjects of their talks...)%% ---- !!![[Main.PresentationSlides | Talk Presentation Slides - Past]] ---- The main presentation is followed by [[Special Interest Group -> /SIGs]] (SIG) break out meetings, [[<<]]except for the Career SIG, which meets at 6 pm, ''before'' the pizza and program. ---- ! Career SIG ---- '''Meeting Starts at 6:00 PM''' '''Topic:''' Topics vary according to the presence of HR/Recruiters, the needs of the current group attending and IT Industry trends since the last meeting. '''Speaker:''' Alvin Goats ---- ! Programmers SIG ---- '''Topic:''' TBD '''Speaker:''' [[Jeff Rush -> mailto:jrush@taupro.com]] ---- ! Security SIG ---- '''Topic:''' TBD '''Speaker:''' Greg Hoare (greg.hoare at linuxmail.org) Security SIG Leader %comment%color=red font-size=9pt font-style=oblique font-weight=bold%'^'-Updated 061007-'^'%%
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'''Location:''' [[Sun Microsystems in Dallas -> http://www.dfwuug.org/wiki/Main/Directions]]

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The Dallas Ft. Worth UNIX Users Group offers area UNIX users the opportunity to attend monthly meetings that include presentations from industry experts, small break-out sessions for special interest groups, and free pizza! If you'd like to get involved and increase your networking opportunities, join us for our next meeting! [[<<]] ---- '''Please note''' %color=#D80000% The elevators won't come up to the 7th floor after 7 pm, beginning March, 2010. Get to the meeting before then! ---- %color=#606060 font-size=11pt font-weight=600% We now have a chat room: irc.freenode.net #dfwuug%% ---- '''Date:''' %color=#D80000 font-size=12pt font-weight=600% Thursday, February 4, 2010 -- 7:00 PM%% ! [[#MainPresentation]]Main Presentation '''Topic(s):''' %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600%TBD '''Speaker(s):''' %color=green font-size=12pt font-weight=bold% Patrick Michaud ---- ! %navy%'''Normal Meeting Location''' '''Location:''' [[Sun Microsystems in Dallas -> http://www.dfwuug.org/wiki/Main/Directions]] Our meetings are always open to the public at no charge. '''Please note''' %color=#D80000% You can't get up to the 7th floor after 7 pm, beginning March, 2010. Get to the meeting before then! ---- %comment%---- %comment%[[Main.Meetings | Meeting Main Presentation Schedule - Past, Present and Future]] [[NuMeetingSchedule | Meeting Main Presentation Schedule - Past, Present and Future]] %color=#C80000 font-size=9pt font-style=oblique font-weight=bold%'^'-Updated 122309-'^'%%[[<<]] %color=#606060 font-size=11pt font-weight=600% (This page contains additional information about speakers, their companies and links to the products or subjects of their talks...)%% ---- !!![[Main.PresentationSlides | Talk Presentation Slides - Past]] ---- The main presentation is followed by [[Special Interest Group -> /SIGs]] (SIG) break out meetings, [[<<]]except for the Career SIG, which meets at 6 pm, ''before'' the pizza and program. ---- ! Career SIG ---- '''Meeting Starts at 6:00 PM''' '''Topic:''' Topics vary according to the presence of HR/Recruiters, the needs of the current group attending and IT Industry trends since the last meeting. '''Speaker:''' Alvin Goats ---- ! Programmers SIG ---- '''Topic:''' TBD '''Speaker:''' [[Jeff Rush -> mailto:jrush@taupro.com]] ---- ! Security SIG ---- '''Topic:''' TBD '''Speaker:''' Greg Hoare (greg.hoare at linuxmail.org) Security SIG Leader %comment%color=red font-size=9pt font-style=oblique font-weight=bold%'^'-Updated 061007-'^'%%
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'''Speaker(s):'''  %color=green font-size=12pt font-weight=bold% Jim Burke,Manager with  J.C. Penney 

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'''Location:''' [[Sun Microsystems in Dallas -> http://www.dfwuug.org/wiki/Main/Directions]]

Our meetings are always open to the public at no charge.

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'''Topic:''' Topics vary according to the presence of HR/Recruiters, the needs of the current group attending and IT Industry trends since the last meeting.

'''Speaker:''' Alvin Goats

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'''Topic:''' TBD

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The Dallas Ft. Worth UNIX Users Group offers area UNIX users the opportunity to attend monthly meetings that include presentations from industry experts, small break-out sessions for special interest groups, and free pizza! If you'd like to get involved and increase your networking opportunities, join us for our next meeting! [[<<]] ---- '''Please note''' %color=#D80000% The elevators won't come up to the 7th floor after 7 pm, beginning March, 2010. Get to the meeting before then! ---- %color=#606060 font-size=11pt font-weight=600% We now have a chat room: irc.freenode.net #dfwuug%% ---- '''Date:''' %color=#D80000 font-size=12pt font-weight=600% Thursday, February 4, 2010 -- 7:00 PM%% ! [[#MainPresentation]]Main Presentation '''Topic(s):''' %color=blue font-size=12pt font-weight=600%TBD '''Speaker(s):''' %color=green font-size=12pt font-weight=bold% Patrick Michaud ---- ! %navy%'''Normal Meeting Location''' '''Location:''' [[Sun Microsystems in Dallas -> http://www.dfwuug.org/wiki/Main/Directions]] Our meetings are always open to the public at no charge. '''Please note''' %color=#D80000% You can't get up to the 7th floor after 7 pm, beginning March, 2010. Get to the meeting before then! ---- %comment%---- %comment%[[Main.Meetings | Meeting Main Presentation Schedule - Past, Present and Future]] [[NuMeetingSchedule | Meeting Main Presentation Schedule - Past, Present and Future]] %color=#C80000 font-size=9pt font-style=oblique font-weight=bold%'^'-Updated 122309-'^'%%[[<<]] %color=#606060 font-size=11pt font-weight=600% (This page contains additional information about speakers, their companies and links to the products or subjects of their talks...)%% ---- !!![[Main.PresentationSlides | Talk Presentation Slides - Past]] ---- The main presentation is followed by [[Special Interest Group -> /SIGs]] (SIG) break out meetings, [[<<]]except for the Career SIG, which meets at 6 pm, ''before'' the pizza and program. ---- ! Career SIG ---- '''Meeting Starts at 6:00 PM''' '''Topic:''' Topics vary according to the presence of HR/Recruiters, the needs of the current group attending and IT Industry trends since the last meeting. '''Speaker:''' Alvin Goats ---- ! Programmers SIG ---- '''Topic:''' TBD '''Speaker:''' [[Jeff Rush -> mailto:jrush@taupro.com]] ---- ! Security SIG ---- '''Topic:''' TBD '''Speaker:''' Greg Hoare (greg.hoare at linuxmail.org) Security SIG Leader %comment%color=red font-size=9pt font-style=oblique font-weight=bold%'^'-Updated 061007-'^'%%
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The presentation will be in two parts.  The first part will focus on why and how to move to Linux for your home computing needs.  I will show Linux applications that serve the needs of what most people use a computer for, and show ways to run programs from other operating systems on Linux.  The second part will be kind of like a workshop.  If there is some program that is keeping you using the operating system from the declining vendor from Redmond, bring it up and we will see if we can help you find an alternative or way to use it in Linux or UNIX.  We hope to assist not just members, but their family, as well.  There will be follow up information, such as links from the meeting and answers to questions on the wiki. [[Migration Tips -> http://www.dfwuug.org/wiki/Main/MigrationTips]]
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The presentation will be in two parts.  The first part will focus on why and how to push for inverse defenestration in the face of intra-familial resistance.  I will show Linux applications that serve the needs of what most people use a computer for, and show ways to run programs from other operating systems on Linux.  The second part will be kind of like a workshop.  If there is some program that is keeping you using the operating system from the declining vendor from Redmond, bring it up and we will see if we can help you find an alternative or way to use it in Linux or UNIX.  We hope to assist not just members, but their family, as well.  There will be follow up information, such as links from the meeting and answers to questions on the wiki. [[Migration Tips -> http://www.dfwuug.org/wiki/Main/MigrationTips]]
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The presentation will be in two parts.  The first part will focus on why and how to push for inverse defenestration in the face of intra-familial resistance.  I will show Linux applications that serve the needs of what most people use a computer for, and show ways to run programs from other operating systems on Linux.  The second part will be kind of like a workshop.  If there is some program that is keeping you using the operating system from the declining vendor from Redmond, bring it up and we will see if we can help you find an alternative or way to use it in Linux or UNIX.  We hope to assist not just members, but their family, as well.  There will be follow up information, such as links from the meeting and answers to questions on the wiki. [[Migration Tips -> http://www.dfwuug.org/wiki/Main/MigrationTips]]
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The presentation will be in two parts.  The first part will focus on why and how to push for inverse defenestration in the face of intra-familial resistance.  I will show Linux applications that serve the needs of what most people use a computer for, and show ways to run programs from other operating systems on Linux.  The second part will be kind of like a workshop.  If there is some program that is keeping you using the operating system from the declining vendor from Redmond, bring it up and we will see if we can help you find an alternative or way to use it in Linux or UNIX.  We hope to assist not just members, but their family, as well.  There will be follow up information, such as links from the meeting and answers to questions on the wiki.
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!! Gene Saunders -- RIP

