October Meeting – Weds October 3rd

Greetings one and all, the October 2018 meeting of Liverpool LUG will take place on Wednesday October 3rd!

This month Alex Lennon, Matthew Croughan and myself (Dan Lynch) will be presenting a fledgling video streaming project we started recently. We have built an Open Source video streaming solution which utilises Raspberry Pi cameras, webcams and other open hardware connected to OBS Studio and a Debian based RTMP server, all forwarded to a variety of social media networks via Restream.io as the end point.

It’s still very early days but our plan is to complete the work and give it all to the community with documentation for others to recreate the set up.

If that sounds good then come down to DOES Liverpool at 19:00 BST (7pm) on Wednesday Oct 3rd and join us! Everyone is welcome from beginners to hardened kernel developers.

VENUE DETAILS: You can find directions to DOES here and many more details on their website.

Hope to see many of you there, feel free to email dan@danlynch.org with any questions. I will get it on my phone 🙂

Dan

EDIT: For anyone asking about using this project you can find all the details here, Alex has been busy – https://github.com/DynamicDevices/makespacelive

September 2018 Meeting Details

Greetings one and all, it’s almost time for another Liverpool LUG meeting, the September meeting will take place Wednesday September 5th!

This month Paul Furley will be giving a talk titled “Encryption for everyone: applying user centred design to PGP”.

More info: “We’re trying to help teams protect themselves with strong encryption. Fluidkeys empowers people with end-to-end encryption and signing. By hiding the technical details we’re aiming to make PGP accessible to everyone.”

If that sounds good then come down to DOES Liverpool at 19:00 BST (7pm) on Wednesday Sept 5th and join us! Everyone is welcome from beginners to hardened kernel developers.

VENUE DETAILS: You can find directions to DOES here and many more details on their website.

Hope to see many of you there, feel free to email dan@danlynch.org with any questions. I will get it on my phone 🙂

Dan

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