- C++ Workshops now underway
NYLXS C++ Workshops, focusing on Templates currently
Where - 1163 East 15th Street, Brooklyn, NY
take the Q train to Avenue J
Tuesday and Sunday Nights, 7PM - 11PM
- Perl I Class
I'm announcing the new Perl I class for June. The class will be 6 weeks
and we need to get 5 people to sign up for the program which will be
taught in Brooklyn unless a better venue makes itself available.
Class cost is $600.
It will be twice a week Monday and Thursday Nights beginning the second
week of June
Perl_1: Introduction to Programming with Perl
at: NYLXS Education Center
1163 East 15th Street
Q Express to Avenue J
Limited to 20. Our Introduction to Programming with Perl class is
designed to teach proper, real-world programming techniques using Perl.
Introducing the core concepts of the language, this class will take you
through Perl's underlying structure, and help you see the internal logic
of the language. You will learn to write your own programs, and be
exposed to working with real programming situations in collaborative
- * Operators
- * Variables
- * Functions
- * Control Structures
- * Regular Expressions
- * Pattern Matching
- * Scope
- * Use of Subroutines
- * Object Oriented Programming
- Planning Meeting an C++ Workshop
The Next NYLXS Meeting is at a new Location:
Who: NYLXS Planning Meeting
What: PLanning Events and Some C++ Talk
New York, NY 10006
That is near Trinity Church
Wall Street and Broadway
Where: January 11th, 2010
- Tech Night
Time Sunday, 2/21/2010
6:00PM til Midnight
Place: 1163 East 15th Street
Brooklyn, NY 11230
Topic: Hacking: C++ Workshop, Ice Cast, posible PHP
- NYLXS Video Show
NYLXS Video Proposal
Every Month NYLXS will make a video journal interviewing and showing successful Free Software projects, with concentrations in commercial applications, educational programs, political events surrounding Free Software and the Arts, within the New York Metropolitan area, and to air the 1 hour video on the NYLXS wesite. Like all NYLXS events, this will be a non-profit enterprise run by NYLXS volunteers.
NYLXS members can earn volunteer hours for the following assignments attached to the video program:
Executive Producer: Find interesting Free Software projects and arrange for interviews, assigning team membership to assignments according to schedule.
Producer: Assists Executive Producer in show discovery and help omnibus problem to assure regular schedule productions.
Director: Overviews interviews, and realtime production recording. Work with editors to create a finished video product.
Writer: Writes the outline of the interview and creates the introduction and epilogue of shows
Editor: Edits the finished video, using free software tools, to create the finished video under the direction of the director.
Hosts: Two on air hosts who will conduct the interviews
Possible targets for shows:
Free Software projects in New York:
Mozilla, Debian, Gnome, Museums (the Planetarium at AMNH), schools that use free software, The Software Freedom Center (Columbia University)
Commercial implementations in NY and NJ:
Google, Banks, About.com, small enterprises (free PR), Steiner Movie Studio's in Downtown Brooklyn.
Political Interests -
FSF, Software Freedom Day, Court Cases on copyright, the legal definition of copyright
Volunteers are needed to fill out all of these slots and to join the team.
NYLXS – We are Do'ers...
We will be doing Introduction to C Programming using the book
C Programming: A Modren Approach
We'll be developing C programming notes on line as we go. This book is fairly intensive
Also we will do Perl Porgramming
using the Perl Programming Notes of NYLXS on
I'll be reediting these notes as we go, but they are fairly complete as they are
Finally, we will be learning C++ with the text
Stanley Lippman and Josee Lajoie - I have the 3rd addition
I took C++ at NYU but frankly have not nearly enough background, so I'll be making notes
and learning along with everyone else.
Anyone who wants to join is welcome to. NYLXS Accounts are available on the server for a
NYLXS membership fee of $45 (and then you need to do volunteer hours to become a voting
member). We will also use the NYLXS irc channel to meet on line weekly as announced
The irc channel is on freenode #nylxs
The mailing list itself is published on the NYLXS site. Hope you join us!
