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[OT] CurrentC

From: Stephen Kraus 
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I know we were discussing CurrentC as the competitor to Google Wallet and
Apple Pay.

Ironically, they already got breached:
http://www.cnbc.com/id/102132750?trknav=homestack:topnews:1

Location codes for places without addresses

From: Dan Lyke 
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This might be of particular interest to Meuon: A project out of Google
for generating location codes for places that have streets, but no
formal addressing system.

https://github.com/google/open-location-code


fwd: [PhreakNIC] GPG Keysigning at PhreakNIC (At the CryptoParty Perhaps)

From: Jon Nyx 
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FYI; we're cleaning this up for the website & the ap later today. Hope
to see some of y'all at PhreakNIC 18 this weekend. Thus endeth the
PN18 ads.

~~jonnyX

PS - I wish I'd known about Hamfest Chattanooga; we'd love to have
that sort of content not just at PhreakNIC, but in the Nashville area
in general.

-----Forwarded Message-----
> From: Jon Nyx 
> Sent: Oct 28, 2014 12:26 PM
> To: phreaknic@googlegroups.com
> Subject: [PhreakNIC] Re: GPG Keysigning at PhreakNIC (At the CryptoParty Perhaps)

> On Tuesday, October 28, 2014 12:18:05 PM UTC-5, Zachariah Gibbens wrote:
>
>> Has anyone planned a GPG keysigning party for PhreakNIC 18?

Yes indeed: https://phreaknic.info/content/cryptoparty

Here's the preliminary schedule we got from Alan Fey, the Freeside Atlanta
director, last night:

I marked with the times I *MAY/CAN** be there as *[Alan]* so at other
times, you should have some volunteers help keep things going.  *I'll make
every effort to pop-in when there's not a talk I want to see so I can make
sure volunteers have everyone setup and running well.  :)

Hey, let's drop Smashthestack Q&A in that case, because it's too similar to
NetKOH...no sense in replicating.

How does this look?

*[FRI]*

??? - 2pm: *[Alan]* I'm open to whatever during this time.  I am aiming for
arriving around noon, so I can probably get CryptoParty room kicked off
until the talk I want to see.  I will get folks interested in the
Panopticlick Golf - do you have a prize I could use for this?  I am liable
to pick up something colossally stupid from a gas station on the way up as
a prize, so hopefully you have something really cool we can pitch to the
cause.

2 - 3pm: I recommend that if you have a computer hooked into projector,
that we show 30C3 talks, or just have open discussion.  If there's nothing
else going on, queue up a 30C3 talk!  :)  I'll assemble a list of URLs of
talks I think would work well for our audience.

3 - 4pm: *[Alan] *I'll go ahead and do hands-on GPG setup or keysigning,
plus playing around with VPNs, plus get volunteers familiar with the
Panopticlick Golf game.  Once I show volunteers the basics, this stuff will
be ongoing

4 - 6pm: Let's have a screening of the Internet's Own Boy, the Aaron Swartz
documentary which is freely available on the Internet Archive.

6 - 7pm: *[Alan*] Browsing security plug-in review, general browser
security, possible discussion of Tor+Firefox

7 - 8pm: Open discussion, 30C3 talks, Panopticlick Golf, GPG, VPNs

8 - 9pm: *[Alan] *Steganography 101 can probably be pulled off in this time
frame.

9 - 10pm: I'm doing my own talk, so Open discussion, 30C3 talks,
Panopticlick Golf, GPG, VPNs

10pm+: *[Alan] *I'll go ahead and have make your own OnionPi router
running, plus the usual: Open discussion, 30C3 talks, Panopticlick Golf,
GPG, VPNs

11p/midnight-ish: I will probably want to hang out socially with you fine
people at some point!

*[SAT]*

??? - 1pm:* [Alan] *I'll help kick things off by making sure the volunteers
are up to speed on running: Open discussion, 30C3 talks, Panopticlick Golf,
GPG, VPNs - if there's time, I'll make friends with Jitsi and discuss OTR

1 - 3pm: Another screening of the Internet's Own Boy, the Aaron Swartz
documentary?  If not, the usual Open discussion, 30C3 talks, Panopticlick
Golf, GPG, VPNs.

4 - 6pm: *[Alan] *I'll discuss Pond and Tahoe-LAFS, and perhaps we'll try
and make a Tahoe-LAFS grid if the people are willing and ready!

6 - 10pm: These talks are too awesome for me to miss!  Open discussion,
30C3 talks, Panopticlick Golf, GPG, VPNs.

10pm+: *[Alan] *Let's make an OnionPi router!  If people already have
theirs working, we'll switch focus to debugging or creating the Tahoe-LAFS
grid, and/or general discussion about operational security techniques and
*Other*.

11p/midnight-ish: I will probably want to hang out socially with you fine
people at some point!

*[SUN]*

??? - 2pm: *[Alan] *Aside from Les' talk, I'll probably be hanging out in
the CryptoParty room, nursing a hangover.  :)  Ask me anything while we
quietly drink coffee and work on things.

2pm: Announcing Winner of Panopticlick Golf !!!

2pm+: I'll be wrapping up my stay and looking to get back to the ATL, last
bits of contact info exchange with all you fine people.

fwd: [nlug] PhreakNIC now has an android app

From: Jon Nyx 
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FYI; next-to-last bit of PhreakNIC spam, then I'm done 'til we start
promoting the PN 2015 May-Day Mini-con.

~~jonnyX

-----Forwarded Message-----
> From: andrew mcelroy 
> Sent: Oct 28, 2014 12:11 PM
> To: "nlug-talk@googlegroups.com" 
> Subject: [nlug] PhreakNIC now has an android app
>
> Greetings everyone,
>
> I wanted to get the word out that PhreakNIC now has an android mobile app.
> https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.sophrinix.phreaknic&hl=en
>
> I have an iOS version of this app, but apple would take too long to
> approve it, so we will have to settle for deploying iOS next year.
>
> Respectfully,
> Andrew McElroy

OT:Ham Meeting about Digital Voice Tonight @ 6

From: Rod-Lists 
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It is in the Community Room @ memorial north park (hixson/northgate).
They will be listening on 2 national simplex (146.520).
Topic will be all Digital voice modes . Not just Dstar.
Since k4vcm will be there I suspect they will be discussing the new Yaesu fusion mode.
Tom has converted the 79 machine to that.