Gene Saunders, a well known member of the Unix community here in North Texas and elsewhere, died unexpectedly of
natural causes on about September 19, 2008.  He was 51 years old.  A mailing list, [=FriendsOfGene@grommit.com=],
has been setup for those wishing to share stories and receive announcements related to a memorial gathering.

[[Friends of Gene -> http://grommit.com/mailman/listinfo/friendsofgene]]
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November was a departure from our normal theme of high tech presentations. I felt like a change of pace would be nice, for once and
this presentation will be an historical documentary, if you will, about some of the possibly mob-connected things that were going on, in the Dallas / Fort Worth area during the Great Depression. (Which may be known in the future, if things keep going badly, in this economy, as the first Great Depression. (sigh))


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The Dallas Ft. Worth UNIX Users Group offers area UNIX users the opportunity to attend monthly meetings that include presentations from industry experts, small break-out sessions for special interest groups, and free pizza! If you'd like to get involved and increase your networking opportunities, join us for our next meeting! [[<<]]

We now have a chat room: irc.freenode.net #dfwuug


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!! Gene Saunders -- RIP

Gene Saunders, a well known member of the Unix community here in North Texas and elsewhere, died unexpectedly of
natural causes on about September 19, 2008.  He was 51 years old.  A mailing list, [=FriendsOfGene@grommit.com=],
has been setup for those wishing to share stories and receive announcements related to a memorial gathering.

[[Friends of Gene -> http://grommit.com/mailman/listinfo/friendsofgene]]
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This will be a departure from our normal theme of high tech presentations. I felt like a change of pace would be nice, for once and
this presentation will be an historical documentary, if you will, about some of the possibly mob-connected things that were going on, in the Dallas / Fort Worth area during the Great Depression. (Which may be known in the future, if things keep going badly, in this economy, as the first Great Depression. (sigh))


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We now have a chat room: irc.freenode.net #dfwuug


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!! Gene Saunders -- RIP

Gene Saunders, a well known member of the Unix community here in North Texas and elsewhere, died unexpectedly of
natural causes on about September 19, 2008.  He was 51 years old.  A mailing list, [=FriendsOfGene@grommit.com=],
has been setup for those wishing to share stories and receive announcements related to a memorial gathering.

[[Friends of Gene -> http://grommit.com/mailman/listinfo/friendsofgene]]
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This will be a departure from our normal theme of high tech presentations. I felt like a change of pace would be nice, for once and
this presentation will be an historical documentary, if you will, about some of the possibly mob-connected things that were going on, in the Dallas / Fort Worth area during the Great Depression. (Which may be known in the future, if things keep going badly, in this economy, as the first Great Depression. (sigh))


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'''Speaker:''' [[Jeff Rush -> mailto:jrush@taupro.com]]

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We now have a chat room: irc.freenode.net #dfwuug


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!! Gene Saunders -- RIP

Gene Saunders, a well known member of the Unix community here in North Texas and elsewhere, died unexpectedly of
natural causes on about September 19, 2008.  He was 51 years old.  A mailing list, [=FriendsOfGene@grommit.com=],
has been setup for those wishing to share stories and receive announcements related to a memorial gathering.

[[Friends of Gene -> http://grommit.com/mailman/listinfo/friendsofgene]]
----

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This will be a departure from our normal theme of high tech presentations. I felt like a change of pace would be nice, for once and
this presentation will be an historical documentary, if you will, about some of the possibly mob-connected things that were going on, in the Dallas / Fort Worth area during the Great Depression. (Which may be known in the future, if things keep going badly, in this economy, as the first Great Depression. (sigh))


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'''Topic:''' Topics vary according to the presence of HR/Recruiters, the needs of the current group attending and IT Industry trends since the last meeting.

'''Speaker:''' Alvin Goats

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'''Speaker:''' [[Jeff Rush -> mailto:jrush@taupro.com]]

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We now have a chat room: irc.freenode.net #dfwuug


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!! Gene Saunders -- RIP

Gene Saunders, a well known member of the Unix community here in North Texas and elsewhere, died unexpectedly of
natural causes on about September 19, 2008.  He was 51 years old.  A mailing list, [=FriendsOfGene@grommit.com=],
has been setup for those wishing to share stories and receive announcements related to a memorial gathering.

[[Friends of Gene -> http://grommit.com/mailman/listinfo/friendsofgene]]
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This will be a departure from our normal theme of high tech presentations. I felt like a change of pace would be nice, for once and
this presentation will be an historical documentary, if you will, about some of the possibly mob-connected things that were going on, in the Dallas / Fort Worth area during the Great Depression. (Which may be known in the future, if things keep going badly, in this economy, as the first Great Depression. (sigh))


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We now have a chat room: irc.freenode.net #dfwuug


----
!! Gene Saunders -- RIP

Gene Saunders, a well known member of the Unix community here in North Texas and elsewhere, died unexpectedly of
natural causes on about September 19, 2008.  He was 51 years old.  A mailing list, [=FriendsOfGene@grommit.com=],
has been setup for those wishing to share stories and receive announcements related to a memorial gathering.

[[Friends of Gene -> http://grommit.com/mailman/listinfo/friendsofgene]]
----

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This will be a departure from our normal theme of high tech presentations. I felt like a change of pace would be nice, for once and
this presentation will be an historical documentary, if you will, about some of the possibly mob-connected things that were going on, in the Dallas / Fort Worth area during the Great Depression. (Which may be known in the future, if things keep going badly, in this economy, as the first Great Depression. (sigh))


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We now have a chat room: irc.freenode.net #dfwuug


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!! Gene Saunders -- RIP

Gene Saunders, a well known member of the Unix community here in North Texas and elsewhere, died unexpectedly of
natural causes on about September 19, 2008.  He was 51 years old.  A mailing list, [=FriendsOfGene@grommit.com=],
has been setup for those wishing to share stories and receive announcements related to a memorial gathering.

[[Friends of Gene -> http://grommit.com/mailman/listinfo/friendsofgene]]
----

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This will be a departure from our normal theme of high tech presentations. I felt like a change of pace would be nice, for once and
this presentation will be an historical documentary, if you will, about some of the possibly mob-connected things that were going on, in the Dallas / Fort Worth area during the Great Depression. (Which may be known in the future, if things keep going badly, in this economy, as the first Great Depression. (sigh))


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We now have a chat room: irc.freenode.net #dfwuug


----
!! Gene Saunders -- RIP

Gene Saunders, a well known member of the Unix community here in North Texas and elsewhere, died unexpectedly of
natural causes on about September 19, 2008.  He was 51 years old.  A mailing list, [=FriendsOfGene@grommit.com=],
has been setup for those wishing to share stories and receive announcements related to a memorial gathering.

