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Plop TLM, je ne vais pas aux RMLL cette année, par contre je viens te trouver une bonne promo Air France pour aller à … OHM 2013 … Observe Hack Make … (31 juillet / 4 août, 30 km d'Amsterdam)
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Guadeloupe : le 3 juin Hacking day avec le GwadaLUG

Les membres du GwadaLUG proposent d’organiser un "hacking day" le dimanche 3 juin. En effet, la présence en Guadeloupe ce week-end là de Franciane, geekette libriste en stage à Marie-Galante et de Luther, membre du GwadaLUG résident en métropole en vacances en Guadeloupe nous a semblé un bon motif pour organiser cette journée ce jour là.

Momo du code bar (le café-restaurant où nous avions organisé l'hackpéro moteurs de recherche libres et alternatifs) est OK pour ouvrir pour nous à cette date et assurer un service de restauration pour les personnes présentes

Au programme :
*Matin* à partir de 10h/10h30 matinée réservée aux membres (et aux futurs membres) :
- présentation des projets que des membres souhaitent réaliser avec le GwadaLUG
- constitution de groupes de travail pour les personnes intéressés
- présentation du site actuel et des possibilités de rédaction des nouveaux membres
- demande d'aide (webmastering/administration) pour le site : validation, remise en forme d'articles, surveillance des forums (spam) etc...

**Midi**Repas open :
ouvert aux membres, leurs amis, aux curieux etc...

*Après-midi* Hack et ateliers cambouis.
exemples : pirate box, auto-hébergement, téléphonie avec Serval...

Merci de faire circuler l'info autour de vous afin de rassembler un max de personnes pour cette journée, les objectifs sont les suivants :
1. réunir tous les membres pour décider de projets à mener collectivement au niveau du GwadaLUG
2. nous faire connaître par les personnes intéressées par ce type de problématiques et partager un moment convivial avec eux
3. nous réunir pour bidouiller ensemble (dans le cadre de projet précis du GwadaLUG et/ou selon l'(envie|humeur|actualité)
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ça y est, j'ai trouvé un peu de temps pour jouer avec mon Sheeva plug : update + fix de la Ubuntu native et install de uShare un serveur DLNA / UPnP
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Hey hey, pour ceux qi sont en #Guadeloupe: le GwadaLUG organise un  #hackpero  public et ouvert chaque 2ème mercredi du mois.

mercredi prochain —12 mars— c'est spécial internet des objets avec des montages made in Guadeloupe à bas deraspberrypi, arduino et dérivés
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Pour ceux qui voudraient faire un tour en Guadeloupe (ou aller en métropole), il y aurait des billets à moins de 400€ pour la fin juin:
Billets Guadeloupe moins 400 euros ( Juin 2013)
Dates les moins chères: Billets Guadeloupe 400 euros. 
Vols aller retour au départ de Paris Orly (ou Paris Roissy via Xl Airways).
Les  dates à choisir pour voyager moins cher:
Vols vers Pointe a Pitre
- 15 Juin au 29 Juin => 367€      - 15 Juin au 22 Juin => 379€
- 02 Juin au 13 Juin => 379€      - 04 Juin au 14 Juin => 380€
- 15 Juin au 29 Juin => 380€
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libkmod: ERROR ../libkmod/libkmod-index.c:816 index_mm_open: magic check fail: b007fa57 instead of b007f457iptables v1.4.13: can't initialize iptables table `nat': Table does not exist (do you need to insmod?)

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solved : it was just a bad ip rule called by a pre-up in /etc/network/interfaces ... no comment
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Stop SOPA
Alexander Howard originally shared:
 
A Status Update on SOPA from Washington

A colleague just asked me for a crash course on the Stop Online Privacy Act. I sent them my feature:
http://radar.oreilly.com/2011/11/sopa-protectip.html

The thing is, that post is about 6,000 words long and is now a month out of date. So here's the briefing I sent back. First, the major players in the House:

Rep. Lamar Smith, chairman of House Judiciary Committee. His staffers had a major hand in drafting it. He supports it. So do Reps. Goodlatte and Berman. Rep. Mel Watts is the congressman whose remarks about not understanding helped to fuel headlines about people in the House making laws about something (the Internet) they don't understand (which is something that makes people who use and do understand it VERY frustrated).

