The SLUUG Cronicle
|February 2||Saturday||Groundhog Day|
|February 3||Sunday||Superbowl Sunday|
|February 4||Monday||SILUG - Carbondale||7:00pm - 9:00pm|
|February 5||Tuesday||MOSLUG||7:00pm -11:00pm|
|February 7||Thursday||SLACC||7:00pm - 9:00pm|
Mardi Gras (Fat Tuesday)
Chinese New Year
|February 12||Tuesday||LUCI - Newbie Night||CANCELED|
CCSL - Dinner Meeting
Topic: The Truth About .NET
by Scott Granneman
SLUUG - General Meeting
|6:30pm - 9:00pm|
|February 14||Thursday||St. Louis Java Users Group||6:30pm - 8:00pm|
|February 14||Thursday||Valentine's Day|
|1:00pm - 5:00pm|
|February 18||Monday||Presidents Day|
St. Louis Science Center
|6:30pm - 9:00pm|
|February 19||Tuesday||XML SIG||6:00pm - 7:00pm|
St. Louis Linux Users Group
Topic: Vulnerability Detection
|7:00pm - 9:00pm|
SLUUG - Steering Committee
NOTE: Not the normal day
|6:15pm - 8:30pm|
|February 26||Tuesday||Hazelwood LUG||6:30pm - 9:00pm|
|February 26||Tuesday||LUCI||7:00pm - 9:00pm|
|February 26||Tuesday||Wireless SIG||6:30pm - 9:00pm|
|March 13||Wednesday||SLUUG - General Meeting||6:30pm|
|March 18||Monday||SLUUG - Steering Committee||6:15pm|
St. Louis Linux Users Group
Topic: Open Source Licenses
|March 26||Tuesday||Hazelwood LUG||6:30pm|
|12:00pm - 5:00pm|
NOTE: More information on these groups, including locations and web sites,
can be found in the "Meeting Locations" section below.
|6:30 pm||Lightning Talks||Part 1|
|7:00 pm||Announcements||Standard Introductions & Procedures|
|7:15 pm||Q & A||An opportunity to ask technical questions|
|7:20 pm||Admittance to building may not be possible after 7:20.|
|7:30 pm||Break||Social, off-line conversations, book sales||8:00 pm||Election||Campaigning and balloting|
|8:30 pm||Lightning Talks||Part 2|
This month we will be hosting 10 Lightning Talks. Each talk will last for 5 minutes. This will hopefully give you the opportunity to learn a little about each subject. Please let us know what you think about the talks. If there is significant interest, we will invite some of the speakers back for full-length presentations.
The scheduled topics are:
|6:30||Robert Citek||Cygwin: a Unix-like environment for Windows|
|6:35||Jim Leingang||Games for $200, Alex: What is 'Recruiting'?|
|6:40||Duaine Hechler||Rexx for Linux: Yet Another Scripting Language?|
|6:45||John Hoffler||The BDPA 2nd Annual Summit|
|6:50||Brian Marston||Cross-community Networking|
|8:30||David Hans||Home Automation and X10|
|8:35||Ben Hockenhull||Wireless Community Networking in St. Louis|
|8:40||Jeff Grigg||What is Extreme Programming (XP)?|
|8:45||John Hoffler||Printing to PDF via Samba|
|8:50||Scott Granneman||Win4Lin: Bringing Windows users under Tux's wing|
|Alternate||Robert Citek||Fun with the Loopback Device|
|Alternate||Tony Zafiropolous||SLUUG and STLLUG: The Tony Z Edition|
|Alternate||Stan Reichardt||Learning vi - Upgrading Your Editor From 'Five'|
Ideas, questions and suggestions are welcome; please contact Christine
Books that are not available at the meetings may be ordered to be picked up at the next SLUUG general meeting. Contact Sue Hurst (firstname.lastname@example.org).
|Books with a red sticker||-||70% off|
|All other books||-||30% off|
All systems are vulnerable to attacks. In this presentation, Jim will provide some steps that you can take to help secure your systems. He will demonstrate the concepts by running some of the detection utilities against a standard Red Hat system.
