[fw-wiz] CodeCon program announced, early registration deadline nearing

From: Tina Bird (tbird_at_precision-guesswork.com)
Date: 01/22/04

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    To: firewall-wizards@honor.icsalabs.com
    Date: Thu, 22 Jan 2004 10:03:54 -0800 (PST)

    I'm forwarding this announcement on behalf of my friend Len. A number of
    the presentations -- which require working code to be accepted for the con
    -- may be of interest to readers on this list.

    cheers -- tbird

    ---------- Forwarded message ----------
    Date: Wed, 21 Jan 2004 13:43:28 -0800 (PST)
    From: Len Sassaman <rabbi@abditum.com>

    The program for CodeCon 2004 has been announced.


    CodeCon is the premier showcase of active hacker projects. It is a
    workshop for developers of real-world applications with working code and
    active development projects. All presentations will given by one of the
    active developers, and accompanied by a functional demo.

    Highlights of CodeCon 2004 include:

    PGP Universal - Automatic, transparent email encryption with zero clicks
    Osiris - A free Host Integrity Monitor designed for large scale
                    server deployments that require auditable security
    Tor - Second-generation Onion Routing: a TCP-based anonymizing
                    overlay network
    Vesta - An advanced software configuration management system that
                    handles both versioning source files and building
    PETmail - Permission-based anti-spam replacement for SMTP
    FunFS - Fast User Network File System - An advanced network file
                    system designed as a successor for NFS
    Codeville - Distributed version control system
    Audacity - A cross-platform multi-track audio editor

    The third annual CodeCon takes place February 20 - 22, noon - 6pm, at Club
    NV (525 Howard Street) in San Francisco. CodeCon registration is $95; a
    $20 discount is available for attendees who register online prior to
    February 1, 2004.


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