Three Events the week starting Monday 9 November 1998.

Event I
Christian Huitema talk: IP6, the move makes sense.

What: ISOC-NY meeting at which Christian Huitema will explain the Cabal's TINC plan to provide every elementary particle in our spacetime continuum with an IP address.
The connection with free software? Only free software can provide the reliability, scalability, and ease of use to make this work.
Date: Monday, 9 November 1998
Time: 7:00 pm
Location: New York University Loeb Student Center
556 LaGuardia Place, just off Washington Square South
Center Room South Lobby
Hardware: Large switches, routers, and bridges.
Software: Anything with a big address space.

Event II
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Event III
Perry Metzger talk: An introduction to building secure systems.

What: NYSA meeting at which Perry Metzger will explain the first principles of security against the day the Cabal TINC puts in place the addressing scheme presented at event I.
The connection with free software? The only way to separate crypto from bugs/design defects is to have the source available, hackable, and freely redistributable.
Date: Wednesday, 11 November 1998
Time: 6:15 pm
Location: Box Hill Systems
161 Avenue of the Americas, or 6th Avenue
This is at the corner of Spring Street.
Hardware: Quantum systems coherent over several thousand miles.
Software: Anything with a big address space.