Jim will cover the following topics in this presentation:
Jim has been working with Unix derivatives since 1992. His first Linux experience was a pre 1.0 kernel Slackware distribution, and he has been using it in one form or another ever since. Jim's security background started in 1995, as the sysadmin of a local ISP. He is currently working as a security analyst for a St. Louis manufacturer.
Comments, questions, and ideas for the St. Louis Linux Users Group
are welcome; please send email to
Meets the 2nd Wednesday of the month, 6:30pm to 9:00pm. Free and open to the public.Sunnen ProductsDirections: Take I-64 (US 40) to the Hanley exit south. Turn left at Manchester, then an immediate right into Sunnen driveway.
7910 Manchester (at Hanley)
St. Louis, MO
(NOTE: A security guard from Sunnen is scheduled to be at the door from 6:20pm to 7:20pm to allow entry. After 7:20, the door will be unattended and you may not be able to enter.)
SLUUG - St. Louis UNIX Users Group
Meets the Monday following the 2nd Wednesday of the month, 6:15pm to 8:30pm. Open to the public. This is where we make decisions on what topics to cover and other administration of the group. If you want to get involved, this is a good place to start.Daugherty Systems
One City Place, 2nd floor
Creve Coeur, MO 63141
St. Louis Linux Users Group (STLLUG) (http://www.stllinux.org)
Meets the 3rd Thursday of each month, 7:00pm to 9:00pm. The room is reserved starting at 6:00pm. (Ask a librarian to let you in if it is locked.) Members are encouraged to come early to mingle and/or give informal demos or presentations. Free and open to the public. (Formerly known as the Linux SIG.)Indian Trails LibraryDirections: Take I-170 to Page east. Turn left at North-South. Turn left at Midland. Drive 2 blocks and turn left on Delport. The library is on your left.
8400 Delport Drive (at Midland)
St. Louis, MO
Hazelwood LUG (http://www.sluug.org/~hzlug)
Generally meets the 4th Tuesday of each month, 6:30pm to 9:00pm. (NOTE: Start time has moved earlier -- to 6:30.) Free and open to the public. This is a SIG of SLUUG, intended for Linux newbies.Prairie Commons Library
915 Utz Lane (between Howdershell and Dunn)
CWE-LUG - Central West End LUG (http://www.sluug.org/~rwcitek/cwe-lug/)
NEW!! No regular meetings yet. In-person help, troubleshooting, installations, show-and-tell, demonstrations, and expressing personal opinions on Linux/Unix, etc. Free and open to the public.Schlafly Library
225 N. Euclid (at Lindell)
St. Louis, MO 63108
MOSLUG - MO Open Source LUG (http://www.nbtsc.org/~iguanacog)
Meets on the 1st Tuesday of the month, from 7:00pm to 11:00pm. Meetings are free and open to everyone. This is a Linux Users Group (LUG) for all levels, from new beginners to the more advanced users.Culpeppers Restaurant (basement)
312 S. Kirkwood Road
Kirkwood, MO 63122
STLBSD - St. Louis BSD Users (http://www.stlbsd.org)
Does not have any official meetings, but they often gather informally at SLUUG meetings. Look for guys with little red daemons on their shirts.
SLACC - St. Louis Area Computer Club (http://www.galilei.com/bbs.htm)
Meets the 1st Thursday of every month, from 7:00pm to 9:00pm.Thornhill Library
12863 Willowyk Drive (off Fee Fee)
Creve Coeur, MO
Meets the 1st Thursday of the month, from 7:00pm to 9:00pm. (NOTE: They did not have a meeting in January, and their web site is not current. No word whether they are still meeting.)CAIT
5 North Jackson at Forsyth
St. Louis Java Users Group (http://www.ociweb.com/javasig/)
Meets the 2nd Thursday of every month, 6:30pm to 8:00pm.CityPlace One Auditorium
One City Place
Creve Coeur, MO 63141
STLWEBDEV - St. Louis Web Developers (http://www.stlwebdev.org)
Meets the 3rd Tuesday of the month from 6:30pm to 9:00pm. Meetings are free and open to everyone. This is an open group to facilitate communications between diverse professions involved in Internet/Intranet design and development. STLWEBDEV is also the St. Louis chapter of the International Webmasters Association and the HTML Writers Guild (IWA-HWG).CityPlace One Auditorium
One City Place
Creve Coeur, MO 63141
XML SIG (http://184.108.40.206/xml/)
This is a SIG of STLWEBDEV. The first meeting will be before the STLWEBDEV meeting, at the same location. It will start at 6:00pm. Meetings are free and open to everyone.
