Location: University of Arizona, South
Date: Wednesday, December 16th, 2015
COCHISE LINUX USER GROUP MEETING 16 DECEMBER 2015 MINUTES
The seventh meeting of the CLUG was held at the University of Arizona, Sierra Vista campus, room C165A North on 16 December 2015 at 1700-1800. Seven people attended the meeting. (One new person.)
- 17 December – Ubuntu Hour at Schlotzsky’s Cafe at 1800-1900 hosted by Rex Bouwense.
- 13 January – CLUG meeting at the University of Arizona, Sierra Vista campus, room C165A North at 1700-1800. There will be a presentation on GIT by Paul Bernard.
- 23 January – CLUG meeting at the Sierra Vista public library conference room at 1400-1545. There will be a presentation on web site creation by Jake Strechek.
DOWN THE ROAD:
There seems to be sufficient interest in attending one of the AZLOCO/PLUG install-fests on the first and third Saturdays of each month. So we will tentatively look at car-pooling to one early next year.
The Southern California Linux Expo 14x will be held 21-26 January 2016 at the Pasadina Convention Center. It is expected to host 150 exhibitors and 130 sessions, tutorials, and special events. https://www.socallinuxexpo.org/scale/14x Full access pass is only $75 and a 50% discount code can be obtained from PLUG. Volunteers are needed so if you want to volunteer please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com. Concurrently, the Ubucon will be held at the same location 21-22 January 2016. https://insights.ubuntu.com/2015/10/21/announcing-the-ubucon-summit/ Mark Shuttleworth will be giving the keynote address.
Leo Cox “volunteered” to head up the formation of the re-furbishing computer project.
Janet Vermillion “volunteered” to head up the formation of the high school/middle school computer club presentation project.
The CLUG will finally be in the Sierra Vista Herald regularly (printed and web site).
Hashcat, the world’s fastest cracking tool, is now officially open source. https://hashcat.net/forum/thread-4880.html.
Louie Garcia gave a presentation on Risk Assessment and Security Analysis for a mythical business in Sierra Vista which has asked the CLUG for assistance.