7pm, Wednesday, 8 March 2023
Topic 1/2: Facial recognition for GNU/Linux with Howdy
Speaker: Richard O’Donoghue
One of the login methods provided by Microsoft Windows’ software Hello is facial recognition: logging in to your computer by having your face recognised by camera. Richard O’Donoghue will show how this same functionality can be arranged on GNU/Linux, using Howdy. He writes:
If you’re lazy like me and used to using Windows Hello face recognition and would like similar functionality under linux, this project hits the nail on the head.
Topic 2/2: Roaming SSH with local echo using Mosh
Speaker: Tom Ryder
Mosh: the mobile shell is a terminal application that allows an SSH-style remote terminal while supporting roaming between connections without losing state, and showing instant feedback from pressing keys on high-latency connections: a kind of intelligent local echo. Tom will demonstrate how this works, and why he found it so useful while working on his servers from the other side of the planet.
$2 gold coin donation
Coffee and biscuits will be provided, but please feel free to bring along your own snacks and drinks.
- 7:00pm: Welcome (Nick Skarott)
- 7:10pm: Topic 1/2: Facial recognition for GNU/Linux with Howdy (Richard O’Donoghue)
- 7:55pm: Supper Break
- 8:05pm: General business (Nick Skarott)
- 8:10pm: Topic 2/2: Roaming SSH with local echo using Mosh (Tom Ryder)
- 9:00pm: Doors close
2 thoughts on “March: Howdy and Mosh”
Great meeting tonight, thanks folks. My slides for “Mosh: the Mobile Shell” are here: <https://www.plug.org.nz/wp-content/uploads/2023/03/mosh-the-mobile-shell.pdf> (application/pdf, 428 KiB)
Richard O’Donoghue’s slides for “Howdy” are here: <https://www.plug.org.nz/wp-content/uploads/2023/03/PLUG_-_Howdy.pdf> (application/pdf, 57 KiB)