Wireless SIG (http://www.stlwebdev.org/sigs/wireless)
Meets the 4th Tuesday of the month, from 6:30pm to 9:00pm. Meetings are free and open to everyone. Refreshments at 6:30, program begins at 7:00. This group is a cooperative effort of both the St. Louis Web Developers and the St. Louis Java Users Group.CityPlace One Auditorium
One City Place
Creve Coeur, MO 63141
CCSL - Computer Consultants of St. Louis
Monthly Dinner Meeting
Meetings are held the second Tuesday of each month at Cheshire Inn. RESERVATIONS ARE REQUIRED. Cost is $20 per member, $25 per non-member. Call Susan Pope, 314-995-4652. Social hour starts at 5:30pm, meeting starts at 6:30pm.Cheshire Inn
6306 Clayton Rd.
St. Louis, MO
SILUG - Southern Illinois LUG
The SILUG O'Fallon meeting is generally on the first Thursday of the month. It runs from 7:00pm to 9:00pm.O'Fallon Public Library
120 Civic Plaza
SILUG - Southern Illinois LUG
The SILUG Carbondale meeting is the 1st Monday of the month, from 7:00pm to 9:00pm.Life Sciences III
LUCI - Linux Users of Central Illinois (http://www.luci.org)
All LUCI meetings are held at the same location, from 7:00pm to 9:00pm. General meetings are on the 4th Tuesday of the month, and Newbie night is held on the 2nd Tuesday of the month.Illinois State Museum Research & Collections Center
1011 East Ash St.
Springfield, IL 62703
Mizzou LUG (http://mlug.missouri.edu)
The Mizzou LUG has an active web site, but does not appear to hold regular meetings. For information, check their web site.Columbia, MO
We publish meeting schedules of groups in the St. Louis
region that may be of interest to our members. If you would like to
have info added about your group, please mail the newsletter editor
or call any of the SLUUG officers.
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This is the official notice. As required by the By-laws, the Thursday February 21, 2002 meeting shall constitute the annual membership meeting. This year there is a change in our election process -- you will be able to vote at different events instead of JUST the annaul membership meeting. This is to accommodate the members who cannot attend on that specific evening.
Anyone having attended 2 meetings in this previous calendar year is eligible to vote. Names have been collected from sign-in sheets. You can check you eligibility by looking at the list on the front page of the SLUUG web site. All official SLUUG meetings count, including the SLUUG general meetings, Steering Committee meetings, the St. Louis LUG (Linux SIG), and the Hazelwood LUG (Linux Newbie SIG).
The elections are for 1 full term on the Board of Directors and another seat that is open due to resignation -- that term has 1 year remaining. So we are voting on one seat of 3 years and one seat for 1 year. The candidates who have announced as of this article are Robert Citek, Scott Granneman, Stan Reichardt, and Christine Wanta.
There are a total of 5 directors. The terms are staggered to end on different years. SLUUG is incorporated as an association in the state of Missouri.
The person with the 2nd most votes will get the seat with the reainder of 1 year. In the event of a tie, a coin toss will decide. The incumbants are Dave Mills, who is resigning the remaining year due to time commitments, and Gary Meyer who is not running for re-election. Both have served many years on the board.
There wil also be an advisory vote for corporate officers. The officers are actually elected by the board annually but it is our tradition to hold this advisory election as well. The corporate offices are those normally considered in corporate law with the normally accompanying duties.
The candidates at this writing are as follows (I signifies incumbent):
We are trying a new voting method this year. We will vote by paper ballot at 3 different meetings. You can only have your vote count once. An outer envelope will have your name so that the judges know there is only one vote from you and you are an eligible voter. The ballots will then be removed and counted as Australiananonymous ballots.
Ballots can be cast at:
The candidates for the SLUUG elections were encouraged to write up a short statement about their intentions. The following candidates responded in time for publication. Candidates will also be given an opportunity at the meetings to make a statement.
