During Software Freedom Day, we’ll be celebrating the merits of Free software (free as in Freedom, we ask you to pay for your beer). The main topic this year will be: The cloud is yours: What alternatives can be given to the big cloud players that better respect your personaly integrity?
Presentations and Workshops
How Bitwarden improves security and productivity (Jurgen)
Format: Presentation - discussion Prior knowledge: no prior knowledge needed Time slot: 10:00 - 10:50
Last year, we decided we needed a better solution for shared passwords than the occasional spreadsheet and wiki page. This talk will talk about the process of choosing and implementing a pasword manager in your organisation. About opportunities, pitfalls and first results.
Knowledge management and problem solving through combining terse syntaxes (indietermancy)
Format: Presentation - discussion Prior knowledge: Being comfortable using the linux command line Time slot: 11:00 - 11:50
The presentation presents core facets and functionalities of Icebreaker. The project focuses on knowledge management and problem solving through combining terse syntaxes.
- Gemtext (the Gemini protocols format)
- Emacs Hyperbole’s Koutliner (hyperlinking format)
- Quiy (a recursive-modelling-language)
Askarel set up a cloud server in his internal home network.
Format: Presentation - discussion Prior knowledge: no prior knowledge needed Time slot: 13:00 - 13:50
Basically, this would be a ten minute presentation with 40 minutes for Q&A.
Get anonymous with Linux (Zipion)
Format: Workshop Prior knowledge: no prior knowledge needed Time slot: 14:00 - 14:50 Bring along: your computer + a USB stick (16GB or more)
This workshop aims to be an introduction to online privacy and security using the live-USB linux distributions TAILS (The Amnesiac Incognito Live System) and Whonix, and anonymous browsing with TOR. We will create bootable usb keys, install a virtual machine and learn some useful tips about how to protect your anonymity online and share some useful/interesting links accessible through TOR.
Using Nextcloud as your media center (Kai)
Format: Workshop Prior knowledge: no prior knowledge needed Time slot: 15:00 - 15:50
Nextcloud is a simple solution to synchronize files of all sorts. While you can use it for documents and photo’s, it can also be the heart of your media center. During this talk, I will explain how I did it.
Communicating with your weather station the open way (Paul)
Format: Presentation - discussion Prior knowledge: Basic understanding of dashboards and timeseries databases helps, but is not required Time slot: 16:00 - 16:50
How to gather metrics from a weatherstation and store them on your home network.
- weather station manufacturer: Froggit
- metrics collection: Telegraf
- dashboarding: Grafana
- Timeseries database: InfluxDB
Linux install party
Time slot: 10:00 - 17:00 (bring along your computer)
Together with our friends at BxLug, we’ll also host a Linux install party. Bring along your old (or new) computer, and we’ll help you install linux on it. Your machine will get a second life!
Time slot: 10:00 - 17:00 (just hop in!)
Have a talk and a drink with some members of the hackerspace. Get to know our space and our philosophy.
Globally, Software Freedom Day gets celebrated on a different date. We’re letting it coincide with the Journée Découverte d’entreprise event at Cytigate to allow for a broader audience - on the date of October 2nd, from 10:00 to 17:00 (and socially even longer).