The meeting will be held on our BigBlueButton instance: https://webconference.kwlug.org/room/kwlug . There will be no passcode.
Mikalai was unable to present in September, so he will talk about his work in online voting systems this month. He writes:
Tech can change distribution of power. Online voting is usually developed only as a convenience for voters, but we can do more. I will present a design that shifts power to voters by letting every voter to count votes. My device counts votes, your device counts votes, and we the people come to consensus.
Derek Steinmoeller will tell us about scripting and apps for Linux users. He writes:
In this talk, I'll introduce Python 3 to Linux users interested in building automation solutions and/or their own simple apps. We'll look at application areas both on the desktop and the Raspberry Pi.