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Overview or Tutorial on iptables and applications like uif that make iptables management easier. (http://freshmeat.net/projects/uif/)
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howto on expect (http://expect.nist.gov/)
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application to ease the installation of a new operating system on a blades
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application to ease the creation and installation of a new guest operating system

Revision as of 17:01, 11 December 2007

Current Projects

Animal, Blade Center, and Righteous Management

Lead: Zach Shepherd

Other Members: Matt McCarrell

Cluster

Lead: Professor Hesse

Other Members:Ryan Lewis, Zach Shepherd, Jeff Ward, Jeremy Bongio

Docs Server

Lead: Zach Shepherd

Other Members: Ryan Lewis

Fedora Build

Lead: Ryan Lewis

Other Members: none

Honeypot Project

Lead: Jim Owens

Other Members: Keegan Lowenstein, Jeremy Bongio, Jeff Wincek, Matt Howansky, Jeff Ward

LDAP Server Creation

Lead: Zach Shepherd

Other Members: Jim Owens, Matt McCarrell

Mirror

Lead: Chris Peterman

Other Members: Zach Shepherd

Nagios Server

Lead: Matt McCarrell

Other Members: none

OpenDisk Development

Members: Zach Shepherd

Rapid Recovery Project

Lead: Todd Deshane

Other Members: none

Time Server

Lead: Justin Bennett

Other Members: Jim Owens

TreeFS

Lead: Jason Herne

Other Members: Martin McDermott, Pat Kelly, Mark Bridgmen

Ubuntu Build

Lead: Jim Owens

Other Members: Todd Deshane

Web Server Administration

Lead: Ryan Lewis

Other Members: Max Edmands

Windows Build

Lead: Matt McCarrell

Other Members: none

Wordpress Development

Lead: Max Edmands

Other Members: none (possibly Zach Shepherd)

Past Projects

Generic Database Explorer

Open Network Registrar

OpenWrt

Proposed Projects

Overview or Tutorial on iptables and applications like uif that make iptables management easier. (http://freshmeat.net/projects/uif/) howto on expect (http://expect.nist.gov/) application to ease the installation of a new operating system on a blades application to ease the creation and installation of a new guest operating system