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Notes from SeaGL 2019

Welcome to SeaGL I’m at the Seattle GNU/Linux conference SeaGL again this year, mostly to present on Project Springtime tomorrow. (I proposed 4 talks, and that’s the one they accepted. Well, I take what I can get!) But there are interesting talks, and here are some notes. Mozilla has a Open Leadership Framework. Interesting, and…

Let’s Build Indie IoT Systems for our Homes instead!

Join me at the “IoT Tech Expo” at the Santa Clara Convention Center next Thursday, October 20th, at 6:30pm, where I will give the following talk. Registration is free and gives you access to other IoT talks as well. Abstract: According to conventional wisdom, installing an IoT system inevitably means to invite the vendor and…