Actually, I'm pretty sure somebody has intercepted the e-mail and modified it
in an attempt to disrupt our free software meeting. When we successfully are
using GPG to sign our e-mails, we will be able to thwart such attacks!
On Fri, Feb 11, 2011 at 02:17:22PM +1100, Llew Thomas wrote:
> Unless you have developed a free and open source time machine Ben, I suspect
> you intended to say "Thu 17 Feb", so I have edited the subject to that
> effect. :-)
> I have never seen the Rock Box project before, but it has totally made my
> I am hoping to attend the next meeting, looking forward to it!
> On Fri, Feb 11, 2011 at 1:58 PM, Ben Sturmfels <b...@stumbles.id.au> wrote:
> > Hi Folks,
> > Our next discussion group is on Thursday 6:30pm at the State Library.
> > Meet in the foyer a little before. Look forward to seeing you there!
> > Proposed agenda:
> > - Freeing music players with Rock Box
> > - The GNU Privacy Guard, and how it brings trust to the free software
> > community
> > If you already have a GPG key, print out a few copies of its fingerprint
> > so others can sign your key. You can export this with:
> > gpg --fingerprint [your email or key ID]
> > Regards,
> > Ben
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