[[Friends of Gene -> http://grommit.com/mailman/listinfo/friendsofgene]]
----

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----

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This will be a departure from our normal theme of high tech presentations. I felt like a change of pace would be nice, for once and
this presentation will be an historical documentary, if you will, about some of the possibly mob-connected things that were going on, in the Dallas / Fort Worth area during the Great Depression. (Which may be known in the future, if things keep going badly, in this economy, as the first Great Depression. (sigh))


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'''Speaker:''' Alvin Goats

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'''Topic:''' Something Related to Python, Not Sure Yet

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We now have a chat room: irc.freenode.net #dfwuug


----
!! Gene Saunders -- RIP

Gene Saunders, a well known member of the Unix community here in North Texas and elsewhere, died unexpectedly of
natural causes on about September 19, 2008.  He was 51 years old.  A mailing list, [=FriendsOfGene@grommit.com=],
has been setup for those wishing to share stories and receive announcements related to a memorial gathering.

[[Friends of Gene -> http://grommit.com/mailman/listinfo/friendsofgene]]
----

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! %navy%'''Normal Meeting Location'''

'''Location:''' [[Sun Microsystems in Dallas -> http://www.dfwuug.org/wiki/Main/Directions]]



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This will be a departure from our normal theme of high tech presentations. I felt like a change of pace would be nice, for once and
this presentation will be an historical documentary, if you will, about some of the possibly mob-connected things that were going on, in the Dallas / Fort Worth area during the Great Depression. (Which may be known in the future, if things keep going badly, in this economy, as the first Great Depression. (sigh))


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'''Speaker:''' Alvin Goats

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'''Topic:''' Something Related to Python, Not Sure Yet

'''Speaker:''' [[Jeff Rush -> mailto:jrush@taupro.com]]

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We now have a chat room: irc.freenode.net #dfwuug


----
!! Gene Saunders -- RIP

Gene Saunders, a well known member of the Unix community here in North Texas and elsewhere, died unexpectedly of
natural causes on about September 19, 2008.  He was 51 years old.  A mailing list, [=FriendsOfGene@grommit.com=],
has been setup for those wishing to share stories and receive announcements related to a memorial gathering.

[[Friends of Gene -> http://grommit.com/mailman/listinfo/friendsofgene]]
----

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This will be a departure from our normal theme of high tech presentations. I felt like a change of pace would be nice, for once and
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The Dallas Ft. Worth UNIX Users Group offers area UNIX users the opportunity to attend monthly meetings that include presentations from industry experts, small break-out sessions for special interest groups, and free pizza! If you'd like to get involved and increase your networking opportunities, join us for our next meeting! [[<<]]

We now have a chat room: irc.freenode.net #dfwuug


----
!! Gene Saunders -- RIP

Gene Saunders, a well known member of the Unix community here in North Texas and elsewhere, died unexpectedly of
natural causes on about September 19, 2008.  He was 51 years old.  A mailing list, [=FriendsOfGene@grommit.com=],
has been setup for those wishing to share stories and receive announcements related to a memorial gathering.

[[Friends of Gene -> http://grommit.com/mailman/listinfo/friendsofgene]]
----

'''Date:'''

! %red%''' Thursday, November 6, 2008 -- 7:00 PM'''%%


! %navy%'''Normal Meeting Location'''

'''Location:''' [[Sun Microsystems in Dallas -> http://www.dfwuug.org/wiki/Main/Directions]]



Our meetings are always open to the public at no charge.

----
! [[#MainPresentation]]Main Presentation
----

'''Topic(s):''' %color=blue font-size=11pt font-weight=600% Top O' Hill C.a.s.i.n.o%color=black font-size=10pt font-weight=600%[blocked,restricted word]%% %color=blue font-size=11pt font-weight=600% & the Texas Oil Rich


This will be a departure from our normal theme of high tech presentations. I felt like a change of pace would be nice, for once and
this presentation will be an historical documentary, if you will, about some of the possibly mob-connected things that were going on, in the Dallas / Fort Worth area during the Great Depression. (Which may be known in the future, if things keep going badly, in this economy, as the first Great Depression. (sigh))


'''Speaker(s):'''  %color=green font-size=11pt font-weight=bold% Jim Gatewood, Author & Historian


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! Career SIG
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'''Meeting Starts at 6:00 PM'''

'''Topic:''' Topics vary according to the presence of HR/Recruiters, the needs of the current group attending and IT Industry trends since the last meeting.

'''Speaker:''' Alvin Goats

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! Programmers SIG
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'''Topic:''' Something Related to Python, Not Sure Yet

'''Speaker:''' [[Jeff Rush -> mailto:jrush@taupro.com]]

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! Security SIG
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'''Speaker:''' Greg Hoare (greg.hoare at linuxmail.org) Security SIG Leader

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The Dallas Ft. Worth UNIX Users Group offers area UNIX users the opportunity to attend monthly meetings that include presentations from industry experts, small break-out sessions for special interest groups, and free pizza! If you'd like to get involved and increase your networking opportunities, join us for our next meeting! [[<<]]

We now have a chat room: irc.freenode.net #dfwuug


----
!! Gene Saunders -- RIP

Gene Saunders, a well known member of the Unix community here in North Texas and elsewhere, died unexpectedly of
natural causes on about September 19, 2008.  He was 51 years old.  A mailing list, [=FriendsOfGene@grommit.com=],
has been setup for those wishing to share stories and receive announcements related to a memorial gathering.

[[Friends of Gene -> http://grommit.com/mailman/listinfo/friendsofgene]]
----

'''Date:'''

! %red%''' Thursday, November 6, 2008 -- 7:00 PM'''%%


! %navy%'''Normal Meeting Location'''

'''Location:''' [[Sun Microsystems in Dallas -> http://www.dfwuug.org/wiki/Main/Directions]]



Our meetings are always open to the public at no charge.

----
! [[#MainPresentation]]Main Presentation
----

'''Topic(s):''' %color=blue font-size=11pt font-weight=600% Top O' Hill C.a.s.i.n.o%color=black font-size=10pt font-weight=600%[blocked,restricted word]%% %color=blue font-size=11pt font-weight=600% & the Texas Oil Rich


This will be a departure from our normal theme of high tech presentations. I felt like a change of pace would be nice, for once and
this presentation will be an historical documentary, if you will, about some of the possibly mob-connected things that were going on, in the Dallas / Fort Worth area during the Great Depression. (Which may be known in the future, if things keep going badly, in this economy, as the first Great Depression. (sigh))


'''Speaker(s):'''  %color=green font-size=11pt font-weight=bold% Jim Gatewood, Author & Historian


%comment%----
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[[NuMeetingSchedule | Meeting Main Presentation Schedule - Past, Present and Future]] %color=red font-size=9pt font-style=oblique font-weight=bold%'^'-Updated 101308-'^'%%
----
!!![[Main.PresentationSlides | Talk Presentation Slides - Past]]
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The main presentation is followed by [[Special Interest Group -> /SIGs]] (SIG) break out meetings, [[<<]]except for the Career SIG, which meets at 6 pm, ''before'' the pizza and program.
----
! Career SIG
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'''Meeting Starts at 6:00 PM'''

'''Topic:''' Topics vary according to the presence of HR/Recruiters, the needs of the current group attending and IT Industry trends since the last meeting.

'''Speaker:''' Alvin Goats

----
! Programmers SIG
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'''Topic:''' Something Related to Python, Not Sure Yet

'''Speaker:''' [[Jeff Rush -> mailto:jrush@taupro.com]]

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! Security SIG
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We now have a chat room: irc.freenode.net #dfwuug


----
!! Gene Saunders -- RIP

Gene Saunders, a well known member of the Unix community here in North Texas and elsewhere, died unexpectedly of
natural causes on about September 19, 2008.  He was 51 years old.  A mailing list, [=FriendsOfGene@grommit.com=],
has been setup for those wishing to share stories and receive announcements related to a memorial gathering.

