Friday night, Hive76 had a table in the Vendor area of the Philly Tech Week Gala at Moore College of Art and Design.
Big kudos to all involved in making Philly Tech Week happen, and making it great.
I am an event whore. I love getting out into the wild and promoting "Geek" to the masses; Linux, Electronics and all that falls in between.
Our table generated a ton of interest. I think that we stood out because most of the other vendors had standard, corporate style show booths, and booth people, that had to be at the booth. It was work; a job.
We, on the other hand, were at our vibrant, self-created table, showing things that we, or our friends, designed and brought to life. We wanted to be there. We want you to be there with us next year.
I think people could 'feel' the difference. Attendees could feel the passion that we had as we engaged them, and ignited their passions.
Hope to see some new visitors at Open Houses on Wednesday, stalking us on the mailings list, and grabbing the RSS of our site.
Sunday, April 15, 2012
I finally setup an OpenVPN server. I use ssh and all it's glory but have known that a VPN would be good to have and a good experience also.
I used this Guide.
Note that bridging must be set up FIRST.
**Remember to which brctl and change the up and down scripts to reflect your location.
Remember to use tap and TCP.
In the client.conf I used the full paths to the certs:
Also install network-manager-openvpn to connect via network-manager
Import your client.conf file.
It should work.
If you have any problems increase verbosity on both sides and start to track the issues.
Posted by Jim Fisher at 6:02 PM