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Page for planning the Oct. 31, 2015 hackathon for Freedombox in NYC. Page for planning the Oct. 31, 2015 hackathon for !FreedomBox in NYC.
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#Format = Format =
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##How to install a freedombox = Possible Sessions =
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The Foundation has some cubietruck hardware, so we can at least show that.
 * CubieTruck
 * Virtualbox
== Installfest ==

Bring a supported [[FreedomBox/Hardware|hardware]] device or Debian machine and take home a !FreedomBox :).

Hardware available for demo:
 * Cubietruck (The Foundation)
 * !VirtualBox
 * Dreamplug & !BeagleBoneBlack (James)?
 * Raspberry Pi & Raspberry Pi 2 and possibly Radxa Rock Pro (Sunil)
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##How to Develop
Does anyone want to run through packaging for Freedombox? Sunil has a great guide but not sure if he wants to volunteer to walk us through.
== Development ==
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##Planning sessions
Things to talk about future plans? Stategies? What issues do we need to work out?
Prerequisites: read the [[FreedomBox/Manual/Developer|FreedomBox Developer Manual]] and its suggested readings.
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##Why does Marc keep mentioning PGP WOT and SSL Client certs?
Walk through all of the technology involved in using Client certificate authentication. What work still needs to be done.
 * Run through of how to write applications for !FreedomBox (Sunil).
 * Ease into !FreedomBox development by fixing small bugs or by making small improvements.
 * Build !FreedomBox UI for a existing Debian package.
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== Planning ==
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#Logistics Things to talk about future plans? Strategies? What issues do we need to work out?
 * Automatic upgrades and configuration management.
 * Future applications for !FreedomBox.
 * Future networking capabilities.
 * Connecting !FreedomBoxes!
 * Future hardware for !FreedomBox.
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## Space
Planning on using the Software Freedom Law Center Space (Enough space for about two dozen people with free WiFi). If we decide we are expecting more people then that, we can find a bigger venue.
== Why does Marc keep mentioning PGP WOT and SSL Client certs? ==
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## Food Walk through all of the technology involved in using client certificate authentication. What work still needs to be done.

= Logistics =

== Space ==
Planning on using the Software Freedom Law Center Space (Enough space for about two dozen people with free !WiFi). If we decide we are expecting more people then that, we can find a bigger venue.

== Food ==
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##Times
All day!! (9 am to 5 pm)
== Times ==
All day!! (10 am to 6 pm)
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= People =

The following is an incomplete list of people looking forward to attend the Hackathon. Please feel free to add your name to the list. Prior intimation will help us plan better.

 * Marc Jones (SFLC, organizer)
 * James Valleroy
 * Nick Daly
 * Sunil Mohan Adapa
 * Sean Alexandre
 * Nik Nyby

Page for planning the Oct. 31, 2015 hackathon for FreedomBox in NYC.

Format

Should we plan a few topics? Some topics that help new people start contributing to the project would be good. Topics that address still unresolved technical decisions would also be good since we are going to have a few core contributors in the same room.

Do we need to get some people on speaker phone to attend some planning sessions remotely?

Possible Sessions

1. Installfest

Bring a supported hardware device or Debian machine and take home a FreedomBox :).

Hardware available for demo:

  • Cubietruck (The Foundation)
  • VirtualBox

  • Dreamplug & BeagleBoneBlack (James)?

  • Raspberry Pi & Raspberry Pi 2 and possibly Radxa Rock Pro (Sunil)

Does anyone have any other hardware they want to show off?

2. Development

Prerequisites: read the FreedomBox Developer Manual and its suggested readings.

  • Run through of how to write applications for FreedomBox (Sunil).

  • Ease into FreedomBox development by fixing small bugs or by making small improvements.

  • Build FreedomBox UI for a existing Debian package.

3. Planning

Things to talk about future plans? Strategies? What issues do we need to work out?

  • Automatic upgrades and configuration management.
  • Future applications for FreedomBox.

  • Future networking capabilities.
  • Connecting FreedomBoxes!

  • Future hardware for FreedomBox.

4. Why does Marc keep mentioning PGP WOT and SSL Client certs?

Walk through all of the technology involved in using client certificate authentication. What work still needs to be done.

Logistics

1. Space

Planning on using the Software Freedom Law Center Space (Enough space for about two dozen people with free WiFi). If we decide we are expecting more people then that, we can find a bigger venue.

2. Food

It is going to be pizza (but it is FREE pizza) (unless someone has other suggestions).

3. Times

All day!! (10 am to 6 pm) Marc has the keys to the office (but he lives in Connecticut). So we have to at least wait for him. Plus it is Halloween and people will want to go out that night.

People

The following is an incomplete list of people looking forward to attend the Hackathon. Please feel free to add your name to the list. Prior intimation will help us plan better.

  • Marc Jones (SFLC, organizer)
  • James Valleroy
  • Nick Daly
  • Sunil Mohan Adapa
  • Sean Alexandre
  • Nik Nyby


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