[[Friends of Gene -> http://grommit.com/mailman/listinfo/friendsofgene]]
----

'''Date:'''

! %red%''' Thursday, November 6, 2008 -- 7:00 PM'''%%


! %navy%'''Normal Meeting Location'''

'''Location:''' [[Sun Microsystems in Dallas -> http://www.dfwuug.org/wiki/Main/Directions]]



Our meetings are always open to the public at no charge.

----
! [[#MainPresentation]]Main Presentation
----

'''Topic(s):''' %color=blue font-size=11pt font-weight=600% Top O' Hill C.a.s.i.n.o%color=black font-size=10pt font-weight=600%[blocked,restricted word]%% %color=blue font-size=11pt font-weight=600% & the Texas Oil Rich


This will be a departure from our normal theme of high tech presentations. I felt like a change of pace would be nice, for once and
this presentation will be an historical documentary, if you will, about some of the possibly mob-connected things that were going on, in the Dallas / Fort Worth area during the Great Depression. (Which may be known in the future, if things keep going badly, in this economy, as the first Great Depression. (sigh))


'''Speaker(s):'''  %color=green font-size=11pt font-weight=bold% Jim Gatewood, Author & Historian


%comment%----
%comment%[[Main.Meetings | Meeting Main Presentation Schedule - Past, Present and Future]]
----
[[NuMeetingSchedule | Meeting Main Presentation Schedule - Past, Present and Future]] %color=red font-size=9pt font-style=oblique font-weight=bold%'^'-Updated 101308-'^'%%
----
!!![[Main.PresentationSlides | Talk Presentation Slides - Past]]
----
The main presentation is followed by [[Special Interest Group -> /SIGs]] (SIG) break out meetings, [[<<]]except for the Career SIG, which meets at 6 pm, ''before'' the pizza and program.
----
! Career SIG
----
'''Meeting Starts at 6:00 PM'''

'''Topic:''' Topics vary according to the presence of HR/Recruiters, the needs of the current group attending and IT Industry trends since the last meeting.

'''Speaker:''' Alvin Goats

----
! Programmers SIG
----
'''Topic:''' Something Related to Python, Not Sure Yet

'''Speaker:''' [[Jeff Rush -> mailto:jrush@taupro.com]]

----
! Security SIG
----
'''Topic:''' TBD

'''Speaker:''' Greg Hoare (greg.hoare at linuxmail.org) Security SIG Leader

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We now have a chat room: irc.freenode.net #dfwuug


----
!! Gene Saunders -- RIP

Gene Saunders, a well known member of the Unix community here in North Texas and elsewhere, died unexpectedly of
natural causes on about September 19, 2008.  He was 51 years old.  A mailing list, [=FriendsOfGene@grommit.com=],
has been setup for those wishing to share stories and receive announcements related to a memorial gathering.

[[Friends of Gene -> http://grommit.com/mailman/listinfo/friendsofgene]]
----

'''Date:'''

! %red%''' Thursday, November 6, 2008 -- 7:00 PM'''%%


! %navy%'''Normal Meeting Location'''

'''Location:''' [[Sun Microsystems in Dallas -> http://www.dfwuug.org/wiki/Main/Directions]]



Our meetings are always open to the public at no charge.

----
! [[#MainPresentation]]Main Presentation
----

'''Topic(s):''' %color=blue font-size=11pt font-weight=600% Top O' Hill C.a.s.i.n.o%color=black font-size=10pt font-weight=600%[blocked,restricted word]%% %color=blue font-size=11pt font-weight=600% & the Texas Oil Rich


This will be a departure from our normal theme of high tech presentations. I felt like a change of pace would be nice, for once and
this presentation will be an historical documentary, if you will, about some of the possibly mob-connected things that were going on, in the Dallas / Fort Worth area during the Great Depression. (Which may be known in the future, if things keep going badly, in this economy, as the first Great Depression. (sigh))


'''Speaker(s):'''  %color=green font-size=11pt font-weight=bold% Jim Gatewood, Author & Historian


%comment%----
%comment%[[Main.Meetings | Meeting Main Presentation Schedule - Past, Present and Future]]
----
[[NuMeetingSchedule | Meeting Main Presentation Schedule - Past, Present and Future]] %color=red font-size=9pt font-style=oblique font-weight=bold%'^'-Updated 101308-'^'%%
----
!!![[Main.PresentationSlides | Talk Presentation Slides - Past]]
----
The main presentation is followed by [[Special Interest Group -> /SIGs]] (SIG) break out meetings, [[<<]]except for the Career SIG, which meets at 6 pm, ''before'' the pizza and program.
----
! Career SIG
----
'''Meeting Starts at 6:00 PM'''

'''Topic:''' Topics vary according to the presence of HR/Recruiters, the needs of the current group attending and IT Industry trends since the last meeting.

'''Speaker:''' Alvin Goats

----
! Programmers SIG
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We now have a chat room: irc.freenode.net #dfwuug


----
!! Gene Saunders -- RIP

Gene Saunders, a well known member of the Unix community here in North Texas and elsewhere, died unexpectedly of
natural causes on about September 19, 2008.  He was 51 years old.  A mailing list, [=FriendsOfGene@grommit.com=],
has been setup for those wishing to share stories and receive announcements related to a memorial gathering.

[[Friends of Gene -> http://grommit.com/mailman/listinfo/friendsofgene]]
----

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Our meetings are always open to the public at no charge.

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This will be a departure from our normal theme of high tech presentations. I felt like a change of pace would be nice, for once and
this presentation will be an historical documentary, if you will, about some of the possibly mob-connected things that were going on, in the Dallas / Fort Worth area during the Great Depression. (Which may be known in the future, if things keep going badly, in this economy, as the first Great Depression. (sigh))


'''Speaker(s):'''  %color=green font-size=11pt font-weight=bold% Jim Gatewood, Author & Historian


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'''Topic:''' Topics vary according to the presence of HR/Recruiters, the needs of the current group attending and IT Industry trends since the last meeting.

'''Speaker:''' Alvin Goats

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'''Topic:''' Something Related to Python, Not Sure Yet

'''Speaker:''' [[Jeff Rush -> mailto:jrush@taupro.com]]

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! Security SIG
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'''Topic:''' TBD

'''Speaker:''' Greg Hoare (greg.hoare at linuxmail.org) Security SIG Leader

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We now have a chat room: irc.freenode.net #dfwuug


----
!! Gene Saunders -- RIP

Gene Saunders, a well known member of the Unix community here in North Texas and elsewhere, died unexpectedly of
natural causes on about September 19, 2008.  He was 51 years old.  A mailing list, [=FriendsOfGene@grommit.com=],
has been setup for those wishing to share stories and receive announcements related to a memorial gathering.

[[Friends of Gene -> http://grommit.com/mailman/listinfo/friendsofgene]]
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'''Location:''' [[Sun Microsystems in Dallas -> http://www.dfwuug.org/wiki/Main/Directions]]



Our meetings are always open to the public at no charge.

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This will be a departure from our normal theme of high tech presentations. I felt like a change of pace would be nice, for once and
this presentation will be an historical documentary, if you will, about some of the possibly mob-connected things that were going on, in the Dallas / Fort Worth area during the Great Depression. (Which may be known in the future, if things keep going badly, in this economy, as the first Great Depression. (sigh))


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'''Meeting Starts at 6:00 PM'''

'''Topic:''' Topics vary according to the presence of HR/Recruiters, the needs of the current group attending and IT Industry trends since the last meeting.

'''Speaker:''' Alvin Goats

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'''Topic:''' Something Related to Python, Not Sure Yet

'''Speaker:''' [[Jeff Rush -> mailto:jrush@taupro.com]]

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'''Topic:''' TBD

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We now have a chat room: irc.freenode.net #dfwuug


----
!! Gene Saunders -- RIP

Gene Saunders, a well known member of the Unix community here in North Texas and elsewhere, died unexpectedly of
natural causes on about September 19, 2008.  He was 51 years old.  A mailing list, [=FriendsOfGene@grommit.com=],
has been setup for those wishing to share stories and receive announcements related to a memorial gathering.

