Category Archives: legislative districts

False Positive

Since a bit before my birthday this year, I have been uncertain where I left my notary seal. I have been trying to stay positive about the situation, but I must admit that I spent an unhealthy amount of time … Continue reading

Posted in C.J. Insider, Cascadia Sovereign Nation, cryptography, family, friends, government, Hardware, LD40, Networking, pgp, photos, politics, security, wanderers, washington | 2 Comments

Trip Report: UW signing-party

Dear Debian Users, I met last night with a friend from many years ago and a number of students of cryptography. I was disappointed to see the prevalence of black hat, anti-government hackers at the event. I was hoping that … Continue reading

Posted in 19.34 RCW, amateur, cryptography, debian, Free Software, freenode, government, gpl, irc, LD43, linux, microsoft, military, Networking, NIST, nsa, open source, OSX, pgp, politics, PRCCDC, production, security, SELinux, Software, tls, ubuntu, washington, Washington State Ubuntu LoCo, Windows, x509 | 17 Comments

software bridge loops suck, too

I didn’t realize that I had two of my machines attached to openvpn from the same l2 segment. It caused a network outage for about 24 hours. Sorry for the downtime folks. I believe that if I turn on stp … Continue reading

Posted in colliertech, debian, F5, Free Software, Hardware, LD1, LD11, LD36, LD40, legislative districts, network saturation, Networking, performance, perl, politics, proliant, spanning tree | 2 Comments