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AFS & Kerberos
Best Practices Workshop 2005

In conjuntion with Carnegie Mellon University

An Introduction to AFS and it's Best Practices

June 20, 2005 in Rangos 3, on the 2nd floor of the University Center from 9am to 5 pm.

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Now that AFS has become available through an open source license, it is available to sites and IT groups of all sizes. Although the use of AFS is simple, setting up your own AFS servers can be a rather daunting task.

Our goal is to give you the knowledge and tools you need to be able to get going with your own AFS cell, or to improve upon the cell you've already started working with. We will provide as many examples as possible, but this is NOT a hands on class.

Topics include:

The day will be 4 90 minute sessions with breaks in the morning and afternoon, plus a mid-day break for lunch [which will be provided].

Attendance is limited to 60 people.
Current Attendees are:

  1. Thomas Kula
  2. Bram Vogelaar
  3. Hugo Meiland
  4. Rodney Dyer
  5. Terry McCoy
  6. Michele Decker
  7. Eldon Norton
  8. Ray Pasetes
  9. Giovanni Bracco
  10. Pietro D'Angelo
  11. Cesar Garcia
  12. Kurt Seiffert
  13. Francesco Taurino
  14. Joseph Vilas
  15. Steve Shipway
  16. Matt Cocker
  17. Eric Chung
  18. Ted Creedon
  19. Meei-You Lee
  20. Eriko Nurvitadhi
  21. Brian Davidson
  22. Rich Sudlow
  23. Celeste Copeland
  24. Enrico Fasanelli
  25. Kris Webb
  26. Prasad Dharmasena
  27. Alexander Latimer
  28. Glenn Wolosh
  29. Kim Kimball
  30. Bethlynn Eicher
  31. Paul Mazaitis
  32. Robert O'Meara
  33. Robert McDivett
  34. Jonathan Billings
  35. Eizan Miyamoto
  36. Longjiang Yang
  37. D'arcy MacIsaac
  38. Tom Link
  39. Charles Huppmann
  40. Derek Morr
  41. Haichuan Yang
  42. Jeff D'Angelo
  43. Stephen Hathorne
  44. Joshua Stonemark
  45. Duncan Hutty
  46. Jim McKinney