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ColinMc
post Jan 10 2011, 08:52 AM
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Two events of note this week for the Toronto, Ontario Linux fans:

Greater Toronto Area Linux User Group meeting - Tuesday 11th January, 2011 at 7:30 pm

Topic

SugarCRM

Description

Eugene Ruthven will be drawing on his experiences in setting up the Sugar Customer Relationship Management (SugarCRM) at such places as FreeGeek Toronto.

Location

TBA, but will likely be:

Room GB248, Galbraith Building, University of Toronto
35 St George St
Toronto, Ontario M5S 3G8
University of Toronto

Schedule

* 6:00 pm - There is a get together of GTALUGers at Pho 88 restaurant 270 Spadina Ave (South of Dundas) for food and socializing.
* 7:30 pm - Meeting and presentation.
* 9:00 pm - After each meeting (at 9:00 pm) a group of GTALUGers move to the GSU Pub for beer and more socializing.

Unix Unanimous - Wednesday 12th January, 2011 at 6:45 pm

The next meeting of Unix Unanimous will be held at 6:45 pm on Wednesday 12 January 2011, in room BA 2179 on the 2nd floor of the the Bahen Centre for Information Technology at 40 St. George Street, on the University of Toronto campus.

Unix Unanimous is an informal gathering of people interested in Unix and related topics. There are no fees or membership requirements, and the meeting is open to all. Participants typically include Unix professionals, students, and hobbyists.
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post Jan 16 2011, 11:52 AM
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The Mississauga Ubuntu users will be gathering as follows:

Reminder from: mumu-ca Yahoo! Group

Title: Meet

Date: Tuesday January 18, 2011
Time: 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Repeats: This event repeats every month on the third Tuesday.
Location: Mulligan's Pub and Grill
Street: 2458 Dundas Street West
City State Zip: Mississauga
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post Jan 17 2011, 04:35 PM
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A group all IT people in the greater Toronto Area should be aware of, though not necessarily attending ALL meetings of is TASK. TASK is the Toronto Area Security Klatch, a group that deals with IT security issues in general. The group is OS agnostic, meaning that some months the topic(s) will be MS Windows centric, other months Linux or commercial Unix centric, or as we have this month a set of topics that could be of interest to all Operating Systems (from the TASK website at http://www.task.to/Home/tabid/332/ctl/Deta.../Default.aspx):

January Meetings - PIAs and Speed Talks


Start Date/Time: Wednesday, January 26, 2011 6:00 PM
End Date/Time: Wednesday, January 26, 2011 9:00 PM
Recurring Event: One time event
Importance: Normal Priority
Location: 155 College Street - Health Sciences Building

Description:

Location:
University of Toronto, Health Science Building, Room 610
155 College Street, Toronto, ON M5T 3M7

Date/Time:
Wednesday, 26 January 2011
6:00 PM, EST

TASK is opening the year with a special presentation on Privacy, followed by Speed Talks!

Ms. Tracy Kosa, renowned privacy proponent and researcher, will begin the the meeting with a presentation on Privacy Impact Assessments - What are they, and what role does information security play in assessing privacy? The talk will include an overview of how a PIA is structured, and how you can use the PIA methodology to effectively assess privacy. Case studies will be presented - 'cuz Tracy knows her stuff!

Following the break, a series of Speed Talks will be presented. These talks, 10 - 15 minutes in length, will cover a variety of information security subjects, including:

- The Canadian Cybersecurity Strategy
- New laws and regulations affecting Canadian security practitioners
- New open source tools and free security tools you should be using NOW!

*** There are still a few spaces available for the speedtalks. We're looking for brief, and interesting talks that pertain directly to information security. Vendors are welcome to speak as well, but "product pitches" are not tolerated .... And if your talk takes longer than 10 minutes, we can look at having you speak at an upcoming TASK meeting. So, if you have a subject you'd like to talk about, please contact info@task.to, or email me!

Created by RBeggs On 1/17/2011
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Greater Toronto Area Linux user group meeting

Tuesday 8th February, 2011 at 7:30 pm

Topic

Plan 9, a good guide to future.

Speakers

Scott Sullivan

Description

Plan 9 was the Successor to Bell Labs Unix. This talk will cover the history of the Operating System, where it is now and where it is going. Most importantly, it will cover how it is still influencing modern OS and Linux design and what lessons Plan 9 still has to teach.

Location

TBA, but will likely be:

Room GB248, Galbraith Building, University of Toronto
35 St George St
Toronto, Ontario M5S 3G8
University of Toronto

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Schedule

* 6:00 pm - There is a get together of GTALUGers at Pho 88 restaurant 270 Spadina Ave (South of Dundas) for food and socializing.
* 7:30 pm - Meeting and presentation.
* 9:00 pm - After each meeting (at 9:00 pm) a group of GTALUGers move to the GSU Pub for beer and more socializing.
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