Winmor and ARDOP are looking for people to port to OSX &Linux

From: Rod-Lists 
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Both are sound card modems that allow a computer to interact with a ham radio for data transmissions.
 WINMOR relies on DirectX/.NET sound API programming which may or may not work in mono.
However supposedly >NET has been open sourced so that may help.
Or someone could write and implementation of the spec in another language.


ARDOP is in beta now and is supposed to be the next gen.
http://www.winlink.org/content/ardop

Senior Storage Engineer position in Chattanooga, great rate available

From: Matt Keys 
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I've confirmed it's TVA.

Fw: Senior Storage Engineer position in Chattanooga, great rate available

From: Matt Keys 
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Passing it along. The note "that all fabric's are independent, highly secur=
e environment" does have me curious who it is... maybe TVA, bank, check int=
o cash?

FreePBX Call Recording Issue (Stephen Kraus)

From: Justin McAteer 
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Could be that the call is being setup with media directly between the phone=
s. What type of interface are you using for your external calls?
Thanks=2C=0A=

Justin McAteer=0A=

(256) 694-9195


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If you could install Ubuntu on this 21-inch All-in-One Android computer

From: Phil Shapiro 
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This would be a sweet extra computer in the house with Ubuntu installed. 


http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16883148209 


Admittedly, a very small 8 GB solid start hard drive -- but you could save files 
to SD card. (And you could maybe boot from the SD card, too, with a full operating 
system on it.) 


phil 


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"Wisdom begins with wonder." - Socrates 
"Learning happens thru gentleness." 

WOT:EM Drive( Q Thruster) seems to be holding up to NASA tests

From: Rod-Lists 
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NASA is doing hard vacuum tests on it. And the results are holding.
Still a long way off but if this continues to hold up we are looking at earth to moon in 4 days
A 70 day transit to Mars.
Outer planets are looking even better.

"For such a mission, such as a crewed flight to the outer planets – specifically, a Titan/Enceladus mission at Saturn – an EM Drive would allow for a 9-month transit period from Earth to Saturn, a 6-month in-situ mission at Titan, another 6-month in-situ mission at Enceladus, and a 9-month return trip to Earth. This would result in a total mission duration of just 32 months."

*fingers Crossed*
http://www.nasaspaceflight.com/2015/04/evaluating-nasas-futuristic-em-drive/

News item - "House gets green light for open source"

From: Phil Shapiro 
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This is great news. 


http://gcn.com/blogs/pulse/2015/06/house-open-source.aspx 


Phil 

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Fwd: Google to Build $600 Million Data Center in Jackson County, Alabama

From: David White 
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I got this email from the Thrive Mailing List, and am passing it along....

Mail Server Admins: What RBLs do you use?

From: David White 
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In my always evolving, never-ending quest to reduce the amount of spam my
system has to deal with, I've just added some more RBLs to my Postfix
config. As of now, here's all of the lists I'm using to block spam:

        reject

CM/linux port

From: Matt Keys 
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Just wondering if anyone in the lug would be interested in trying to port c=
yanogenmod, ubuntu touch, or whatever to a cheap Chinese tablet. My goal is=
 really just to learn from it and to make something useful out of it. I've =
got 3 of them that I mistakenly thought would make good cheap Bria clients =
to test with. It's this POS ..


http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=3D9SIA45S1BF1262


If you're interested I'll give/mail you one. Here's info I've pulled from i=
t so far :


http://pastebin.com/f2T1Mcac

OT: County looking for MS-sql licenses

From: Rod-Lists 
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https://www.ebidexchange.com/Solicitation.aspx?cid=90552949-a65b-49a1-923b-153bdf73fde0&uid=00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000&sid=62497
Is this where they post RFP's?

Anyone wanna work for FAcebook?

From: John Aldrich 
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Facebook is looking for a Linux kernel hacker to work on the networking
stack:

http://www.theregister.co.uk/2014/08/07/facebook

MS's PowerShell to support SSH

From: Stephen Kraus 
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Again, it seems like Microsoft is slowly gravitating towards recognizing
the need for interoperability between Linux, UNIX, and Windows.

Glad to see more of this. Between the addition of NFS support and added
UNIX support in 2012, I'm excited.