NYLXS Agenda Spring 2008
This month NYLXS is going to implement several programs and workshops
which will be hopefully of interest and use to membership and the general
After the last meeting March 4th, 2008 it was determined the following
programs are to be put in place. This email is a general notification
to the public and a call for participation. Programs are developed with
NYLXS funding and due.
Workshop Programs and proposed start up dates and locations:
GTK and C programming Workshop: BiWeekly evening Meetings
C programming, game programming with Xgalaga Arcade Game: Weekly Weekdays
This old time game has GPLed Source code that demonstrates some
of the less commonly used graphic and sound libraries available
for GNU Programming and teaches basic game theory
Network security and Hacking Workshop: Evening Weekend Weekly Program to
explore methods of hacking into programs and networking with emphasis on
learning how such malware exploits are created and how one can
protect against such exploits. The first sessions will focus
on PHP exploits using Data Injection techniques as outlined in
'Hackin9 Magazine' January 2008
Practice Networking Workshop and LDAP Services: Evening Weekly: Lead
by our resident expert, Robert Marino, LDAP, and SASL will be explained
and configured in this workshop.
ASUS EEE PC Workshop and Users Group: Catch the latest wave which is sweeping
the computing world and putting GNU in the hands of everyday users.
Project Leaders are being solicited and are welcome. Although we have
leadership in place for these workshops, the burden of the NYLXS board
and leadership is considerable and has put a joyful strain on resources.
Anyone interested in helping to lead any of these events are welcome.
General Educational and Charitable Workshops with proposed time lines
of endpoints and goals:
The East Flatbush Children's Education Center: Help bridge the digital
divide Internet Radio Show: Opening the World of Digital Rights Politics,
General Computing and Free Software World
Video Lecture Series: Video Files to be loaded on Archive.org and YouTube
Community is Strength Programming: Job Search Workshop: Resume Workshops,
Interviewing Techniques and Job Hunting Help for the GNU Programmer,
GNU/Business: Help learn to create the business proposals and marketing
techniques to put you and your business on the map.
Web Space and Development Classes: Join NYLXS and become eligible for
Free Web space and Development Tools
Kids and Linux - 'Nuff Said
Gaming with GNU and Crossfire – Play and compete in this great Free
Software Networked Role Playing extravaganza. Learn to script Crossfire
Robots and defeat
- GNU/Linux Demo is
Sat Oct 27th 2007
Time: 3 PM to 4:00PM.
Place: Hon Marcus Garvery Holistic Center
5105 Church Avenue Brooklyn.
This is just the Demo an installfest will be held later.
- The 2007/8 Freedom-IT North American Free Software Conference
What: February 2008 serious Free Software Experts will converge
on Lake Placid New York for the 3rd Annual Lake Placid Freedom-IT
North American Free Software Conference. This Years topic is Free Software
Multimedia - the Rebel Alliance Strikes Back!
NYLXS Inservice Presentation
What: David Sugar: How to build a Phone Company with Free Software
and Joining the Bayonne Telephony revolution
David will be speaking about the mystery that is the
local Phone System and how the infrastructure works.
In the discussion will include where Free Software
and be used to connect to the system and how one
can become a Phone Company in your own home
Finally, David will be discussing the exciting
developments of his tool of choice to do such deeds,
his Bayonne Telephoney software and its future map
and plans to develope a larger development team to
reach new planned services for Bayonne
Join NYLXS for Wine and Cheese, and a great conversation with one
of Free Softwares true pioneering geniuses: David Sugar
When: June 6th, 2007 7:00PM - 10:00PM
Where: First Unitarian Congregational Soceity in Brooklyn
50 Monroe Place,
Brooklyn, NY 11201
meeting in the Undercroft.
- The Free Software Chamber of Commerce is starting up again
Need to generate more sales contacts or to find a 9-5 for your Free Software
business and skills? Join the Free Software Chamber of Commerce. Email email@example.com
and find save a seat at the next meeting.
