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Re: NYC LOCAL: Friday 1 April and Saturday 2 April 2011: Mobile Security
Re: NYC LOCAL: Friday 1 April and Saturday 2 April 2011: Mobile Security Hackday and UN School Install Fest
Wed, 30 Mar 2011 04:19:14 -0400
What a total fucking waste of time.
The stench in that basement must be overwhelming.
The smell of body odor and pizza is not a good one.
On 30 Mar 2011 00:05:04 -0400, email@example.com wrote:
> what="two official announcements"
> first="'Don\'t be fooled' Mobile Security Hackday
> hosted by Guardian Project (GP) and Mobile Active (MA),
> see first announcement for more information"
> second="Install Fest at United Nations International School
> hosted by UNIS and Raul Cuza,
> see second announcement for more information"
> note="rsvps are requested for both events, see details below"
> edits="tail material of first announcement trimmed,
> odd characters replaced in second"
> announcements-separator="***** .... *****">
> From: Nathan of Guardian <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Date: March 25, 2011 10:56:04 AM EDT
> To: guardian-dev <email@example.com>,
> Subject: [guardian-dev] "Don't be fooled" Mobile Security Hackday
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> "Don't be fooled" Mobile Security Hackday
> sponsored by the Guardian Project & Mobile Active
> Location: openMobileLab, 127 west 27st, Suite 702, NYC.
> Time: Friday, 1 April 2011 from 9:30 till 5:00. Beer O'Clock from 5:00
> till 7:00.
> Hashtag: #safermobile
> Event URL:
> About Event:
> To celebrate April Fools Day and to highlight mobile phone & digital
> network insecurities, the Guardian Project (GP) and Mobile Active (MA)
> are hosting "Don't be Fooled", part of a new #SaferMobile initiative.
> This hackday will showcase mobile tools to enhance security, profile
> GP's open-source tools and feature a room for p2p conversations about
> mobile security.
> Do to the intimate size of the venue, we are caping RSVPs at 30.
> * 20 "developers / hackers" who want to learn about developing secure
> mobile phone services. (RSVP on GP's wiki)
> * 10 p2p'rs who want to root their phones / learn about mobile security.
> (RSVP on GP's wiki)
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> Guardian-dev mailing list
> Post: Guardianfirstname.lastname@example.org
> List info: https://lists.mayfirst.org/mailman/listinfo/guardian-dev
> Date: Tue, 29 Mar 2011 23:24:59 -0400
> From: Raul Cuza <email@example.com>
> To: Debian-NYC List <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Subject: [Debian-NYC] Linux Installation Festival * April 2 12pm - 5pm
> * Reminder and apologies to those that keep a well oiled calendar *
> There will be a Linux Installation Festival on April 2 from 12pm to
> 5pm (ish) at the United Nations International School (24-50 FDR Drive
> New York, NY 10010-4046). You are cordially invited. Please reply to
> [raulcuza at gmail dot com] if you are interested in coming so I have
> a sense of the numbers.
> This event is open to anyone interested in Linux. Newbies as well as
> sages are welcomed.
> I have about 30 old desktops that will be given away to interested
> families after they have been fixed up and prepared with Linux.
> Instead of doing this work in a dark office all alone, I would like to
> do the work with and in the company of fellow Linux enthusiast.
> Things that would be good to bring:
> gigi hubs
> your favorite Linux repositories
> install media (CD, USB)
> DVD burners
> tools (if you want to turn the X broken computers into Y working computers,
> where Y < X)
> Things UNIS will provide:
> power and power strips
> Internet access
> big open space with a view of the East River
> 30 machines itching to be cleaned up and given a new life for a new family
> Lunch can be delivered if people are interested in ordering something.
> April 2, from 12 PM to 5 PM
> United Nations International School
> 24-50 FDR Drive
> New York, NY 10010-4046
> Please reply to [raulcuza at gmail dot com] if you are interested in
> coming so I have a sense of the numbers.
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