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GatorLUG Meeting | 2010-02-17 | 6-8pm | Google Fiber, GPG, Keysigning

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Clinton Collins <[log in to unmask]>

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Platform Independent Linux List! <[log in to unmask]>

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Tue, 16 Feb 2010 15:14:32 -0500

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Greetings All,

You are invited to join us at the next GatorLUG meeting in "will it ever
warm up around here" Gainesville, Florida.

Come early and eat some great Cuban food.

Meetings are always free and open to the general public.

More information about the current meeting with a map link:

http://www.gatorlug.org/node/258

More information about GatorLUG: http://www.gatorlug.org/node/10

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GatorLUG Meeting Agenda for February, 17 2010

6:00 - 6:30 Announcements / General Discussion

Upcoming Meetings | Programming Tournament

6:30 - 7:00 Google Fiber in Gainesville | David Nessl

Google is planning to build and test ultra high-speed broadband networks
in a small number of trial locations across the United States. They will
deliver Internet speeds more than 100 times faster than what most
Americans have access to today with 1 gigabit per second,
fiber-to-the-home connections.

Google has put out a "request for information" to help them identify
communities that would be interested in participating in this
"experimental fiber network". David Nessl is working on a response to
Google from Gainesville, FL. Here is your opportunity to join the
discussion.

More information about Google's experiment is here:

http://googleblog.blogspot.com/2010/02/think-big-with-gig-our-experimental.html

7:00 - 7:30 What Is GPG Good For Anyway? | Edward Allcut

GnuPG is the GNU project's complete and free implementation of the
OpenPGP standard as defined by RFC4880 . GnuPG allows for encrypting and
signing data and communications. It also features a versatile key
managment system and access modules for all kinds of public key directories.

http://www.gnupg.org/

7:30 - 8:00 GPG keysigning

There are 4 steps required to participate:

 1. Generate a GPG key-pair if you do not already have one. Read this
page for instructions on how to do this:
http://www.cryptnet.net/fdp/crypto/keysigning_party/en/keysigning_party.html#keypair_generation

2. Send your GPG public key to the key server at pgp.mit.edu. This is to
facilitate everyone signing the key at the conclusion of the party.
For information on how to do this, look at this section of the former
page:
http://www.cryptnet.net/fdp/crypto/keysigning_party/en/keysigning_party.html#keyserver

3. Email your key ID, key type, HEX fingerprint, and key size to clinton
~at~ collins-family ~dot~ org with the subject line of "GPG". This
information is available via the "gpg --fingerprint " command.

4. Attend the GatorLUG meeting and bring the Required things listed
above -- especially your key information and your ID.

See this link for more information:

http://www.gatorlug.org/node/56

See you there,

Clinton Collins, President
GatorLUG, Gainesville, Florida
http://www.gatorlug.org

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