I gave a talk about the Networks of Philly project (https://networksofphilly.org), which discovers and documents cool #infrastructure in Philadelphia, at @iffybooks this past Saturday. For anyone interested the slides are available here in a few different formats: https://github.com/networksofphilly/networksofphilly.org/tree/master/presentations
@dokuja I'm basically going to try to track down an limesdr mini but they are hard to find right now. Then I can use osmocom-analog to run as a base station and everything should "just work" between phones in range. Obviously I have to do the needful to make sure this is all kept low low power but it would be fun to get working locally and then seeing if I can hook it up to voip and have external calls. Next step is to see if the phones power up but I want to get dummy loads.
Hey Philly friends, come to the Bar Raccrawl this Saturday May 14th at @iffybooks and hang out with some local friendly hackers. More info here https://www.meetup.com/SecShell/events/283441501/?_xtd=gqFypzY4MzYwNjihcKNhcGk&from=ref
Hello, I’m Grimmware and I like to read books on magic and occultism and then translate those systems into code for Plan 9 from Bell Labs. I try to apply a rationalist credulity to magical and archetype systems, and I’m a big fan of using divination systems as a psychological prompt for learning and growing. I like operating systems, retro computers and digital electronics.
In my work life, I do defensive systems security and visibility.
I wrote: Call Your Asterisk PBX From A Home Phone Line - https://famicoman.com/2022/3/21/call-your-asterisk-pbx-from-a-home-phone-line/
@Ricardus Nah, I just like messing with outdated broadcast equipment. It would be fun to rig up a battery and take this around town though.
"I appreciate SDF but it's a general-purpose server and the name doesn't make it obvious that it's about art." - Eugen Rochko