[[Friends of Gene -> http://grommit.com/mailman/listinfo/friendsofgene]]
----

'''Date:'''

! %red%''' Thursday, November 6, 2008 -- 7:00 PM'''%%


! %navy%'''Normal Meeting Location'''

'''Location:''' [[Sun Microsystems in Dallas -> http://www.dfwuug.org/wiki/Main/Directions]]



Our meetings are always open to the public at no charge.

----
! [[#MainPresentation]]Main Presentation
----

'''Topic(s):''' %color=blue font-size=11pt font-weight=600% Top O' Hill C.a.s.i.n.o%color=black font-size=10pt font-weight=600%[blocked,restricted word]%% %color=blue font-size=11pt font-weight=600% & the Texas Oil Rich


This will be a departure from our normal theme of high tech presentations. I felt like a change of pace would be nice, for once and
this presentation will be an historical documentary, if you will, about some of the possibly mob-connected things that were going on, in the Dallas / Fort Worth area during the Great Depression. (Which may be known in the future, if things keep going badly, in this economy, as the first Great Depression. (sigh))


'''Speaker(s):'''  %color=green font-size=11pt font-weight=bold% Jim Gatewood, Author & Historian


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----
! Career SIG
----
'''Meeting Starts at 6:00 PM'''

'''Topic:''' Topics vary according to the presence of HR/Recruiters, the needs of the current group attending and IT Industry trends since the last meeting.

'''Speaker:''' Alvin Goats

----
! Programmers SIG
----
'''Topic:''' Something Related to Python, Not Sure Yet

'''Speaker:''' [[Jeff Rush -> mailto:jrush@taupro.com]]

----
! Security SIG
----
'''Topic:''' TBD

'''Speaker:''' Greg Hoare (greg.hoare at linuxmail.org) Security SIG Leader

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We now have a chat room: irc.freenode.net #dfwuug


----
!! Gene Saunders -- RIP

Gene Saunders, a well known member of the Unix community here in North Texas and elsewhere, died unexpectedly of
natural causes on about September 19, 2008.  He was 51 years old.  A mailing list, [=FriendsOfGene@grommit.com=],
has been setup for those wishing to share stories and receive announcements related to a memorial gathering.

[[Friends of Gene -> http://grommit.com/mailman/listinfo/friendsofgene]]
----

'''Date:'''

! %red%''' Thursday, November 6, 2008 -- 7:00 PM'''%%


! %navy%'''Normal Meeting Location'''

'''Location:''' [[Sun Microsystems in Dallas -> http://www.dfwuug.org/wiki/Main/Directions]]



Our meetings are always open to the public at no charge.

----
! [[#MainPresentation]]Main Presentation
----

'''Topic(s):''' %color=blue font-size=11pt font-weight=600% Top O' Hill C.a.s.i.n.o%color=black font-size=10pt font-weight=600%[blocked,restricted word]%% %color=blue font-size=11pt font-weight=600% & the Texas Oil Rich


This will be a departure from our normal theme of high tech presentations. I felt like a change of pace would be nice, for once and
this presentation will be an historical documentary, if you will, about some of the possibly mob-connected things that were going on, in the Dallas / Fort Worth area during the Great Depression. (Which may be known in the future, if things keep going badly, in this economy, as the first Great Depression. (sigh))


'''Speaker(s):'''  %color=green font-size=11pt font-weight=bold% Jim Gatewood, Author & Historian


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The main presentation is followed by [[Special Interest Group -> /SIGs]] (SIG) break out meetings, [[<<]]except for the Career SIG, which meets at 6 pm, ''before'' the pizza and program.
----
! Career SIG
----
'''Meeting Starts at 6:00 PM'''

'''Topic:''' Topics vary according to the presence of HR/Recruiters, the needs of the current group attending and IT Industry trends since the last meeting.

'''Speaker:''' Alvin Goats

----
! Programmers SIG
----
'''Topic:''' Something Related to Python, Not Sure Yet

'''Speaker:''' [[Jeff Rush -> mailto:jrush@taupro.com]]

----
! Security SIG
----
'''Topic:''' TBD

'''Speaker:''' Greg Hoare (greg.hoare at linuxmail.org) Security SIG Leader

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We now have a chat room: irc.freenode.net #dfwuug


----
!! Gene Saunders -- RIP

Gene Saunders, a well known member of the Unix community here in North Texas and elsewhere, died unexpectedly of
natural causes on about September 19, 2008.  He was 51 years old.  A mailing list, [=FriendsOfGene@grommit.com=],
has been setup for those wishing to share stories and receive announcements related to a memorial gathering.

[[Friends of Gene -> http://grommit.com/mailman/listinfo/friendsofgene]]
----

'''Date:'''

! %red%''' Thursday, November 6, 2008 -- 7:00 PM'''%%


! %navy%'''Normal Meeting Location'''

'''Location:''' [[Sun Microsystems in Dallas -> http://www.dfwuug.org/wiki/Main/Directions]]



Our meetings are always open to the public at no charge.

----
! [[#MainPresentation]]Main Presentation
----

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This will be a departure from our normal theme of high tech presentations. I felt like a change of pace would be nice, for once and
this presentation will be an historical documentary, if you will, about some of the possibly mob-connected things that were going on, in the Dallas / Fort Worth area during the Great Depression. (Which may be known in the future, if things keep going badly, in this economy, as the first Great Depression. (sigh))


'''Speaker(s):'''  %color=green font-size=11pt font-weight=bold% Jim Gatewood, Author & Historian


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! Career SIG
----
'''Meeting Starts at 6:00 PM'''

'''Topic:''' Topics vary according to the presence of HR/Recruiters, the needs of the current group attending and IT Industry trends since the last meeting.

'''Speaker:''' Alvin Goats

----
! Programmers SIG
----
'''Topic:''' Something Related to Python, Not Sure Yet

'''Speaker:''' [[Jeff Rush -> mailto:jrush@taupro.com]]

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! Security SIG
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'''Topic:''' TBD

'''Speaker:''' Greg Hoare (greg.hoare at linuxmail.org) Security SIG Leader

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We now have a chat room: irc.freenode.net #dfwuug


----
!! Gene Saunders -- RIP

Gene Saunders, a well known member of the Unix community here in North Texas and elsewhere, died unexpectedly of
natural causes on about September 19, 2008.  He was 51 years old.  A mailing list, [=FriendsOfGene@grommit.com=],
has been setup for those wishing to share stories and receive announcements related to a memorial gathering.

[[Friends of Gene -> http://grommit.com/mailman/listinfo/friendsofgene]]
----

'''Date:'''

! %red%''' Thursday, November 6, 2008 -- 7:00 PM'''%%


! %navy%'''Normal Meeting Location'''

'''Location:''' [[Sun Microsystems in Dallas -> http://www.dfwuug.org/wiki/Main/Directions]]



Our meetings are always open to the public at no charge.

----
! [[#MainPresentation]]Main Presentation
----

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This will be a departure from our normal theme of high tech presentations. I felt like a change of pace would be nice, for once and
this presentation will be an historical documentary, if you will, about some of the possibly mob-connected things that were going on, in the Dallas / Fort Worth area during the Great Depression. (Which may be known in the future, if things keep going badly, in this economy, as the first Great Depression. (sigh))


'''Speaker(s):'''  %color=green font-size=11pt font-weight=bold% Jim Gatewood, Author & Historian


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The main presentation is followed by [[Special Interest Group -> /SIGs]] (SIG) break out meetings, [[<<]]except for the Career SIG, which meets at 6 pm, ''before'' the pizza and program.
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! Career SIG
----
'''Meeting Starts at 6:00 PM'''

'''Topic:''' Topics vary according to the presence of HR/Recruiters, the needs of the current group attending and IT Industry trends since the last meeting.

