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=Planned=
 
=Planned=
==Lego mindstorms playground: Tuesday 21-02-2012==
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==IPv6 introduction with Wilco Baan Hofman 16 november 2012==
[[File:lego1.jpg|150px]] [[File:lego2.jpg|150px]] [[File:lego3.jpg|150px]]<br>
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Wilco Baan Hofman will give a talk about IPv6, how it works, how it can be deployed, how routing works and why IPv4 has been obsolete since 1996.
'''Get skill's from the masters who won the HITB Hackerspaces challange in 2011'''!<br>
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In this workshop the 1337 tricks and tips will be announced and afterwards it's time for hands-on!<br>
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We have Lego Mindstorm sets available.
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===The Workshop details===
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Wilco Baan Hofman is one of the founders of the spacefed project and currently working on<br>
When: Tuesday 21-02-2012, 18:00 /get 0xf00d, 19:00 Start workshop<br>
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roaming secure wireless between hackerspaces (spacenet), a standards-based IPv6-only VPN mesh<br>
Where: The space<br>
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between hackerspaces (spaceconnect) and creating a hackerspace authentication trust federation<br>
By Who: 31337 HITB Hackerspaces challange winners<br>
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(spacesaml). He is co-founder and treasurer of Bitlair, the hackerspace in Amersfoort. He is <br>
On this workshop we will do:
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also working in the NOC team for the next big dutch hacker event OHM2013.
*learn how the stuff works
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*use not the default stuff
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*play with Lego mindstorms
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*battle with our bots?
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*more?!
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===Prepare yourself===
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===Details===
*Bring a laptop
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Where: Randomdata space<Br>
*Install the lego mindstorms suite [http://mindstorms.lego.com/en-us/support/files/default.aspx]
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When: 16 november 19:00
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===Agenda===
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To be announced!
  
 
===Who's attending?===
 
===Who's attending?===
Max 5 persons, first come first serve with priority on members.<br>
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Max 10 persons, first come first serve with priority on members.<br>
 
Non-members will be kindly asked for a donation.
 
Non-members will be kindly asked for a donation.
Please add yourself to the list
 
#[com]buster
 
#[[User:fish|Fish_]]
 
#[[User:Deathzor|Deathzor]]
 
#you?
 
  
==Gaming night(s) 24-2-2012==
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Please add yourself to the list.
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# Wilco, obviously!
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# Da [[Fish]]_, what else? :D
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# MishMash
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# Eightdot
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# AK47
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# Manfred
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# [Com]Buster
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# Deathzor
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# iTdeal
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#
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==BGP and IPv6 with Iljitsch van Beijnum 30 november 2012==
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BGP and IPv6 expert Iljitsch van Beijnum has been so kind to come to RandomData to give a talk about IPv6 and BGP!
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For a lot of folks Iljitsch doesn't need an introduction: For the rest of us:
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(Stolen from Ars Technica) http://arstechnica.com/author/iljitsch-van-beijnum/
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In the late 1990s, Iljitsch worked in the Internet Service Provider business in the Netherlands. <br>
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In 2000, he became a freelance writer and networking consultant. He wrote "BGP," (O'Reilly, 2002) <br>
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a book about the BGP routing protocol, and "Running IP6v" (Apress, 2005). Iljitsch <br>
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is currently putting the finishing touches on his Ph.D. work at the telematics department at <br>
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Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (UC3M) in Spain. He contributes articles about network protocols<br>
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such as IPv6 as well as Apple-related topics to Ars Technica. When his iPhone is out of podcasts,<br>
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he contemplates writing science fiction one day.
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An other small detail: I've learned the basics of  BGP using the book Iljitsch wrote, I I'll consider it a honor to have him in Randomdata!
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===Details===
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Where: Randomdata space<Br>
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When: 30 november
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===Agenda===
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To be announced!
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===Who's attending?===
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Max 10 persons, first come first serve with priority on members.(and routing nerds :) )<br>
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Non-members will be kindly asked for a donation.
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Please add yourself to the list.
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# Abouttheroute
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# Fish_
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# LuckY
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# Wilco
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# AK47
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# Stef
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# MishMash
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# Eightdot
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# [Com]Buster
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#
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==Gaming night(s) next TBD==
 
