meeting will be David Sugar. David Sugar is known throughout the GNU
community for his work on Bayonne, Common C++ and now for having been
appointed to head up the DotGNU project.
He has headed the GNU/Linux telephony server project, Bayonne, since
inception and has written most of its code. One of the topics he will
discussing at our meeting will be GNU/Linux telephony.
More recently he has drawn attention since he was appointed the head of
DotGNU project, which will, among other things, aim to provide a secure
decentralized approach to Authentication/Authorization for "web
while aiming for greater user control over information provided. This
help to prevent a single company from gaining control of the means for
accessing resources on the net. DotGNU will be the second topic he
deal with in his presentation entitled "GNU/Linux telephony and DotGNU
As always, the meeting will be free and open to the public.
The details are:
Date: Wednesday, August 8, 2001
Time: 6:30 - 7:00 General Q&A;
7:00 David Sugar
Title: GNU/Linux Telephony and DotGNU for You.
Location: The IBM Building
590 Madison Ave.
(57th Street and Madison Ave.)
New York City, N.Y.
We look forward to seeing you there.
The GNU/Linux/Free OS Beginners' Group
The following are some relevant links (more can be found on our website
What is Bayonne?
The DotGNU Project
FreeDevelopers: DotGNU: .GNU to Face Down .NET