'''Speaker:''' Alvin Goats

----
! Programmers SIG
----
'''Topic:''' Something Related to Python, Not Sure Yet

'''Speaker:''' [[Jeff Rush -> mailto:jrush@taupro.com]]

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! Security SIG
----
'''Topic:''' TBD

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We now have a chat room: irc.freenode.net #dfwuug


----
!! Gene Saunders -- RIP

Gene Saunders, a well known member of the Unix community here in North Texas and elsewhere, died unexpectedly of
natural causes on about September 19, 2008.  He was 51 years old.  A mailing list, [=FriendsOfGene@grommit.com=],
has been setup for those wishing to share stories and receive announcements related to a memorial gathering.

[[Friends of Gene -> http://grommit.com/mailman/listinfo/friendsofgene]]
----

'''Date:'''

! %red%''' Thursday, November 6, 2008 -- 7:00 PM'''%%


! %navy%'''Normal Meeting Location'''

'''Location:''' [[Sun Microsystems in Dallas -> http://www.dfwuug.org/wiki/Main/Directions]]



Our meetings are always open to the public at no charge.

----
! [[#MainPresentation]]Main Presentation
----

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This will be a departure from our normal theme of high tech presentations. I felt like a change of pace would be nice, for once and
this presentation will be an historical documentary, if you will, about some of the possibly mob-connected things that were going on, in the Dallas / Fort Worth area during the Great Depression. (Which may be known in the future, if things keep going badly, in this economy, as the first Great Depression. (sigh))


'''Speaker(s):'''  %color=green font-size=11pt font-weight=bold% Jim Gatewood, Author & Historian


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! Career SIG
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'''Meeting Starts at 6:00 PM'''

'''Topic:''' Topics vary according to the presence of HR/Recruiters, the needs of the current group attending and IT Industry trends since the last meeting.

'''Speaker:''' Alvin Goats

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! Programmers SIG
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'''Topic:''' Something Related to Python, Not Sure Yet

'''Speaker:''' [[Jeff Rush -> mailto:jrush@taupro.com]]

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! Security SIG
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'''Topic:''' TBD

'''Speaker:''' Greg Hoare (greg.hoare at linuxmail.org) Security SIG Leader

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We now have a chat room: irc.freenode.net #dfwuug


----
!! Gene Saunders -- RIP

Gene Saunders, a well known member of the Unix community here in North Texas and elsewhere, died unexpectedly of
natural causes on about September 19, 2008.  He was 51 years old.  A mailing list, [=FriendsOfGene@grommit.com=],
has been setup for those wishing to share stories and receive announcements related to a memorial gathering.

[[Friends of Gene -> http://grommit.com/mailman/listinfo/friendsofgene]]
----

'''Date:'''

! %red%''' Thursday, November 6, 2008 -- 7:00 PM'''%%


! %navy%'''Normal Meeting Location'''

'''Location:''' [[Sun Microsystems in Dallas -> http://www.dfwuug.org/wiki/Main/Directions]]



Our meetings are always open to the public at no charge.

----
! [[#MainPresentation]]Main Presentation
----

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This will be a departure from our normal theme of high tech presentations. I felt like a change of pace would be nice, for once and
this presentation will be an historical documentary, if you will, about some of the possibly mob-connected things that were going on, in the Dallas / Fort Worth area during the Great Depression. (Which may be known in the future, if things keep going badly, in this economy, as the first Great Depression. (sigh))


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! Career SIG
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'''Meeting Starts at 6:00 PM'''

'''Topic:''' Topics vary according to the presence of HR/Recruiters, the needs of the current group attending and IT Industry trends since the last meeting.

'''Speaker:''' Alvin Goats

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! Programmers SIG
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'''Topic:''' Something Related to Python, Not Sure Yet

'''Speaker:''' [[Jeff Rush -> mailto:jrush@taupro.com]]

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! Security SIG
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'''Topic:''' TBD

'''Speaker:''' Greg Hoare (greg.hoare at linuxmail.org) Security SIG Leader

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We now have a chat room: irc.freenode.net #dfwuug


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!! Gene Saunders -- RIP

Gene Saunders, a well known member of the Unix community here in North Texas and elsewhere, died unexpectedly of
natural causes on about September 19, 2008.  He was 51 years old.  A mailing list, [=FriendsOfGene@grommit.com=],
has been setup for those wishing to share stories and receive announcements related to a memorial gathering.

[[Friends of Gene -> http://grommit.com/mailman/listinfo/friendsofgene]]
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'''Date:'''

! %red%''' Thursday, November 6, 2008 -- 7:00 PM'''%%


! %navy%'''Normal Meeting Location'''

'''Location:''' [[Sun Microsystems in Dallas -> http://www.dfwuug.org/wiki/Main/Directions]]



Our meetings are always open to the public at no charge.

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This will be a departure from our normal theme of high tech presentations. I felt like a change of pace would be nice, for once and
this presentation will be an historical documentary, if you will, about some of the possibly mob-connected things that were going on, in the Dallas / Fort Worth area during the Great Depression. (Which may be known in the future, if things keep going badly, in this economy, as the first Great Depression. (sigh))


'''Speaker(s):'''  %color=green font-size=11pt font-weight=bold% Jim Gatewood, Author & Historian


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! Career SIG
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'''Meeting Starts at 6:00 PM'''

'''Topic:''' Topics vary according to the presence of HR/Recruiters, the needs of the current group attending and IT Industry trends since the last meeting.

'''Speaker:''' Alvin Goats

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! Programmers SIG
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'''Topic:''' Something Related to Python, Not Sure Yet

'''Speaker:''' [[Jeff Rush -> mailto:jrush@taupro.com]]

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'''Topic:''' TBD

'''Speaker:''' Greg Hoare (greg.hoare at linuxmail.org) Security SIG Leader

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The Green movement is becoming increasingly more popular. Companies are facing consumers demanding ecological responsibility and increasingly stringent government regulations. The power consumption of modern data centers is certainly part of the problem. However, IT is also a large component
of the solution. This presentation explains Sun's approach to the problem of being both econonmically viable and ecologically responsible. It will explore many of the best practices learned and steps customers can take today to improve their data center efficiency.


'''Speaker
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This will be a departure from our normal theme of high tech presentations. I felt like a change of pace would be nice, for once and
this presentation will be an historical documentary, if you will, about some
of the possibly mob-connected things that were going on, in the Dallas / Fort Worth area during the Great Depression. (Which may be known in the future, if things keep going badly, in this economy, as the first Great Depression. (sigh))


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The Dallas Ft. Worth UNIX Users Group offers area UNIX users the opportunity to attend monthly meetings that include presentations from industry experts, small break-out sessions for special interest groups, and free pizza! If you'd like to get involved and increase your networking opportunities, join us for our next meeting! [[<<]]

We now have a chat room: irc.freenode.net #dfwuug


----
!! Gene Saunders -- RIP

Gene Saunders, a well known member of the Unix community here in North Texas and elsewhere, died unexpectedly of
natural causes on about September 19, 2008.  He was 51 years old.  A mailing list, [=FriendsOfGene@grommit.com=],
has been setup for those wishing to share stories and receive announcements related to a memorial gathering.

[[Friends of Gene -> http://grommit.com/mailman/listinfo/friendsofgene]]
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'''Date:'''

! %red%''' Thursday, October 2, 2008 -- 7:00 PM'''%%


! %navy%'''Normal Meeting Location'''

'''Location:''' [[Sun Microsystems in Dallas -> http://www.dfwuug.org/wiki/Main/Directions]]



Our meetings are always open to the public at no charge.

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! [[#MainPresentation]]Main Presentation
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'''Topic(s):''' %color=blue font-size=11pt font-weight=600% Ideas for a greener Data Center

The Green movement is becoming increasingly more popular. Companies are facing consumers demanding ecological responsibility and increasingly stringent government regulations. The power consumption of modern data centers is certainly part of the problem. However, IT is also a large component of the solution. This presentation explains Sun's approach to the problem of being both econonmically viable and ecologically responsible. It will explore many of the best practices learned and steps customers can take today to improve their data center efficiency.