Dear Congress, It's No Longer OK To Not Know How The Internet Works:
http://motherboard.vice.com/2011/12/16/dear-congress-it-s-no-longer-ok-to-not-know-how-the-internet-works *"Dear Internet: It's No Longer OK to Not Know How Congress Works"*-+Clay Johnson:
http://www.informationdiet.com/blog/read/dear-internet-its-no-longer-ok-to-not-know-how-congress-works-

FOR SOPA: RIAA, MPAA, big Hollywood, labor. Ergo, a bipartisan coalition of 39 co-sponsors in the House. Oh, and all of these companies:
http://gizmodo.com/5870241

AGAINST SOPA: Reps. Darrell Issa, Zoe Lofgren, Jason Chaffetz and Jared Polis, the Internet industry. These four representatives (2 from CA, 1 from Colorado, 1 from Utah) introduced dozens of amendments to SOPA that would have addressed the most damaging, controversial, vague or problematic aspects of the bill, post-manager's amendment. (There's a lot of those.) By raising them, they created two day's worth of debate during the markup, effectively filibustering SOPA's progress during the waning days of the legislative calendar. They essentially ran out the clock, to apply a football metaphor, on the year at a time when the rest of the House was focused on other issues. See: payroll tax cut extension.

Rep. Michelle Bachmann is the only GOP candidate I've heard talk about it, which is notable. I think there should have been a debate question about it and the Internet -- but those aren't up to me.

Key counterproposal: An "*OPEN*" bill from Issa and other opponents of SOPA. Learn more at http://keepthewebopen.com … there's a lot that's interesting about that site, including both bill posts with commenting. It hosted an embedded livestream of the markup hearings.

Prospects: mixed. On the one hand, it's looking likely that it will pass out of committee. Proposed amendments voted down 2-1 in HJC when the manager's amendment was marked up. Unless something changes, I expect SOPA to emerge largely unamended, particularly with respect to that relates search engines and use of DNS for enforcement, the most controversial aspects of the bill for the tech community.

On the other hand, there have been significant cybersecurity concerns raised about the bills because of what it would do to DNSSEC, including by DHS officials. The committee might take a classified briefing so that the government's own geeks from Sandia Labs and DHS and other "Three Letter Agencies" could explain to the legislators) who somehow neglected to bring in any technical experts before the committee to testify) why SOPA won't work and why it's a terrible idea to try to DNS for enforcement. If that happens before markup, it could change the bill that heads to the House floor -- and House leadership might want to address security concerns before bringing it to a full vote.

There's going to be a month when the senators will be hearing about how unpopular these bills are. It's unclear if public option will turn enough against them if the broadcast and cable TV networks (which are all FOR SOPA) don't cover it. Fox News just did a spot, so that may be changing. I'd love to be a fly on the wall between network executives and producers at CNN, 60 Minutes and MSBNC right now.

That said, it's not 1982. The Internet will drive awareness of these bills in 2012 in a way that simply wasn't possible before this moment in history. The reaction from tech companies and their leaders is in of itself news and it's much harder to miss the discussion around SOPA online now. Google, Facebook and Wikipedia still haven't changed their homepages to protest SOPA. While +Sergey Brin +Eric Mill and +Jimmy Wales have expressed concerns about the bill, as written, +Mark Zuckerberg has not written a "status update" like Brin yet about it. Those are 3 of the top 10 sites in the world and places that nearly 100% of online citizens hit daily. If Zuck or more Internet executives came out that publicly against SOPA, it would affect the debate in D.C.

People to follow to stay up to date on #SOPA: The single most prolific blogger has been Mike Masnick at +Techdirt , who has shifted much of his output to the issue over the past month. Masnick is ardently against the bill. I think +Declan McCullagh at +CNET and +Gautham Nagesh at the Hill have produced some of the the best sourced coverage around right now and understand both the politics and the technology (a regrettably rare combination). If you want to keep up to date and can afford to pay to get the news earlier, Politico's tech policy team is all over it at @politicopro(paid) and @morningtech. http://politico.com/morningtech.

If you like your analysis free and in real-time, follow
+Julian Sanchez (now at Cato), who has been following SOPA closely, +Nate Anderson at +Ars Technica and Cory @Doctorow at @BoingBoing. The @EFF and Center for Democracy and Technology have all been watching the progress and provisions of the bills on a daily basis, including livetweeting the hearings (@EFFLive).

Date of next markup: Unclear. Likely when the House comes back in session in 2012:
http://majorityleader.gov/calendar/112Congress2ndSession.pdf
Expect @DarrellIssa to share it on Twitter. He's been breaking a lot of the news on SOPA there.

Other key date: January 24th. That's when the Protect IP Act (PIPA) is set to go before the Senate. Senator Reid has said he's going to bring it up on the first day the Senate is back in session. Senator Ron Wyden (D-OR), who put a block on it, says he filibuster it. Key ratio, as with any bill there, is for/against in Senate. It will be interesting to see how other senators line up. That 60+ for or 40+ split is what to ask political analysts about -- I don't know that count yet
That's what I've got from Washington for now. When I know more, I'll share it onwards.
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