Tony Zafiropoulos - running for President
I am running for SLUUG President, and will not run for the board. The reason for that is that as the Prez, I will ask the board some monetary and other choices - decisions to help promote Open Source. And I wanted to make this process as tough on me as possible. I.e. the proposal must be good for the community, good for the members, and most of all have an effect in the mother of all computer-battle. I.e. closed versus open systems. (With me on the board it would require 2 other board members - whereas w/o me on the board it requires 3 board members.) Our charter (SLUUG) is to promote open systems, and for the last 3 or so years I have helped in some way or another to do that... I have always believed that this group can do _MUCH_ more than it has. Rather than going into the negatives as to why it has not... I prefer to focus on the future. This is my chance to improve the community with several initiatives. My focus will be on developing a simple and useful message that corporate America can understand. I.e. Use open source to control your business, whereas today the software companies control your business. (It still needs work.) And I want to 'spread the gospel' in an efficient manner within the resources allotted as possible. Secondary focus is to help the members develop their skills, both technical and personal, so that they can improve their lives. Includes finding good presentations and developing other events, such as installfests, recruitfests, communicationfest, and any other fest that needs to be created so that the 'geeks' will have better communication skills (since this is a necessary part of the technical life these days). Personal: I own a company (dba CTitek, Intellitech Inc.) which has 1 employee, I have 2 kids and a wife. Have a BS degree from Wash U in Systems Science and Engineering (have to disclose that to all the SIUE, UMSL, Rolla, and others out there :). My first computer job was as a Computer Support Engineer at Hilco, HP-UX 9.x 715. Soon thereafter I started my company and tried to develop a Computer Telephone System (within the Windows environment). After that failed I migrated to a Consulting company, our office mail and firewall system was running Red Hat 5.2. After investigating Linux we started selling Linux solutions more and more. today we offer many Linux and other open source solutions to our customers. My desktops are a Win98 and a SuSE 7.1 box, I also have a notebook running RH7.1. Also have a firewall, email, and a web server that I run within my fractional T-1 to the net. In 2001 I was the secretary of SLUUG, and even if I did not create large copious notes, I did attend every steercom meeting, and most of the LUG and SLUUG meetings as well.
Buck Pyland - running for Secretary
Hello, everyone. I'm Buck Pyland, and I'm running for the position of SLUUG Secretary. I've been a member for about 2-3 years. I enjoy very much coming to the meetings and learning new things along the way. I basically want to contribute to the group, and help out as much as I can. So I decided, with the encouragement of other members, to run for Secretary. I work as a Systems Analyst and Oracle DBA for Maverick Tube Corporation in Chesterfield. I administer two HP-UX servers running Oracle databases and J.D. Edwards OneWorld ERP software. At home, I run FreeBSD and OpenBSD. However, I pretty much cut my teeth, so to speak, on Linux. Some friends of mine and I started the St. Louis BSD Users Group as well as our website, http://www.stlbsd.org, as a means for people who use and like BSD to discuss things. This group has done a lot of good things for open source. I want to see SLUUG continue to do good things, and I would very much enjoy serving this group and its members as Secretary.