[[File:Doom.png|150px]][[File:Decent.png|150px]]<br>
 
[[File:Doom.png|150px]][[File:Decent.png|150px]]<br>
Gaming has his own page :-) [[Gaming_night]]
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Check the Gaming page :-) [[Gaming_night]]
  
 
==Open day, Date TBD==
 
==Open day, Date TBD==
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=In the pipeline=
 
=In the pipeline=
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==BGP  for beginners==
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Abouttheroute does what he likes best: Talking about the routes! In this workshop we will focus on the basics: what is BGP, where is it used, some basic LAB's etc.
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If appreciated by the crowd: An advanced session can be arranged on a later date.
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Date will be somewhere in the end of November.
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===Details===
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Where: Randomdata space<Br>
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Who: [[user:Abouttheroute|Abouttheroute]]
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===Who is interested?===
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Please leave your name if you would like to attend
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===Topics requested===
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If you have any (beginners) BGP topics you would like to discuss during this workshop: suggestions are welcome :)
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==To CTF or not to CTF. How to be a leet ctf'er!==
 
==To CTF or not to CTF. How to be a leet ctf'er!==
 
How win all the capture the flag games? That's what everyone wants to know! Me^WWe will give a short introduction on how to crack the challenges and win the game.<br>
 
How win all the capture the flag games? That's what everyone wants to know! Me^WWe will give a short introduction on how to crack the challenges and win the game.<br>
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#iTdeal
 
#iTdeal
  
==Interactive workshop; How to be a dick.==
 
So, you are a very hard and good worker in a projectgroup but there's this guy who is REALLY NICE but totally worthless and you don't know how to break this to him? In that case you're in the right spot.<br>
 
Your boss or someone else who is higher in a suit-hierarchy is wrong but you are too scared to say anything? Be a dick, it doesn't matter - as long as you're right. <br>
 
Did you know? Girls love a man who isn't a pussy. You can't be a straight-up dick to them though, you have to take a more sarcastic and/or double meaning approach, I will talk about my secret skillz.
 
===The Workshop details===
 
When: DATE SOON, IN 2012 SOMEWHERE IF WE SURVIVE 18:00 0xf00d, 19:00 start workshop ??;?? Beertime<br>
 
Where: The space<br>
 
Who: [[user:zkyp|zkyp]]<br>
 
On this workshop we will do:
 
*Presentation with slides
 
*Stories/Roleplay
 
*Call zkyp a dick
 
*Troll some on IRC
 
*Drink beer and try them in a pub
 
 
===Who's attending?===
 
Max 5 persons, first come first serve with priority on members.<br>
 
Non-members will be kindly asked for a donation.
 
Please add yourself to the list
 
# DrWhax (non-member & asshole)
 
# Fish_ (member & shithead)
 
# [com]buster (member & cave troll)
 
# Abouttheroute (member & proffesional blunthead)
 
# junk (member & non-dick)
 
 
==Why would you use a screen+irssi?==
 
What's that? You are not a hipster kid who is on twitter, facebook, web2.0 24/7 from a phone? You don't want to get kapwned because you use mIRC and are in the habit of selfraping by pasting //write supersexywoman.mrc $decode() lines because they look cool? No. You sir, you want to look 1337. Chat in a terminal client, how sexy. I used to dislike every aspect of irssi because it was always too much work to figure out. Now a few years later, I am secretly in love with how simple yet dynamic it is. In this workshop I want to show you how easy it is to use irssi once you know the keycombinations and see how logical they are. I'll also show up how to set-up your own irssi shell, for those who are stuck with that. I am newb at irssi configuration myself, so this will be a fun workshop.
 
