Mozilla Zimbabwe L10n Meetup 30/01/14
Short and sweet:
-meet in person
-create assets such as termbases, glossaries etc
-tweet the event
-move the translation progress up to 12%
Successful meetup. All goals except final one realised. Project progress is at 11%
Long and Delicious:
What actually happened:
The last community meet-up was a success, attendance was higher than expected and everyone was excited to join Mozilla and start contributing.
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Everyone has a wifi network these days and this is good, as wifi networks make it easy to connect all our devices to the net wherever they may be. This of course leads to a question. How secure is your network? Most people seem to think that a passkey/password is enough to keep your network from intruders. I’d like to show you why you need more than a password to keep your network safe.
Please note, I’m not an expert Network Administrator or certified Cisco Engineer (heck, I don’t even know how to make a network cable(that’s not really true, but point is I just know some stuff about networks, but not enough to be called an expert ok?))
That said, I’d like to share with you some tips on how NOT to protect you wifi network. This could also be read as how to infiltrate a weakly secured wifi connection. The side of the river you choose to stand on is totally up to you.
Ok, so let’s get into it shall we?