Announcement

November 11 meeting - Open Source Software for Musicians

Mon, 2010-11-01 14:45

Have you ever wanted to use your computer to record or play music?

In the old days, it took a studio full of equipment to produce and record music. But now, the required tools are much more affordable, and can easily fit into a home studio. There is a wide selection of very robust audio applications that run on standard PC hardware, and many of them are FREE ("free" as in "beer" -- but also as in "freedom").

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October 14 meeting - Apache ModSecurity

Wed, 2010-10-06 00:30

Time & Place: October 14, 2010, 7pm, at Red Hat HQ

Title: Introduction to ModSecurity, the Open Source Web Application Firewall

About this talk:

So your web server listens on port 80 and your firewall blocks most everything else. Secure, right? How about that port 80? Do you trust your application code? Is your server patched? Are your developers really more clever than the folks who want to break in? Is security even on the mind of your developers?

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2010 Steering Committee Elected

Fri, 2010-05-14 00:09

The ballots went out, came back, and the results are in ... We have a new Steering Committee! Please make the two new members, Jeff Schornick and Jym Williams Zavada, feel welcome!

May 13 Meeting: Puppetize It!

Fri, 2010-05-07 10:22

Join us and Mike Seda at Red Hat HQ, May 13th, 7pm

Mike Seda, CEO and IT Consultant at Seda Systems, Inc., will introduce us to Puppet, an Open Source Data Center Automation and Configuration Management framework.

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Mar 11 Meeting: Web Security 101

Sat, 2010-02-27 06:09

Location: Red Hat HQ, NCSU Centennial Campus
Speaker: Michael Peters
Time: 7:00pm -0500 Thu, 11 Mar 2010
Food: Pizza and soft drinks provided

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HTML is "easy", right? Security is not, right? Come listen to Michael Peters discuss web security, why you should care, where you should care, and tips for the "rest of us" who don't (but should!) wear a paranoia hat daily.

Michael will explain the

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Feb 11 Meeting: SQLite - A Brief History

Wed, 2010-01-27 22:42

Location: Red Hat HQ, NCSU Centennial Campus
Speaker: D. Richard Hipp
Time: 7:00pm -0500 Thu, 11 Feb 2010
Food: Pizza and soft drinks provided

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Database technology has a long and rich history. Come listen to Richard mesmerize us with tales of the database world of yore, and the original reasons behind SQLite.

Richard will further

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January 14 meeting - A Linux-based Arcade Console

Tue, 2009-12-29 21:03

Location: Red Hat HQ, NCSU Centennial Campus
Speaker: Thomas Munn
Time: 7pm, Thursday January 14
Food: Pizza and soft drinks provided

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Thomas has been working on something that is part art, part tech, and part FUN. He has an arcade game console with Linux under the hood.

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December 10 meeting - Pot Luck social + the Beagle Board

Fri, 2009-12-04 10:14

Location: Red Hat HQ, NCSU Centennial Campus
Speaker: Brian Phelps
Time: Thursday December 10, 7pm
Food: NO PIZZA THIS TIME - bring a dish to share

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For the last few years in December, TriLUG has hosted a "social", a time to gather and eat and chat and play games, without the distractions of a planned presentation.

We're going to try something new this year, the hybrid talk / social meeting.

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November 12 meeting - PostgreSQL 8.4

Sat, 2009-10-24 20:17

Location: Red Hat HQ, NCSU Centennial Campus
Speaker: Andrew Dunstan
Time: 7pm

The PostgreSQL project released v8.4 of its relational database in July. Andrew Dunstan will introduce us to the project as a whole, and delve into some of the new features (e.g. Windowing Functions) of the recent release. Andrew is also part of the Postgres development team, so as a bonus, we may get a sneak peek at in-development improvements (e.g. Streaming Replication).

Postgres is behind the scenes of many well-known sites and companies, including Cisco, Debian, MySpace, OpenStreetMap, Skype, and Yahoo!.

October 8 meeting - Linux High-Availability

Mon, 2009-10-05 22:20

Linux is a very popular choice for server applications, but many businesses require extremely high availability. For example, phone companies require "five nines" of availability. That's 99.999% uptime.

Sure, my desktop PC might go a month or two between reboots. But how do you ensure that your Linux-based application is available ALL the time?

"Linux HA" is a set of tools that allows you to cluster several Linux systems together to provide a very high level of availability. When one system is not responding, the next one takes over.

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