[Linux-aus] TED conference connect app

Matthew Cengia mattcen at gmail.com
Sun May 24 20:37:45 AEST 2015

I've not read the article in great detail, but
many of us have lcabythebay NFC cards, which are trivially reprogrammed with an URL, GPG key ID,  etc. All it would take is for somebody to write a wiki page that recommends software to reprogram with, and proposes a standard format. Perhaps everyone could program a link to their LCA user page. Keep it simple, put the onus on the individual, put the NFC tag in your conference badge pouch.

On 24 May 2015 6:52:36 pm AEST, David Bell <dtbell91 at gmail.com> wrote:
>Speaking for 2016, I second Chris' sentiments.
>LCA is run entirely by volunteers with limited resources (both monetary
>time based). If someone in the wider community wants to make things
>come and talk to us.
>On 24/05/2015 6:13 pm, "Christopher Neugebauer" <chrisjrn at gmail.com>
>> On 24 May 2015 at 14:44, Ian <ilox11 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> >
>> > I just think that if LCA wants to keep up with the claims about a
>> > technical conference then it is time it got out of the '80s way of
>> > conferences and actually demonstrate some of that techiness that it
>> claims
>> > ;)
>> >
>> > What it comes down to Russell, any conference can do Blue Hawaiian
>> > but a real Geek Conference should be known for being able to do
>> things
>> > like RFID/Bluetooth/QR codes etc LOL
>> >
>> Of course, LCA is all about motivated volunteers. If someone's
>> interested in *making this stuff happen*, there's two years [0] worth
>> of LCA chairs who are ready to listen to you and possibly get stuff
>> happen. LCA's already a pretty big operation, and things don't happen
>> without passionate people stepping up to make them happen.
>> --Chris
>> [0] though of course, I only speak for 2017.
>> --
>> --Christopher Neugebauer
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