I would like to attend I am interested in vegetables no meat no salt If that is impossible I will Deal. Because it is the event and people more so than the food Thanks Ilsa On Feb 1, 2012 1:02 AM, "Michael Paoli" <Michael.Pa...@cal.berkeley.edu> wrote:
> items, details further below: > 2012-02-21: OpenPhoto Project - Jaisen Mathai > 2012-03-20: Double-Take Availability for Linux by Vision Solutions > book(s), CDs, and other "door prizes", etc. > BALUG system upgrades & volunteering to help BALUG
> BALUG is proud to announce, for our 2012-02-21 meeting we have:
> Data portability, the next frontier, and The OpenPhoto Project, by > Jaisen Mathai
> Putting users in control of their data means separating data storage > from application logic. Doing so opens up possibilities which were > previously impossible. Open data will do for the Internet what open > source did for computing.
> Jaisen Mathai is the founder of The OpenPhoto Project: an > open source, decentralized and federated photo platform. Prior to > starting the project Jaisen was an engineer at Yahoo! and > before that he co-founded a photo startup.
> The OpenPhoto Project was accepted into Mozilla's WebFWD program. > Prior to joining WebFWD the project raised $25,000 on Kickstarter. > All of the source code is available on Github.
> Well, don't worry we won't turn you away, but the RSVPs really help > BALUG and the Four Seas Restaurant plan the meal and meeting, and with > sufficient attendance, they also help ensure that we'll be able to eat > upstairs in the private banquet room.
> Meeting Details...
> 6:30pm > Tuesday, February 21st, 2012 2012-02-21
> Cost: The meetings are always free, but for dinner, for your gift of $13 > cash, we give you a gift of dinner - joining us for a yummy > family-style Chinese dinner - tax and tip included (your gift > also helps in our patronizing the restaurant venue).
> BALUG is proud to announce, for our 2012-03-20 meeting we have:
> A technical presentation by Vision Solutions on Double-Take > Availability for Linux. > Double-Take Availability for Linux is a continuous, byte-level > replication and failover software product. As it can monitor changes > to any data files, it can protect any application - DB or others.
> The replication is from source to target server. Each server is > licensed and has the software installed. Configuration of what data to > replicate and what failover parameters are to be used is accomplished > by a universal console that can run on any Windows platform - PC, > laptop, server, etc. The console doesn't need to run on the servers > being protected. Source and target servers can be in the same room or > across any geographic distance - over any TCP/IP network.
> As Availability is considered a high availability product, RPOs are > typically in the near-zero range because the data changes are captured > and transmitted continuously. RTO (or failover) is typically in the > seconds to minutes range.
> Vision Solutions currently supports most releases of RHEL, Oracle > Linux, CentOS, SUSE with the Ext and XFS file systems. These > distributions are supported on physical and virtual environments.
> BALUG system upgrades & volunteering to help BALUG
> BALUG has some system upgrades (mostly operating system upgrades) coming > in its future. > For most of the information on that, have a look at posts on or after > 2012-01-22 on the SF-LUG list > with the string: > SF-LUG & BALUG: System OS upgrades > in the Subject: header
> Want to volunteer to help out BALUG? (quite a variety of opportunities > exist, including the above) Drop us a note at: > balug-cont...@balug.org > Or come talk to us at a BALUG meeting.
> Feedback on our publicity/announcements (e.g. contacts or lists where we > should get our information out that we're not presently reaching, or > things we should do differently): publicity-feedb...@balug.org
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