'''Speaker(s):'''  %color=green font-size=11pt font-weight=bold%Daniel Hebert  [[Sun Microsystems -> http://www.sun.com]]


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! Career SIG
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'''Meeting Starts at 6:00 PM'''

'''Topic:''' Topics vary according to the presence of HR/Recruiters, the needs of the current group attending and IT Industry trends since the last meeting.

'''Speaker:''' Alvin Goats

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! Programmers SIG
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'''Topic:''' Something Related to Python, Not Sure Yet

'''Speaker:''' [[Jeff Rush -> mailto:jrush@taupro.com]]

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! Security SIG
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'''Topic:''' TBD

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We now have a chat room: irc.freenode.net #dfwuug


----
!! Gene Saunders -- RIP

Gene Saunders, a well known member of the Unix community here in North Texas and elsewhere, died unexpectedly of
natural causes on about September 19, 2008.  He was 51 years old.  A mailing list, [=FriendsOfGene@grommit.com=],
has been setup for those wishing to share stories and receive announcements related to a memorial gathering.

[[Friends of Gene -> http://grommit.com/mailman/listinfo/friendsofgene]]
----

'''Date:'''

! %red%''' Thursday, October 2, 2008 -- 7:00 PM'''%%


! %navy%'''Normal Meeting Location'''

'''Location:''' [[Sun Microsystems in Dallas -> http://www.dfwuug.org/wiki/Main/Directions]]



Our meetings are always open to the public at no charge.

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! [[#MainPresentation]]Main Presentation
----

'''Topic(s):''' %color=blue font-size=11pt font-weight=600% Ideas for a greener Data Center

The Green movement is becoming increasingly more popular. Companies are facing consumers demanding ecological responsibility and increasingly stringent government regulations. The power consumption of modern data centers is certainly part of the problem. However, IT is also a large component of the solution. This presentation explains Sun's approach to the problem of being both econonmically viable and ecologically responsible. It will explore many of the best practices learned and steps customers can take today to improve their data center efficiency.


'''Speaker(s):'''  %color=green font-size=11pt font-weight=bold%Daniel Hebert  [[Sun Microsystems -> http://www.sun.com]]


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! Career SIG
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'''Meeting Starts at 6:00 PM'''

'''Topic:''' Topics vary according to the presence of HR/Recruiters, the needs of the current group attending and IT Industry trends since the last meeting.

'''Speaker:''' Alvin Goats

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! Programmers SIG
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'''Topic:''' Something Related to Python, Not Sure Yet

'''Speaker:''' [[Jeff Rush -> mailto:jrush@taupro.com]]

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! Security SIG
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'''Topic:''' TBD

'''Speaker:''' Greg Hoare (greg.hoare at linuxmail.org) Security SIG Leader

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!! Gene Saunders -- RIP

Gene Saunders, a well known member of the Unix community here in North Texas and elsewhere, died unexpectedly of
natural causes on about September 19, 2008.  He was 51 years old.  A mailing list, [=FriendsOfGene@grommit.com=],
has been setup for those wishing to share stories and receive announcements related to a memorial gathering.

[[Friends of Gene -> http://grommit.com/mailman/listinfo/friendsofgene]]
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Targeted at those unfamiliar with Python, I'll introduce the criteria for choosing a programming language and explain how Python fits that criteria, both its strengths and weaknesses.  I'll walk through a few source code examples and then outline
the various problem domains and major corporate projects in which Python is used.

There will be coverage of where Python is going, the Python 3000 project and the upcoming (Oct 4) [[regional Python conference in Arkansas -> http://pycamp
.python.org/Arkansas]], and a demonstration of installing some Python programs from the [[public Python server -> http://pypi.python.org]] (like CPAN) with automatic dependency handling, sandboxing from your system installation and one-command access to the source code of any module.

'''Speaker(s):'''  %color=green font-size=11pt font-weight=bold%Jeff Rush

Jeff is the webmaster and past president of the DFWUUG.  He worked for the Python Software Foundation as the global Python Advocacy coordinator for a year, chaired Python conferences in Dallas in 2006 and 2007 and is the organizer of the [[DFW Pythoneers -> https://www.dfwpython.org]], a splinter or sub usergroup of DFWUUG.  Using Python he provides consulting services, technical screencasts at [[showmedo.com -> http://www.showmedo.com]] and presentations at the North America Python Conference and nearby regional conferences.

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'''Topic(s):''' %color=blue font-size=11pt font-weight=600% Ideas for a greener Data Center

The Green movement is becoming increasingly more popular. Companies are facing consumers demanding ecological responsibility and increasingly stringent government regulations. The power consumption of modern data centers is certainly part of the problem. However, IT is also a large component of
the solution. This presentation explains Sun's approach to the problem of being both econonmically viable and ecologically responsible. It will explore many of the best practices learned and steps customers can take today to improve their data center efficiency.


'''Speaker(s):'''  %color=green font-size=11pt font-weight=bold%Daniel Hebert  [[Sun Microsystems -> www
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The Dallas Ft. Worth UNIX Users Group offers area UNIX users the opportunity to attend monthly meetings that include presentations from industry experts, small break-out sessions for special interest groups, and free pizza! If you'd like to get involved and increase your networking opportunities, join us for our next meeting! [[<<]]

'''Date:'''

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'''Location:''' [[Sun Microsystems in Dallas -> http://www.dfwuug.org/wiki/Main/Directions]]



Our meetings are always open to the public at no charge.

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'''Topic(s):''' %color=blue font-size=11pt font-weight=600% What is Python and Why is it Cool?

Targeted at those unfamiliar with Python, I'll introduce the criteria for choosing a programming language and explain how Python fits that criteria, both its strengths and weaknesses.  I'll walk through a few source code examples and then outline the various problem domains and major corporate projects in which Python is used.

There will be coverage of where Python is going, the Python 3000 project and the upcoming (Oct 4) [[regional Python conference in Arkansas -> http://pycamp.python.org/Arkansas]], and a demonstration of installing some Python programs from the [[public Python server -> http://pypi.python.org]] (like CPAN) with automatic dependency handling, sandboxing from your system installation and one-command access to the source code of any module.

'''Speaker(s):'''  %color=green font-size=11pt font-weight=bold%Jeff Rush

Jeff is the webmaster and past president of the DFWUUG.  He worked for the Python Software Foundation as the global Python Advocacy coordinator for a year, chaired Python conferences in Dallas in 2006 and 2007 and is the organizer of the [[DFW Pythoneers -> https://www.dfwpython.org]], a splinter or sub usergroup of DFWUUG.  Using Python he provides consulting services, technical screencasts at [[showmedo.com -> http://www.showmedo.com]] and presentations at the North America Python Conference and nearby regional conferences.

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! Career SIG
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'''Meeting Starts at 6:00 PM'''

'''Topic:''' Topics vary according to the presence of HR/Recruiters, the needs of the current group attending and IT Industry trends since the last meeting.

'''Speaker:''' Alvin Goats

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! Programmers SIG
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'''Topic:''' Something Related to Python, Not Sure Yet

'''Speaker:''' [[Jeff Rush -> mailto:jrush@taupro.com]]

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! Security SIG
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'''Topic:''' TBD

'''Speaker:''' Greg Hoare (greg.hoare at linuxmail.org) Security SIG Leader

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'''Date:'''

! %red%''' Thursday, September 4, 2008 -- 7:00 PM'''%%


! %navy%'''Normal Meeting Location'''

'''Location:''' [[Sun Microsystems in Dallas -> http://www.dfwuug.org/wiki/Main/Directions]]



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'''Topic(s):''' %color=blue font-size=11pt font-weight=600% What is Python and Why is it Cool?

