August 2009

We met again at OmniTI (thank you for hosting us).

I (Mike Erdely) gave a short talk about using Bacula's encryption mechanisms to store data encrypted on the storage media. Devon O'Dell gave an informal but very interesting talk about the differences between pre-emptive and co-operatively scheduled threading. Then, Jason Dixon introduced us to his new creation: Blogsum. Keep a look out for to be using it in the near future. Finally, I gave another short talk describing my experiences with turning off greylisting in OpenBSD's spamd(8).

After the awesome talks, we adjourned to Victoria Gastro Pub for some food and drink. A good time was had by all.