Sat Oct 6 15:37:08 UTC 2007

CRE46: Security,Safety

In chaosradio express 046 Tim Pritlove and Pavel Mayer talked about the definitions of security and safety.

They spoke about the kinds of both and what they mean for the generality. Then the technical safety and some examples were discussed. All in all it's an interesting podcast as ususal.

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Wed Mar 28 19:33:46 CEST 2007

surveillance.png CR122: Bundestrojaner

Chaosradio 122 today presents a show about the "Bundestrojaner". There will be a discussion about our civil rights, privacy and about the decision of the federal court of justice (BGH).

At the studio will be Frank Rieger, Constanze Kurz, Thorsten Schröder. The show will start on 22:00 MESZ. You can listen to it via Fritz or the other offical streams. You can also contribute via the chaosradio-wiki.

Posted by Sebastian Wieseler | Permalink | Categories: CCC |

Sun Jan 7 14:25:16 CET 2007

Noia_64_apps_kaboodle.png 23C3: M4V Recordings

Today the CCC published the first 53 official recordings on dewy in the format MPEG-4 of the 23C3.

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Sat Jan 6 18:13:51 CET 2007

Noia_64_apps_kaboodle.png 23C3: WMV,OGG Recordings

Some days ago the first unofficial recordings of the 23C3 were published. They exist in the formats WMV and OGG (Theora).

But I'm still curious about when the official recordings will be published and what formats there will be.

Posted by Sebastian Wieseler | Permalink | Categories: CCC |

Tue Sep 26 08:59:11 CEST 2006

music.png Pimp my Rights

I read about the try to boycott music industry with a CD named Pimp my Rights. This is a project of the CCC Regensburg.

The CD contains only music released under a license of the Creative Commons. The styles are very different. You've got hiphop, chillout, punk rock, electro, pop and some more. The CD is free available on the server of the CCCR and you are allowed to (re)distribute it.

Because of the Popkomm members of the CCC shared the medium on streets to people. The goal is to show that there exists also a free part beside the commercial music industry which fights against the consumers. Furthermore free doesn't mean bad here - it's very good music and nice vibes.

Posted by Sebastian Wieseler | Permalink | Categories: audio, CCC |

Mon Sep 25 23:56:28 CEST 2006

text.png H4x0r Law (2)

Several people discussed the law text today. I would like to link some statements here (all in German).

Then... good night Germany.

Posted by Sebastian Wieseler | Permalink | Categories: CCC |

Tue Sep 12 16:48:02 CEST 2006

Noia_64_filesystems_exec_wine.png 25 years CCC

Almost forgotten, today it's the 25th birtday of the Chaos Computer Club. I would like to congratulate the club, and wish him all the best and that the future may become soon better for all of us.

Heise has got an article about the birthday and Tim created a ChaosRadio Express episode about the history, present and future of the CCC together with Peter Glaser.

Posted by Sebastian Wieseler | Permalink | Categories: CCC |

Wed Aug 30 20:55:10 CEST 2006

Noia_64_filesystems_network.png CR116: GPS service(s)

Today is time for CR 116 about GPS, Galileo and other systems.

At the studio will be Tim Pritlove, Frank Rieger and Holger Klein.

The show will begin at 22 o'clock MESZ and you can contribute via the wiki page of CR 116.

Enjoy it.

Posted by Sebastian Wieseler | Permalink | Categories: CCC |

Wed Jul 26 21:24:56 CEST 2006

CR115: E-Card

Less than an hour it will be time for ChaosRadio 115 (22 o'clock MESZ) about the E-Card (German article). At the studio will be Harald Welte, ThoMaus, nn and Holger Klein.

ChaosRadio has moved its Wikipedia pages into an own ChaosRadio wiki. This episode has got (as usual) an own wiki page (CR115), where you can add comments, ask questions to the team and you can have a look to the alternative streams URIs.

Have fun and please stay interested!

Posted by Sebastian Wieseler | Permalink | Categories: CCC |

Wed Apr 26 19:20:30 CEST 2006

CR112: Web 2.0

Today there is just another ChaosRadio show on Fritz. It's time for CR 112 with the topic Web 2.0.