Scott Granneman - running for Vice President and Board
My name is Scott Granneman, and I'm running for Vice President of SLUUG and a seat on the board. After graduating from Washington University, I became an English teacher at Crossroads School, an independent school near the Central West End. I taught English to 9th & 12th graders, and I loved it. At the same time, I grew more and more fascinated with technology. In 1995, I discovered the Internet, and my life really hasn't been the same. I became the first technology coordinator at Crossroads, and, with help from friends, I set up the school's first mail and Web server, running Linux. That was my first exposure to Linux, and it made complete sense to me -- powerful, affordable, and eminently functional, Linux was exactly what we needed, and we were not disappointed. I left Crossroads in 1996 to go full time into technology, although education has always been, and continues to be, important to me. I founded a company called WebHeads, and then I co-founded Habanero Computing Solutions in 1996. I left Habanero after a year to work with Alan November, an internationally-known educational technologist, as a presenter, ghostwriter, and Webmaster. After working with Alan, I joined SSE as that company's "Internet Specialist". While working for SSE, I was assigned to develop Sverdrup Corp's. intranet. As a result of that, I met the two men who have been my business partners over the last several years. Together we founded Atisma, a company created to develop and market a Web-based student information system. We were the victims of the slowing investment market in technology, and had to shut down Atisma in early 2001. From the ashes of that company, we formed Bryan Consulting, where I continue to work as a technology consultant and developer of content management system-based Web sites for small- and medium-sized businesses, non-profits, and schools. I also teach courses in Web Design and Linux at Washington University and at St. Louis Community College at Florissant Valley. During this whole odyssey, I have been a strong proponent for Linux, open source, and open standards. From the time I first gained exposure to Linux in 1995, I have been impressed with the way Linux works as well as with the ideas driving the development of the operating system and related software. Events in the last several years have only deepened my appreciation for open source software. It seems to me that it is the right answer for more and more businesses, organizations, and individuals. I do a lot of public speaking to groups of widely disparate natures, but I see near universal interest in Linux and open source growing. Once people hear about what Microsoft and other companies interested in controlling, not empowering, users have in store for them, they get worried, angry, and resolved -- resolved to do something different. This to me directly reflects on what I hope to accomplish as an officer of SLUUG. SLUUG is composed of great people that come together to enjoy each other's company and learn about a shared passion -- open systems and UNIX. This is absolutely vital -- a community of people sharing a common interest is a beautiful thing, and must be encouraged. However, we also need to do a lot more to "get the word out", to educate the people and organizations that need to be educated that there ARE alternatives, and that these alternatives are often exactly what will best serve their needs and will best safeguard their interests as users. As an officer, I will work my hardest to nurture the further development of SLUUG as an organization and as an educational body. SLUUG is a great organization already, but it can be much more. It's my intent, if elected, to encourage the camaraderie between members that we already have, but also to help evangelize open systems to as wide an audience as possible. I want the organization to grow, I want more and more people to find out what we're doing and what we stand for, and I want those people to be excited! We can do it, and I'm ready to lead the charge. Thanks for reading, thanks for your vote, and if you've got any questions, please don't hesitate to email me at email@example.com.
Robert Citek - running for Board
The main reasons I joined SLUUG were 1) to learn more about Unix/Linux, 2) to share what I know about Unix/Linux to others, and 3) to have fun. Over the past couple of years, I am glad to say that I have done all three. Now I would like to ensure that others have the same, positive experience that I have had. That's why I am running for a seat on the Board of Directors.
Mike Kriz - running for Treasurer
Vote for Kriz and against No-one. If No-one wins, the bills won't get paid. If No-one wins, the checking account won't be balanced. If No-one wins, there won't be treasurer reports at the steercom meeting. If No-one wins, nobody will know which bank the accounts are at. If No-one wins, who will keep track of the dial up account payments ? Kriz for Treasurer - 2 1/2 years and still going !
Stan Reichardt - running for Board
I was born a long time ago. I have a life outside of the group with my wife, a son, and a dog. I don't like cats. My personal PC dual boots Windoze and Red Hat Linux. I started collecting evaluations of our presentations and other short surveys. This evolved into actively taking attendance at each meeting. I was the newsletter editor for 2 years until I got Craig to do it. I acted as primary point of contact (self proclaimed Beach-Master) during the Spring 2000 Linux Install-fest. Presently, I sometimes help with keeping the SLUUG web pages up to date, emphasize collecting attendance, and making fliers of upcoming meetings. I am the self proclaimed "Dictator For Life" of the Hazelwood Linux Users Group (LUG), a SLUUG Special Interest Group focused on new Linux users. I regularly attend MOSLUG, SLACC, SLUUG, STL LUG and SLUUG Steering Committee meetings. I am sorely lax on updating the SLUUG user manual, finishing planned tutorials and contributing to the monthly newsletter. As a Board member I would like to: Preserve a healthy Steering Committee environment of participation by consensus (members don't have to hold any position or elected office to influence what gets done). Continue to foster a local community rich in small user groups that can provide different activities and meeting formats. Encourage new members to get involved with more than one group, giving different attention to different activities. Promote enjoyable meetings with other UNIX professionals. I believe that since people are our only real resource we must look for ways to give better structure to our projects, plans, and policies.
