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NYC LOCAL: Wednesday 14 July 2004 GNUbies: Ari Jort on Securing Your Ema


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Subject: NYC LOCAL: Wednesday 14 July 2004 GNUbies: Ari Jort on Securing Your Email: Encryption and Authentication with GPG
Date: 14 Jul 2004 12:02:06 -0400

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  what="official GNUbies announcement">

 ---------- Forwarded message ----------
 Date: Tue, 13 Jul 2004 03:24:47 -0700 (PDT)
 From: address@hidden
 Subject: This Wed. Gnubies - 
     Authentication with GPG - Ari Jort

 Due to disasters with the user's disk and backup tape at Eskimo North
 everything from June 3 through July 12th has been lost and email couldn't
 be sent out until now. (This is the first major disaster I can recall in
 all the years at Eskimo North.)

 If you know of people who signed up to be on the Gnubies mailing list
 during this time period, please tell them to resubmit their request to be
 put on the mailing list, since their email addresses have been lost.

 ==========================================================================
 Please note security procedures for attending meetings at the IBM building
 below.
 -------------------------------------------------------------------------

 This month we are pleased to announce that we have Ari Jort back again by
 popular demand.  At the request of a number of you he will be
 speaking on "Intro to Securing Your Email: Encryption and Authentication
 with GPG."   Ari is one of the few people able to present this subject so
 as to both do it justice and make it comprehensible to Gnubies.

 Ari is known to many of you from previous presentations over the years.
 His clarity and flexibility have led to frequent requests to have him back
 to speak again.  He plans to give an introcudtion to the concepts involved
 in this kind of cruptography and then to proceed to a practical
 discussion show how to set up GPG using (at least) two very different mail
 programs for users.  Ari usually is excellent about questions during the
 presentation.  For more complex questions, that might not be of value to
 everybody, you can join us afterwards to eat, drink or just chat.

 Ari has been using Linux for eight years and until quite recently was a
 software developer for The American Museum of Natural History and will be
 starting a new job in two weeks.  He is also the Vice President of the New
 York Linux Users Group (NYLUG).

 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
 July 14, 2004 Gnubies Meeting

 From 6:30 to 7:00pm   General Questions and Answers

 Presentation:
        From 7:00pm
        Ari Jort
        on
        Introduction to Securing Your Email:
        Encryption and Authentication with GPG

 Location:
        The IBM Building
        590 Madison Avenue
        (57th Street and Madison Avenue)
        (note security procedures for admittance to the building below)

 After the meeting you can join us and speak further with our speaker at a
 nearby Pub/Restaurant. It would be very helpful if you could also let us
 know if you will be joining us there so that the space can be put aside
 for us.

 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
 IBM Security Procedures: (implemented after September 11, 2001)
 For IBM security you need to bring a photo ID to present at the
 front desk, and you need to email us in advance with your full name (as
 it appears on the ID).  If you are receiving this directly from
 GNUbies, you can simply reply replacing the content with your full name,
 you can send email consisting of our full name to address@hidden,
 or you can use the link on our website at http://www.gnubies.org
 (reachable at http://www.eskimo.com/~lo/linux.)

 We hope to see you at the meeting.

 Lyn
 Gnubies

 P.S.
 If you know anyone who has only recently learned of Gnubies, please let
 them know about this meeting since recently added email addresses have
 been lost and they probably haven't received this announcement.
  
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Jay Sulzberger <address@hidden>
Corresponding Secretary LXNY
LXNY is New York's Free Computing Organization.
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