Meeting56

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Meeting56
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From 2011/01/27 19:30:00 to 2011/01/27 23:59:59
Attendees (10):
Jeroen De Dauw, Sandb, Hans, Fs111, Impy, Joren, Koenraad, Koen, Tazo, Cedric
Where:
Whitespace Blekerijstraat 75, Gent, Belgium
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Agenda points

  • Did someone take care of the 10 Years Wikipedia costs we could push to the NL WMF?
    • sandb paid for it, ask him
  • New financial responsible
  • make more noise for Newline!
    • extra room
    • talks are coming in, looks good!
    • When advertising an url our certificate should be in order
      • It is in most browsers, unfortunately the multi domain thing seems not to work on Android
  • Article in "de tijd"

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Meeting notes

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Did someone take care of the 10 Years Wikipedia costs

  • we could push to the NL WMF?
  • sandb paid for it

New financial responsible

  • tazo will do it
  • sandb will deliver the cash to bank
  • term is feb, march and may till last weekend

make more noise for Newline!

  • extra room
    • we can use extra room for free we only need to pay electricity & gas
    • but there has to be one free!
    • backup?
      • check with the neighbours
      • hans will check with the decoders guys
      • we will need a concierge
  • talks are coming in, looks good!
    • on mails newline@0x20.be
    • when you want to be receiving end of those mails, ask hans
  • When advertising an url our certificate should be in order
    • It is in most browsers, unfortunately the multi domain thing seems not to work on Android
    • ssl is ok, http redirects to https
    • apparently certificate warning on android
  • poster
    • after this meeting, meeting around poster

Workshop/intro on pgp/pkis

  • no-one uses pgp!!
  • tazo wants to introduce
  • go for it

Article in "de tijd"

  • is this our target audience?
  • do we want to invest in press releases and what-not?
  • hackerspace is a co-shared space, not an organisation comitted on hacktivism
  • seems what he wants is not what we do or deliver
    • he asked to show him how to hack a telenet server
    • we don't do that and we don't want to be associated with him
  • anybody can speak, but a hackerspace is a physical place, we don't have a common viewpoint, so don't speak in the name of whitespace
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