Targeted at those unfamiliar with Python, I'll introduce the criteria for choosing a programming language and explain how Python fits that criteria, both its strengths and weaknesses.  I'll walk through a few source code examples and then outline the various problem domains and major corporate projects in which Python is used.

There will be coverage of where Python is going, the Python 3000 project and the upcoming (Oct 4) [[regional Python conference in Arkansas -> http://pycamp.python.org/Arkansas]], and a demonstration of installing some Python programs from the [[public Python server -> http://pypi.python.org]] (like CPAN) with automatic dependency handling, sandboxing from your system installation and one-command access to the source code of any module.

'''Speaker(s):'''  %color=green font-size=11pt font-weight=bold%Jeff Rush

Jeff is the webmaster and past president of the DFWUUG.  He worked for the Python Software Foundation as the global Python Advocacy coordinator for a year, chaired Python conferences in Dallas in 2006 and 2007 and is the organizer of the [[DFW Pythoneers -> https://www.dfwpython.org]], a splinter or sub usergroup of DFWUUG.  Using Python he provides consulting services, technical screencasts at [[showmedo.com -> http://www.showmedo.com]] and presentations at the North America Python Conference and nearby regional conferences.

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'''Meeting Starts at 6:00 PM'''

'''Topic:''' Topics vary according to the presence of HR/Recruiters, the needs of the current group attending and IT Industry trends since the last meeting.

'''Speaker:''' Alvin Goats

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! Programmers SIG
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'''Topic:''' Something Related to Python, Not Sure Yet

'''Speaker:''' [[Jeff Rush -> mailto:jrush@taupro.com]]

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! Security SIG
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'''Topic:''' TBD

'''Speaker:''' Greg Hoare (greg.hoare at linuxmail.org) Security SIG Leader

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Jeff is the webmaster and past president of the DFWUUG.  He worked for the Python Software Foundation as the global Python Advocacy coordinator for a year, chaired Python conferences in Dallas in 2006 and 2007 and is the organizer of the [[DFW Pythoneers -> http://www.dfwpython.org]], a splinter or sub usergroup of DFWUUG.  Using Python he provides consulting services, technical screencasts at [[showmedo.com -> http://www.showmedo.com]] and presentations at the North America Python Conference and nearby regional conferences.
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Jeff is the webmaster and past president of the DFWUUG.  He worked for the Python Software Foundation as the global Python Advocacy coordinator for a year, chaired Python conferences in Dallas in 2006 and 2007 and is the organizer of the [[DFW Pythoneers -> https://www.dfwpython.org]], a splinter or sub usergroup of DFWUUG.  Using Python he provides consulting services, technical screencasts at [[showmedo.com -> http://www.showmedo.com]] and presentations at the North America Python Conference and nearby regional conferences.
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'''Topic(s):''' %color=blue font-size=11pt font-weight=600% [[http://www.isc.org/index.pl?/sw/bind/index.php | "DNS SEC"]]

Introducing the DNS Security Extensions (DNSSEC-bis), the presentation
will cover the need, creation, use, troubleshooting, and problems of DNSSEC
signed zones. The presentation will also introduce `EDNS0
, new resource
records,
and DNSSEC related tools. The examples will be done using ISC
BIND. Due to limited time,
the lecture will be very introductory while still
covering these many topics.

DNSSEC extends standard DNS to add resource records and algorithms to provide
source authentication (not encryption) for DNS. It is backward compatible, so
non-DNSSEC systems can still use the normal DNS data
.

The presentation will also discuss the recent and ongoing security
vulnerability.

'''Speaker(s):'''  %color=green font-size=11pt font
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Jeremy is a `NetBSD and `DragonFly committer, BSD Certification Group board member, and an ISC employee
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'''Topic(s):''' %color=blue font-size=11pt font-weight=600% What is Python and Why is it Cool?

Targeted at those unfamiliar with Python, I'll introduce the criteria for choosing a programming language and explain how Python fits that criteria
, both its strengths and weaknesses.  I'll walk through a few source code examples and then outline the various problem domains and major corporate projects in which Python is used.

There will be coverage of where Python is going, the Python 3000 project and the upcoming (Oct 4) [[regional Python conference in Arkansas -> http://pycamp
.python.org/Arkansas]], and a demonstration of installing some Python programs from the [[public Python server -> http://pypi.python.org]] (like CPAN) with automatic dependency handling, sandboxing from your system installation and one-command access to the source code of any module.

'''Speaker(s):'''  %color=green font-size=11pt font-weight=bold%Jeff Rush

Jeff is the webmaster and past president of the DFWUUG.  He worked for the Python Software Foundation as the global Python Advocacy coordinator for a year, chaired Python conferences in Dallas in 2006 and 2007 and is the organizer of the [[DFW Pythoneers -> http://www.dfwpython.org]], a splinter or sub usergroup of DFWUUG.  Using Python he provides consulting services, technical screencasts at [[showmedo.com -> http://www.showmedo.com]] and presentations at the North America Python Conference and nearby regional conferences
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Introducing the DNS Security Extensions (DNSSEC-bis), the presentation
will cover the need, creation, use, troubleshooting, and problems of DNSSEC
signed zones. The presentation will also introduce `EDNS0, new resource
records, and DNSSEC related tools. The examples will be done using ISC
BIND. Due to limited time, the lecture will be very introductory while still
covering these many topics.

DNSSEC extends standard DNS to add resource records and algorithms to provide
source authentication (not encryption) for DNS. It is backward compatible, so
non-DNSSEC systems can still use the normal DNS data.

The presentation will also discuss the recent and ongoing security
vulnerability.

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Jeremy is a `NetBSD and `DragonFly committer, BSD Certification Group board member, and an ISC employee.
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'''''%purple%Quick Background Reads for the Uninitiated'''''[[<<]]
[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mono_(software) | Mono virtual machine]] - Where and How it all began[[<<]]
[[http://arstechnica.com/articles/culture/novell-hack-week-an-experiment-in-innovation.ars/2 | Moonlight]] is Novell's nascent open-source implementation of Microsoft's Silverlight framework for rapid, rich media application development. Moonlight was created during an epic hackathon that took place in the beginning of June, 2007, but certain components are already robust enough for use in broader contexts on the desktop.[[<<]]
[[http://mono.wikia.com/wiki/Moonlight | Moonlight @ Mono Wiki]][[<<]]
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Directions to BNI from January 2007
[[<<]]
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This facility is just West of Coit Road, on Spring Creek Pkway, in Plano. As you turn west, on Coit, it will be about 1-2 blocks on your right (North) at 4105.[[<<]]
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'''''Quick Background Reads for the Uninitiated'''''[[<<]]
[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mono_(software) | Mono virtual machine]] - Where and How it all began[[<<]]
[[http://arstechnica.com/articles/culture/novell-hack-week-an-experiment-in-innovation.ars/2 | Moonlight]] is Novell's nascent open-source implementation of Microsoft's Silverlight framework for rapid, rich media application development. Moonlight was created during an epic hackathon that took place in the beginning of June, 2007, but certain components are already robust enough for use in broader contexts on the desktop.[[<<]]
[[http://mono.wikia.com/wiki/Moonlight | Moonlight @ Mono Wiki]][[<<]]
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! %purple%'''Special Meeting Location for July 10, 2008'''

Directions to BNI from January 2007[[<<]]
===================================[[<<]]
Address: 4105 W. Spring Creek Parkway Suite 610, Plano, TX 75024, in the Stonewood Office Park. Phone 972.612.0659 (main)[[<<]]
[[<<]]
This facility is just West of Coit Road, on Spring Creek Pkway, in Plano. As you turn west, on Coit, it will be about 1-2 blocks on your right (North) at 4105.[[<<]]
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http://www.dfwuug.org/cgi-bin/pmwiki/uploads/Main/dfwuug_meetingx_20070104.pdf[[<<]]
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http://www.dfwuug.org/cgi-bin/pmwiki/uploads/Main/dfwuug_meeting_20070104.pdf[[<<]]

[[<<]]
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