outreachy

Fair communication requires mutual consent

I was pleased to read Shirish Agarwal's blog in reply to the blog I posted last week Do the little things matter?

Imagine the world's biggest Kanban / Scrumboard

Imagine a Kanban board that could aggregate issues from multiple backends, including your CalDAV task list, Bugzilla systems (Fedora, Mozilla, GNOME communities), Github issue lists and the Debian Bug Tracking System, visualize them together and coordinate your upstream fixes and packaging fixes in a single sprint.

Let's talk about Hacking (EPFL, Lausanne, 20 February 2018)

I've been very fortunate to have the support from several free software organizations to travel to events around the world and share what I do with other people. It's an important mission in a world where technology is having an increasing impact on our lives. With that in mind, I'm always looking for ways to improve my presentations and my presentation skills.

Do the little things matter?

In a widely shared video, US Admiral McRaven addressing University of Texas at Austin's Class of 2014 chooses to deliver a simple message: make your bed every day.

A highlight of this talk is the quote The little things in life matter. If you can't do the little things right, you'll never be able to do the big things right.

A FOSScamp by the beach

I recently wrote about the great experience many of us had visiting OSCAL in Tirana. Open Labs is doing a great job promoting free, open source software there.

They are now involved in organizing another event at the end of the summer, FOSScamp in Syros, Greece.

Outreachy and GSoC 2017 opportunities in Computer Security, Cryptography, PGP and Python

I've proposed the PGP/PKI Clean Room as a topic in Outreachy this year. The topic will also be promoted as part of GSoC 2017.

If you are interested in helping as either an intern or mentor, please follow the instructions there to make contact.

Outreachy and GSoC 2017 opportunities in Multimedia Real-Time Communication

I've proposed Free Real-Time Communication as a topic in Outreachy this year. The topic will also be promoted as part of GSoC 2017.

If you are interested in helping as either an intern or mentor, please follow the instructions there to make contact.

DVD-based Clean Room for PGP and PKI

There is increasing interest in computer security these days and more and more people are using some form of PKI, whether it is signing Git tags, signing packages for a GNU/Linux distribution or just signing your emails.