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Please log in to the wiki and add any links or reference material you think is useful, under the appropriate theme. This will then be published after the conference as a wrap up post for others in the OpenGov community across Australia.
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*All conference wireless access points will broadcast the SSID 'lca2014', and are secured with a WPA and WPA2 PSK of 'linuxconfau'. As always, it is considered best practice to consider the conference network as a "hostile" network, and secure your laptops and mobile devices appropriately. If you join the lca2014 wireless network and receive a private IP address, or an IP address that is not part of the above range, please let the network team know immediately (see below).
  
= Open infrastructure =
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* The IPv4 range for delegates is <tt>182.255.120.0/22</tt> and is provided via DHCP on both the wired and wireless network.
References on open source and standards, case studies like OpenStack, Drupal, and what FOSS brings to government
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= Open data =
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* The IPv6 prefix for the delegates is <tt>2001:388:a098:120::/64</tt>, and announced via route advertisements on our edge router for stateless autoconfiguration. '''IPv6 is currently not yet working on wireless links, the network team is working on it.'''
References on opening up raw government data, what is needed from government, case studies, etc
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* The government data landscape in Australia was mapped out at http://agict.gov.au/blog/2013/10/26/government-data-landscape-australia including data projects, policies, standards, communities and other initiatives relating to government.
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* With thanks to our friends at BigAir Community Wireless, cabled internet is available in most rooms in Trinity and St George's college accommodation as of Friday (3rd January) afternoon. we've taken over their network within the ressies, and will be using this to extend the conference network into the university accommodation. Limited wireless internet access will be available within the two conference accommodation colleges Trinity and St George using the BigAir AP equipment. As delegates you will need to provide your own data cable to connect to the University accommodation network ports.
  
= Open information =
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* If you experience any issues  with the conference network, or need to contact the network team, you can email the networks team at 'network@lists.lca2014.linux.org.au' or tweet us at '@LCAnetworks'. If you can give us any extra details, including some local machine log, traffic info, room numbers, along with a contact number, that'd be great!
References on FOI and related topics, case studies
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= Open communities =
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* It's worthwhile implementing the great fix Andrew Pam pointed out last year if you're the victim of a rogue DHCP server, by adding a reject rule to /etc/dhcp/dhclient.conf (or equivalent);
References on open government work happening in the community, getting FOSS developers and methdologies into government, building bridges between gov, community and industry
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<nowiki># cat /etc/dhcp/dhclient.conf
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#see http://lists.lca2013.linux.org.au/pipermail/chat_lists.lca2013.linux.org.au/2013-January/000428.html
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reject 192.168.0.0/16;
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reject 172.16.0.0/16;
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reject 10.0.0.0/8;

Latest revision as of 19:43, 6 January 2014

  • All conference wireless access points will broadcast the SSID 'lca2014', and are secured with a WPA and WPA2 PSK of 'linuxconfau'. As always, it is considered best practice to consider the conference network as a "hostile" network, and secure your laptops and mobile devices appropriately. If you join the lca2014 wireless network and receive a private IP address, or an IP address that is not part of the above range, please let the network team know immediately (see below).
  • The IPv4 range for delegates is 182.255.120.0/22 and is provided via DHCP on both the wired and wireless network.
  • The IPv6 prefix for the delegates is 2001:388:a098:120::/64, and announced via route advertisements on our edge router for stateless autoconfiguration. IPv6 is currently not yet working on wireless links, the network team is working on it.
  • With thanks to our friends at BigAir Community Wireless, cabled internet is available in most rooms in Trinity and St George's college accommodation as of Friday (3rd January) afternoon. we've taken over their network within the ressies, and will be using this to extend the conference network into the university accommodation. Limited wireless internet access will be available within the two conference accommodation colleges Trinity and St George using the BigAir AP equipment. As delegates you will need to provide your own data cable to connect to the University accommodation network ports.
  • If you experience any issues with the conference network, or need to contact the network team, you can email the networks team at 'network@lists.lca2014.linux.org.au' or tweet us at '@LCAnetworks'. If you can give us any extra details, including some local machine log, traffic info, room numbers, along with a contact number, that'd be great!
  • It's worthwhile implementing the great fix Andrew Pam pointed out last year if you're the victim of a rogue DHCP server, by adding a reject rule to /etc/dhcp/dhclient.conf (or equivalent);
# cat /etc/dhcp/dhclient.conf

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#see http://lists.lca2013.linux.org.au/pipermail/chat_lists.lca2013.linux.org.au/2013-January/000428.html
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reject 192.168.0.0/16;
reject 172.16.0.0/16;
reject 10.0.0.0/8;