===The Workshop details===
 
When: DATE SOON, IN 2012 SOMEWHERE IF WE SURVIVE 18:00 0xf00d, 19:00 start workshop ??;?? Beertime<br>
 
Where: The space<br>
 
Who: [[user:zkyp|zkyp]]<br>
 
On this workshop we will do:
 
*Show/talk about irssi
 
*Learn how to setup a screen with irssi
 
*Call zkyp a newb
 
*Configuring your own colours and binds
 
*Telling zkyp he sucks
 
 
===Who's attending?===
 
Max 6 persons, first come first serve with priority on members.<br>
 
Non-members will be kindly asked for a donation.
 
Please add yourself to the list
 
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#Fish_ :-)
 
  
 
=Archive=
 
=Archive=
 
==2012==
 
==2012==
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#[[Workshops_Archive#HITR2NDB_2012_edition]]
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#[[Workshops_Archive#Gaming night(s)]]
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#[[Workshops_Archive#Lego mindstorms playground: Tuesday 21-02-2012]]
 
#[[Ham_radio]]
 
#[[Ham_radio]]
 
#[[Workshops_Archive#DIY_Amateur_radio_license_.26_The_21th_century_Radio_-_Kickoff_17-01-2012]]
 
#[[Workshops_Archive#DIY_Amateur_radio_license_.26_The_21th_century_Radio_-_Kickoff_17-01-2012]]

Revision as of 10:57, 14 November 2012

Planned

IPv6 introduction with Wilco Baan Hofman 16 november 2012

Wilco Baan Hofman will give a talk about IPv6, how it works, how it can be deployed, how routing works and why IPv4 has been obsolete since 1996.

Wilco Baan Hofman is one of the founders of the spacefed project and currently working on
roaming secure wireless between hackerspaces (spacenet), a standards-based IPv6-only VPN mesh
between hackerspaces (spaceconnect) and creating a hackerspace authentication trust federation
(spacesaml). He is co-founder and treasurer of Bitlair, the hackerspace in Amersfoort. He is
also working in the NOC team for the next big dutch hacker event OHM2013.

Details

Where: Randomdata space
When: 16 november 19:00

Agenda

To be announced!

Who's attending?

Max 10 persons, first come first serve with priority on members.
Non-members will be kindly asked for a donation.

Please add yourself to the list.

  1. Wilco, obviously!
  2. Da Fish_, what else? :D
  3. MishMash
  4. Eightdot
  5. AK47
  6. Manfred
  7. [Com]Buster
  8. Deathzor
  9. iTdeal

BGP and IPv6 with Iljitsch van Beijnum 30 november 2012

BGP and IPv6 expert Iljitsch van Beijnum has been so kind to come to RandomData to give a talk about IPv6 and BGP!

For a lot of folks Iljitsch doesn't need an introduction: For the rest of us:

(Stolen from Ars Technica) http://arstechnica.com/author/iljitsch-van-beijnum/

In the late 1990s, Iljitsch worked in the Internet Service Provider business in the Netherlands. 
In 2000, he became a freelance writer and networking consultant. He wrote "BGP," (O'Reilly, 2002)
a book about the BGP routing protocol, and "Running IP6v" (Apress, 2005). Iljitsch
is currently putting the finishing touches on his Ph.D. work at the telematics department at
Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (UC3M) in Spain. He contributes articles about network protocols
such as IPv6 as well as Apple-related topics to Ars Technica. When his iPhone is out of podcasts,
he contemplates writing science fiction one day.


An other small detail: I've learned the basics of BGP using the book Iljitsch wrote, I I'll consider it a honor to have him in Randomdata!

Details

Where: Randomdata space
When: 30 november

Agenda

To be announced!

Who's attending?

Max 10 persons, first come first serve with priority on members.(and routing nerds :) )
Non-members will be kindly asked for a donation.

Please add yourself to the list.