Your opportunity to see the St. Louis version of the Webby Awards, which honors the best Web sites, is coming up on Tuesday, Feb. 19. For the third year in a row, the St. Louis Web Developers Organization will be honoring the best of the best in the following categories: Best Corporate Site Best Non-Profit Site Best Personal Site Best Web Content Most Usable Site Most Visually-Appealing Site Best Wireless Site Best Web-Based Application Best St. Louis-Oriented Site Arrive at 6:30 p.m. Feb. 19 at the St. Louis Science Center - May Special Exhibit Hall for a wide variety of refreshments and for networking before the ceremony starts at 7 p.m. There is no charge to attend the ceremony or reception. The "Webmaster of Ceremonies" will be Jeff Barczewski, an employee of Teralogix and a board member of the St. Louis Web Developers Organization. A variety of prizes, cash awards and trophies will be given to those chosen in the first, second and third places of each category. Prizes have been generously donated by the International Webmasters Association for cash awards, OCI Inc, O'Reilly, William Byrne & Associates, Inc., Ajilon , Business News Update, Northrop Grumman Information Technology, Envision, and LiveWire, among others. A team of 30 judges evaluated the entries. There were more than 100 sites entered into the competition for this year's awards.
[Editor's note: While we do not condone piracy or breaking the law, I think that this person's point of view is worth thinking about.]
So it looks like BeOS is going to be lost forever -- the modern day equivalent of being bulldozed into a pit, burned, and buried under concrete. Think of this as another example of the failure of modern-day copyright law. The purpose of copyright law is to place fine examples of the arts into the public domain -- if instead of computer software, BeOS consisted of a series of patents, then 20 years from now we would all have complete, free, access to BeOS, because the patents would have: (1) been disclosed when the monopoly was granted (2) expired However, in the case of copyrighted computer object code, in exchange for granting a government monopoly of 95 years, the public gets nothing. Zilch. Nada. Copyright law hasn't just "tilted" to the side of copyright holders, it has no other master. The public interest is completely removed from consideration. Modern copyright law is NOTHING more then corporate welfare. It no longer benefits the public, and like all laws that work directly against the public interest, no longer deserves respect. Want to get rid of ancient, outdated, overreaching copyright law? Disobey it. Sit in the front of the bus -- in the seat labeled "for corporations only." Take this as a warning. No matter how "cool" a piece of software is, if it is proprietary software, it is absolutely worthless. It can disappear at any moment, and it contributes nothing to the progress of computer science. Nothing. Sure, you can pretend that you're part of the future by playing with a "cool" proprietary OS, but you're just wasting your time and energy on someone else's game. ... and in the end you have no one but yourself for getting f*cked over and spit out. -- Anonymous Coward, http://slashdot.org/comments.pl?sid=26175&cid=2839342
For more information about sponsoring the St. Louis UNIX Users Group,
contact Dave Mills (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Intelligence is the ability to avoid doing work, yet getting the work done. --Linus Torvalds KDE and GNOME live in harmony, except on Slashdot. -- Jamin Gray It's like Outlook without the viruses. -- Scott Granneman, on the Evolution mail program Anyone remember last November when Microsoft's Jim Allchin, group vice president, said in a published interview that all buffer overflows were eliminated in Windows XP? Or that the new operating system installed in a minimalist way, with features turned off by default? Not only did the Universal Plug and Play (UPnP) vulnerability that was found last month exploit an unneeded feature that was enabled by default, but it also was a buffer overflow. -- Bruce Schneier, http://news.com.com/2010-1078-818611.html Communism has one great flaw: it seeks to redistribute existing scarce goods without creating incentive to eliminate the scarcity. -- renehollan on Slashdot I think he was truly surprised at how little I cared about how big a market the Mac had. -- Linus Torvalds, on Steve Jobs Violence is the last refuge of the incompetent. -- Isaac Asimov I think that the anti-Microsoft sentiment is simply due to their having been so successful selling a lot of crap. -- Steve "Woz" Wozniak As long as people will accept crap, it will be financially profitable to dispense it. -- Dick Cavett, in "Playboy", 1971 Perhaps Linux shouldn't be regarded as an operating system at all, but more as a sophisticated multi-player game with a large number of enthusiastic players. You can lose yourself in Linux for hours, tweaking here, updating there. It's great fun if you like that sort of thing. -- http://news.independent.co.uk/digital/features/story.jsp?story=109188
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