On Tue, Jun 2, 2015 at 9:55 PM, Wil Wade  wrote:

> Another piece of MicrOSSoft news:
>
> They are going to be working on PowerShell with OpenSSH. An interesting
> quote however indicates how the inside has changed at Microsoft:
>
> "The first attempts were during PowerShell V1 and V2 and were rejected.
>> Given our changes in leadership and culture, we decided to give it another
>> try and this time, because we are able to show the clear and compelling
>> customer value, the company is very supportive."
>
>
>
> http://blogs.msdn.com/b/looking

MS's PowerShell to support SSH

From: Wil Wade 
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Another piece of MicrOSSoft news:

They are going to be working on PowerShell with OpenSSH. An interesting
quote however indicates how the inside has changed at Microsoft:

"The first attempts were during PowerShell V1 and V2 and were rejected.
> Given our changes in leadership and culture, we decided to give it another
> try and this time, because we are able to show the clear and compelling
> customer value, the company is very supportive."


http://blogs.msdn.com/b/looking

Fwd: Linux System Admin (telephony/call center environment) // Direct Telecom Client // Alpharetta, GA

From: John Aldrich 
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Got this in my email. Don't think I'm qualified... so I'm passing this
along to anyone in the group who might be interested

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John Aldrich mrmaxx@nospammail.net



----- Original message ----- From: Pradeep Gurme
 To: jmaldrich@yahoo.com Subject: Linux
System Admin (telephony/call center environment) // Direct Telecom
Client // Alpharetta, GA Date: Thu, 14 May 2015 12:44:11 -0400 (EDT)

*Job Title: Linux System Admin* *Any of the Location:* *Alpharetta, GA*
*Duration: 24+ months Contract *

Please provide below details for submission: Availability:
Updated resume:

*

In case you haven't met Jason Griffey yet

From: Phil Shapiro 
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Hi Chugalug community, 


In case you haven't met Jason Griffey yet, he is a library luminary on the national (and international) scene, 
but more importantly he is a very talented tech innovator with his LibraryBox project. 


Meet him in this recent video. 


http://americanlibrarieslive.org/blog/archive-future-libraries-0 


Yup, he's right here with us in the Chugalug community, too. 


phil 


https://twitter.com/griffey 


http://jasongriffey.net/ 






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Arduino/Raspi Relay board

From: Joe Freeman 
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Greetings All-

I am looking to put together a small system to monitor and control my
aquaponics system. I already have a raspi model B, but have been trying to
figure out the best way to go about doing this. I can get something like
the Sainsmart 8 port 5v relay board and drive it from the raspi's GPIO
pins, but I'm wondering if this isn't something better done with an arduino.

Specific requirements at the moment are to be able to turn one 500gph pump
on for 15 minutes every hour 24x7, record water temperature (using a water
proof temperature sensor), and record greenhouse temperature.

Later phases will include monitoring ph, ammonia, nitrate, and nitrite
levels, water level in the tank, and being able to shunt (using some
solenoid valves) a portion of the water flow through a smaller mix tank
that would allow mixing with certain agents to raise/lower ph as needed to
keep the system at an average ph of 7.0. I'd also like to include a flow
meter to monitor water flow rate.

I'm thinking the arduino route may be the way to go to at least instrument
the system, possibly with the raspi collecting data, doing analysis, and
notification/dashboard duties.

Does anyone have any thoughts/advice?

Joe

Is Ubiquity violating the GPL?

From: Rod-Lists 
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http://libertybsd.net/ubiquiti/

Boston Linux/Cacti Administration Opportunity

From: Matt Keys 
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Passing it along. Peter's profile on LinkedIn is here :


http://www.linkedin.com/pub/peter-sullivan/64/1b0/631


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Hi Matt,

We are looking for a strong administrator or developer with 2+ years of Cac=
ti experience to support our client's large scale network in the Greater Bo=
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oduction environment. He or she will be expected to improve Cacti performan=
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nt of the hardware, OS and application layer. The ideal candidate will be h=
ungry, driven and has a passion for problem solving. Compensation will be v=
ery competitive. Please respond to this message or email my Account Manager=
 Lauren Parks if you or anyone you know would be interested in hearing more=
 details. Lauren's email is lauren.parks@insightglobal.net. Thank you!