NOTE: You do not have to formally RSVP to come, but please let us know, so we have a ballpark headcount to communicate to the restaurant to ensure there is enough seating. The meeting starts at 7pm.
The Raspberry Pi has become a favorite of Amateur Radio operators world-wide. Although most of the development on projects is occurring outside of the United States, there are a significant number of products and hacks available. Repeater controllers, VOIP servers, and even turning your Pi into a transceiver is possible and is being done.
Paul J. Wilkinson, K6IG, holds a Ph.D. in Computer Science from Durham University (UK), and is currently a Professor of Computer Science at Pasadena City College. During the course of his career, he has worked for “think tanks,” the United States Navy, law enforcement, did consulting, and has over 35 years experience in higher education. Since obtaining his first license over 30 years ago, he has been involved in several Amateur Radio clubs, amateur TV, and supported communications for the Rose Parade (TORRA) for about 20 years until it was disbanded.
Join us for dinner and presentations. Dinner begins at 7 pm and any presentations will start after most people have received their food or 8 pm, whichever comes first.
You are not required to have dinner with us or order food or stay for the entire meeting. We will have separate checks. Validation is not required for parking. However, please take note of signs when parking.
SGVLUG is one of the oldest and most active Linux User Groups in the Greater Los Angeles area. In addition to Linux, the group also shares interests in other free and open source software, all forms of technology, and the discussion of issues that arise with the these new tools, such as privacy rights. SGVLUG attracts members from throughout LA County including Pasadena, Glendale, Burbank, and eastward throughout the San Gabriel Valley. Our members include software developers, system administrators, hardware engineers, and software users of all levels of experience. Many work in the technology field as employees, contractors or consultants, and enjoy the learning and networking opportunities available from the group. We also have many members that serve as volunteers of their time and skills at various local events, including the annual Southern California Linux Expo (SCaLE).