- Freeom-IT and Lake Placid
NYLXS is ready to launch its second Freedom-IT conference in Lake Placid
- We need Computers for a Brooklyn Based Students Lab. Donate Old Equiptment
- Volunteer for the Ubucon Installfest
on Friday Febuary 16th at Google. Registration is needed.
- Freedom-IT Lake Placid Conference 2007 - Organization - Target Febuary 24th and 25th
- The New Free Software Junior Acheivers Program! - Crossfire Scripting Session Coming Soon
- Slackware and opensuse CD iso's are on line.
- Server Upgrade coming Soon
- Personel Webspace available for members
- Programming GIMP with LISP Inservice Lecture coming in March
Sunday May 20th, 2006
1163 East 15th Street
BarbQ Cookout will be available
Local Network Available and lots of help. We have a commitmment of 7 helpers so
NYLXS installfests tend to be great fun with friends, food and Free Software!
Freedom-IT Meeting in Lake Placid February 24th and 25th being planned now
NYLXS is taking its yearly confernce and vacation break this month. If interested
in hooking up
email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Free Software and Skiing in the most beautiful of
+places on earth
a few hours from the City!
Join with other Free Software people in order to expand your contracts
and increase your options without being in danger of over promising or
losing your business contact to a another vendor.
Bring in the bigger fish by bringing a better guarantee to your clients.
The Politics of Free Software Video by Ruben Safir at Princetown, NJ
Free Software Media Player - as it could be with BUILT IN BIT TORRENT
The Holiday Gift for the Free Software Family! Only $499.00 - Serious stuff
The NYLXS Quarterly Journal committee will be meeting on Monday, March
20th at 7PM at the Killarny Rose, 80 Beaver Street, Manhattan Island.
Article Submissions and ideas will be taken on any and all topics
relating to Free Software.
Articles which are under way thus far include
GPL3 - The controversy, and problems as seen from the perspective of the
GAS - Assembler Unix Style
GNU/Linux Labs in the High School Setting at Concord HS: what do
students do with 60 GNU systems?
Healthcare Software and World Vista - the new horizon for Free Software
Writers, and editors are welcome!
Committee Chaired By Michael Richardson
As always, Beer and food will be flowing
The Killarny Rose is at 80 Beaver Street
the 2,3 IRT subway to Wall Street (as well as many other lines).
NYFAIRUSE is holding a meeting Monday Night, Febrary 17th, at the Killarny Rose to discuss
Free Software in Government and the problems with Microsoft atre the egov-os conference in Washington. Also discussed
will be the related effort to bring up the heat for Free Software in New York City Government
The Free Software Chamber of Commerce - New Yorks first Free Software Business Network, opens for Business!
First Draft of the September Journal
We are the Stake Holder - Rebutal
of the P2P is theft gibberish.
Also in Post Script
Corperate Support of the Free Software Linux Based and BSD Based GNU Desktops Is beginning right here RIGHT NOW.
See our New Open Office Class Schedule for this Month!
New York GNU Linux Scene is an organization
dedicated to providing resources to the New York Linux Community. It's about
developing open source leadership. Bound to no
specific local NYC or NY Metro Area organization, it's members support the NY Linux and Free
Software Scene with manpower, technology, money and time. It's goal is to enable
NYC Area Linux users, Free Software users, and the NY population in general through their
lugs, schools, businesses, and government agencies.
NYLXS helps with installfeasts, lectures, tutorials, mailing lists, scheduling
of events, political lobbying, educational support to public schools and
libraries, training, publicity, and more.
Our membership is doers, not watchers. If you are a doer, then join us, and
make a difference for the future.
See our Mission Statement
Our New Rapid Demonstration Project
is underway to help local businesses and consultants show off the power of GNU/Linux quickly
and effectively. Join us on this today!
NYLXS Helps Brooklyn Borough Hall achive
it's computing needs through Free Software and GNU Linux