At the studio will be Tim Pritlove, Felix Petersen, Stefan Kellner and Marco Seiffert. The show is going to start 22:00 MESZ and you can listen to it via lots of know methods or later via podcast.

There exist also an interactive page in the Wikipedia about CR 112.
Hopefully you enjoy it, too, and have fun...

Posted by Sebastian Wieseler | Permalink | Categories: CCC |

Wed Mar 29 23:19:21 CEST 2006

CR111: Cryptography

I'm listening now to Chaos Radio 111. At the studio are Frank Rosengart, hukl, Harald Welte and of course Holger Klein.

The topic is about cryptography and how to crypt your hard disc and your data to be secure. Within this there were some users who asked about WLAN security and the policy of the police.
There exist also a Contribute page on Wikipedia.

Really good show. There exist no longer any fact to not crypt any of your data.

Posted by Sebastian Wieseler | Permalink | Categories: CCC |

Mon Mar 20 23:37:54 CET 2006

ChaosRadio with a new look

How Tim described in his blog entry about the "Chaosradio Website Relaunch" Chaosradio got a new design with special sub-categories:

  • Chaosradio
  • Chaosradio Express
  • Chaos TV
  • Die Datenschleuder
  • Dossier Chaotique
  • Chaosradio International

I think it was a very good idea to split everything in several sub-categories of the ChaosRadio. That we have got now several new podcast feeds, it's a very nice side affect. :-)

But I missed some more files of the Chaos Comedy Club - a project of the CCC Cologne (C4).

Posted by Sebastian Wieseler | Permalink | Categories: CCC |

Tue Mar 14 01:03:25 CET 2006

Hacker Ethics and the Society

I searched this night for the Hacker Ethics published by the Chaos Computer Club and found this list:

  • Access to computers - and anything which might teach you something about the way the world really works - should be unlimited and total. Always yield to the Hands-On Imperative!
  • All information should be free
  • Mistrust authority - promote decentralization.
  • Hackers should be judged by their acting, not bogus criteria such as degrees, age, race, or position.
  • You can create art and beauty on a computer.
  • Computers can change your life for the better.
  • Don't litter other people's data.
  • Make public data available, protect private data.

The list can also be found at the CCC site about the Hacker Ethics.

The most important point (of course all points are important) for me is that you shouldn't judge about a human being because of his/her degrees, age, race, or position.
You should always be tollerant enough to accept other people and their opinions and not flame them if they don't think the same way you do.
And another point for me is that every life is it worth to be protected. So help each other and don't think of you like you are the center of our universe.

If somebody will think about this sentenses I will be glade.
And thanks to Melanie, who inspired me to write this blog entry. :-)

Posted by Sebastian Wieseler | Permalink | Categories: personal notes, CCC |

Wed Feb 22 21:14:48 CET 2006

CR110: Fighting The War

In less than an hour, you can listen to ChaosRadio: 110.

The topic of the show is Fighting The War. Frank Rieger, Pavel Mayer, Peter Glaser, Tim Pritlove and Holger Klein will discuss the limitation of our freedom - particularly the freedom of speech and liberty of opinion worldwide.

It could be very interesting if the result of the discussion is that we Lost The War or that there is still a chance for all of us.

You can listen to the show via Fritz or via the live stream (21:00 UTC).
Enjoy it!

Posted by Sebastian Wieseler | Permalink | Categories: CCC |

Fri Feb 17 19:12:48 CET 2006

Chaos Radio Express 017

Hello every body out there.. here it is

basti@Woody:~$ date
Fri Feb 17 19:05:09 CET 2006
and the last record of ChaosRadio Express (CRE017) is now over.

There was an nice talk about the GNU General Public License version 2 with Tim Pritlove and Harald Welte (contributor of the IPTABLES project in the LINUX kernel and project leader of the GPL Violations Project).

In the end there is a view into the future of the GPL (GPLv3) and the current Draft of the GPLv3.
A very nice and interesting CRE show - happy listening. :-)

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