  1. Abouttheroute
  2. Fish_
  3. LuckY
  4. Wilco
  5. AK47
  6. Stef
  7. MishMash
  8. Eightdot
  9. [Com]Buster

Gaming night(s) next TBD

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Check the Gaming page :-) Gaming_night

Open day, Date TBD

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Randomdata is opening their doors in a free format way to start some activity's yourself.
We have DIY Activity's from 10:00 till 17:00.
We might do some presentations too. As soon as we have a date we let you know!

Sample Activity's

Keymasters available during the day

Who From Till Does What Keymaster
Fish_ 10:00 14:00 doing Arduino Hacks, IDS stuff, Randomhacks Yes
zkyp 13:00 17:00 Talking about hackerspaces and answering questions (presentation?) Yes
Keymasters, add yourself!

In the pipeline

BGP for beginners

Abouttheroute does what he likes best: Talking about the routes! In this workshop we will focus on the basics: what is BGP, where is it used, some basic LAB's etc.

If appreciated by the crowd: An advanced session can be arranged on a later date.

Date will be somewhere in the end of November.

Details

Where: Randomdata space
Who: Abouttheroute

Who is interested?

Please leave your name if you would like to attend

Topics requested

If you have any (beginners) BGP topics you would like to discuss during this workshop: suggestions are welcome :)

To CTF or not to CTF. How to be a leet ctf'er!

How win all the capture the flag games? That's what everyone wants to know! Me^WWe will give a short introduction on how to crack the challenges and win the game.
This night is brought you by several hack in the box.nl ctf members!

The Workshop details

When: 30th of August 18:00 0xf00d and 19:00 start
NEW DATE PLANNED SOON! Where: Le space
Who: DrWhax
On this workshop you will learn:

  • A short introduction of playing the wargames/ctf
  • How to attack various challenges.
  • Find 0dayz!

Stuff you need: A laptop, your hax0r mindset.

Who's attending?

Max 15 persons, first come first serve with priority on members.
Non-members will be kindly asked for a donation.

Please add yourself to the list.

  1. Fish_
  2. Mortal (non-member
  3. junk

Build your own camera: NEW DATE SCHEDULED SOON!

Every body has one, isn't it a dedicated camera then it's one in your phone, ipod, etc.
In this session we will bring you back to the old days, the days when it al started: 1816.
We will build a real pinhole camera and test it. Afterwards we are able to test it and scan our pictures.

The Workshop details

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When: NEW DATE SCHEDULED SOON 18:00 0xf00d, 19:00 start workshop
Where: The space
Who: fish
On this workshop we will do:

  • A short introduction
  • Build a pinhole camera
  • Use the camera
  • Develope the films (may-be color, otherwise B/W)

There can be some small costs for the material, more info later.

Who's attending?

Max 6 persons, first come first serve with priority on members.
Non-members will be kindly asked for a donation.

  1. Please add yourself to the list
  2. DrWhax (non-member)
  3. Kalola
  4. iTdeal


Archive

2012

  1. Workshops_Archive#HITR2NDB_2012_edition
  2. Workshops_Archive#Gaming night(s)
  3. Workshops_Archive#Lego mindstorms playground: Tuesday 21-02-2012
  4. Ham_radio
  5. Workshops_Archive#DIY_Amateur_radio_license_.26_The_21th_century_Radio_-_Kickoff_17-01-2012

2011

  1. Workshops_Archive#SC_101:_March_18th
  2. Workshops_Archive#Lomo-.2FAnaloge-_Photo-graphy:_26_july_2011
  3. Workshops_Archive#Hack_in_The_Random_2600_NL_Data_Box:_26th_of_November_2011

2010

  1. Workshops Archive#Arduino introduction workshop: 2 March
  2. Workshops Archive#Build a overhead projector beamer: 9 March
  3. Workshops Archive#Digital laws by BOF 1: 23 March
  4. Workshops Archive#Cisco playground 1: 7 April
  5. Workshops Archive#Arduino playground 1: 13 April
  6. Workshops Archive#LED board building: 24 April
  7. Workshops Archive#Pure-Data Workshop: 14 May
  8. Workshops Archive#DIY IDS: 18 may
  9. Workshops Archive#Office espionage: 22nd of June