Welcome

KWLUG - The Kitchener-Waterloo Linux User Group is a monthly meeting of GNU/Linux, Free Software, Open Source and technology enthusiasts.

Where? When? We meet in Kitchener, Ontario, usually on the first (non-holiday) Monday of the month, beginning at 7pm. (Directions)

How much? Our meetings are free of charge and open to anybody with an interest in Linux and/or free software.

What next?

Upcoming Meetings

KWLUG Meeting: Monday, July 4, 2016, 7pm

Date: 
Monday, 4 July 2016
Presentation Topic

Synchronizing mail, calendars and contacts

Chris Irwin lived a personal experiment to synchronize his mail, with the following goals:

  • Access mail from the commandline
  • Synchronize between hosts, with no information totally local
  • Use standards
  • Minimal annoyance day to day
  • Synchronize with Android

To accomplish this he uses a stew of utilities and libraries: mutt, notmuch, Khard, Khal, Todoman, iSync/MBsync, vdirsyncer, git, CalDav-sync, CardDav-sync, OpenTasks, Baikal and DavMail.

Presented

KWLUG Meeting: Monday, August 8 2016

Date: 
Monday, 8 August 2016
Presentation Topic

Short Presentations and Activities

This month will be a smorgasboard of short presentations. If you would like to contribute a presentation please contact us.

- John Kerr will show some screencasts he made.
- Bob Jonkman is organizing a keysigning party.

Presented

KWLUG Meeting: Monday, Sept 12, 7pm

Date: 
Monday, 12 September 2016
Presentation Topic

OpenWRT customizations

Kris Braun will discuss the work he did customizing OpenWRT images for his startup. He may cover topics related to lua, dnsmasq, and uhttpd.

Presented

KWLUG Meeting: Monday, Oct 3 2016

Date: 
Monday, 3 October 2016
Presentation Topic

Emulating the Tor network

University of Waterloo graduate student Nik Unger will tell us about his research. He is creating a state-of-the-art emulation platform that aims to emulate the entire Tor network at full scale. Tor is an open-source tool that helps users to stay anonymous online. He will discuss some of the challenges involved, his approach to the problem, why he chose Linux as a platform for it, and specific features of the Linux kernel that enable his work. He will also share some of this project's implementation details.

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