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Re: [tor-talk] Freedombox Halloween Hackathon

Sounds great any code challanges i and others can join remotely ?:)(would be fun to come But i personally cant come to ny )
Take care

Marc Jones <mjones@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> skrev: (30 oktober 2015 13:07:02 CET)
>Dear Tor community,
>If there is anyone in the NYC area, the FreedomBox Foundation is
>a hackathon this Saturday, October 31st. We would love it if some
>from the Tor community dropped by. We have integrated tor services into
>Freedomboxes, but we are trying to build personal server/wireless
>that makes existing software like Tor as easy to use as possible while
>still using it in a secure fashion. Feedback and contributors on how to
>improve our Tor integration would be very appreciated!
>Hope to see some off you Saturday!
>FreedomBox Halloween Hack-a-thon
>The FreedomBox Foundation [1][2] is hosting a Halloween hack-a-thon on
>Saturday October 31st at the offices of the Software Freedom Law Center
>[3] from 10 am to 6 pm, near Lincoln Center in New York City. New and
>existing contributors will be getting together to work on our
>Debian-based privacy-respecting self-hosting software suite and
>Members of the FreedomBox core development team will be on hand to help
>new contributors get involved and to get some actual work done! We are
>going to be talking about:
>* how to use a FreedomBox as a secure home router;
>* using existing Debian packages to integrate them into FreedomBoxes;
>* integrating in a secure decentralized social network;
>* replacing passwords with an integrated authentication system based on
>We live in a world where our use of the network is mediated by
>organizations that often do not have our best interests at heart. To
>regain control of our privacy, the FreedomBox
>(https://wiki.debian.org/FreedomBox/) project is building an integrated
>suite of software that does not rely on centralized services. Of course
>much of this software already exists. We are hacking, tweaking, and
>molding it into a easy to use software suite so everyone can regain
>control of their privacy by running a FreedomBox at home.
>Bring yourselves, your ideas, your PGP keys, and your Raspberry Pis (or
>other device you want to try FreedomBox on!) We will bring the pizza,
>over-caffeinated soda, and Halloween candy.
>Time: 10:00 am to 6:00 pm, October 31st, 2015
>Location: Software Freedom Law Center,
> 1995 Broadway, 17th Floor, New York, NY
>To let us know you are coming so we can be sure to order enough food
>caffeine email <hackathon at freedomboxfoundation.org>.
>[1] FreedomBox Project: https://wiki.debian.org/FreedomBox/
>[2] FreedomBox Foundation: http://freedomboxfoundation.org/
>[3] Software Freedom Law Center: http://softwarefreedom.org/
>Marc Jones
>Software Freedom Law Center
>1995 Broadway, 17th Floor
>New York, NY 10023
>Tel: 212-461-1919
>Fax: 212-580-0898
>Email: mjones@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
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