[lug] Firewall what a flare of experience
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Tue Aug 1 17:58:13 MDT 2000
Wayde Allen wrote:
> On Tue, 1 Aug 2000, Sean Reifschneider wrote:
> > On Tue, Aug 01, 2000 at 04:19:19PM -0600, Wayde Allen wrote:
> > >I'd be interested in knowing what Linux is missing, what needs to be
> > >developed, or what faults it has. Saying it can't be relied upon or
> > >listing machines that have been hacked, etc. doesn't really help us here.
> > There have been some mentions of community projects in the past. This
> > sounds like an interesting one... We put together a Linux firewall
> > based on a certain set of criteria. Then Chris gets to demonstrate
> > the security holes in it... Sounds like a good project, AND a good
> > presentation...
> I still need a presentation for the December meeting.
> - Wayde
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I'd still like to see something on OpenGL and graphics programming in
general for Linux. Not so much HOWTOs (I already do) as current state,
what toolkits do what, so on. Graphics programs related to this,
including gimp, blender, any number, would be welcome for brief demos as
well, just to show where they can be used and what qualities they have.
Then again, I might be more into the 3D than others are.
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